Jeff Bezos & Co. have finally settled on two sites for new campuses.
Some advice for you on Black Friday: Don’t drink and buy.
Scumbag who phoned in a Call of Duty 'swatting' that ended in death pleads guilty to dozens of criminal charges
Another pair awaiting trial over slaying of Andrew Finch
One of three people charged over the December 2017 “swatting” death of 28-year-old Andrew Finch in the US has pleaded guilty.…
This time the lucky platform is Hulu, and the series is Martin's Wild Cards.
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says his company isn't changing anything in terms of its relationship with Saudi Arabia until more is known about the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Back at the start of the year, a set of attacks that leveraged the speculative execution capabilities of modern high-performance processors was revealed. The attacks were named Meltdown and Spectre. Since then, numerous variants of these attacks have been devised. In tandem, a range of mitigation techniques has been created to enable at-risk software, operating systems, and hypervisor platforms to protect against these attacks.
A research team—including many of the original researchers behind Meltdown, Spectre, and the related Foreshadow and BranchScope attacks—has published a new paper disclosing yet more attacks in the Spectre and Meltdown families. The result? Seven new possible attacks. Some are mitigated by known mitigation techniques, but others are not. That means further work is required to safeguard vulnerable systems.
The previous investigations into these attacks have been a little ad hoc in nature: examining particular features of interest to provide, for example, a Spectre attack that can be performed remotely over a network or Meltdown-esque attack to break into SGX enclaves. The new research is more systematic, looking at the underlying mechanisms behind both Meltdown and Spectre and running through all the different ways the speculative execution can be misdirected.
Allyn Pierce turned back to help patients in need at his hospital in Paradise, only to have his beloved Tundra melted by the blaze.
OK Google, what is African ISP Main One, and how did it manage to route your traffic into China through Russia?
Sub cable biz raises hand, 'fesses up to causing BGP hijack drama
Monday's prolonged Google cloud and websites outage was triggered by a botched network update by a West Africa telco, it is claimed.…
The moves come as the FDA has been cracking down on e-cigarette makers over concerns about underage users.
Federal prosecutors in Kansas announced Tuesday that a 26-year-old Californian has admitted that he caused a Wichita man to be killed at the hands of local police during a swatting attack late last year.
Swatting is a way to harass or threaten someone by calling in a false threat to law enforcement, and, when successful, it usually results in a police SWAT team showing up needlessly at its victim's house.
According to the United States Attorney's Office for the District of Kansas, Tyler Barriss pleaded guilty to making a false report resulting in a death, cyberstalking, and conspiracy. He also admitted that he was part of "dozens of similar crimes in which no one was injured."
Infowars online store hit by brief Magecart incident that lasted around 24 hours. Less than 1,600 users may have been affected.
Pedro Pascal is in talks to join The Mandalorian.
Artificial intelligence creates a computer generated video which manipulates the newsreader’s mouth.
Why face-mapping technology designed to improve TV dubbing is raising fears about fake news.
It's November 2018, and Microsoft's super-secure Edge browser can be pwned eight different ways by a web page
Look, we're tired of doing these headlines too, but there's patching to do
Microsoft and Adobe have delivered the November edition of Patch Tuesday with another sizable bundle of security fixes to install as soon as you're able to.…
We still have about a year until we see the real thing.
Whereas the DBX Concept was just a lifted Aston, this is a proper SUV.
It also plans to build out eight other fast chargers in the near future.
Xilinx Alveo cards added to platform list
Liqid has added FPGAs to the list of compute resources its customers can use to compose workload-specific computing systems.…