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DON'T PANIC! American Net neutrality won't be ending today after all

The Register - April 23, 2018 - 10:42pm
You'll have to wait until, well, next month, for the end of the internet as we know it

Today, Monday April 23, 2018 is 60 days since the FCC's net neutrality repeal rules were published in the Federal Register and so it is the END OF THE INTERNET FOREVER!…

Nintendo Switch users about to get pwned after unpatchable flaw found in NVIDIA Tegra chips

The Register - April 23, 2018 - 10:17pm
Researcher reveals demo attack code, full release in June

Security researcher Kate Temkin has released proof-of-concept code to launch an exploit chain called Fusée Gelée, which relies on an as-yet-undisclosed vulnerability in past versions of Nvidia's Tegra system-on-a-chip.…

Amazon, Netflix, Hollywood sue $20-a-month Set TV streaming service - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 10:17pm
Amazon, Netflix, and plenty more claim to have proof the $20-a-month Set TV was too good to be legal.

Westworld's reality is slipping this season - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 10:15pm
The uprising has become a rebellion and that's not all that's changed in season 2 of Westworld. Spoilers for episode one ahead!

UK consumer advocate sues Facebook for defamation over scam ads - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 10:11pm
Martin Lewis wants to make sure consumers know he never endorses any products. Scammers are making that hard by posting ads featuring him on social media.

Infiniti to build EV platform with influence from Q Inspiration concept - Roadshow - News - April 23, 2018 - 10:08pm
If there's any concept worth using as inspiration for anything, it's this one.

Fly halfway around the world on Airbus' newest A350 - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 10:05pm
Completing its first flight today, the Airbus A350 Ultra Long Range can fly 20 hours nonstop, enough to connect Singapore and New York on one load of fuel.

Game of Thrones meets Rick and Morty in Pickle Rick commentary - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 10:04pm
Fans of the quirky Adult Swim comedy will relish the chance to hear Peter Dinklage and the Thrones showrunners chat about the episode.

Here's how Facebook defines terrorism -- and how it's responding - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:59pm
The social network says it removed 1.9 million pieces of ISIS and al-Qaeda related content.

Behind the scenes at Alexa's laboratory - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:55pm
The Alexa Voice Service team at Amazon's Lab126 is busy getting the next generation of Alexa gadgets ready for the real world. The wide majority of them won't be made by Amazon.

The “unpatchable” exploit that makes every current Nintendo Switch hackable

Ars Technica - April 23, 2018 - 9:51pm

Enlarge / The "proof of concept" payload for today's exploit shows crucial protected information from the now-exposed Nintendo Switch bootROM. (credit: Kate Temkin / ReSwitched)

A newly published "exploit chain" for Nvidia Tegra X1-based systems seems to describe an apparently unpatchable method for running arbitrary code on all currently available Nintendo Switch consoles. Hardware hacker Katherine Temkin and the hacking team at ReSwitched released an extensive outline of what they're calling the Fusée Gelée coldboot vulnerability earlier today, alongside a proof-of-concept payload that can be used on the Switch.

"Fusée Gelée isn't a perfect, 'holy grail' exploit—though in some cases it can be pretty damned close," Temkin writes in an accompanying FAQ.

The exploit, as outlined, makes use of a vulnerability inherent in the Tegra X1's USB recovery mode, circumventing the lock-out operations that would usually protect the chip's crucial bootROM. By sending a bad "length" argument to an improperly coded USB control procedure at the right point, the user can force the system to "request up to 65,535 bytes per control request." That data easily overflows a crucial direct memory access (DMA) buffer in the bootROM, in turn allowing data to be copied into the protected application stack and giving the attacker the ability to run arbitrary code.

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Soldier gets world's first penis-and-scrotum transplant - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:49pm
A wounded US combat veteran is the recipient of a total penis and scrotum transplant performed by Johns Hopkins doctors during a complex 14-hour surgery.

Alphabet beats estimates with Nest in Google fold - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:46pm
The smart home device company re-joined Google in February. Now we're trying to figure out how much Nest contributed to Google's sales success.

Astroboffins find the stink of eggy farts wafting from Uranus

The Register - April 23, 2018 - 9:45pm
Hold your nose, it smells exactly like what you think it does

Scientists have solved a pressing mystery about our Solar System. Does Uranus smell like farts? Yes, yes it does.…

Westworld season 2 premiere confirmed some major fan theories - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:44pm
Thankfully, season 2 of the HBO show gave fans some answers right away. Spoilers, spoilers everywhere.

Huawei P20 Pro review - CNET - Reviews - April 23, 2018 - 9:36pm
Those cameras aren't a gimmick: This phone takes superb shots in low light.

Michigan, United Kingdom team up to address autonomy - Roadshow - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:33pm
The partnership will focus on fleshing out rules and ideas and shouldn't bump up against any federal regulations.

Sony signs NBA star Steph Curry for TV, film, games and VR - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:25pm
The basketball star may soon become an even bigger celebrity.

Rube Goldberg machine champs pour cereal with clock, guitar - CNET - News - April 23, 2018 - 9:07pm
Rube Goldberg's world of whimsical mechanical inventions lives on as teams of students figure out the wildest ways to prepare a simple breakfast.

It's not you, it's Big G: Sneaky spammers slip strangers spoofed spam via Gmail sent boxes

The Register - April 23, 2018 - 9:04pm
Not a bug, we're told: It's a feature. Really

Updated Google has confirmed spammers can not only send out spoofed emails that appear to have been sent by Gmail users, but said messages also appear in those users' sent mail folders.…

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