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Psychedelic toasters fool image recognition tech

BBC Technology News - January 3, 2018 - 1:52pm
Colourful patterns can fool image recognition software, a team of Google researchers suggests.

A practical guide to microchip implants

Ars Technica - January 3, 2018 - 1:30pm

Enlarge / Behold, a microchip implant with its delivery device. (credit:

When Wisconsin-based tech company Three Square Market offered to pay for its employees to be voluntarily microchipped last summer, the Internet was aghast. But just days before the so-called “chip party” at the 3SM company headquarters, people at the DEFCON hacking conference were eagerly lining up and paying to get microchip implants injected into the subdermal fascia between their thumbs and forefingers.

This juxtaposition begs the question: are these chip implants a step toward an invasive dystopian future where employers track their subjects’ every movement? Or are they simply an easy way to log in to accounts and open doors with the flick of a wrist? With a small but growing number of chipped individuals (between 50,000 and 100,000 according to estimates from biohacking company Dangerous Things) taking the plunge, society may soon find out.

What we’re talking about when we talk about microchips

Microchip implants are generally shaped like cylinders. They contain a small microchip, a bio-safe epoxy resin, and a copper antenna wire coil encased in lead-free borosilicate glass or soda-lime Schott 8625 biocompatible glass. Microchips used for both animals and humans are field powered and have no battery or power source. Therefore, they are inert until they come within the field produced by a reader device, which implants communicate with over a magnetic field.

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Who's king of the hyperconverged castle? Dell or Nutanix? It's not as clear-cut as it seems

The Register - January 3, 2018 - 1:19pm
Three letters: O E M

Analysis When IDC published its third 2017 quarter converged and hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) numbers, Dell was in the lead.…

You Wreck Me, Spotify: Tom Petty, Neil Young publisher launches $1.6bn copyright sueball

The Register - January 3, 2018 - 12:40pm
Wixen won't back down, claims Spotify failed to get a licence for 10,000-plus tunes

Spotify has been accused of rockin' a little too freely by a Californian music company that claims the streaming biz failed to gain proper licences for its artists' songs.…

Security catch-up: Nigerian prince email ring cops collar ... Louisiana OAP?

The Register - January 3, 2018 - 12:07pm
Plus McAfee Twitter hack & other stuff that happened while you were partying...

The festive period was accompanied by the usual security shenanigans including breaches, cybercrime busts and serious security bugs.…

Captain Morgan told off for Snapchat lens: That grog be aimed at kiddies

The Register - January 3, 2018 - 10:40am
Arrr! Booze brand in Davey Jones' locker with ads watcher

Rum peddler Captain Morgan has come under fire from the UK ads watchdog for using a Snapchat lens that could appeal to underage teenagers.…

Logan Paul: YouTuber apologises over Japan dead man video

BBC Technology News - January 3, 2018 - 10:23am
Six million people watched the film showing Logan Paul finding an apparent suicide victim in Japan.

Brazil says it has bagged Royal Navy flagship HMS <i>Ocean</i> for £84m

The Register - January 3, 2018 - 10:02am
Four years ago Brit taxpayers spent £65m doing her up

The flagship of the Royal Navy, HMS Ocean, has been sold to Brazil for £84m, the South American country’s government has confirmed.…

UK police turn to Amazon Echo in the fight against crime

ZDnet Blogs - January 3, 2018 - 9:07am
The force in Lancashire wants to use the smart speaker for law enforcement purposes.
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UK police turn to Amazon Echo in the fight against crime

ZDnet News - January 3, 2018 - 9:07am
The force in Lancashire wants to use the smart speaker for law enforcement purposes.

Nvidia: Using cheap GeForce, Titan GPUs in servers? Haha, nope!

The Register - January 3, 2018 - 4:39am
Nice try, but no, you're gonna have to cough up for these expensive data center chips

Nvidia has banned the use of its GeForce and Titan gaming graphics cards in data centers – forcing organizations to fork out for more expensive gear, like its latest Tesla V100 chips.…

macOS Exploit Published on the Last Day of 2017

Slashdot - January 3, 2018 - 3:45am
Categories: Geek, Opinion

TurboTax hilariously insists doing your taxes isn't scary - CNET - News - January 3, 2018 - 3:34am
Commentary: Intuit's online tax preparation software brand releases an amusing ad for all those who can't face the annual ritual.

Shopped in Forever 21? There was bank-card-slurping malware in it for, like, forever

The Register - January 3, 2018 - 2:25am
For seven months, fashion shop's POSes were real Ps of S

Clothing chain Forever 21 has admitted a malware infection on its cash registers swiped customer payment card details for most of last year.…

Five African tech trends

BBC Technology News - January 3, 2018 - 2:22am
Trends include delivery drones, pay-as-you-go off-grid power, and using blockchain to prevent land disputes.

China's WeChat Denies Storing User Chats

Slashdot - January 3, 2018 - 2:15am
Categories: Geek, Opinion

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