Broadband-throttling bug finally gets a write-up and CVE
More than 18 months after the design blunder was first brought to light, Intel is still working to iron out the creases in its Puma high-speed broadband modem chipsets.…
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This guy is a total nutter for ripping around in traffic in this thing, but we're secretly jealous.
AI can help speed up diagnosis and seldom gets it wrong
AI can help ophthalmologists diagnose more than 50 common eye diseases from retinal scans, according to a paper published in Nature Medicine on Monday.…
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In the wake of the mass shooting in Las Vegas in October of 2017, hotels in the city started drafting more aggressive policies regarding security. Just as Caesars Entertainment was rolling out its new security policies, the company ran head on into DEF CON—an event with privacy tightly linked to its culture.
The resulting clash of worlds—especially at Caesars Palace, the hotel where much of DEF CON was held—left some attendees feeling violated, harassed, or abused, and that exploded onto Twitter this past weekend.
Caesars began rolling out a new security policy in February that mandated room searches when staff had not had access to rooms for over 24 hours. Caesars has been mostly tolerant of the idiosyncratic behavior of the DEF CON community, but it's not clear that the company prepared security staff for dealing with the sorts of things they would find in the rooms of DEF CON attendees. Soldering irons and other gear were seized, and some attendees reported being intimidated by security staff.
Vets will now be eligible for the carrier's Internet Essentials broadband program, which also serves poor school children and elderly Americans.
Bethesda may skip the PS4 for Elder Scrolls: Legends, because Sony won't play nice.
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Infowars, Alex Jones are testing the limits of free speech on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Apple - CNET
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