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Phishing is the top threat faced by organizations

Both users and their endpoint devices are the primary target for cyber criminals with phishing being the most prevalent threat according to a new report. The study from research and education specialist the SANS Institute finds security professionals rate phishing

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Best Windows 10 apps this week

Two-hundred-and-forty-three in a series. Welcome to this week’s overview of the best apps, games and extensions released for Windows 10 on the Windows Store in the past seven days. This week saw only a couple of new releases for Windows

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La Bohème tiny house squeezes a lot of home into a little space

As we’ve mentioned before, French laws require tiny houses to be very small and light compared to their counterparts over in North America. With this in mind, it’s all the more impressive that French firm Baluchon managed to squeeze so

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La Bohème tiny house squeezes a lot of home into a little space

As we’ve mentioned before, French laws require tiny houses to be very small and light compared to their counterparts over in North America. With this in mind, it’s all the more impressive that French firm Baluchon managed to squeeze so

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Toyota, Intel and others form big data group for automotive tech

 A collection of prominent names in the tech industry have teamed up with Toyota to work on developing big data systems to support self-driving cars and other future automotive advances. Denso, Ericsson, Intel and NTT Docomo joined hands with the

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Google adds phishing protection to Gmail for iOS

A few months ago, Google brought phishing protection to Gmail on Android. Now the company is doing the same for the iOS version of the app. The feature is rolling out over the next few weeks, and it offers a

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Australian semi-autonomous vehicle trials turn focus to the tarmac

Carmakers aren’t the only ones involved in preparing for the onset of self-driving technology. The groups responsible for maintaining roads – local governments and private road operators – all have a part to play in bringing autonomy to the masses

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Australian semi-autonomous vehicle trials turn focus to the tarmac

Carmakers aren’t the only ones involved in preparing for the onset of self-driving technology. The groups responsible for maintaining roads – local governments and private road operators – all have a part to play in bringing autonomy to the masses

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China’s top social networks face investigation for hosting porn and illicit content

 China continues to crack down on online media after the government announced that it is investigating three of the country’s most influential social networks for hosting illicit content. The Office for Cyberspace Administration is looking into content on chat app

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Microsoft announces a high-end edition of Windows 10 Pro

Two months ago, Microsoft accidentally pushed out a buggy Windows 10 build to Insiders that caused chaos but also revealed something interesting — the company’s plans for a new version of Windows 10 aimed specifically at power users. The leak

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Calling all aliens: What’s the best way to contact our galactic neighbors?

August 20, 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of the the first NASA Voyager mission, which is carrying a golden record filled with messages to potential civilizations beyond our solar system. This year is also the 20th anniversary

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Calling all aliens: What’s the best way to contact our galactic neighbors?

August 20, 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the launch of the the first NASA Voyager mission, which is carrying a golden record filled with messages to potential civilizations beyond our solar system. This year is also the 20th anniversary

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US Army creates powder that recharges equipment in the field

Today’s soldiers trekking around on missions need to carry pounds and pounds of electronic equipment with them, and then about that much again in batteries to power it all. The US Army has been trialing systems that harvest kinetic energy

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Crunch Report | Facebook Launches ‘Watch’ for Original Shows

Facebook launches Watch Tab, Coinbase raises a $100 million Series D, Consumer Reports pulls its Microsoft Surface recommendation and 500 Startups Australia falls apart. All this on Crunch Report Read More Go to Source

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WeWork acquires Israeli startup Unomy to boost its enterprise sales efforts

 Global coworking behemoth WeWork is best known for providing flexible office rentals to startups and other small businesses, but enterprise clients are becoming an increasingly large portion of its business. With that in mind, WeWork has acquired Israeli startup Unomy to help its

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NASA looks at reviving atomic rocket program

When the first manned mission to Mars sets out, it may be on the tail of an atomic rocket engine. The Space Race vintage technology could have a renaissance at NASA after the space agency’s Marshall Space Flight Center in

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Refurbishing servers: 5 great reasons why you need to consider it

If you work in IT solutions as a provider for managed services, cloud services, or internet services you are going to need servers that meet your needs in terms of both price and performance. So how can you keep your

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Microsoft and Panos Panay ‘stand behind Surface’

Earlier today, Consumer Reports caused a huge controversy by pulling its “recommended” status from all Microsoft Surface laptops and tablets. While I personally swear by the consumer-focused organization for its coverage of vehicles and appliances, I take its computer coverage

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Tiny ultrasound-triggered sacs designed to relieve pain

Opioids may be an effective means of post-operative pain relief, but they’re also potentially addictive. With this drawback in mind, scientists at Boston Children’s Hospital have developed a new pain management system that incorporates ultrasound and liposomes (microscopic man-made sacs)

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Tiny ultrasound-triggered sacs designed to relieve pain

Opioids may be an effective means of post-operative pain relief, but they’re also potentially addictive. With this drawback in mind, scientists at Boston Children’s Hospital have developed a new pain management system that incorporates ultrasound and liposomes (microscopic man-made sacs)

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