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BlackCat malware lashes out at US defense IT contractor In Brief Also, Amazon's Ring footage TV shows draws criticism, US v Soviet spying docs found, and more Security02 Oct 2022 | 6
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Gone in a day: Ethical hackers say it would take mere hours to empty your network 300 red teamers walk into a bar… CSO01 Oct 2022 | 10
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Google delays execution of doomed Chrome extensions Busineses get a little longer with Manifest v2, everyone else... it depends Applications30 Sep 2022 | 10
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Google Cloud is super keen to keep certain customers on pricey Intel VMs Unless your app really needs AVX 512, AMD and Ampere's cores may be a cheaper, better bet PaaS + IaaS30 Sep 2022 | 3
Apropos of nothing, US intel wants to improve low-dose radiation detection IARPA unleashes TEI-REX to better track nuclear sources Science30 Sep 2022 | 6
China spins up giant battery built with US-patented tech World's largest VRFB was built with inadvertent help from the Department of Energy Science30 Sep 2022 | 46
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Atos rejects bid from rival for digital, big data, security units Despite having €4.2b reasons from Onepoint to ditch Evidian strategy and sell up On-Prem30 Sep 2022 | 1
Chipmakers cut output, investment – but government bucks never go out of style Wafer starts cut back as slump in demand hurts bottom lines... especially Micron's Systems30 Sep 2022 | 8
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Astroboffins present fresh evidence of moving liquid water on Mars Pack your bags, we're off to huddle on some alien ice caps. It beats Earth Science30 Sep 2022 | 30
Microsoft warns of North Korean crew posing as LinkedIn recruiters State-sponsored ZINC allegedly passes on malware-laden open source apps Research30 Sep 2022 | 10
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Stop us if you've heard this one before: Exchange Server zero-days actively exploited Updated Remember this next time Microsoft talks about how seriously it takes security Security30 Sep 2022 | 15
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How CIA betrayed informants with shoddy front websites built for covert comms Top tip, don't give your secret login box the HTML form type 'password' Research29 Sep 2022 | 36
Pentagon is far too tight with its security bug bounties But overpriced, useless fighter jets? That's something we can get behind Research29 Sep 2022 | 14
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Google kills off Stadia We gave the cloud gaming service two years to live. It managed three Personal Tech29 Sep 2022 | 61
Wind, solar fulfill 10% of global electricity demand for first time Curb your enthusiasm – coal-fired power went up too Science29 Sep 2022 | 53
Google challenges US ISPs with 100Gbps fiber broadband An internet advertiser as your service provider – what could go wrong? Networks29 Sep 2022 | 17
IBM's 'bare metal' LinuxONE push: Did somebody say OpenShift? Plus RHEL has fresh release goodies out too Off-Prem29 Sep 2022 | 3
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Covert malware targets VMware shops for hypervisor-level espionage Mandiant tracks back operators, finds ties to China CSO29 Sep 2022 | 3
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Europe just might make it easier for people to sue for damage caused by AI tech Imagine the lawyer infomercials – Did a computer hurt you? Call (30) 555 1234... AI + ML29 Sep 2022 | 17
UK, US slip down World Digital Competitiveness Ranking Denmark takes top spot, Croatia improves fastest, Hong Kong flops Software29 Sep 2022 | 12
This rope-laying, ever-growing robot may one day explore your blood vessels Video You wouldn't make this the butt of any jokes, right? Science29 Sep 2022 | 11
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Indian authorities probe Singapore gaming payments outfit Coda Claims kids unwittingly click up huge bills in games, only for their cash to fly offshore Legal29 Sep 2022 | 2
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05/10/2022 02:12:26
Betsy DeVos supports Michigan school choice ballot drive
Minneapolis officer serving warrant kills man in apartment
Mississippi governor signs law allowing medical marijuana
Travel groups want to scrap testing requirement to enter US
One of Bay Area's last roller skating rinks set to close
UC Berkeley is the first public university to top Forbes best
A llama named Chubby is the unexpected star of the SF Bay Area's
What Bay Area retail workers want you to know about holiday
49ers' Kyle Shanahan says he doesn't regret most controversial
Former 49ers quarterback Jeff Garcia concludes Jimmy Garoppolo
49ers' Jimmy Garoppolo opens up about this season's injuries
San Francisco's latest public art project on Market Street is a
NBC Bay Area news anchor Raj Mathai doesn't keep his many Emmys
Frank Somerville speaks out for the first time since arrest for
'It's not fair': Bay Area city's downtown vandalism assessed at
Bay Area celebrity chef Tanya Holland leaves her last remaining
Bay Area restaurant Burma Superstar is rationing its famous tea
Family-owned Sai’s Vietnamese Restaurant ordered to vacate after
‘Nobody can survive:’ Some Ritz-Carlton Tahoe employees haven’t
I put myself at the mercy of Disneyland’s planning algorithm,
Why people are obsessed with this little-known hot springs resort
San Francisco Victorian that survived 1906 quake asks $4.6M
1-bedroom Edwardian built after the 1906 earthquake: Guess the
For the first time in half a century, preserved Berkeley Hills
'Queen of Italian cinema' Monica Vitti dies at age 90
Japan's nationalist firebrand Shintaro Ishihara dies at 89
Baldwin, Moore request probe of Palestinian-American's death
Esteban Torres, congressman who pushed Latino rights, dies