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Bootkit ransomware baddy hops down BadRabbit hole in Japan

Spirited away…

A new strain of ransomware is apparently being used for targeted attacks in Japan.…

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Source:: TheRegister

Are Facebook and Google too powerful? (The 3:59, Ep. 308) – CNET

Facebook, Google and Twitter are testifying before Congress on Tuesday. We break it down. Also, the latest in the Apple-Qualcomm legal fight. …read more

Source:: CNet

‘House of Cards’ spinoff in the works? – CNET

Netflix’s vanguard original series is set to end next year, but several spinoff possibilities are in early development, according to a report. …read more

Source:: CNet

Chevy C7 Corvette owners can download new suspension tune at dealers – Roadshow

Chevrolet Performance promises a better ride and quicker lap times at SEMA in Las Vegas. …read more

Source:: CNet

Advisory body to ‘reconsider’ ethics of hanging onto ‘mugshots’

UK DNA Database Ethics Group’s final annual report

The UK’s national biometrics ethics advisory body has promised to reconsider the government’s use of custody images.…

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Source:: TheRegister

Fewer than 1 in 100,000 new Surface devices go wrong says Microsoft

Ryan Gavin, general manager for Surface, said that Surface devices are getting more reliable with each new generation. …read more

Source:: ZDNet

The Rylo 360-degree camera’s killer feature is its software – CNET

The small dual-lens camera shoots stable immersive spherical video, but it’s what you can do after you shoot that’s awesome. …read more

Source:: CNet

Apple to drop Qualcomm components in next iPhones, iPads: Report

Apple vs Qualcomm: Apple may choose Intel and MediaTek to supply modem components for 2018 iPhones and iPads, instead of Qualcomm, according to new reports. …read more

Source:: ZDNet

Scientist finds way to keep pesky bagel seeds in place – CNET

Former Microsoft engineer Nathan Myhrvold figures out the perfect way to keep toppings on “everything” bagels from falling off. …read more

Source:: CNet

Face ID is so good you won’t miss the Home button

The removal of the iPhone’s Home button has required some tradeoffs, but the superior usability of Face ID sets a new standard for secure access. …read more

Source:: ZDNet

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