Day: October 15, 2018

Microsoft’s Nadella: We want our tech to be used for good – CNET

Microsoft’s CEO also says at the Wired25 conference that antitrust law doesn’t really understand tech. …read more Source:: CNet

2019 Ford Ranger accessories list leaks, includes bull bars and fender flares – Roadshow

Who doesn’t like fender flares? …read more Source:: CNet

Hunt for Red Bugtober: US military’s weapon systems riddled with security holes – auditors

Death from a-bug. Dr Strange-bug. Top Bug. We could do this all day… Computer security vulnerabilities are widespread in US military hardware, and the Pentagon is only beginning to understand how to fix them.… …read more Source:: Register

Twilio to acquire email API platform SendGrid for $2 billion

Twilio says adding email to its communications platform — which includes voice, messaging and video — will let customers use Twilio to manage all of their communications channels. …read more Source:: ZDNet

New Apple Watch app guides patients through hip and knee replacements – CNET

The app aims to connect patients and surgeons with features like a messaging platform and access to exercise videos and reminders. …read more Source:: CNet

IBM Builds ‘SOC on Wheels’ to Drive Cybersecurity Training

A tractor trailer housing a Cyber Tactical Operation Center will travel throughout the US and Europe for incident response training, security support, and education. …read more Source:: DarkReading

99.7 Percent of Unique FCC Comments Favored Net Neutrality, Independent Analysis Finds

When a Stanford researcher removed all the duplicate and fake comments filed with the Federal Communications Commission last year, he found that 99.7 percent of public comments — about 800,000 in all — were pro-net neutrality. From a report: “With the fog of fraud and spam lifted from the comment corpus, lawmakers and their staff,…

Huawei Mate 20 launch: Live stream, start time, what to expect – CNET

Huawei will try to tackle Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9. …read more Source:: CNet

Millions of Voter Records Found for Sale on the Dark Web

Voter registration databases from 19 US states are being hawked in an underground hacking forum, researchers say. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Wind Turbine Pushes Limits Of Desktop 3D Printing

There was a time, not so long ago, when hype for desktop 3D printing as so high that it seemed you could print anything. Just imagine it, and your handy dandy magical 3D printer could manifest it into reality. But now that more people have had first hand experience with the technology, the bubble has…