Day: February 12, 2019

Apple wants to keep half of subscription revenue from its news service, report says – CNET

Some publishers aren’t thrilled about the tech giant’s proposed financial terms, according to a Wall Street Journal report. …read more Source:: CNet

Former NASA astronaut Mark Kelly to run for John McCain’s Senate seat – CNET

Pilot. Astronaut. Space shuttle commander. Senate candidate to represent Arizona. …read more Source:: CNet

Apple may release AirPods 2 on March 29… or not – CNET

Two rumors speculate that Apple’s AirPods 2 may launch in either March or later this fall. …read more Source:: CNet

Every Digital Clock Is Made Of Analog Components

In 2008, an art studio out of Stockholm released the ClockClock, a digital clock with an analog heart. The ClockClock used 24 individual analog clocks — hour and minute hands and all — to display time digitally. The world went crazy, Pinterest blew up, and everyone wanted a digital analog clock until the next interesting…

Hackers Wipe US Servers of Email Provider VFEmail

Hackers have breached the severs of email provider and wiped the data from all its US servers, destroying all US customers’ data in the process. From a report: The attack took place yesterday, February 11, and was detected after the company’s site and webmail client went down without notice. “At this time, the attacker…

Retired NASA astronaut Mark Kelly adds Senate candidate to stellar resume – CNET

Pilot. Astronaut. Space shuttle commander. Senate candidate to fill John McCain’s seat. …read more Source:: CNet

Dell President’s Day deals: LG 86-inch 4K TV for $3K, $90 UE Megaboom speaker – CNET

Starting now, a week’s worth of compelling discounts on TVs, laptops and more. …read more Source:: CNet

Ubisoft And Mozilla Announce AI Coding Assistant Clever-Commit

Video game publisher Ubisoft is working with Mozilla to develop an AI coding assistant called Clever-Commit, head of Ubisoft La Forge Yves Jacquier announced during DICE Summit 2019 on Tuesday. From a report: Clever-Commit reportedly helps programmers evaluate whether or not a code change will introduce a new bug by learning from past bugs and…

How to Lay the Groundwork for Protecting Smart City Connectivity

Most people in the physical security industry are familiar with the 5 Ds: deter, detect, delay, deny and defend. These principles seem universally applicable for facility or asset protection use cases. But what principles should we apply in areas of open public access? …read more Source:: SecurityMagazine

Honda Tomo EV concept heads to Geneva with the help of design students – Roadshow

It will hang out alongside the almost-ready EV “prototype” debuting that week. …read more Source:: CNet