Day: July 10, 2019

Nintendo Switch Lite: From D-Pads to sharable games, here’s what we learned – CNET

Nintendo’s Doug Bowser tells us about the Switch and the future of the 3DS …read more Source:: CNet

Nintendo Switch Lite is $200 and colorful, but doesn’t connect to TV – CNET

It’s coming Sept. 20 and here’s how it plays. …read more Source:: CNet

Toyota and Denso form joint venture to develop self-driving hardware – Roadshow

The companies, already strongly linked, will work together to develop advanced semiconductors for self-driving and connected vehicles. …read more Source:: CNet

Lucky ISS astronaut will get slimed in space for the first time – CNET

After a trip on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, Nickelodeon’s green, gooey slime will make its debut in microgravity. …read more Source:: CNet

Academics Steal Data From Air-Gapped Systems Via a Keyboard’s LEDs

The Caps Lock, Num Lock, and Scroll Lock LEDs on a keyboard can be used to exfiltrate data from a secure air-gapped system, academics from an Israeli university have proved. From a report: The attack, which they named CTRL-ALT-LED, is nothing that regular users should worry about but is a danger for highly secure environments…

Android Q Beta 5: New gesture control adds corner swiping for Google Assistant – CNET

The fifth beta is live. …read more Source:: CNet

FCC paves the way for more 5G spectrum – CNET

The agency voted to make 2.5 GHz mid-band spectrum available for auction, and it set rules for an auction of high-frequency spectrum for later this year. …read more Source:: CNet

New Ransomware Targets QNAP’s Network-Attached Storage Devices

More than 19,000 systems in the US are potentially at risk from eCh0raix. …read more Source:: DarkReading

The Fish Is Boneless. (Fishless, Too.)

First, there was the meatless burger. Soon we may have fishless fish. From a report: Impossible Foods, the California company behind the meatless Impossible Whopper now available at Burger King, is joining a crowded field of food companies developing alternatives to traditional seafood with plant-based recipes or laboratory techniques that allow scientists to grow fish…

JavaScript tracking punks given a thrashing by good old-fashioned server log analytics

Netlify dodges the blockers by going to the source Netlify this week whipped the covers off its take on dealing with the rise of ad blockers in analytics – do it on the server.… …read more Source:: TheRegister