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Space Photos of the Week: Light a Candle for Hubble, Still Gazing Strong
The best way to mark the space telescope's birthday is by looking at nebulae.
6 hours ago
Wired
Space Photos of the Week: Light a Candle for Hubble, Still Gazing Strong
What If Aliens Were Totally Obsessed With Us?
The extraterrestrials in author Mercurio D. Rivera's 'The Love War' have a soft spot for humanity.
7 hours ago
Wired
What If Aliens Were Totally Obsessed With Us?
Xbox Hacking, LinkedIn Bugs, and More Security News This Week
Xbox hacking, LinkedIn bugs, and more security news this week.
8 hours ago
Wired
Xbox Hacking, LinkedIn Bugs, and More Security News This Week
Machine Learning's "Amazing" Ability to Predict Chaos
In new computer experiments, artificial-intelligence algorithms can tell the future of chaotic systems.
8 hours ago
Wired
Machine Learning's "Amazing" Ability to Predict Chaos
Thermal Imaging Cameras Could Keep Self-Driving Cars Safe
A heat-seeking view of the world could provide one more way for robo-cars to stay out of danger.
9 hours ago
Wired
Thermal Imaging Cameras Could Keep Self-Driving Cars Safe
Just How Random Are Two Factor Authentication Codes?
Have you noticed patterns in those ephemeral, six-digit tokens? There's a reason for that.
9 hours ago
Wired
Just How Random Are Two Factor Authentication Codes?
Pivotal CEO talks IPO and balancing life in Dell family of companies
Pivotal has kind of a strange role for a company. On one hand its part of the EMC federation companies that Dell acquired in 2016 for a cool $67 billion, but it’s also an independently operated entity within that broader Dell family of companies — and that has to be a fine line to walk. […]
20 minutes ago
Techcrunch
Pivotal CEO talks IPO and balancing life in Dell family of companies
In the NYC enterprise startup scene, security is job one
While most people probably would not think of New York as a hotbed for enterprise startups of any kind, it is actually quite active. When you stop to consider that the world’s biggest banks and financial services companies are located there, it would certainly make sense for security startups to ...
4 hours ago
Techcrunch
In the NYC enterprise startup scene, security is job one
Through luck and grit, Datadog is fusing the culture of developers and operations
There used to be two cultures in the enterprise around technology. On one side were software engineers, who built out the applications needed by employees to conduct the business of their companies. On the other side were sysadmins, who were territorially protective of their hardware domain – the servers, ...
4 hours ago
Techcrunch
Through luck and grit, Datadog is fusing the culture of developers and operations
NS1 brings domain name services to the enterprise
When you think about critical infrastructure, DNS or domain naming services might not pop into your head, but what is more important than making sure your website opens quickly and efficiently for your users. NS1 is a New York City startup trying to bring software smarts and automation to the DNS space. ...
4 hours ago
Techcrunch
NS1 brings domain name services to the enterprise
Full-Metal Packet is hosting the future of cloud infrastructure
Cloud computing has been a revolution for the data center. Rather than investing in expensive hardware and managing a data center directly, companies are relying on public cloud providers like AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure to provide general-purpose and high-availability compute, storage, and ...
4 hours ago
Techcrunch
Full-Metal Packet is hosting the future of cloud infrastructure
BigID lands in the right place at the right time with GDPR
Every startup needs a little skill and a little luck. BigID, a NYC-based data governance solution has been blessed with both. The company, which helps customers identify sensitive data in big data stores, launched at just about the same time that the EU announced the GDPR data privacy regulations. Today, ...
4 hours ago
Techcrunch
BigID lands in the right place at the right time with GDPR
SmugMug Acquires Flickr
Today SmugMug, the leading photo management and sharing platform, announced the acquisition of Flickr, the online photo management and sharing application. This acquisition will create the most influential photography community in the world. For 15 years SmugMug has focused on helping the photographer ...
22 hours ago
Readwrite
SmugMug Acquires Flickr
Meet the Side Winder by Fuse, the Cool Mac Accessory every Apple User Should Own
It seems like one accessory that requires some type of subscription buying program where you get a new one every eight to ten weeks is a laptop charger. That’s because they tend to become frayed over time, making them unusable and putting you $80 out of pocket for every replacement charger from ...
22 hours ago
Readwrite
Meet the Side Winder by Fuse, the Cool Mac Accessory every Apple User Should Own
How to Feel Secure With Your Data in 2018
Implementing multiple layers of security is the common thread for today's data security strategies. The layered approach has worked in some cases. However, other companies have still become vulnerable to hackers. In fact, numerous large global enterprises with significant technology budgets have fallen ...
3 days ago
Readwrite
How to Feel Secure With Your Data in 2018
How This African-American Pot Grower Is Mastering California’s Green Rush
A slim hall leads into a dark room, where one enters the soul of the Blaqstar Farms cannabis grow, a 30-light operation rooted in East Los Angeles. On the other side of this warehouse where the lighting is standard, a couple of guys in their forties trim a strain called Birthday Cake and fill bags with ...
11 hours ago
Fast Company
How This African-American Pot Grower Is Mastering California’s Green Rush
Wall Street Has iPhone X Sales Jitters, But The Facts Aren’t In
Ever since we broke the story about the iPhone X’s $1000 price tag  I’ve wondered what the buying public’s response would be. Today, almost six months after the X’s launch, the verdict may still be out. The iPhone X had a very promising first quarter. It looked like consumers ...
14 hours ago
Fast Company
Wall Street Has iPhone X Sales Jitters, But The Facts Aren’t In
SmugMug is throwing once-vital Flickr a lifeline
If you’re under the age of 30, you probably don’t remember this, but there was a time, earlier in this century, when Flickr was the be-all, end-all online photo repository and community. Flickr was founded by Slack co-founder Stewart Butterfield and his then-wife Caterina Fake and bought ...
2 days ago
Fast Company
SmugMug is throwing once-vital Flickr a lifeline
Amtrak is swapping dining cars on some trains for “airplane food”
One of the chief delights of choosing to travel long-haul by train versus plane (apart from skipping the whole airport security thing) is the dining car. Like a moving restaurant, dining cars await passengers needing to stretch their legs and recreate something of a normal daily routine by sitting down ...
2 days ago
Fast Company
Amtrak is swapping dining cars on some trains for “airplane food”
E. coli lettuce outbreak: Here’s what the CDC says to do right now
After more than 30 people were hospitalized in 16 states, the CDC is issuing a serious new warning today about an E. coli outbreak. The warning covers all types of romaine lettuce and lettuce products from the Yuma, Arizona, growing region. Yuma County is the nation’s third largest vegetable producer, ...
2 days ago
Fast Company
E. coli lettuce outbreak: Here’s what the CDC says to do right now
Nintendo’s Labo toys have arrived, and here’s how to get started
Nintendo’s Labo kits—build-them-yourself cardboard toys that use the Switch console as their brains—go on sale today. They’re among the most inventive, purely joyful playthings I’ve seen in eons, and if you have a Switch, I recommend them unreservedly. But I do have ...
2 days ago
Fast Company
Nintendo’s Labo toys have arrived, and here’s how to get started
Recommended Reading: Tesla and Waymo's self-driving data quests
How Tesla and Waymo are tackling a major problem for self-driving cars: Data Sean O'Kane, The Verge In order for cars to drive themselves, the vehicles and their systems require loads of data. And gathering those details are one of the main goals...
38 minutes ago
Engadget
Recommended Reading: Tesla and Waymo's self-driving data quests
How to recycle your used and unwanted gadgets
You're probably used to sorting your garbage into bins: green for paper, or blue for plastic and glass. But when it comes to electronics, we're still used to selling those off or tossing them into the trash heap. Unfortunately, our gadget addiction h...
3 hours ago
Engadget
How to recycle your used and unwanted gadgets
Ask Engadget: What are the best apps and tools for the blind?
The support shared between readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, we've known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones and smartphones. In f...
4 hours ago
Engadget
Ask Engadget: What are the best apps and tools for the blind?
Fujifilm XH-1 review: Beautiful photos, but lacking X-series allure
Fujifilm has an impressively loyal fan base for good reason. Its X-Series mirrorless APS-C cameras are compact, feature-packed, easy to use, produce excellent images, come with top-flight lenses and look great -- all at a reasonable price. So,...
6 hours ago
Engadget
Fujifilm XH-1 review: Beautiful photos, but lacking X-series allure
The Morning After: Weekend Edition
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Welcome to the weekend. We have some news about Flickr's future plus a bundle of 4/20 stories from Friday. We're upgrading Engadget's daily newsletter and want to hear from you. Tell us exactly what you think...
7 hours ago
Engadget
The Morning After: Weekend Edition
'Resogun' developer teases multiplayer-centric 'Stormdivers'
Last November, Finnish game developer Housemarque declared that the arcade genre "is dead." The studio's last title, Nex Machina, was warmly received by the press and currently boasts an 88 rating on Metacritic. "Lackluster sales," however, meant the...
11 hours ago
Engadget
'Resogun' developer teases multiplayer-centric 'Stormdivers'
Companies outside of Silicon Valley need to rethink how they hire and train tech talent
GUEST: Between 2014 and 2016, 75 percent of all venture capital funding in the United States went to three major tech hubs: Silicon Valley; New York City; and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Organizations such as Rise of the Rest seek to push funds toward the startups in the middle of the country that might ...
2 hours ago
Venturebeat
Companies outside of Silicon Valley need to rethink how they hire and train tech talent
The Web of Profit: A look at the cybercrime economy
GUEST: Last April, I started a conversation with cybersecurity company Bromium. The company was keen to uncover where the streams of revenue generated by cybercrime eventually go and whether this money is ultimately supporting other areas of crime. Over the past 10 months, I have been examining this ...
4 hours ago
Venturebeat
The Web of Profit: A look at the cybercrime economy
Tamatem has built a thriving mobile business by bringing games to the Arab world
FEATURE: Mobile publisher Tamatem has brought 40 games to the Arabic-language market and racked up millions of downloads. Its newest title is Airport City, a simulation game from Lithuanian developer Game Insight. It will debut on iOS and Android in that region on April 26. “The main idea behind ...
5 hours ago
Venturebeat
Tamatem has built a thriving mobile business by bringing games to the Arab world
Nintendo Labo could be the second coming of Wii Fit
ANALYSIS: Nintendo Labo hit the world today with an unusual quiet. Warm impressions of the winsome cardboard construction kits and their attendant video games flitted around the internet and the video game obsessed corners of Twitter, but there was hardly the fervor that usually follows when Nintendo ...
5 hours ago
Venturebeat
Nintendo Labo could be the second coming of Wii Fit
Consoles need to ditch discs and embrace digital downloads
ANALYSIS: Sorry, cartridge and disc collectors — in the foreseeable future, console gaming is going to become either download-only or download-first. This might bother some console gamers, but I’m excited to see this happen. Twenty years ago, I owned one of the country’s largest personal ...
7 hours ago
Venturebeat
Consoles need to ditch discs and embrace digital downloads
Vive Pro sends out its AR dev kit
HTC just released its software development kit for the front-facing cameras on the Vive Pro. The new update should help turn the device into the kind of augmented reality developer kit Magic Leap has been distributing quietly in small numbers. Magic Leap is raising billions of dollars for a see-through ...
9 hours ago
Venturebeat
Vive Pro sends out its AR dev kit
Drool over Marvel Comics? rarest original art, costumes at new museum exhibit
Tremendous production art makes up for the feeling that this is one big movie ad.
20 minutes ago
Ars Technica
Drool over Marvel Comics? rarest original art, costumes at new museum exhibit
White House reportedly exploring wartime rule to help coal, nuclear
President has used Act's powers before for space industry.
6 hours ago
Ars Technica
White House reportedly exploring wartime rule to help coal, nuclear
Review: Subaru Crosstrek finds sweet spot between value and drivability
There are no surprises from Subaru's redesigned small crossover.
7 hours ago
Ars Technica
Review: Subaru Crosstrek finds sweet spot between value and drivability
Super Troopers 2 review: Fans get what they paid for in this crowdfunded surprise
A spoiler-free take on how Broken Lizard got just enough right in this comedy sequel.
8 hours ago
Ars Technica
Super Troopers 2 review: Fans get what they paid for in this crowdfunded surprise
WikiLeaks, Russia, Trump Jr. named in new DNC hacking lawsuit
"It's more than a shot over the bow, it's a shot into the hull of the ship."
21 hours ago
Ars Technica
WikiLeaks, Russia, Trump Jr. named in new DNC hacking lawsuit
Capcom reminds us why "games-as-a-service" suck, announces end of Puzzle Fighter
Will stop working on July 31, giving it eight total months of life.
23 hours ago
Ars Technica
Capcom reminds us why "games-as-a-service" suck, announces end of Puzzle Fighter
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