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29 heise online News
https://www.heise.de/newsticker/heise-atom.xmlLattePanda-Boards Alpha und Delta: Mehr Rechnenpower und Linux Amazon Echo: Multiroom-Musik mit Spotify Gehacktes GPS, Fachkräftemangel, Social Engineering: Herausforderungen der Cyber Defence iMac Pro: ARM-Chip für abgesicherten Bootvorgang Internet-of-Things: Vodafone startet NB-IoT-Netzausbau EWN plant neues Atomlager für Castoren Jailbreak.me ist zurück: Safari-Exploit entsperrt alte iPhones Innenministerium: Bundesrechnungshof rügt unkontrollierten Einsatz von IT-Beratern Storify schließt im Mai 2018 und löscht alle Daten Last-Minute-Rabatt: Smart Home, Drohnen, Handys & Co. Nintendo Switch über 10 Millionen Mal verkauft Niederlande: Adler werden nicht zum Drohnenfang eingesetzt Finanzprüfer sehen keinen Raum für höheren Rundfunkbeitrag Made in USA: Apple steckt 390 Millionen Dollar in Face-ID-Zulieferer Umgang mit Nutzerdaten: Kartellwächter untersuchen Smart-TVs Südkorea will Digitalwährungen besteuern Rolls Royce eröffnet R² Data Labs zur Analyse großer Datenmengen Frankreich will Handyverbot an Schulen ausweiten Twitter verkettet Tweets zu "Threads" AMD verspricht Open-Source-Vulkan-Treiber für Linux ROBOT-Attacke: TLS-Angriff von 1998 funktioniert immer noch Google-Suchtrends: Das haben die Deutschen 2017 gegoogelt KRACK- und Broadpwn-Schwachstelle: Apple flickt AirPort-WLAN-Basisstationen erst jetzt weMessage will iMessages auf Android bringen Freier Fluss der Daten und Datenschutz: Europaparlament setzt Regeln für den digitalen Handel Content Management: TYPO3 9.0 mit verbesserter Systemwartung Verbraucherschützer warnen vor betrügerischen Streaming-Angeboten Patchday: Microsoft patcht viel, Adobe wenig Miese Öko-Bilanz des Bitcoin treibt Suche nach Alternativen voran
https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/.rssGot a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread Today /r/Technology is going to #BreakTheInternet to save net neutrality Five Republicans have opposed the FCC’s plan. We need to convince the rest of them. ‘Father Of The Internet’ Skewers FCC: ‘You Don’t Understand How The Internet Works’ Ajit Pai has personal financial interests in ending net neutrality FCC chairman jokes about being a Verizon shill, days before forcing an FCC vote that would be a boon for Verizon Senators make last ditch effort to halt the FCC's net neutrality vote Ajit Pai claims net neutrality hurt small ISPs, but data says otherwise. Roughly a million FCC comments were fraudulently filed using real names and half a million additional comments were filed from Russian email addresses. Meanwhile, 50,000 real FCC consumer complaints are missing. Comcast to Customer Who Noticed It Secretly Injecting Code: Maybe It’s Your Fault? No, The FTC Won't Save You Once Net Neutrality Rules Are Killed: ...repealing net neutrality rules is just one small part of a long-standing ISP plan to reduce meaningful oversight of one of the least-competitive industries in America Colorado’s Mike Coffman is first Republican U.S. Rep. to ask FCC to delay vote on net neutrality Republican senator calls on Congress to pass law protecting net neutrality Warning Against Abdication of Duty, Senators Demand FCC Abandon Net Neutrality Vote: Ajit Pai's plan would leave the U.S. with a "gaping consumer protection void," say 39 senators Senate Democrats Urge FCC Chairman to Delay Net Neutrality Vote Comcast catches more flak for injecting pop-up ads to sell modems Indiegogo goes where few companies dare: into Initial Coin Offerings First Republican Congressman Demands FCC Delay Net Neutrality Vote FCC commissioner trolls Ajit Pai with net neutrality ‘suggested edits’ Today Internet traffic for Google, Facebook, Apple was briefly rerouted to Russia. One Congressman Has a Last Ditch Effort to Save Net Neutrality Ajit Pai offers no data for latest claim that net neutrality hurt small ISPs Bots and Form Letters Make It Nearly Impossible to Find Real FCC Net Neutrality Comments Lawyer-Bots Are Shaking Up Jobs - AI is augmenting and automating the tasks currently performed by hundreds of thousands of people in the U.S. alone.
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30 New Scientist - Space
https://www.newscientist.comMars overdue a planet-wide dust storm that could harm the rovers The tiny space rock New Horizons is headed for may have a moon Ancient black holes ruled out as source of all dark matter Mysterious streaks seen on Saturn’s moons could be ancient rings Trump directs NASA to send astronauts to the moon and then Mars Light from LIGO’s neutron star smashup just got even brighter That interstellar asteroid could be a shard of a shredded planet Bizarre supernova may be powered by hidden disc of dust and gas Most distant quasar ever seen is way too big for our universe NASA fires Voyager 1’s engines for the first time in 37 years Why brewing beer in space is more important than you think The usual way of hunting dark matter may be all wrong Planets near dangerous stars could shield alien life under smog Spaceplanes may be the best hope in war on deadly orbiting junk Science Fiction: slavery stereotypes, and a new M. John Harrison Moon’s explosive birth drove iron deep into Earth’s core Jupiter’s icy moon Europa has a hidden ‘conveyer belt’ of heat Weird tiny galaxies found hiding in Hubble’s Ultra Deep Field No, aliens aren’t lurking on the International Space Station Cuts likely for one of NASA’s next big space-based telescopes How a fiery matter-antimatter union may lead to limitless energy Giant climate camera will watch how our planet changes Mysterious gamma rays in Crab nebula traced to pulsar winds We’ve found a bunch of dwarf galaxies we thought didn’t exist Private mission may get us back to Enceladus sooner than NASA We got a good look at the interstellar asteroid and it’s weird Signs of running water on Mars dunes are probably just dry sand Ocean-covered planets may not be the places to search for life The message we’re sending to nearby aliens is no threat to Earth The New Horizons spacecraft is heading towards a mystery rock
20 Ars Technica
https://arstechnica.comA Republican lawmaker urges FCC to delay net neutrality repeal vote Ever wondered what 1975’s The Star Wars would have looked like? Apple to give Finisar $390 million to increase TrueDepth camera tech production Video: See our full interview with NASA propulsion engineer Norman Chaffee After 14 months, a new and improved New Shepard flies again Everything you need to know about Apple’s GymKit, now out in the US FDA is not cuckoo for Coco Loko, a chocolatey alternative to snorting cocaine 1998 attack that messes with sites’ secret crypto keys is back in a big way Patreon senior engineer: “We don’t need” misbehaving CEOs How Reddit and others “broke the Internet” to support net neutrality today Leading cryptocurrency exchange faces outages as bitcoin rivals surge I used to be a bitcoin bull—here’s why that changed We can make plants pass out—with the same drugs that mysteriously knock us out Three months in, Destiny 2 has a “quality-of-life” problem PepsiCo reserves 100 Tesla Semis, likely at $20,000 a pop Android Wear gets updated to Android 8.0 Oreo [Update] Ajit Pai offers no data for latest claim that net neutrality hurt small ISPs Putting Nintendo Switch’s 10 million sales in context Gorogoa review: Beneath four panels hide gaming’s most beautiful surprise Apple turns on app preorders in App Store
20 Science – Ars Technica
https://arstechnica.comVideo: See our full interview with NASA propulsion engineer Norman Chaffee After 14 months, a new and improved New Shepard flies again FDA is not cuckoo for Coco Loko, a chocolatey alternative to snorting cocaine We can make plants pass out—with the same drugs that mysteriously knock us out Apollo 8 and the 50/50 bet that won the Space Race for America President Trump says we’re going back to the Moon SpaceX has a momentous launch this week [Updated] NASA and Amiga history meet in an eBay listing Energy Secretary Perry agrees to extension on pro-coal, nuclear rulemaking Looks like a rough flu season ahead. Here are answers to ALL your flu questions Bad news: Warmest climate models might also be most accurate Teaser: Our Apollo celebration continues with part 2, launching Tuesday We may now be able to engineer the most important lousy enzyme on the planet Boeing: We are going to beat SpaceX to Mars DeepMind AI needs mere 4 hours of self-training to become a chess overlord Video: See our full interview with Apollo 7 astronaut Walt Cunningham Man gets gruesome fungal lesion after snipping pimple with dirty wood tools Climate change already costs us all money, and it’s going to get worse Victims of mystery attacks in Cuba left with anomalies in brain tissue Video: See our full interview with NASA legend Christopher C. Kraft
20 Gaming & Culture – Ars Technica
https://arstechnica.comEver wondered what 1975’s The Star Wars would have looked like? Three months in, Destiny 2 has a “quality-of-life” problem Putting Nintendo Switch’s 10 million sales in context Gorogoa review: Beneath four panels hide gaming’s most beautiful surprise Ready Player One arrives—abundant references intact—in its first full trailer Xenoblade Chronicles 2 review: A ramshackle wonder Every classic Street Fighter will land in a huge anthology in May 2018 The Grand Tour season 2: the one where Hammond nearly dies… again In Thelma, suppressing facts—whether it’s your identity or power—is the real horror The first trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom looks absolutely goofy Ars Technica’s ultimate board game buyer’s guide New Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer provokes fan theories with its final shot Fortnite developer: Players “deserve” cross-console play Enter for a chance to win games, hardware, and more in the 2017 Ars Charity Drive The utterly perplexing beauty of Death Stranding’s Game Awards trailer DeepMind AI needs mere 4 hours of self-training to become a chess overlord Loot boxes may not return to Star Wars: Battlefront II If you enjoy the absurd and extreme edge of comics, SyFy’s Happy may be for you Your Bitcoin is no good here—Steam stops accepting cryptocurrency Shall we play a game? WarGames gets interactive reboot from Her Story dev
http://www.osnews.comApple makes iMac Pro available for order Microsoft adds an OpenSSH client to Windows 10 Microsoft releases free preview of Quantum Development Kit Here's what happens when an 18 year old buys a mainframe Creating a Christmas card on a vintage IBM 1401 mainframe Making a Game Boy game in 2017 Qt 5.10 released Qualcomm Centriq 2400: the world's first 10nm server processor ReactOS 0.4.7 released Bitcoin could cost us our clean-energy future Windows Phone stymied by moving goalposts, just like Symbian HP, Asus announce first Windows 10 ARM PCs Tim Cook backs China's internet censorship How brands secretly buy their way into website stories "Google's Pixel 2 XL is absurdly close to being perfect"
12 Rock, Paper, Shotgun
https://www.rockpapershotgun.comStar Wars Battlefront 2’s free Last Jedi DLC marches out today Have You Played… Aztez? Okami HD splashes onto PC Digital deals so far this week Assassin’s Creed Oranges update 6 – better graphics, revised difficulty, beards Wot I Think: SpellForce 3 Resident Evil 7 new DLCs go brawling in the swamp You can now hunt Yetis in Overwatch’s winter event The adorably ultraviolent Gang Beasts is fully out now Steelseries Arctis 7 review: The best gaming headset bar none Fortnite Battle Royale’s new mode needs to be a fixture Baba Is You is a puzzler which lets you write the rules