MoneyTaker lives up to its name
Hackers stole almost $1m from a Russian bank earlier this month after breaching its network via an outdated router.…
Ring Alarm Security Kit review: Ring's crazy-affordable DIY system nails simple home security - CNET
The Ring Alarm Security Kit isn't fancy, but it's a solid DIY system at an unbeatable price.
The carrier has named half the markets it expects to roll out the super speedy network to this year.
In a special episode of the Carfection podcast, we talk to the fascinating Lynn Park, aka Mr. Cobra, to talk about the car that's been the center of his world for more than 50 years.
Let's take a look at Miles Morales, Spider-Gwen and the other characters ahead of their Comic Con panel.
The 3.75-inch vinyl figures cast a large shadow over San Diego's massive geekfest.
Normally $140, this luggable battery has two AC outlets, four USB ports and more.
So much great stuff, so little money required. Hint: The TV series? Serenity now!
Most of their core apps were already in the cloud anyway
Financial software flinger Intuit is binning its biggest data centre and plonking its corporate backends onto AWS – in another win for the public cloud's biggest player.…
High-end statues that include so much detail.
The "well-planned" attack hit a quarter of the city-state's population, officials said.
Forget the Sonos Beam. The Polk Command Bar's elevated sound quality makes it the best value among voice-controlled sound bars.
More changes are coming as the messaging service tries to prevent physical assaults that have followed the spread of rumors on the app.
For the fifth edition of the Her Universe Fashion Show, Ashley Eckstein surprised fans with a 40-pound couture dress made of the character's Funko Pop.
New York City’s largest taxi driver advocacy group is hailing a legal decision by the New York State Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board, which ruled last Friday that three out-of-work Uber drivers can be considered employees for the purpose of unemployment benefits. The decision was first reported Thursday by Politico.
In other words, three men—and possibly other "similarly situated" Uber drivers who had quit over low pay or who were deactivated from the Uber platform—can get paid.
"The decision means that New York Uber drivers can file for unemployment insurance and likely receive it," Veena Dubal, a labor law professor at the University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, emailed Ars.
He who controls supplies controls... eh, not much
Four years ago at the height of smartwatch hype, it was the most desirable mineral in the world. The tech superpowers jostled to obtain supplies of the material, just as the superpowers jostled to secure their nitrate supplies* ahead of the First World War.…
Moderators are being told to lock the accounts of those suspected to be children.
'Limited assurance' that there is no risk to national security
A UK government-run oversight board has expressed misgivings about the security of telecoms kit from Chinese firm Huawei.…
KOUROU, French Guiana—White light flooded in through large windows behind Alain Charmeau as he mused about the new age of rocketry. The brilliant sunrise promised another idyllic day in this beach town, but outside the sands remained untroubled by the feet of tourists.
Lamentably, the nearshore waters of this former French colony are chocolate rather than azure, muddied by outflow from the Amazon River. French Guiana has other compensating assets, however. It lies just 5.3 degrees north of the equator. Neither tropical cyclones nor earthquakes threaten the area. And its coast offers untrammeled access to both the east and north. These natural gifts have helped this remote region become one of the world’s busiest spaceports.
From here, Europe has established a long but largely unheralded history in the global rocket industry. Nearly three decades ago, it became the first provider of commercial launch services. If your company or country had a satellite and enough money, Europe would fly it into space for you. Remarkably, more than half of all telecom satellites in service today were launched from this sprawling spaceport.
The attack by hackers on a health database has affected about a quarter of the population.