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The FBI’s statement that North Korea is responsible for the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment has been met with various levels of support and criticism, which has polarized the information security community. At its core, the debate comes down to this: Should we trust the government and its evidence or not? But I believe there is another view that has not been widely represented. Those who trust the government, but disagree with the dan...
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Miniature manufacturing
SRI International has developed a technology that can make a swarm of “Micro-Robots” build small things on small scales.
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Will #IoT  follow a more secure path than the PC?
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It's the shape that counts.
Summary: Thin is in, as always, but recent breakthroughs in printed and flexible electronics herald a whole new age of gadgets, imaging devices and user interfaces.
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95% of people can be identified from just four points of data!
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There is reaction Snowden's revelations...
Internet companies like Google and Facebook are working to keep governments and especially their spy agencies out of their servers after revelations from Edward J. Snowden that they had been invaded.
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It's not the answer, it only informs the answer.
If the big-data evangelists of Silicon Valley really want to “understand the world” they need to capture both its (big) quantities and its (thick) qualities.
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Social is not enough - RSS has a place.
Yet that's the most common complaint I hear about inbox-style RSS readers such as Google Reader, NetNewsWire, and Reeder: that people gave up on them because they were constantly filled with more unre...
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We visited this hotel in early July 2014, staying 4 nights. As beautiful as the setting is, the excellence and helpfulness of the staff is the biggest thing we will remember from this place, especially Angelica. We were the only Americans and only English speaking guests during our stay which is typical based on what I was told. We couldn't have felt more welcome. We had a 2 room family suite overlooking the Adriatic. The room was ok - no complaints but not terrific. The beach is sand and lined with chairs/umbrellas which you can rent daily or pay for as part of the stay. The water was the perfect temperature, guarded by wave breaking walls, with a gradual deepening to a little over 6'. The pool and pool area is large. We only ate breakfast at the hotel and lunch a few times at the cafe/bar and the food was fine. We did have dinner at the restaurant of the sister hotel next door and it was divine while pricey. There are some more reasonable eateries attached to other hotels within walking distance which we tried and enjoyed. I strongly suggest taking the short trip into Ortona by car or bus for a taste of charming, small town atmosphere. A larger city, Pescara, is also a little further north if you'd prefer. We will certainly be back to this gem of a place!
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