Technology Blog

October 1, 2022

Firefly Launches Alpha Rocket To Orbit

techmage writes: Early this morning, Firefly Aerospace succeeded in launching their Alpha rocket to Low Earth Orbit. This marks one of a handful of companies who […]
October 1, 2022

Chernobyl Black Frogs Reveal Evolution In Action

German Orizaola and Pablo Burraco write via The Conversation: Our work in Chernobyl started in 2016. That year, close to the damaged nuclear reactor, we detected […]
October 1, 2022

Citrix-Tibco Close $17 Billion Deal, Uniting Virtualization and Enterprise Apps Vendors

Virtualization and cloud products vendor Citrix and enterprise applications vendor Tibco Software have completed their merger, valued at $16.5 billion, with new leadership calling the combined […]
October 1, 2022

Danish Pirate Site Blocking Updated, Telecoms Group Publishes All Domains

Rights Alliance and ISPs have agreed to update their code of conduct to block pirate sites more quickly in Denmark. When one ISP receives an instruction […]
October 1, 2022

Sofia, the Historic Airplane-Borne Telescope, Lands For the Last Time

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Wired: Over the past eight years, a modified Boeing 747 jetliner has flown hundreds of flights on a unique […]
October 1, 2022

Apple VP Leaves Company After Vulgar Comment Goes Viral On TikTok

Apple’s vice president of procurement, Tony Blevins, has left the company after a TikTok video showed him making a vulgar comment about women at a car […]
October 1, 2022

Fake CISO Profiles On LinkedIn Target Fortune 500s

Security researcher Brian Krebs writes: Someone has recently created a large number of fake LinkedIn profiles for Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) roles at some of […]
October 1, 2022

Researchers Use Fluid Dynamics To Spot Artificial Imposter Voices

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Conversation: To detect audio deepfakes, we and our research colleagues at the University of Florida have developed a […]
October 1, 2022

High-Severity Microsoft Exchange 0-Day Under Attack Threatens 220,000 Servers

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Microsoft late Thursday confirmed the existence of two critical vulnerabilities in its Exchange application that have already […]