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September 16, 2022

To Search for a Near-Extinct Snail, Tread Lightly

Monitoring the last wild Chittenango ovate amber snails, scientists tiptoe through a waterfall spray zone the size of a living room. From a report: The Chittenango […]
September 16, 2022

Intel Processor Will Replace Pentium and Celeron in 2023 Laptops

Intel is replacing its Pentium and Celeron brands with just Intel Processor. The new branding will replace both existing brands in 2023 notebooks and supposedly make […]
September 16, 2022

Elon Musk Enters In-Flight Wi-Fi Market With Small Satellites

SpaceX wants to show the world its Starlink satellite system can deliver Netflix and YouTube at 30,000 feet. So it recently held a demo for the […]
September 16, 2022

US Launches Program To Boost Floating Wind Turbines

The Biden administration has announced the latest in its renewable energy efforts, this time focused on a technology that hasn’t really arrived yet: floating offshore wind […]
September 16, 2022

Ether’s New ‘Staking’ Model Could Draw SEC Attention

Ethereum’s big software update on Thursday may have turned the second-largest cryptocurrency into a security in the eyes of a top U.S. regulator. From a report: […]
September 16, 2022

Save almost $200 on a refurbished Microsoft Surface 3

Want to save money on a high-end Microsoft Surface 3? Buy it refurbished rather than new. The post Save almost $200 on a refurbished Microsoft Surface […]
September 16, 2022

Uber Investigating Breach of Its Computer Systems

Uber discovered its computer network had been breached on Thursday, leading the company to take several of its internal communications and engineering systems offline as it […]
September 16, 2022

Iranians Hacked US Companies, Sent Ransom Demands To Printers, Indictment Says

Three Iranian nationals charged with hacking into US-based computer networks sent ransom demands to the printers of at least some of their victims, according to an […]
September 16, 2022

Record Chinese Cyber Breach Spurs Eruption in Data for Sale

Since the data of about roughly 1 billion Chinese citizens appeared for sale on a popular dark web forum in June, researchers have observed a surge […]