“Reviewing ads means assessing not just the content of an ad, but the context in which it was bought and the intended audience – so we’re changing our ads review system to pay more attention to these signals,” the company said.
Malicious script kiddies are reportedly rushing to exploit the first serious security hole discovered in Apple Computer’s Mac OS X.
Apple also introduces the Me2: a device that allows yourself to superimpose yourself into any national television broadcast or nationally held debate while not being on stage. Best for those like
Dennis Kucinich and Ron Paul who just would love to be on stage despite the ever shrinking number of candidates.
If you’re holding reservations on Aloha, you’re obviously a little screwed, but there are ways to get your money back.
Of course, there’s often a fine line between falling for neurorealism and uncovering genuine brain-based revelations. It’s a high-wire I enjoy walking. I will miss Brain Watch and my readers here, but I’m grateful for the opportunity I had. I continue to write about the mind and brain elsewhere – please stay tuned to my twitter feed @Psych_Writer for updates. Thanks for your attention and, for now, goodbye!
He points to one example where it took the team of hackers known as Cozy Bear, or APT29, only 10 minutes to gain domain admin privileges—essentially full control over the network—from the moment a target clicked a phishing link. “They’re not there sipping coffee, thinking ‘Let me figure out what I want to do today,'” Alperovitch says. “They have a victim, they jump on it as quickly as possible and really execute their mission before they get detected.”
The researchers who mapped the human genome are finally publishing their work, giving other scientists the groundwork to run their own experiments, possibly discovering cures for disease and the secrets of evolution.
Security experts affirm that the most recent problem didn’t appear to be the work of crackers, but vandals have hit two of Microsoft’s sites this week. Microsoft’s New Zealand and Australian sites were altered by crackers who left behind testy text messages.
Although the company’s website still offers a “3 months free” service promotion and incentive ads to switch from Vonage, SunRocket’s customer service line offers no explanation other than the recorded message, “We are no longer taking customer service or sales calls.” No official statement has been released by the company.
To join Workmode, Waclo had to pass both a flight test and a knowledge test that covers the basics of photogrammetry, aerospace law and more. Those, like Waclo, who have passed these tests appear on the Workmode site as “verified” pilots. Pilots will be able to sign-up without being verified, but SkyCatch will only vouch for those who pass the tests.
“Everyone being able to see the president’s tweets feels vital to democracy,” Joseph Papp, one of the seven Twitter users involved in the suit, said in a statement.
Sweden-based developer Ola Sevandersson spent a year writing–and re-writing–his Flash-based image editor. He also maintained a full-time job as the development manager for a Swedish web community.
His story began late last week, after he set up what’s known as a “honey pot,” a computer—which he could monitor—that appeared to be vulnerable to the recently disclosed Shellshock bug. Hall’s server got attacked, but the attack was coming from an unlikely place, a server that belonged to WinZip.
Ingress recently opened up to all Android users, and plans to expand out to iOS devices in 2014. With over a year of story to catch up on, entering the world of Ingress may seem daunting. Familiarity with the story isn’t essential to gameplay, but it does add staying power to a game that runs the risk of turning tedious over time. For those looking to take the plunge, here’s a few helpful pointers.