“We want to go where the mouths are. Newark allows us to go to New York City and throughout New Jersey. We’re focused on the places that have economic trouble too — so we can go in and help out,” David Rosenberg, co-founder and CEO of AeroFarms told FOXBusiness.com last July.
Excluding one-time items, Microsoft earned 73 cents per share. Analysts on average had expected 70 cents per share, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S (http://bit.ly/2oQAzSJ)
Wired: Quality construction with durable materials. Stores flat in a convenient envelope. Cheap thrill.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia – Like many geeks who have come before me, I’ve become absolutely mesmerized by curling, and I haven’t even made it to the venue. But watching the matches on TV, I’m fascinated by the blend of precision and strategy that the game offers. What is it about sliding big granite rocks that can be so compelling?
But there’s more than just science going on here. In Brazil, much has been made–both pro and con–of the social message sent by the demo.
Most of the posts I’ve written recently have involved next-generation DNA sequencing in one way or another, which may have left some readers scratching their heads – keeping track of the different technologies, how they work, and their strengths and weaknesses is a challenge even for those immersed in this fast-moving field.
Anonymous will probably turn into a series of increasingly disparate rather than increasingly coordinated groups, and the various tactics and techniques – doxing people and crashing servers and so forth – will be adopted by many many more groups. A lot of stuff is just arriving in its homegrown form in the rest of the world, so I think we’re going to see considerably more of it before some new bargain is hammered out.
He told us that both Gay-Bouchery and Mark Karpeles were out of town, and he declined to talk about the company’s business. “Because it’s such a difficult time for us, we can’t talk to journalists without first talking to our lawyers,” he said. He did tell us that the Bitcoin Cafe is a Mt. Gox project set to open in December, but he wouldn’t let us see the space or take photos, and he wouldn’t give his name.
It remains unclear, however, whether the airlines or its creditors could legally sell their frequent flier databases.
Wired.com: __When you hear talk of cyberwar, people start talking about power plants going down and you get cascading problems. Do we need legislation to give DHS the power to regulate those who run critical infrastructure?
But most of the news in the digital security world, as usual, happened behind the screen. Researchers showed that people who prefer the aesthetic consistency of URL shorteners are actually opening themselves up to malware attacks and online spying. Meanwhile, the web is becoming more secure (whew!), thanks the efforts of the technologists of Let’s Encrypt, who are helping tens of millions of websites switch to an HTTPS standard that will encrypt traffic between websites.
Or if it doesn’t, then you’ll have something to entertain yourself while you’re on that boring phone call.
The Frankfurt Auto Show is coming up, so we were prepared for at least one zany French concept car. Renault has certainly delivered on that promise of eccentricity with the Frendzy, an asymmetrical EV that wants to help you balance work and family by transforming into two distinct cars. Oh yeah, and you can plug a BlackBerry PlayBook into the dash.
“It is unfortunate that people who do not agree with our organization’s positions want to stifle our First Amendment rights by defacing the content on our website,” said Amy Weiss, RIAA spokeswoman. She did not comment on why the RIAA’s site has suffered so many security problems over the past few months.