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Flere angreb på de ellers så sikre mainframe-systemer er dukket op i CPR-hackersagen. Spørgsmålet er nu: Kan vi stadig stole på det store jern?
Officials ask Google how it intends to use the information collected by the high-tech specs, which could seemingly videotape or photograph others without their knowledge. [Read more]
We got an early chance to benchmark the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800.
He was nominated to replace Julius Genachowski as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission a mere six weeks ago, and before he’s even got the job, Tom Wheeler’s making headlines. Ars Technica reports that would-be chairman Wheeler wants what many (all?) cell phone owners want — the ability to unlock our phones free from fear of legal retribution. The way he sees things, when folks have bought and paid for their phones and are contract-free, they “ought to have the right to use the device and move it across carriers.” Unfortunately, while he’s staked out his position on the matter, he has yet to say exactly how he plans to make phone unlocking legal, be it through legislation or other means
Using MRI to measure brain activity, researchers at Stanford find that kids with autism have a weaker connection between language and reward centers than kids without autism. [Read more]
The social network now encourages show-and-tell status updates on mobile.
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Facebook for iOS gets emoticons
You might say the day is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workday, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point
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The Daily Roundup for 06.18.2013
Google and other companies have already made general calls for more transparency in the wake of the PRISM revelations, and it looks like Mountain View is now escalating those requests to a court challenge. As The Washington Post reports , Google is asking the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court for some additional leeway with the government requests for data that it’s able to disclose, and it’s citing the First Amendment to make its case