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DDoS attacks: How an 18-year-old got arrested for trying to knock out systems

Video: Cybercriminals manipulate search results to raid bank accounts Netherlands police’s high-tech crime unit has arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of launching distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks on the Dutch tax authority, tech site Tweakers, and internet service provider Tweak. The police said the teenager, known only as ‘Jelle S’, is also suspected of attacking the online bank Bunq. There is as yet no official word on whether these attacks are tied to those on large Netherlands banks ABN Amro,…

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DJI institutes no-fly zones for its drones around Winter Olympics locations

DJI drone owners looking to get a remote-controlled glimpse of their favorite Olympic skier had best stick to their local stream or broadcast. Throughout the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea this month, drones manufactured by DJI will be restricted by no-fly zones from the opening ceremonies until the event ends.  DJI’s press release says that drone owners located in “Pyeongchang, Gangneung, Bongpyeong and Jeongseon in Gangwon Province” will be affected by the restriction. “DJI’s temporary no-fly zones…

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How to watch the 2018 Olympics in VR

With the XXII Winter Olympics nearly underway in PyeongChang, South Korea, live streaming your favorite events is the easiest way to keep up with the medal count and your favorite athletes. Now Playing: Watch this: Google debuts new Daydream View 1:58 This year, instead of sitting and staring at a flat TV wondering what it’s like to be at the Olympics, put on a virtual reality headset and watch the event in person. Well, kind of. Required hardware You don’t…

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Nintendo Addresses Mario’s Missing Belly Button, Settles Toad Hat vs. Head Debate : Culture : Tech Times

California students raise money for classmate whose Nintendo 3DS was stolen Nintendo finally took the time to answer some of the questions fans wanted to ask about Mario, Toad, and others. A short video featuring Yoshiaki Koizumi provided some of the answers.  ( Timothy A. Clary | AFP/Getty Images ) Nintendo knows how to keep secrets and use them interestingly to tease gamers about upcoming games or products. Now, the company prepared answers instead. Mario is undoubtedly the most iconic…

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Apple’s HomePod Has Arrived. Don’t Rush to Buy It.

Apple’s speaker is certainly an impressive piece of hardware. Audiophiles will appreciate that it has a woofer with a custom amplifier and seven tweeters. The result is a speaker with a deep bass and rich treble that is loud enough to fill a large room with superb sound. HomePod makes the Amazon Echo and Google’s Home sound muffled and tinny in comparison. But Siri on HomePod is embarrassingly inadequate, even though that is the primary way you interact with it.…

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How a killer fled the FBI with a condom and hair remover, in this week’s tabloids / Boing Boing

Tabloid stories usually have some vague, distant relationship with the smallest sliver of a fact, but some are such ludicrous fantasies that they deserve special attention. “Inside Versace Killer’s Bag of Death!” is one such a gem. The National Enquirer tells us, in its trademark ungrammatical style, that the backpack belonging to the fashion designer’s killer Andrew Cunanan “holds key to shocking slaughter!” As the bag’s contents are “unveiled for the first time,” we learn of the “explosive evidence”…

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John Perry Barlow, Bard of the Internet, Dies at 70

When I first met John Perry Barlow, we became instant soulmates. While that sentence is true for me, it also applies to probably 10,000 other people. That was Barlow—whether you were a world-famous avatar of LSD, a stuffy CEO, or the Vice President of the United States, he would win you over with his affable demeanor, arresting observations, and a mordant take on the human condition. He had a unique and compelling credential—“junior lyricist of the Grateful Dead” was the…

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Ancient temple left neglected as Yemen war threatens history

Along a narrow road in Yemen choked by natural gas tankers and heavily armed soldiers lies an ancient temple neglected and threatened in a nation now at war. The Awwam Temple links a region now on the front lines of the Saudi-led war against Shiite rebels to Arabia’s pre-Islamic past, a time of spice caravans and the mysterious Queen of Sheba. Experts fear the temple, as well as other historic and cultural wonders across Yemen beyond those acknowledged by international…

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Three’s ‘Make The Air Fair’ campaign slammed as ‘misleading’ by the ASA

Antennae says they’ll appeal MOBILE NETWORK Three’s campaign to “Make The Air Fair” has had complaints against it upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). The campaign, which featured a mixture of regional press adverts, billboards, internet display ads and sponsored Facebook posts, invited people to “Tell Sharon” (referring to Head of Ofcom, Sharon White) that they supported Three’s stand on mobile spectrum allocation ahead of 5G rollout. “Our airwaves are up for sale. BT already own too much and…

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