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Trump signs bill banning Kaspersky Lab software from federal use

Capping off months of controversy, espionage claims and international intrigue, the U.S. government ban on Kaspersky Lab software has been signed into law. The ban, wedged into the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), would preclude all federal computers and connected networks from using antivirus software made by the Russian cybersecurity firm. “Considering the grave risk that Kaspersky Lab poses to our national security, it’s necessary that the current directive to remove Kaspersky Lab software from government computers…

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Watch how a couple makes a Christmas tree with a tire, a plastic bucket, and a PVC pipe / Boing Boing

Watch how this couple made their Christmas tree using a cut-up PVC pipe, a tire, white paint, a plastic bucket, ornaments, and lights – all cheap hardware store items you can probably find in your garage. Retired Mythbuster and maker extraordinaire Adam Savage (previously) gave up on finding a bag to carry everything he needed and designed his own, a white, Gladstone-style toolbag that costs $225 and ships in time for Christmas. READ THE REST Emily Seilhamer upcycled old Starburst…

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This Speech Recognition Tool Helps You Get More Done Faster — Now 60% Off

Typing is unquestionably a staple in our daily lives, but given enough time, even this activity will go the way of floppy disks and dial-up Internet. With Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13, you can tap into the future of productivity thanks to its advanced speech recognition software that lets you get more done faster on your computer. Plus, it’s on sale for 60% off its normal retail price for a limited time.  This time-saving software turns your spoken words into text, allowing you to…

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Quarter of SMEs say digital skills not important for business growth

A quarter of small firms do not believe digital skills are important for their businesses to grow, according to research. A study by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) found that 25% of small firms don’t think digital skills are important for their growth, despite 22% believing that a lack of digital skills within their organisation is preventing them from increasing their digital and online presence. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact…

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Netflix forced to explain its data use after self-important Twitter types have a sense of humour fail

NAUGHTY NETFLIX did a funny on Twitter and now some humourless folks have got a bee in their bonnets, forcing the streaming giant to explain itself. Like every good tale of controversy, we need to go back in time to November when the panned film A Christmas Prince landed on Netflix. Riffing off the social media infamy and celebration the film had collected for being unintentionally dire, Netflix’s US Twitter account tweeted: “To the 53 people who’ve watched A Christmas…

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Guys Attack Rocket To LEGO Super Star Destroyer, Ram It Into A Wall At 67MPH

This is a video of a group of Swedish lads attaching a rocket to the back of a 1.2 meter (4-foot), 3.5kg (~8 pound), 3,152 piece LEGO Super Star Destroyer and crashing it into a wall at over 108km/h (~67MPH) to make it a Super Star Destroyee. That’s certainly one way to disassemble a LEGO set in a hurry. Obviously, this is exactly what I’ve always wanted to do to every single LEGO brick I’ve ever stepped on, except at…

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An auto-tweeting “baby poop” video is worming its way through Twitter

Twitter is seeing a Tuesday rush of spam from an unofficial app claiming itself to be “Twitter Video.” When a user falls for the guise and authorizes the app, it starts auto-tweeting from their account. A fake video titled “Baby Poops in His Onesie, But Dog’s Response Leaves Millions of People in Hysterics” has seemingly resulted in a wave of people falling for the hoax. The spam has affected Clara Jeffery, editor-in-chief of Mother Jones, and others like Dwight Garner,…

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Former Facebook executive: social media is ripping society apart | Technology

A former Facebook executive has said he feels “tremendous guilt” over his work on “tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works”, joining a growing chorus of critics of the social media giant. Chamath Palihapitiya, who was vice-president for user growth at Facebook before he left the company in 2011, said: “The short-term, dopamine-driven feedback loops that we have created are destroying how society works. No civil discourse, no cooperation, misinformation, mistruth.” The remarks, which were…

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MoneyTaker hackers reportedly steal £7.5m from ATMs

Image copyright Reuters Russian-speaking hackers are suspected of stealing nearly $10m (£7.5m) from 20 companies in Russia, the UK and US. The MoneyTaker group removed overdraft limits on debit cards and took money from cash machines, according to a report by cybersecurity firm Group-IB. It also stole documentation for technology used by more than 200 banks in the US and Latin America. The documents could be used in future attacks by the hackers, according to the report. Group-IB has worked…

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Nintendo reportedly looking for new help with mobile games after falling behind schedule

For years Nintendo was against putting any of its iconic video game franchises onto mobile devices. That all changed in September 2016 when the company announced Super Mario Run at an Apple reveal iPhone event. To develop Super Mario Run, Nintendo enlisted long-time China-based smartphone game maker DeNA, the first of a multi-game partnership. Nintendo even acquired a 10 percent stake in DeNA that at the time was valued at $182 million USD. Now, however, the Japanese gaming giant is apparently looking for help with…

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