Australian Police Use Telcos For Cell "Tower Dump" of All Connected Users Data

AHuxley (892839) writes The Sydney Morning Herald is reporting that Australian federal and state police are using a no warrant cell phone tower metadata access technique called a "tower dump". A "tower dump" provides the identity,

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A Measure of Your Team's Health: How You Treat Your "Idiot"

Esther Schindler (16185) writes "Every team has someone who at the bottom of its bell curve: an individual who has a hard time keeping up with other team members. How your team members treat that person is a significant indicator of your organization's health.

Freecode Freezeup

LeadSongDog (1120683) writes The venerable Freecode site has today gone static, blaming low traffic. No new content is being accepted, but they continue to serve existing content. They recommend projects consider moving to Sourceforge. Probably obvious,

The Government Can No Longer Track Your Cell Phone Without a Warrant

Jason Koebler (3528235) writes The government cannot use cell phone location data as evidence in a criminal proceeding without first obtaining a warrant, an appeals court ruled today, in one of the most important privacy decisions in recent memory. "In short,

Google Chrome Flaw Sets Your PC's Mic Live

First time accepted submitter AllTheTinfoilHats (3612007) writes "A security flaw in Google Chrome allows any website you visit with the browser to listen in on nearby conversations. It doesn't allow sites to access your microphone's audio,

The Hidden Cost of Your New Xfinity Router

An anonymous reader writes "The battle over Comcast's public WiFi network that is hosted on your cable modem continues. Comcast responded to Speedify's earlier power measurements by rushing them a new Cisco cable modem. The new modem proved to be more power hungry than the last,

Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones,

Lawrence Lessig Answers Your Question About His Mayday PAC, Part 2 (Video)

The original Mayday PAC goal was to raise $1 million. Now Larry is working on a second -- and more ambitious -- goal: To raise $5 million by July 4. We called for your questions on June 23, and you sent a bunch of them. This time, instead of using email, we used Google Hangout to ask via video,

Google's Satellites Could Soon See Your Face From Space

Jason Koebler (3528235) writes Two months ago, after much lobbying by the biggest satellite company in North America, DigitalGlobe, the US government relaxed restrictions to allow for commercially available satellite imagery up to 25 cm resolution—twice as detailed as the previous limit of 50 cm.

Neanderthals Ate Their Veggies

sciencehabit (1205606) writes "Scientists excavating an archaeological site in southern Spain have finally gotten the real poop on Neanderthals, finding that the Caveman Diet for these quintessential carnivores included substantial helpings of vegetables.

F-Secure: Xiaomi Smartphones Do Secretly Steal Your Data

They may be well reviewed and China's new top selling phone, but reader DavidGilbert99 writes with reason to be cautious about Xiaomi's phones:

Supreme Court Gives Tacit Approval To Warrantless DNA Collection

An anonymous reader writes On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to review a case involving the conviction of a man based solely on the analysis of his "inadvertently shed" DNA.

What Would Minecraft 2 Look Like Under Microsoft?

An anonymous reader writes "Microsoft spent billions purchasing Mojang, the studio behind the game Minecraft, and while it's unlikely to start work on a sequel anytime soon, rather than continue development of the game, it's worth considering what a Minecraft 2 will look like. After all,

Why We Should Stop Hiding File-Name Extensions

An anonymous reader writes 14 years after the Anna Kournikova virus took advantage of users' ignorance about file-name extensions in order to wreak worldwide havoc,

Khronos Group Announces Vulkan To Compete Against DirectX 12

Phopojijo writes The Khronos Group has announced the Vulkan API for compute and graphics. Its goal is to compete against DirectX 12. It has some interesting features,

Inside the North Korean Data Smuggling Movement

Sparrowvsrevolution writes A new Wired magazine story goes inside the North Korean rebel movement seeking to overthrow Kim Jong-un by smuggling USB drives into the country packed with foreign television and movies. As the story describes, one group has stashed USB drives in Chinese cargo trucks.

NVIDIA Fixes Old Compiz Bug

jones_supa writes NVIDIA has fixed a long-standing issue in the Ubuntu Unity desktop by patching Compiz. When opening the window of a new application, it would go black or become transparent on NVIDIA hardware. There have been bug reports dating back to Ubuntu 12.10 times.

Hillary Clinton Used Personal Email At State Dept., Possibly Breaking Rules

HughPickens.com writes: The NY Times reports that Hillary Rodham Clinton exclusively used a personal email account to conduct government business as secretary of state, according to State Department officials.

US Arrests Son of Russian MP In Maldives For Hacking

First time accepted submitter ugen (93902) writes "The son of a Russian lawmaker has been arrested by the U.S. on charges of selling credit card information he stole by hacking into the computers of American retailers. Roman Seleznev, 30, was arrested overseas by the U.S.

Blue Shield Leaks 18,000 Doctors' Social Security Numbers

itwbennett (1594911) writes "The Social Security numbers of roughly 18,000 California physicians and health-care providers were inadvertently made public after a slip-up at health insurance provider Blue Shield of California, the organization said Monday.

US Arrests Son of Russian MP In Maldives For Hacking

First time accepted submitter ugen (93902) writes "The son of a Russian lawmaker has been arrested by the U.S. on charges of selling credit card information he stole by hacking into the computers of American retailers. Roman Seleznev, 30, was arrested overseas by the U.S.

WWDC大会前苹果给开发者提供新版本工具

威锋网消息,苹果在 Mac App Store 发布了免费的 Xcode 工具更新。这是给 Mac、iPhone 和 iPad 应用开发者的开发工具,用于统一用户界面设计,只需在一个窗口就能完成对应用的编码、测试和调试。

约售800元人民币:入门级新机Lumia 530杀到

Windows Phone手机销量最大功臣Lumia 520,已经在全球范围内售出了1200万台。如今微软再接 […]

下一台值得关注的Android平板可能是HTC的Nexus 9

根据《华尔街日报》的报道,HTC即将投入Nexus 9 Android平板电脑的生产。该报道确认了之前的传言,并表示Google将Nexus 9交由HTC生产基本上是板上钉钉的决定。

Space station camera captures ominous video of Super Typhoon Maysak

The International Space Station's High-Definition Earth Viewing (HDEV) experiment captured views of Super Typhoon Maysak from space and broadcasted it live on UstreamAstronauts on board the ISS also took photos of the typhoon,

iOS 惊现大 BUG,用户 iCloud 密码可能泄露

近日一位安全研究人员公布了一份攻击代码。他表示,黑客利用这份代码可以轻松盗取使用最新版 iOS 系统用户的 iCloud 账户密码。

Galaxy A8 应该会成为三星至今为止最薄的智能手机

计划在本月 30 日于国内发布的三星 Galaxy A8,现在已经迫不及待地出现在工信部网站上啦。如果页面内显示的数据无误的话,那这款厚度仅有 5.9mm 的新品,很快将会成为三星史上最薄的智能手机(去年的 A7 有 6.3mm 厚)。

Fantastic Science and Tech Books that Will Reboot Your Brain for Fall

Summer is slipping away fast, but there’s still time to spend a long weekend devouring a book on the beach. And it doesn’t have to be the trashy romance variety:

你知道吗?瑞典或将实现首个“无现金社会”

在过去的几十年时间里,许许多多的经济学家一直在讨论着实现“无现金社会”的可能性,即所有的交易都通过数字交换来执行。

非营利组织为非洲提供太阳能供电的DigiTruck集装箱教室

非洲偏远地区缺乏学校,更不用说那些装备数字化教学设备的学校。因此,采用数字远程教育非常有必要。现在非营利组织Close the Gap将为非洲偏远地区提供名为DigiTruck的太阳能供电移动数字教室。

传言LG将发布虚拟现实新品LG 360 VR

在2015年二月份,Yivian曾报道过LG的头戴式虚虚拟现实眼镜盒VR for G3,这是一款介于三星Gear VR与Google Cardboard之间的虚拟现实设备,与LG的智能手机G3相搭配。时隔一年,美国著名科技媒体Venturebeat记者Evan Blass在国外社交网站Twitter上爆料了LG最新虚拟现实产品LG 360 VR。Evan Blass说,“LG 360 VR。”

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