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Wrong dropdown menu selection led to false missile warning
Around 8:05 a.m., the Hawaii emergency employee initiated the internal test, according to a timeline released by the state. From a drop-down menu on a computer program, he saw two options: "Test missile alert" and "Missile alert". He was supposed to choose the former; as (...)
[OSNews]

Computers are getting better than humans at reading
Artificial intelligence programs built by Alibaba and Microsoft just bested humans in a Stanford University reading comprehension test.
[CNN Money]

Reading disks from 1988 in 2018
I used an Apple IIe computer throughout high school and into my second year in college, before I bought a Mac SE. That following summer I sold the Apple IIe and everything that came with it - the monitor, floppy drives, and dot-matrix printer - and pocketed the cash. What I was left with were (...)
[OSNews]

Europe puts 1bn euros into supercomputer research
The Commission wants to spend 1bn euros on machines far faster than existing supercomputers
[BBC]

Europe puts 1bn euros into supercomputer research
The Commission wants to spend 1bn euros on machines far faster than existing supercomputers
[BBC News]

Ohio man indicted for creating malware to spy on Americans for 13 years
He allegedly accessed thousands of computers and spied through webcams and microphones.
[CNN Money]

CES 2018: Hands-on with HTC's untethered VR headset
HTC debuted an adaptor that allows Vive users to play untethered from the computer. The brand also announced a new, higher-end VR headset. Dave Lee gave it a go.
[BBC News]

CES 2018: Hands-on with HTC's untethered VR headset
HTC debuted an adaptor that allows Vive users to play untethered from the computer. The brand also announced a new, higher-end VR headset. Dave Lee gave it a go.
[BBC]

An 8-tube module from a 1954 IBM mainframe examined
IBM's vacuum tube computers of the 1950s were built from pluggable modules, each holding eight tubes and the associated components. I recently came across one of these modules so I studied its circuitry. This particular module implements five contact debouncing circuits, used to clean up input (...)
[OSNews]

The computer chip debacle: Businesses are scrambling
Spectre and Meltdown, two flaws in the basic building blocks of billions of computing devices, are haunting the internet.
[CNN Money]

Chip hacks: How much is your device at risk?
Two major security flaws leave millions of computers at risk, but how much should you worry?
[BBC News]

Chip hacks: How much is your device at risk?
Two major security flaws leave millions of computers at risk, but how much should you worry?
[BBC]

Meltdown and Spectre: How chip hacks work
Here's why computer processors are vulnerable to hackers thanks to two recently discovered bugs.
[BBC News]

Meltdown and Spectre: How chip hacks work
Here's why computer processors are vulnerable to hackers thanks to two recently discovered bugs.
[BBC]

Intel, ARM and AMD chip scare: What you need to know
Laptop and PC users are at risk of data breaches after researchers found flaws with computer chips.
[BBC]

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