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When women stopped coding
Modern computer science is dominated by men. But it hasn't always been this way. A lot of computing pioneers - the people who programmed the first digital computers - were women. And for decades, the number of women studying computer science was growing faster than the number of men. But in (...)
[OSNews]

Secret colours of the Commodore 64
This was freaky. When you owned any 8-bit computer, you became intimately familiar with its colour scheme. This simple photograph blew my mind. That blue colour just wasn't possible. According to the caption, by presenting two colours to the eye and alternating them quickly enough, a whole new (...)
[OSNews]

Howard University campus opening at Google
Juniors and seniors at Howard University can study computer science at Google's Mountain View campus this summer.
[CNN Money]

Russian man pleads guilty over $500m malware scam
A Russian man faces up to 10 years in jail for spreading a computer virus that cost victims more than $500m (£401m).
[BBC News]

Russian man pleads guilty over $500m malware scam
A Russian man faces up to 10 years in jail for spreading a computer virus that cost victims more than $500m (£401m).
[BBC]

New brain-inspired cybersecurity system detects 'bad apples' 100 times faster
Cybersecurity is critical — for national security, corporations and private individuals. Sophisticated cybersecurity systems excel at finding “bad apples” in computer networks, but they lack the computing power to identify the threats directly. Instead, they look for general indicators of an (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

New brain-inspired cybersecurity system detects 'bad apples' 100 times faster
Cybersecurity is critical — for national security, corporations and private individuals. Sophisticated cybersecurity systems excel at finding “bad apples” in computer networks, but they lack the computing power to identify the threats directly. Instead, they look for general indicators of an (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

IBM researchers store data in a single atom
The fundamental components of computers are becoming small enough that they are pressing against the boundaries of the familiar world of Newtonian physics. And nowhere is the scale and precision of operation on better display than in hard disk drives, where a trillion bits may fit in a square (...)
[OSNews]

Premier League gets Kodi piracy court order
The Premier League gets the power to block computer servers that power pirated video streams.
[BBC]

Premier League gets Kodi piracy court order
The Premier League gets the power to block computer servers that power pirated video streams.
[BBC News]

Tape reel data recovery from a Polish MERA-400
Around May 2015, Andrea “Mancausoft” Milazzo got in touch with Jakub Filipowicz, a Polish guy involved in MERA-400 computer historical researches; Jakub was writing an emulator of this machine, but the operating system was missing and almost unavailable (details on the mera400.pl website (...)
[OSNews]

KolibriOS stored on DNA
In a paper out this week in Science, researchers Yaniv Erlich and Dina Zielinski report successfully using DNA to store and retrieve "a full computer operating system, movie, and other files". DNA has the potential to provide large-capacity information storage. However, current methods have (...)
[OSNews]

Startup asks why Nigerian engineer detained at JFK
Engineer Celestine Omin from Nigeria was detained at JFK Airport over the weekend and asked to take a complicated computer science test in order to enter the country.
[CNN Money]

AROS adding 64bit and SMP support
After many years of active development, AROS finally seems to be able to 'evolve' the now 30+ years old architecture of the Amiga API. The original Amiga computers from Commodore brought to home users and professionals the first pre-emptive, window based operating system at affordable prices, (...)
[OSNews]

Hacking toasters
How do you make home appliances safe from hackers? Computer security expert Mikko Hypponen has a plan.
[BBC]

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