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January 2017

New Report Details Scary Vulnerabilities in Popular Printers

A team of researchers claim to have discovered numerous security vulnerabilities in at least 20 network printer models by major name brands. According to the findings, one of the potential exploits could allow hackers to easily steal information that was only intended to be printed as a hard copy. Read …

Remains of the Day: Google Chrome for iOS is Now Open Source

Today Google announced that the code behind Chrome for iOS will now be accessible as part of the Chromium project. The desktop browser has long been based on open-source code but the complexity of the iOS version kept it separate, until now. That and more in today’s news. Read more… from …

Adequate Man What Is The Worst Bodily Fluid To Clean Up?

Adequate Man What Is The Worst Bodily Fluid To Clean Up? | The Slot Did Paul Ryan Just Call This Press Conference a ‘Waste of My Fucking Time’? [Updated] | Gizmodo First Genetic Results From Scott Kelly’s Year In Space Reveal DNA Mysteries | The Root Why the Muslim Ban Matters to Black People …

Trump Decides the Cyber Will Be Fixed Another Day

President Trump was scheduled to sign an executive order on cybersecurity today, following a “listening session” with cybersecurity experts. That signing was abruptly canceled, with no reason given. Read more… from Gizmodo http://ift.tt/2jSCDJW

Tensorflow RC 1.0 Released, Android Optimizations Among New Features

Feature Image Displays Picture A in the Style of Famous Paintings B,C, and D – Image Credit: Google Research Blogs Tensorflow – an open-source neural network platform from the Google Brain team – has made available the release candidate for version 1.0 of its increasingly popular machine learning platform. Some of the …