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August 10, 2023
Inside MIT’s nuclear reactor laboratory
By Casey Crownhart | |
MIT’s research reactor was built in the 1950s, and its
The 21 Best Shows on Max (aka HBO Max) Right Now
Max (previously HBO Max) might be one of the greatest
Amid Sextortion’s Rise, Computer Scientists Tap A.I. to Identify Risky Apps
By Tripp Mickle | |
Almost weekly, Brian Levine, a computer scientist at the University
UK cybersecurity giant NCC Group is making more layoffs
By Carly Page | |
U.K. cybersecurity giant NCC Group has confirmed it’s making more
Human-plus-AI solutions mitigate security threats
This greatly expanded attack surface can spell bad news for
New York rolls out statewide cybersecurity strategy
By David Jones | |
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul unveiled the state’s first cybersecurity
Generative AI Is Making Companies Even More Thirsty for Your Data
By Will Knight | |
Zoom, the company that normalized attending business meetings in your
4 ways organizations can take back the advantage from attackers
By Matt Kapko | |
LAS VEGAS – Kelly Shortridge is on a mission —
Sweden Is Not Staying Neutral in Russia’s Information War
By Steven Lee Myers | |
Facing a tsunami of disinformation about the treatment of Muslims
What technology you need in an emergency kit during natural disasters
By Heather Kelly | |
Comment on this storyCommentOn good days, your smartphone is for
Jeli is bringing generative AI to incident report analysis
By Ron Miller | |
When a major system incident occurs, there is a ton
The Download: medical ethics, and AI watermarks
By Charlotte Jee | |
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides
Here Come the Robotaxis | WIRED
By Lauren Goode, Michael Calore | |
Tech companies have been touting self-driving cars as the future
Dozens of Children Die in Hot Cars Each Year. Back-Seat Sensors Could Save Them.
By Michael Levenson | |
Ever since Tyler Cestia left his son Thomas in his
How to make Slack less annoying and more productive for work
By Danielle Abril | |
Comment on this storyCommentRussell Handorf says there’s one sound he
VLGE opens SDK for its no-code virtual world builder aimed at fashion, beauty and art industries
By Mike Butcher | |
We’ve seen the rise of no-code and low-code platforms being
A Clever Honeypot Tricked Hackers Into Revealing Their Secrets
By Matt Burgess | |
Plenty of people tried to access the system. Over the
Twitter fined for failing to turn over Trump’s data in Jan. 6 probe
By Rachel Weiner | |
Comment on this storyCommentThe social media company Twitter was forced
SAEKI’s “microfactories” help large manufacturing scale up
By Catherine Shu | |
The architecture, engineering and construction industries involve giant concrete molds
China is escalating its war on kids’ screen time
By Zeyi Yang | |
(One important caveat I should note: Jeremy Daum, a senior
Hackers Rig Casino Card-Shuffling Machines for ‘Full Control’ Cheating
By Andy Greenberg | |
In September last year, a scandal blew up the world
Disney’s Hotstar loses 12.5 million subscribers in a quarter amid cricket shortfall
By Manish Singh | |
Disney+ Hotstar lost nearly a fourth of its customer base,
The Download: the promise of stem cell treatments, and China’s screen time crackdown
By Charlotte Jee | |
When covid-19 began to spread, countries closed businesses and told
Panasonic Warns That IoT Malware Attack Cycles Are Accelerating
By Lily Hay Newman | |
Internet-of-things devices have been plagued by security issues and unfixed