By : admin

first_img Tags 0 Post a comment Share your voicecenter_img Tech Industry Hackers and security researchers at the Black Hat and Defcon conferences in Las Vegas this week tackled everything from election security to misinformation campaigns to Android malware that comes preinstalled on your devices.Meanwhile, Samsung grabbed the spotlight by unveiling its Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus phones alongside a superthin Galaxy Book S laptop. It was also a big week for weird science news, like tardigrades on the moon, the discovery of a prehistoric dog-size parrot and Jupiter getting slammed by something massive.Amid it all were the following stories you don’t want to miss.What a security researcher learned from monitoring traffic at DefconHe spent thousands on a data-collecting monstrosity to figure out why people considered the security conference’s network dangerous. Mike Spicer Government officials blocked his website, so he went over their headsMehdi Yahyanejad uses an innovative technology to get past internet censorship in Iran and bring information to poor and isolated communities in Mexico. roadtrip-mehdi11 Marta Franco/CNET Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G is the latest proof that 5G isn’t for you — yetAT&T may be vindicated in withholding its 5G service from consumers so far.003-samsung-galaxy-note-10-plus-5g Sarah Tew/CNET My e-bike brush with deathA crowded Manhattan street, an unprotected bike lane and the high-tech helmet that saved my life.27-joey-bike-helmet-accident Sarah Tew/CNET Those robocall blocker apps are hanging up on your privacyIf you downloaded an app to block spam calls, its privacy policy is likely giving up your personal information.Women use mobile application software on smartphone phone Getty Images You have Samsung’s original Galaxy Note to thank for your big phone screenSamsung’s original Galaxy Note is why the iPhone XS Max and other big-screen phones exist.samsung-galaxy-note-8688 James Martin/CNET Woodstock at 50: Five weird facts about the world’s most famous music festivalBelieve it or not, the media had to explain words like “grooving” to the less hip. And even in 1969, Woodstock’s future was unsure.Hippy Bus Getty Images President Trump wants social media to catch shooters before they strike. It’s going to be hardArtificial intelligence isn’t there yet.President Trump Delivers Remarks On The Weekend's  Mass Shootings Getty Images Getting the best Wi-Fi speeds from your ISP? Here’s the fine printThrottling? Hidden fees? Data caps? Here’s a rundown on how all of the major ISPs in the US manage their networks.tp-link-router-8 Chris Monlast_img

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *