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The fourth Industrial revolution emerges from AI and the Internet of Things
IoT has arrived on the factory floor with the force of Kool-Aid Man exploding through walls.
3 hrs ago | Ars Technica site

Cloudflare aims to make HTTPS certificates safe from BGP hijacking attacks
Free service prevents BGP hijackers from fraudulently obtaining browser-trusted certs.
3 hrs ago | Ars Technica site

Federal bill would allow clean energy companies to structure like oil companies
In the meantime, IEA says value of subsidies for fossil fuels has increased.
18 hrs ago | Ars Technica site

AT&T cuts another 1,800 jobs as it finishes fiber-Internet buildout
1,800 new job cuts in addition to 23,000 AT&T jobs cut since December 2017.
19 hrs ago | Ars Technica site

Russia warns of cyberwar following report the US attacked its power grid
NYT reported on US efforts to insert malware into Russia's energy infrastructure.
19 hrs ago | Ars Technica site

We are very sorryBoeing division CEO apologizes for 737 Max deaths
Planes remain grounded as Boeing continues work on a software fix.
21 hrs ago | Ars Technica site

Hackers behind dangerous oil and gas intrusions are probing US power grids
Group responsible for safety tampering Triconex malware has expanded, researchers say.
3 days ago | Ars Technica site

Cable companies can save money now that DOCSIS 3.1 upgrade is mostly done
Broadband investment happens in cyclesdespite what the FCC tells you.
4 days ago | Ars Technica site

Target's same-day deliveries might break my Amazon Prime addiction
I tried Target's new same-day delivery serviceit was fantastic.
4 days ago | Ars Technica site

Ajit Pai says NOAA and NASA are wrong about 5G harming weather forecasts
Pai tells Congress that NOAA warnings are based on bad data.
5 days ago | Ars Technica site

If you haven't patched Vim or NeoVim text editors, you really, really should
Sandbox escape in the ancient text editors lets attackers get a reverse shell.
5 days ago | Ars Technica site

Group to fund and operate first hydrogen fuel ferry fleet in the US
Investment group is also exploring refueling infrastructure.
6 days ago | Ars Technica site

Huawei cancels MateBook laptop launch because of US export ban
MateBook launch cancelled for this weekand may not happen at all.
6 days ago | Ars Technica site

I'll be passing on Google's new 2fa for logins on iPhones and iPads. Here's why
If using Android to log in to Google from an iPad sounds complicated...
6 days ago | Ars Technica site

Researchers discover Fishwrap influence campaign recycling old terror news
Over 215 social media accounts tied to effort to get followers through disinformation.
6 days ago | Ars Technica site

Google Stadia in 4K might push you past your home-Internet data cap
At Google Stadia's recommended speed for 4K, you'd use 1TB in 65 hours.
6 days ago | Ars Technica site

Researchers use Rowhammer bit flips to steal 2048-bit crypto key
RAMBleed side-channel attack works even when DRAM is protected by error-correcting code.
7 days ago | Ars Technica site

As summer heats up, Calif. utility starts cutting power to prevent wildfires
New "public safety power shutoffs" will be more common due to climate change.
8 days ago | Ars Technica site

The Catch-22 that broke the Internet
Google's big outage also blocked access to the tools Google needed to fix it.
10 days ago | Ars Technica site

BGP event sends European mobile traffic through China Telecom for 2 hours
Improper leak to Chinese-government-owned telecom lasts up to two hours.
10 days ago | Ars Technica site