Prototypes now available for testing Arm has made available for testing prototypes of its Morello architecture, aimed at bringing features into the design of CPUs that provide greater robustness and make them resistant to certain attack vectors. If it performs as expected, it will likely become a fundamental part of future processor designs.… Arm rages against… Continue reading Arm rages against the insecure chip machine with new Morello architecture — The Register
https://www.google.com/maps/embed?pb=%214v1639061032110%216m8%211m7%211sqJDMXY2OMf5uoccfSLXJ5Q%212m2%211d35.66136626724206%212d139.8730573971878%213f151.87546812732816%214f22.52521244923659%215f0.4000000000000002 This hotel room costs less than a deluxe bowl of ramen, but you’d better come prepared. For budget travelers in Japan who’re looking for a cheap place to spend the night, capsule hotels are the first thing that comes to mind, since they often charge less than 5,000 yen (US$43) a night. The downside, though,…… Continue reading Crazy cheap hotel in Tokyo comes with a crazy catch【Photos】 — SoraNews24 -Japan News-
They only “said” they changed the recipe but it’s still the same. In this metaphor, I’m clapping back to Mark Zoidberg and his renaming of the FakeBook to Meta-statis. https://www.vox.com/recode/22761598/facebook-facial-recognition-meta Big announcement this week from the newly renamed FaceBook entity to “meta” by ZuckerburgCo. Facebook is changing the embrace and exploitation of Face Recognition (which… Continue reading Soylent Green is s-t-i-l-l people
Lots of fun with green screen on the BlackMagic Design ATEM Mini Extreme switcher, doing virtual studio “visits” to other youtubers. Much fun is had, and the quality of the key’d in backgrounds is pretty darned good for the price. BMD for the win.
Watchdog finds dubious data gathering, illusory solicitations for consent The US Federal Trade Commission on Thursday said many internet service providers are sharing data about their customers, in defiance of expectations, and are failing to give subscribers adequate choices about whether or how their data is shared.… It’s ‘near-impossible to escape persistent surveillance’ by American ISPs,… Continue reading It’s ‘near-impossible to escape persistent surveillance’ by American ISPs, says FTC — The Register
*Nota Bene: With full credit going to one Mr. Kilgore Trout and his essayist/biographer another Mr. Kurt Vonnegut Jr. (from the book Breakfast of Champions) “Gilgongo!” was about a planet which was unpleasant because there was too much creation going on. The story began with a big party in honor of a man who had wiped out an entire species of darling little panda bears.… Continue reading Gilgongo!
Instant ramen becomes fizzy drinks, and we’ve tried them all so you don’t have to. Just the other day, Nissin, the creators of Cup Noodle, the world’s first-ever instant noodle, came out with their craziest 50th birthday announcement yet: they would be releasing Cup Noodle sodas. That’s right, the esteemed makers of the instant Cup… Cup… Continue reading Cup Noodle Sodas: Culinary innovation or beverage abomination? — SoraNews24 -Japan News-
Firmware-based system recovers encrypted data in seconds, but manufacturers are proving reluctant A team of researchers claim to have come up with an upgrade that makes SSDs impervious to ransomware attacks – detecting infections and reverting unexpected encryption within a matter of seconds, at the cost of a small increase in latency.… Boffins unveil SSD-Insider++, promise… Continue reading Boffins unveil SSD-Insider++, promise ransomware detection and recovery right in your storage — The Register
Shouldn’t the idea of publishing on the web mean generating something that can “echo all around the world”? Once again, my experience shows that if you publish something on an employer’s web site, or a company’s web site, or even in something that just takes away the work of managing web sites, the chances of… What… Continue reading What the Olde Links Say About Domains — CogDogBlog
Feel-good story about a Japanese convenience store becomes one of the most unexpected surprises at the Olympics. If you’ve ever visited Japan, you’ll know just how wonderful its convenience stores are. Unlike a lot of convenience stores overseas, the ones in Japan are warm, clean and inviting, with door chimes to welcome you and a… Canadian… Continue reading Canadian reporter’s love for 7-Eleven steals the show at Tokyo Olympics — SoraNews24 -Japan News-