A newly published “exploit chain” for Nvidia Tegra X1-based systems seems to describe an apparently unpatchable method for running arbitrary code on all currently available Nintendo Switch consoles.
1993: NCSA Mosaic 1.0, the first web browser to achieve popularity among the general public, is released. With it, the web as we know it begins to flourish. The web in the early 1990s was mostly text. People were posting images, photos, and audio or video clips on web pages.
Inflexion Private Equity has struck a deal to buy both Energy Helpline and UK Web Media, which compares mobile phones, to create the UK’s first super-comparison site across the full homes services market.
Data from the Census Bureau and the IRS show the average age of successful business founders is 42. From left: Mark Zuckerberg, Steve Jobs, and Bill Gates started Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft in their 20s, but new research suggests that founders in their 40s are more successful.
SAN FRANCISCO — On Amazon, customer comments can help a product surge in popularity. The online retail giant says that more than 99 percent of its reviews are legitimate because they are written by real shoppers who aren’t paid for them.
There have been a lot of inaccurate reports that the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality will officially go into effect today, April 23rd. That’s not true. It’s a bit more complicated than that. It’s understandable many journalists are confused by this. It’s legitimately confusing.
Of course, the higher the “very satisfied” responses, the better a product probably is.
Big banks are making it easy to zap money to your friends. Maybe too easy. Zelle, a service that allows bank customers to instantly send money to their acquaintances, is booming. Thousands of new users sign up every day. Some $75 billion zoomed through Zelle’s network last year.