A newly uncovered form of stealthy and persistent malware is distributing adware to victims across the world while also allowing attackers to take screenshots of infected machines’ desktops.
Lab-grown meat startups that rely on animal cells to produce beef, poultry and seafood products have caught the eye of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, which has begun the process of regulating the industry.
Amazon has quietly discontinued the hugely popular Mayday feature on its Kindle Fire tablets, according a page on the company’s website spotted by GeekWire. Launched back in 2013, Mayday was a bit like Rick and Morty‘s Meeseeks box.
Federal FCC net neutrality rules expired as of June 11 after a historically unpopular lobbying power play by major ISPs, and many states are now rushing it to try and protect consumers. “Upholding S.B. 822 means upholding a free, open Internet for all Californians,” the EFF notes.
Apple is announcing a new life-saving feature in iOS 12 that hasn’t been publicly disclosed before today. Starting this fall when iOS 12 is released, first responders will be able to access location data “securely and automatically” when iPhone customers call 911.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court will consider whether the purchasers of iPhone apps can sue Apple over allegations it has an illegal monopoly on the sale of the apps. The court said Monday that it will take a case from the U.S.
Dive Brief: On Thursday, the Massachusetts state Senate approved 35-0 a package of energy bills including provisions that would set a 100% renewable energy standard by 2047, remove the state’s net metering caps and increase the state’s energy storage mandate to 2 GW by 2025.
OK, let’s break this down. The Rubik’s Cube is pretty difficult, right? But you’d imagine it might be pretty easy for an artificial intelligence to break down and solve consistently, right?Yes. Kinda.