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Security error leaves NY airport servers unprotected for a year

25 February, by David Lumb[ —]
In this day and age, hacks and subsequent leaks of user data would seemingly shock everyone into keeping their security up to date. Not so for New Yorks Stewart International Airport, located 60 miles north of Manhattan, which left its server backup...

Twitch will let you change your username every two months

25 February, by Timothy J. Seppala[ —]
Starting today, you can change your Twitch username. Whats more, you can do it every 60 days, and, seemingly as a shot at Microsoft and Xbox Live, it wont cost you a dime to swap from "FluffyJungle9991" to something a thats easier to commit to mem...

First Unity-built cartoon proves the engine isn't just for games

25 February, by Derrick Rossignol[ —]
As the NBAs eSports league proves, video games are quickly becoming mainstream. Games are having a moment, and so are the tools used to make them. Case in point, the Unity game engine recently reached a big milestone. French animated show Mr. Carton...

Uber's credibility crisis is getting harder to avoid

25 February, by Richard Lawler[ —]
The latest ripple effect from recent reports of ingrained sexism within Uber is that the engineer who originally wrote about them now says someone is trying to dig up dirt on her. Susan Fowler tweeted that "Research for the smear campaign has begun,"...

Elon Musk thinks unions are bad for Tesla

25 February, by David Lumb[ —]
Last night, tunneling fan CEO Elon Musk sent an email to Tesla employees firing back against allegations of poor working conditions and low pay. He rebutted claims made by Jose Moran, a production worker at the companys Fremont factory, that mandato...

FCC head puts the brakes on new ISP privacy rules

25 February, by Andrew Dalton[ —]
In the latest chip at net neutrality, Federal Communications Commission has Chairman Ajit Pai has moved to put a halt to a set of privacy rules designed to shield customers personal data from internet service providers.

Facebook claims a technical error automatically logged users out

25 February, by Timothy J. Seppala[ —]
Were you logged out of Facebook earlier today? You werent alone. A rash of folks were signed out of their account and some were told that their accounts may have been compromised. As such, the social network locked access and sent out password reset...

Google is shutting down Spaces

24 February, by Andrew Dalton[ —]
Googles oh-so-brief Spaces experiment didnt even last a year before the company decided to shut it down. According to a note from the Spaces team today, theyve made a "tough decision" and the group-sharing social network will lock down in read-onl...

How used cars became a security nightmare

24 February, by Violet Blue[ —]
Application security for connected cars is far less mature than anyone should be comfortable with. This was clear at the RSA information security conference last week in San Francisco, where two presentations demonstrated different ways cars can be r...

'Halo' will bring back local multiplayer

24 February, by Timothy J. Seppala[ —]
When I critiqued Halo 5: Guardians, the lack of split-screen co-op was low on my list of gripes with the game. But thats not to say it wasnt a problem. In the lead-up to the 2015 games release, developer 343 Industries crowed that there were no sa...

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