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Google+ to Shut Down After 500,000 PeopleâEUR(TM)s Personal Details Exposed
Science & Tech  (tags: internet, computer, computers )

Glenn
- 4 days ago - newscientist.com
The social network Google+ is shutting down for regular users, after it discovered a flaw in March that exposed personal information of up to 500,000 people
NASA: "Hubble Space Telescope Malfunction Won't Last Long"
Science & Tech  (tags: NASA's fleet, Hubble Space Telesciope, Malfunction, Gyro, Will be corrected, safe mode, astronomy, computer, discovery, Gizmos, humans, interesting, nasa, news, space, technology )

Fiona
- 5 days ago - space.com
The telescope went into safe mode because of a failure in one of the instrument's gyroscopes, which steer Hubble and ensure it can get a steady view of space. according to the NASA statement. Please note, comment, and forward.
Massive Facebook Data Breach Left 50 Million Accounts Exposed
Science & Tech  (tags: computer, computers, internet, tech, technology, NewTechnology )

Glenn
- 12 days ago - newscientist.com
Facebook has suffered the biggest hack in its history. It left the personal details of 50 million accounts exposed, including Mark Zuckerberg's
Basics of Life Discovered on SaturnâEUR(TM)s Moon Enceladus - Video
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, astronomy, computer, computers, concept, design, discovery, environment, history, humans, interesting, life, nasa, research, science, scientists, study, tech, technology, space )

Caree
- 105 days ago - msn.com
By analyzing old data from a dead spacecraft, scientists have found that SaturnâEUR(TM)s moon Enceladus may be the most promising place to search for life beyond Earth. For the first time, complex organic molecules were discovered in the icy plumes erupting
From Live Science: Russia's Floating Nuclear Power Plant
Science & Tech  (tags: Russian floating nuclear power plant, being moved to Alaskan Waters from Danis, Live Science, climate, computer, energy, history, humans, news, NewTechnology, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 145 days ago - livescience.com
Photo credit Live Science.. Russia's got a floating nuclear plant on a barge, and it's heading for the Bering Strait âEUR" just a short hop from Alaska. This is the world's first floating nuclear power plant.
From Space.Com: Antares Rocket Launches NASA Cargo To Space Station
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, nasa, antares rocket, Space Station, computer, humans, interesting, internet, news, science, scientists )

Fiona
- 146 days ago - space.com
The Antares rocket launched an uncrewed Cygnus cargo ship at 4:44 a.m. EDT (0844 GMT) from Pad-0A of NASA's Wallops Flight Facility here, and successfully reached orbit 9 minutes later. Launch video on site.
GoogleâEUR(TM)s Duplex Raises the Question: Should Robots Sound Robotic?
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, tech, NewTechnology, internet, Gizmos, computers, computer )

Glenn
- 150 days ago - singularityhub.com
Given the privacy and ethics funk the tech industry finds itself in, and peopleâEUR(TM)s general unease about AI, the main reaction to Google DuplexâEUR(TM)s impressive demo was concern. The voice sounded too natural.
From Live Science: Kilauea Volcano Could Launch 10-Ton Ballistic Boulders In Explosion
Science & Tech  (tags: Kilauea Volcano, Ballistic Boulders, Explosion, Video, computer, energy, habitat, humans, investigation, news, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 156 days ago - livescience.com
Rockfalls and trapped lava could launch 10-ton "ballistic rocks" at Hawaii's fiery Kilauea volcano, officials at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said yesterday (May 9). Explanatory video on site. Please note, comment, and forward.
Supercomputers Tackle Antibiotic-Resistant 'Superbugs'
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, tech, NewTechnology, computers, computer, health, medicine )

Glenn
- 170 days ago - blogs.discovermagazine.com
Computer simulations are a new tool to fight antibiotic-resistant microbes.
MIT's New Voiceless Interface Can Read the Words in Your Head
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, tech, NewTechnology, Gizmos, computers, computer )

Glenn
- 186 days ago - singularityhub.com
The device contains electrodes that pick up neuromuscular signals, which are released when the user thinks of a certain word, silently âEUR~sayingâEUR(TM) it inside his or her head.
Space.Com: Powerful Solar Wind From Hole In The Sun Pumps Up Auroras
Science & Tech  (tags: Solar Wind, Hole In Sun, Auroras, Communications, Disruption, NASA, astronomy, computer, discovery, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, investigation, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 186 days ago - space.com
A massive "hole" on the surface of the sun has unleashed a strong solar wind that scientists say may amp up the northern lights in some areas of the U.S. and could disrupt satellite communications over the next few days.
Space.Com: Ariane 5 Rocket Launches Satellites For Japan And UK
Science & Tech  (tags: Ariane 5, Launch, 4-5-2018, Communications Satellites, Japan, UK, French Guastronomy, computer, discovery, Gizmos, habitat, history, humans, interesting, investigation, internet, NewTechnology, science, scientists, technology, world )

Fiona
- 191 days ago - space.com
4-5-2018: European rocket will launched 2 communications satellites. If all goes well, the Ariane 5 will deliver the DSN-1/Superbird-8 and HYLAS 4 satellites to geostationary transfer orbit high above Earth.
From Space.Com: What Are The Next Big Pieces Of Space Junk To Fall To Earth
Science & Tech  (tags: Tiangong, NASA, Space, Space Junk, astronomy, computer, Gizmos, history, humans, interesting, investigation, news, science, scientists, space, study, world )

Fiona
- 194 days ago - space.com
Not all space junk is orbiting in a circular path, though. Almost on the same day as the PSLV is expected to re-enter, part of a half-ton (440 kg) European rocket, an Ariane 5, will be heading for Earth,
IBM's New Computer Is the Size of a Grain of Salt and Costs Less Than 10 Cents
Science & Tech  (tags: technology, tech, NewTechnology, computers, computer )

Glenn
- 201 days ago - singularityhub.com
The miniaturization of electronics has been progressing steadily for decades, but IBM just took a major leap. The company has created what it's calling the world's smallest computer.
 

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