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This might be the most ambitious Pokemon Go hack to date

One of the most fascinating aspects of the Pokemon Go phenomenon has been the determination of some very dedicated players to find ways to cheat the system. We've seen maps filled with Pokemon, hacks that require jailbreaks, and even players...Show More Summary

More efficient way to write data into non-volatile memory devices improves performance

A scheme to write data into next generation memory chips has been developed. The proposal requires considerably fewer resources to write data safely into memory -- even during a system failure.

PS4 system update beta sign-ups now live

PS4 players can sign up to be an early tester for the platform's upcoming software update. According to the US PlayStation Blog, the beta test will begin in early August and signing up requires a master PlayStation Network account. It's...Show More Summary

Fighting Counterfeits Is Critical For Alibaba

Recently, Alibaba unveiled a new online platform that is aimed at streamlining the process required to track and remove fake goods on its e-commerce platforms. Termed as the Intellectual Property-Joint Force System, this tool will give participating brands an online portal and account manager to better facilitate the removal of [...]

What institutionalized racism looks like inside our system of education

4 days agoLifestyle / Parenting : Dooce

"She trusted us to have his best interest at heart and she trusted us to know the care he required. Calling the police for him was wrong, it was a mistake, and it was racist."

End Of An Era: The Rise And Fall Of The Petrodollar System

Submitted by Claudio Grass via Acting-Man.com, The Transition “The chaos that one day will ensue from our 35-year experiment with worldwide fiat money will require a return to money of real value. We will know that day is approaching when oil-producing countries demand gold, or its equivalent, for their oil rather than dollars or euros. Show More Summary

American Police Conduct “Three Block War” All Over The Land Of Promise

At SWJ one writer is advocating that the police conduct “three block war” over America. There is more required for such a system to work than just an information operations cell. Police have to be trained to recognize what should be reported, be it good or bad. Twenty years ago, the Marine Corps began a […]

U.S. transportation head to carmakers: Focus on safety, not coolness, with autonomous tech

It seems like something that didn't need to be said. That is, until two Tesla vehicles crashed — and one driver died — with the semi-autonomous driving system engaged. SEE ALSO: German lawmakers want to require black boxes for autonomous cars, report says U.S. Show More Summary

STYR Labs’ wearable fitness system features customized vitamin deliveries

Nutrition has been something of a missing link in the world of heath wearables. At best, some devices feature a system that requires users to manually enter what they’ve eaten over the course of a day. On a whole, however, what we eat doesn’t get nearly as much scrutiny as the ways in which we attempt to burn it off. STYR Labs is offering an interesting take on issue,… Read More

Demand-Side Resources are Key to System Flexibility

The National Renewable Energy Lab has a great paper titled Flexibility in 21st Century Power Systems. The paper addresses three grid requirements to accommodate increasing numbers of variable generation resources like wind and solar energy.

Are humans ready for self-driving cars?

Automakers are in the process of adding increasingly automated systems that effectively drive cars in some or most circumstances, but still require the driver as a backup in case the vehicle encounters a situation unanticipated by its engineers. Continue reading ? The post Are humans ready for self-driving cars? appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Kia Sorento earns Top Safety Pick Plus rating for 2017 [Video]

last weekVehicles / Cars : Leftlane

The 2016 model already aced all crash tests, however it lacked an available automatic-braking system required for the 'Plus' designation.

Nintendo to Re-release Original NES (but no cartridge blowing required!)

My childhood is full of video game memories.  Super Mario Brothers, Duck Tales, Kirby’s Adventure, Mappyland…. I could go on. When we all grew up and went our separate ways, we had to split up our video game systems.  I didn’t end up with the NES. Show More Summary

DC: Metro Lags on Federal Safety Actions

The Metrorail system in Washington, D.C., still has to complete 600 actions required by a federal oversight board in order to fix safety defects, according to the latest data.

Gear Review: Peak Design Capture Camera Clip & Shell

My biggest hesitation prior to entering into the world of photography was finding a suitable carrying system.  I’ll hike through hunger for an hour or more if I don’t have a snack in my hip pocket simply because it requires me stopping and opening my pack.  Same goes for applying bug spray, SPF, or adding /......

Razer OSVR Hacker Developer Kit 1.4 Review

The Razer OSVR HDK 1.4 offers VR on a budget. The HMD features a lower resolution than the typical VR systems, which lowers the GPU requirements for VR gaming, but can a 60Hz 1080p display really deliver a compelling VR experience?

Africa: The feed situation in Kenya and Tanzania

There are numerous systemic issues that constrain the growth of the African feed industry. A common vision for governments and the industry is required to address the challenge and to put policies and standards in place that will drive the process to integrate and consolidate based on a level playing field that guarantees fair competition and credible standards and enforcement.

The Hidden Consequences of Food Waste

I've spent much of my working life digging into the problem of waste. One of the most important things I've learned is that solving our waste problem requires we look at the whole system, not just our own contribution to it. Sometimes...Show More Summary

Researchers devise secure, efficient anonymity network

A new anonymity scheme has been presented by experts that provides strong security guarantees but uses bandwidth much more efficiently than its predecessors. In experiments, the researchers' system required only one-tenth as much time as existing systems to transfer a large file between anonymous users.

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