NSA records to be destroyed, Google complies with EU directive, The EM drive could be real, and air-gapped computers hacked to transmit data.
Who knew that hackers would need to know morse code one day. Geekdays did.
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- BBC Light Programme (en.wikipedia.org).
- Wil Wheaton (en.wikipedia.org).
- Rachel Miner (en.wikipedia.org).
- Eris (dwarf planet) (en.wikipedia.org).
- The NSA will soon stop examining millions of Americans’ calling records (businessinsider.com).
- Google+ and YouTube are finally splitting up | The Verge (theverge.com).
- Google tells its publisher partners to comply with EU cookie directive | ITworld (itworld.com).
- This post has no title. (hacked.com).
- Israeli researchers compromise isolated network with dumbphones (engadget.com).
- NASA shows off the International Space Station in glorious 4K (engadget.com).
- Intel, Micron claim a new class of memory between flash and DRAM | ITworld (itworld.com).
- A PS4 mouse and keyboard, just in time for ‘Black Ops 3’ (engadget.com).
- Not even ‘a shitload’ of Fallout 4 Pip-Boy Editions is enough for the world | GamesRadar (gamesradar.com).
- Dragon Quest XI Announced for PS4, 3DS and Nintendo NX (kotaku.com).
- Mr. Robot TV Show Now Uses BackTrack Linux’s Successor, Kali Linux, for Hacking (linux.softpedia.com).
- Verizon will sell HBO Now directly to wireless and FiOS subscribers as Apple’s exclusivity expires | 9to5Mac (9to5mac.com).
- This post has no title. (geekdays.reddit.com).
- This post has no title. (patreon.com).