Just when you thought it was safe to use Mac OS X, along comes another privilege exploit. And just when you were getting frustrated with attempting to use your WiFi hotspot at a hotel, the FCC comes along to tell you’re being jammed. And they’re going to do something about it. All this and more, on Geekdays.
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- Google Green Blog: Project Sunroof: mapping the planet’s solar energy potential, one rooftop at a time (googlegreenblog.blogspot.com).
- Google Delays Pilot Of Ara Modular Smartphone Till 2016 | TechCrunch (techcrunch.com).
- Google brings Android One devices to Africa (engadget.com).
- This post has no title. (engadget.com).
- FCC fines company $750,000 for blocking Wi-Fi hotspots | The Verge (theverge.com).
- Teenager Finds OS X 10.10.5 Zero-Day Vulnerability, in His Spare Time | The Mac Security Blog (intego.com).
- New Zero-Day memory injection vulnerability discovered in OS X | MacIssues (macissues.com).
- Inflatable, 20km tall ‘space elevator’ could replace rockets (Wired UK) (wired.co.uk).
- Double Fine, InXile, and Obsidian bigwigs create Kickstarter competitor for games — with equity for backers | GamesBeat | Games | by Mike Minotti (venturebeat.com).
- Support CSICON creating a podcast network (patreon.com).
- This post has no title. (geekdays.reddit.com).