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Published: Sat, 16 Dec 2017 22:03:05 +0900

Last Build Date: Fri, 28 Oct 2016 02:25:00 +0900

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Web Bluetooth Opens New Abusive Channels

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 02:25:00 +0900

An anonymous reader writes: Recently, browsers are starting to ship Web Bluetooth API, soon to become a component of Web of Things. Web Bluetooth will allow to connect local user devices with remote web sites. While offering new development and innovation possibilities, it may also open a number of frightening security and privacy risks such as private data leaks, abuses and complexity. Web Bluetooth as currently defined by W3C may introduce unexpected data leaks such as location, and personally ...



Samsung Sales, Profits Dive on Note 7 Recall

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 01:45:00 +0900

Samsung's smartphone division struggled to breakeven between July and September as sales plunged due to the recall of its high-end Note 7. The smartphone giant said quarterly sales in its IT and Mobile Communications division were down 15 percent on the same period last year to 22.5 trillion Korean won (US$19.8 billion) while operating profit crashed 95 percent to 100 billion won. From a PCWorld report: Problems with the Note 7 starting hitting sales shortly after it went on sale in mid-August. ...



Qualcomm To Buy NXP Semiconductors in $47 Billion Deal

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 01:05:00 +0900

Qualcomm, the largest maker of mobile-phone chips, will acquire NXP Semiconductors NV in a transaction valued at $47 billion, aiming to speed an expansion into new industries and reduce its dependence on the smartphone market. Bloomberg reports: San Diego-based Qualcomm agreed to pay $110 a share in cash for NXP, the biggest supplier of chips used in the automotive industry, or 11 percent more than Wednesday's close, the companies said in a statement Thursday. The deal will be funded with cash o ...



Uber's 'Elevate' Project Aims To Bring Flying Electric Cars To Cities By 2026

Fri, 28 Oct 2016 00:25:00 +0900

Uber has revealed a new project through which it aims to bring flying cars to commuters by 2026. The company published a white paper today outlining its plans for Uber Elevate, a network of on-demand electric aircraft. Business Insider adds: Known as VTOL aircraft -- short for Vertical Take-Off and Landing -- the aircraft would be used to shorten commute times in busy cities, turning a two-hour drive into a 15-minute trip. According to a piece out from Wired on the new plans, Uber doesn't plan t ...



Twitter Is Cutting 9% of Its Global Workforce

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 23:45:00 +0900

Twitter is planning to lay off 9 percent of its global workforce, as the ailing San Francisco tech giant struggles to please Wall Street despite beating earnings expectations. The company officially announced the cuts today in its third-quarter earnings, days after reports began to surface of the impending cuts. AdWeek reports: According to Twitter, the majority of the reductions will take place in its sales, partnerships and marketing divisions in order to "continue to fully fund our highest pr ...



World Wildlife Falls By 58% in 40 years

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 23:05:00 +0900

Global wildlife populations have fallen by 58% since 1970, BBC reports citing The Living Planet assessment by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and WWF. The report adds that if the trend continues, the decline would reach two-thirds among vertebrates by 2020. The figures suggest that animals living in lakes, rivers and wetlands are suffering the biggest losses. Human activity, including habitat loss, wildlife trade, pollution and climate change contributed to the declines. From the report: ...



Hotel CEO Openly Celebrates Higher Prices After Anti-Airbnb Law Passes

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 22:00:00 +0900

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Washington Post: A hotel executive said a recently-passed New York law cracking down on Airbnb hosts will enable the company to raise prices for New York City hotel rooms, according to the transcript of the executive's words on a call with shareholders last week. The law, signed by New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday, slaps anyone who lists their apartment on a short-term rental site with a fine up to $7,500. It "should be a big boost in the arm fo ...



Campagna ICAN: Il Parlamento Europeo chiede agli Stati Membri di proibire le armi nucleari

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 21:17:41 +0900

I legislatori dell'Unione Europea prende posizione chiara sui prossimi negoziati sul Trattato internazionale per vietare le armi nucleari: gli Stati Membri dell'UE devono "sostenere la convocazione" e "partecipare sostanzialmente" alla sua trattativa.



Pace: Bando ONU degli ordigni nucleari- L'Italia voti a favore

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 20:56:14 +0900

L?Italia voti a New York 2016 (Assemblea generale dell?ONU) il bando delle armi nucleari - Appello



WhatsApp Is Rolling Out Video Calls On Its Android App

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 19:00:00 +0900

WhatsApp appears to be rolling out its video calling feature for beta users of the Android app. The arrival of the feature was first spotted by Android Police, which found that an updated app interface caused some users of the beta builds of the application to be able to access video calling. TechCrunch reports: For those on a version of WhatsApp which includes video calling support, you're able to tap the call button or tap on a contact card to kick off a video call. In this case, a new dialog ...