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May 16, 2017 6:04 AM WannaCry Ransomware: Who Is Really to Blame for the Cyber-Attacks?

Over the weekend, hospitals in the UK were forced to turn away some patients as a result of a computer virus that had infected its systems. In France, automaker Renault shut down production at several plants because of the same virus. In Russia, that same virus knocked thousands of computers offline at the Interior Ministry. Instead, organisations such as the NSA should 24

May 16, 2017 5:00 AM UDC Trumps BDP In Tlokweng

The UDC retained Tlokweng constituency after the death of the area MP, Same Bathobakae last year November. UDC candidate, Masego Segokgo won by 4,635 votes, with Elijah Katse of the Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) getting 2,156 and independent candidate Shirley Segokgo coming a distant third with only 57. The by-election, as it has become a norm, attracted 48

May 16, 2017 3:05 AM New Clue in Ransomware Attack Points to Kim Jong Un

The self-spreading ‘WannaCry’ internet worm, which ripped through 160,000 computers and crippled hospitals and other businesses, is now being linked to a North Korean cyber gang. Forensics experts investigating the destructive “WannaCry” computer attack may have made a breakthrough in the hunt for the perpetrator. A clue uncovered in an earlier version 20

May 16, 2017 2:03 AM Research team headed by IMAS scientist Jennifer Lavers shocked to find remote Henderson Island harbours 17 tonnes of plastic waste

A REMOTE and uninhabited South Pacific island has become a plastic wasteland with one of the world’s highest collection of debris, a Tasmanian researcher has found. Henderson Island, east of Australia, is just 10km long and 5km wide but is littered with more than 37 million pieces of plastic. “Far from being the pristine ‘deserted island’ that people 33

May 16, 2017 2:03 AM The Surge Review – An Unforgiving Future (PS4)

May 15, 2017 Written by Martin Patiño It’s hard to deny that the distinctiveness and success of titles like Dark Souls III and Bloodborne have consequentially birthed a new type of action role-playing game that could be very well be considered as a genre of its own, which has grown to be known as Souls-like. Several studios have already tried their hand at creating 43

May 15, 2017 10:02 PM Microsoft, it's not just the NSA. If you want to kill WannaCry, fix broken Windows

Dammit Jim, we're talking about human lives! OVER THE PAST FEW YEARS, every month, I have poured over figures from Net Applications' Netmarketshare figures and tried to turn them into something meaningful. Those numbers sometimes only shift by tiny amounts and, sometimes, I find myself wondering why I spend so long analysing them. Well, the recent WannaCry 13

May 15, 2017 8:25 PM What we know about who's behind the massive cyberattack

According to Amanda Rousseau, malware researcher at security firm Endgame, it's difficult to catch cybercriminals. Further, it will be hard to find patient zero, or the first victim that kicked off the spread of the virus. Security researchers have noticed similarities between the WannaCry code and malware created by the North Korean hacking group called 25

May 15, 2017 5:33 PM Google partners with Audi, Volvo to bring Android to next-gen cars

Moving beyond Android Auto, Google's latest partnerships extend the full Android OS into vehicles. Google is bringing the Android operating system beyond smartphones and directly into cars. The company announced Monday it's partnering with Audi and Volvo to bring Android-based infotainment systems into their next-generation vehicles. "That means your car's 21

May 15, 2017 2:20 PM MP3s Didn’t Just Die, Corporate Claims to the Contrary Notwithstanding

MP3’s have been a fixture of the internet and the broader technological landscape since many of us first got online. While largely supplanted by newer audio compression schemes, including some that feature lossless encoding, MP3 is the fallback option for when you need an audio format that’s guaranteed to play on virtually anything from any era. Although 8

May 15, 2017 1:00 PM Google Home and Assistant one year later: What now?

Does the search giant have enough firepower to overtake Amazon? We'll find out this week at Google I/O. A few days before Google CEO Sundar Pichai stepped on stage at the 2016 I/O developer conference, he told me about the Assistant, a digital helper that could do things for you like play a song, give you flight information or tell you what's on your calendar 35