A possible design flaw has been discovered in Apple AirTags.
The University of Minnesota’s path to being banned from the Linux kernel was:
3) full of emotion.
4) all of the above.
You say “deepfake” they say “just a look-alike”.
According to this report “Australia wants to teach basic cybersecurity to 5-year-olds” **
** with helpful picture of what a 5 year old may look like.
The core count on Intel’s new processor has been updated to “could be as high as 72-80 CPU cores”
Reports are in that actress Mila Kunis has revealed that she is using cryptocurrencies “after getting into bitcoin” eight years ago.
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In a shocking plot twist the former “VP of internet technology at Netflix from 2011 to 2014” was yesterday “found guilty by a federal jury on 29 counts of money laundering, fraud, bribery and illegal kickbacks during his employment”.
Apparently this needs to be repeated:
Botswana pula coins are NOT bitcoins.
The government in Turkey has enacted new “terrorism-financing and money laundering laws” that are adding extra stuffing to their recent scrutiny of cryptocurrency providers.
If you like Googling goggles today may be your lucky day.