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Goodbye to San Francisco, Self-Driving Cars, and Solitude

Goodbye to San Francisco, Self-Driving Cars, and Solitude

There is a loneliness to San Francisco. During the day, life bustles about in busy exercise. At night, the city abandons itself. The streets empty out. San Francisco is a city that sleeps—an early to bed, early to yoga city. If you are inclined to stay awake in the...

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Everything We Know About the Massive Uber Hack

Everything We Know About the Massive Uber Hack

Uber has been hacked and boy does it look bad. The hacker, which boasted of their achievements via Telegram this week, claims to be an 18-year-old who allegedly gained such liberal access to the tech giant’s network that they were able to Slack the Uber workforce and...

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Electronics Will Cost More in 2023

Electronics Will Cost More in 2023

While we are accustomed to new generations of electronics costing about the same as the previous generation, the electronics segment is not immune to inflation. With recent announcements of semiconductor price increases beginning in 2023, consumers should move quickly...

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Chrome for Android gets fingerprint-protected Incognito tabs

Chrome for Android gets fingerprint-protected Incognito tabs

Here's a fun new feature for Chrome for Android: fingerprint-protected Incognito tabs. 9to5Google discovered the feature in the Chrome 105 stable channel, though you'll have to dig deep into the settings to enable it at the moment.If you want to add a little more...

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Alarms over healthcare cyberattacks are getting louder

Alarms over healthcare cyberattacks are getting louder

Cybersecurity alarm bells have been ringing loudly in the healthcare industry this month. The FBI warned healthcare facilities that medical devices (like patient monitors or infusion pumps) often run on outdated software that could be vulnerable to hacks. OakBend...

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