Tuesday’s keynotes kicking off RSA tackled both light and dark visions of the future, the imperative to become obsessed with trust, IoT and AI, and they even featured Helen Mirren and a flash mob. Source: www.threatpost.com
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch: Echo owners can now ask Alexa to control their Roku devices via a new skill, months after a similar capability came to Google Assistant-powered devices — Roku this morning announced its devices will now be compatible with Amazon’s Alexa. Through a new Roku skill for Alexa … Source: http://www.techmeme.com
LONG BEACH, Calif. — Softness in truckload pricing in the first quarter hasn’t crossed the median into less-than-truckload lanes, according to Old Dominion Freight Line (ODFL).The second-largest US LTL… Source: http://www.joc.com
Nearly all 250 coal-fired plants in operation in the U.S. have leaked chemicals and contaminated the local groundwater supply with toxins [Editor’s note: the link may be paywalled; you can check the alternative source, and original report (PDF)], according to a report released this week by environmental groups Environmental Integrity Project and Earthjustice. From a report: The report found that 91 percent of the nation’s coal-fired power plants reported elevated…
Apple maintained its huge lead in the wearables market in 2018, thanks to the Apple Watch as well as its ear-worn devices. Source: http://www.zdnet.com
LONG BEACH, California — Less than 50 percent of container carriers actually forecast their capacity needs, and less than half of those are forecasting… Source: http://www.joc.com
A seemingly complex set of characters like “ji32k7au4a83” is a very common password among users, it turns out. From a report: This interesting bit of trivia comes from self-described hardware/software engineer Robert Ou, who recently asked his Twitter followers if they could explain why this seemingly random string of numbers has been seen by Have I Been Pwned (HIBP) over a hundred times. Have I Been Pwned is an aggregator…
NATO’s commander said Turkey shouldn’t get F-35s if it also acquires a Russian missile system designed to shoot them down.
Organizations always experience a dilemma about designing a secure architecture because it can always be more expensive, time-consuming, and complicated. However, the hackers might be one step ahead and come up with updated or new attack every day. In this landscape, does it make sense to cut corners? If you choose easier alternative and do […]
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