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First-Ever Dinosaur Brain Tissue Found Preserved In a Pebble

sciencehabit quotes a report from Science Magazine: A decade ago, a fossil hunter was combing the beach in southeastern England when he found a strange, brown pebble. The surface of it caught his eye: It was smooth and strangely undulating, and also sligh (rss.slashdot)

AtomBombing Microsoft Windows Via Code Injection

Researchers have identified a new way to inject malicious code into Windows systems -- and it doesn\t exploit a vulnerability. (darkreading)

Here?s why Apple will never give MacBook a touchscreen

Desktop computers aren& (cultofmac)

New Star Trek series loses showrunner, is delayed

With Bryan Fuller leaving, the series has lost a muse. (arstechnica)

This is what 1,000 frame-per-second projection looks like - CNET

A lab at the University of Tokyo's new DynaFlash projector can shoot designs onto moving T-shirts. (feedproxy.google)

Topless selfie attempt finishes with rear-end cop car bonking

Don't drink and drive and Snapchat while naked from the waist up. Especially near PoliceA young woman's attempt to take a topless selfie has ended up with a rear-end cop bonking.? (register)

36-year-old Pennsylvania man gets 18 months for phishing nude celebrity pics

Ryan Collins sent fake e-mails that appeared to be from Apple and Google. (arstechnica)

Hell desk thought PC fire report was a first-day-on-the-job prank

It sounded funny until the user suggested she throw water on an electrical fireOn-Call Welcome to another instalment of On-Call, The Register's last-day-of-the-week look at all the fun of fixing stuff.? (register)

Ubuntu Vs. Linux Mint - Which Is Better in 2016?

No description (linuxtoday)

Liquid flow in capillaries contradicts conventional wisdom

Certain shapes of capillary cannot keep liquid contained, however narrow they are (feedproxy.google)

Some hacked e-mails, documents from Putin advisor confirmed as genuine

Ukrainian hacking group's haul shows Russian plans to destabilize Kiev...maybe. (arstechnica)

Volkswagen rolls out the new Atlas SUV - Roadshow

The 7-passenger mid-size SUV is big, boxy and might just bring VW back into the light. (feedproxy.google)

Pentagon Approves More Potent 60mm Mortar Round

Orbital ATK Inc. announced today that the Pentagon has approved the fielding of a new 60mm mortar round significantly more potent than standard versions. The...The post Pentagon Approves More Potent 60mm Mortar Round appeared first on Defensetech. (feedproxy.google)

Star Trek Discovery Gets Delayed After Losing Showrunner Bryan Fuller

It looks like we're going to have to wait even longer for CBS's upcoming Star Trek Discovery series, as the production's showrunner, Bryan Fuller, is stepping back. He will however still remain the show's executive producer. Variety reports: The decision (rss.slashdot)

The Porsche 718 Boxster S and Cayman S?racing technology meets the road

The engine technology comes from a Le Mans winner, but the options list will break you. (arstechnica)

How security flaws work: SQL injection

This easily avoidable mistake continues to put our finances at risk. (arstechnica)

For crying out loud, Apple, just build a touchscreen Mac already (AAPL)

Today, Apple updated its high-end lineup of laptops, the MacBook Pro, for the first time in four years.The most visible new feature was the Touch Bar, a thin horizontal touch screen that sits along the top row of the keyboard, replacing the little-used f (feedproxy.google)

Apple?s TV app doesn?t work with the two best streaming services

Netflix won& (cultofmac)

MacBook Pro (2016) becomes high-end desktop with LG UltraFine 5K and 4K Thunderbolt 3 displays

Today was Apple's big October event, and I came away impressed. The new MacBook Pro is both drop-dead gorgeous and super-powerful. The Touch Bar is revolutionary, bringing touch functionality to an operating system that isn't designed for a touch screen. (feeds.betanews)

Apple's New MacBook Pro Requires a $25 Dongle To Charge Your iOS Device

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Network World: As Phil Schiller explained during today's event, Apple's new MacBook Pros feature four Thunderbolt 3 USB Type-C ports, and conveniently, each of these can be used to charge the machine. Now, USB-C is (rss.slashdot)

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