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in Order to be able to understand who Vladimir Putin is, you must first know where he came from.The New York Times Moscow correspondent Steven Lee Meyers has built a broad portrait of the eastern neighbour of the master.the Book explains how the background stay in strasbourg to block, colourless but the peak always faithful intelligence service of the third series of officers became russia's new tsar.the Book begins with putin's grandfather who put the food themselves to Stalin and still managed to survive.putin's childhood home was a 17-square of the joint housing unattractive in the floor of the house.Judo saved from being bad for you.
a Constant stream of people waited in line first thing in the morning thing for a new city car, the factory recruitment of a truck to Turku market square.Valmet Automotive to get around Finland more than a thousand employees."the Vibe is as good as it used to be, when Nokia was sought to work", describes the turku Tero Hyvönen, 45, rekrytiskillä after attending.an Hour commute each way is not next to the top block, but Hyvönen is ready to move to a new city hire, as long as the housing can be arranged."There is quite a construction boom going on.""the Employment length wasn't a speech, but I doubt it's any year, two processes is."
In a recent and more rigorous experiment, a group of researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, University of Michigan and Google, dropped nearly 300 USB thumb drives around six campus locations and found that at least 45 percent of them were plugged into a computer and perused by the person who found them.While modern Windows and Mac systems no longer run programs on a USB stick by default, other attacks, such as BadUSB, can make a USB drive appear to be something else, such as keyboard, and then use that access to take malicious actions.When the company finds untrusted USB drives, it can test them, said Chris Novak, a director with the firm s RISK team, a computer investigations group.We often do executive protection, where, when executives go overseas or to a big conference, we give them temporary equipment, and if something happens, we get it back.Playing the movie trailer on the drive installed malware on the victim s computer, enabling the attacker to steal an unreleased movie.The fact that users plug such storage devices into corporate computers is a nightmare for IT security professionals, to the degree that they sometimes—and somewhat controversially—block USB ports on highly sensitive computers by gluing them closed with epoxy.
It's Borg Bug Day, and this week Cisco's issued patches of interest to users of its Adaptive Security Appliances ASAs .The two newly-announced bugs are CVE-2016-1379, a VPN block memory exhaustion vulnerability; and CVE-2016-1385, a problem with the ASA XML parser.The software has a bug in how it handles ICMP errors in IPsec packets, and crafted packets sent either through LAN-to-LAN or remote access VPN tunnels can deplete available memory .That results in a denial-of-service, either because the system becomes unstable or it stops forwarding traffic.The software is vulnerable if the user's using IKEv1 or IKEv2 for LAN-to-LAN VPNs, or remote access VPNs using Layer 2 Tunnelling Protocol and Ipsec; and if the system is validating ICMP errors.The XML parser vulnerability is less serious, because it can only be exploited by an authenticated user.
People have been losing their keys and wallets ever since keys and wallets were invented — but nowadays, thanks to miracles of modern technology, retrieving those items is easier than ever before.Unlike our ancestors –who presumably had to resort to things like thinking, retracing steps, and recruiting bloodhounds to find lost items– we can just turn to gizmos like the TrackR Bravo when we need to find something we lost.To be quite honest, devices like this are a dime a dozen these days, but as the newest kid on the Bluetooth item finder block, TrackR Bravo boasts a slew of cool features that you won t find anywhere else.In addition to the regular suite of functions distance indicator, item ringer, phone finder, etc., the Bravo also has the ability to track items that aren t within Bluetooth range of your phone.It s also got replaceable batteries.
The goal is a peer-to-peer serverless hosting, storage and serving solution that is DDOS-resistant, fault-tolerant, has zero-downtime, and is censorship-resistant.This gave way to Web 2.0 and a "Faustian bargain" which traded control of content, access and user data for scalable hosting infrastructure which is kept cheap or free by selling on their profile info to third parties for targeted advertising.Swarm lead developer Viktor Trón told IBTimes UK: "It occurred to the founders of Ethereum quite early on that this could be a very good skeleton for a new generation of the web, a vision they termed Web 3.Firstly, as a content distribution system for Dapps; secondly for certain application logic which is not consensus critical which you don't want to be replicated on every node, think the database component of web applications; and thirdly, the blockchain itself could be stored in a decentralised way."And similarly if you had a decentralised Airbnb, then you would have all the accommodation offerings with the photos of everything on Swarm.The solution proposed in the orange paper uses cryptographically verifiable proof of custody combined with erasure coding a method of data protection in which data is broken into fragments, expanded and encoded with redundant data pieces and stored across a set of different locations or storage media .
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Chinese and US producers are making an $80 million £55.5m live-action sci-fi thriller based on popular 1980s building block computer game Tetris.The movie, which will begin shooting next year, is the first project from the newly-formed Threshold Global Studios, a joint venture between Chinese entertainment investor Bruno Wu s Seven Star Works and producer Larry Kasanoff s California-based Threshold Entertainment Group.The pair said the joint venture will make cross-cultural movies for the global market and Kasanoff added that the 32-year-old video game is a perfect first project for this strategy .The movie, whose name was not mentioned in the release, follows in the mould of such computer game-inspired film productions as Resident Evil, Tomb Raider and Mortal Kombat.View photosMore Mark Lennihan/AP/PA The announcement said financing for the co-production was complete and there were plans to film the movie in China, featuring Chinese actors.Kasanoff has previously produced two Mortal Kombat movies and Wu is founder and CEO of Sun Seven Stars Media Group, a private media and entertainment investment company in China.
Shutting down the internet is an efficient way of discouraging internet-based cheating – but the move has been criticised by human rights campaigners.Photograph: Ghaith Abdul-Ahad/Getty ImagesIraq has been turning off the internet across the country to stop children cheating in exams.May 16, 20163rd 3hr blackout in 3 days as Iraq continues attempts to block cheating on exams.While attempting to ban mobile phones from exams or setting up local jamming equipment might be a less draconian measure, shutting off the internet is undoubtedly efficient.Last year it performed similar blackouts at exam times, as well as attempting to take areas controlled by Isis offline to help shut down the spread of propaganda.Other countries including Iran and China have implemented strong censorship, while the UK and other countries block access to certain sites linked to piracy at the ISP level.
But The European Union has at least managed to harmonize many of the laws surrounding company operation, so that startups don t have to with all 28 jurisdictions at once.Earlier this year UK tech startup industry body Coadec released the results of a survey.Access to Europe means access to talented staff and access to a trading block of 500 million consumers, even before you begin engaging with the rest of the road.The effects of the EU vote will have an impact for years and years to come, and on the many new and young startups being created today.Given the nature of technology, with servers in the cloud humming away, tech staff ought to be able to take a half day, or even day off work without anything breaking.It s up to you how long: a half day, a whole day and a party!
What we haven t heard very much about is how blockchain could fundamentally change how companies are managed and operate.Other firms like Goldcorp have created global challenges to search for the best minds to solve their toughest problems.The results of these queries won t be resumes, advertising links, or other pushed content; they ll be transaction histories, proven track records of individuals and enterprises, ranked perhaps by reputation score.Said Vitalik Buterin, founder of the Ethereum blockchain, Blockchains will drop search costs, causing a kind of decomposition that allows you to have markets of entities that are horizontally segregated and vertically segregated.Can you code in Scrypt, Python, Java, C ?In these waning days of billion-dollar start-up valuations, $26 million isn t especially jaw-dropping.
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blockchain technology bitcoin NasdaqStealthy post-trade and settlement blockchain builder RISE Financial Technologies RISE , has developed a "secret sauce" to solve the privacy problem, something of a stumbling block for financials using distributed ledgers.With this in mind, privacy of data is emerging as the sine qua non for permissioned blockchain models to function in the future.There is a lot of work being done in this area and a lot of candidate technologies being tests: ring signatures, homomorphic encryption, zero knowledge proof, use-once addresses etc.He said RISE is preparing a paper on this and more would be forthcoming, reiterating an ultimate commitment to open source.He also admitted that in some cases there are trade-offs between scalability and performance regarding certain privacy solutions.In mid 2015, RISE engaged economics consultancy Oxera to explore regulatory and economic aspects of a distributed post-trade environment.
Foundation Medicine, a company that got its start with backing from Google Ventures, Bill Gates, and other major tech investors, received a patent this morning that protects its cancer genomic sequencing process.Now, it's using that patent to sue a competitor, Guardant Health."We certainly intend to pursue the value of this patent, we also have always been focused on and remain focused on a very patient-centric mission," Foundation President Steve Kafka told Business Insider on Tuesday."So our intent here is not to block other laboratories from their testing ... but really to develop strategies to recognize the value that we've captured or we've created, rather.Guardant declined to comment on the patent.Cancer genome sequencingWhen people are diagnosed with cancer, there's a pretty standard course of treatment to fight off the disease: the doctor may start with surgery or a regimen of drugs that are known to work on a particular type of cancer.But after a while, if that first round doesn't knock out all the cancer cells, the cancer can come back and be even trickier to treat.Those harder to treat and rare cancers is where cancer genomics companies, including Foundation Medicine, are trying to help.And earlier this month, the company launched its liquid biopsy test, which looks for circulating tumor DNA in the blood.That data also goes into a Foundation Medicine database, where people ranging from doctors looking for methods to treat a certain rare cancer to pharmaceutical companies interested in finding the patients who will respond the best to a drug that's in development could look at it.NOW WATCH: Only in San Francisco — inside the 232-square-foot micro apartment that sold for nearly $425,000Loading video...
In VR Mode, Android N switches to single buffering.A display fills in the pixels row by row, and as Burke puts it, you're "chasing the scan lines" of the display with the GPU when single buffering.Applying electricity to the LCD spiral causes them to straighten out, which, when combined with the polarizer layers, works to turn light off twisted crystals block the light or on straight crystals align with the polarizer and allow light through .Having these crystals twist and untwist takes time, which is called the "response time" and is usually measured in milliseconds.Democratizing Gear VR-style devicesEnlargeMost of this sounds like it is following the path blazed by Oculus and Samsung with the Gear VR.He talks about how he practically invented Time Warp for modern VR.
Sospendo Smartphone HolderIn a world of Bluetooth-connected fart trackers and hipster-friendly tinfoil hats, I am aware that describing a Kickstarter as the worst is a bold claim.But hear me out: from idea to execution to the innumerable GIFs littering the crowdfunding campaign, this particular wearable smartphone accessory ticks all of the boxes.The SOSPENDO is, according to the press release, an innovative, ergonomic hands-free device that will hold smartphones, tablets and GoPro cameras.Fall off the treadmill while wearing SOSPENDO, and you ll get punched in the face FOR FREE!Those have been around since the first iPad and probably before , and will continue to exist for as long as lazy people buy tablets.People go on holiday to unwind and relax, not POV-video every waking second, and parents should consider paying attention to their toddlers, not positioning an iPad to block them out of view.
The company also Wednesday forecast revenue in the current quarter that topped analysts estimates, sending shares up as much as 6.6 percent in extended trading.Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff is benefiting from a multiyear effort to persuade corporations to adopt software delivered over the Internet, or the cloud.During a call with analysts, the company touted new deals with Samsung Electronics Co., Uber Technologies Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. that expanded on existing relationships.Revenue increased 27 percent to $1.92 billion in the fiscal first quarter ended April 30, topping the average estimate of $1.89 billion.Over the last three years -- as successful as the company has always been -- we have put a particular emphasis on the enterprise and a focus on expansion in our international markets, Keith Block, president and chief operating officer, said on a conference call with analysts.Benioff said the company will continue to look for new ways to work with Amazon s cloud services, which provide computing power and storage for customers.The acquisition will help it offer AI capabilities to automate and personalize customer support, marketing and many other business processes.
Don t be fooled by the brick-and-mortar stores it s got, this is still Amazon from the block.Or rather, the web.Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has promised to bring more of Amazon offline and into the physical sphere, though it s unclear yet as to how many more really is.And there are no signs of slowing.Already, the company plans to open a second physical bookstore, this time in Southern California the original opened in Seattle late last year .Bezos has also indicated that Amazon Web Services cloud computing unit alone is expected to hit $10 billion in sales this year, marking yet another area of high growth for the company.
Salesforce shares are popping 5.5% in after hours trading after the company beat Wall Street's Q1 financial targets across the board.Here are the most important numbers from Salesforce's earning report:EPS non-GAAP : $0.24 per share vs. $0.23 per share expected by analystsRevenue: $1.92 billion up 27% year-over-year  vs. $1.89 billion expected by analystsSalesforce also raised its revenue guidance for the full year to the range of $8.16 billion to $8.20 billion.For the second quarter, Salesforce expects to report revenue in the range of $2.005 billion to $2.015 billion, up 23% from the same period of last year."We continued to drive larger and more strategic transactions in the first quarter, including yet another 9-figure transaction.No other enterprise software company is building strategic relationships of this size and scale—and certainly not at this pace," Salesforce COO Keith Block said in a statement.NOW WATCH: We dare you to oversleep with Dwayne The Rock Johnson s new motivational alarm clock appLoading video...
The Queen speaking during the State Opening of Parliament on May 18, 2016All sites containing "pornographic material" will be hidden behind age-verification blocks, the government has confirmed in the Queen's speech.Similar criticisms have been made of current ISP-level adult content filters, which can be dodged using basic techniques such as VPNs or even Google Translate.A blanket age-block on all pornographic material online would be a major escalation of existing systems.At the time the government said it wanted to create a "family friendly" internet free from pornography, gambling and extreme violence.In December 2014 it emerged thanks BT, Sky and Virgin Media had been hijacking people's web connections to force customers to make a decision.In January 2015 Sky started blocking all adult websites by default for all customers who had failed to decide.
It s a companion app to the company s messaging app Allo, and it s similarly mobile-only:After opening the app, you re presented with a front-facing camera preview of yourself.You can then select who you want to call by scrolling through your contacts.Then, choose your target, place the call, and wait for an answer.If it looks simple, that s by design.According to Google, Duo will be released later this summer, and will be available for both iOS and Android.Watch out, FaceTime—there s a new kid on the block.
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