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3D printer? Staples says, ‘Yeah, we’ve got that’

3D printers are taking another step in the long haul toward the mainstream, with a little help from Staples. On Friday, the office supply retailer began selling the

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3D-printable gun specs to be available next week, provider says

The Liberator 3D-printable gun 3D-printable gun advocate Cody Wilson is planning to release next week the specs for a gun he calls “the Liberator.” The University of Texas law student and founder of the non-profit Defense Distributed tells Forbes he will release the CAD files for the gun, which will allow anyone with access to […]

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Cyberattack highlights software update problem in large organizations

A recent cyberattack targeting U.S. government employees working with nuclear weapons illustrates the vulnerability of large organizations that struggle with deploying protective software upgrades. The Cyberattack, who compromised a Department of Labor website, exploited a previously unknown vulnerability, called a zero-day flaw, in Internet Explorer 8, commonly found on PCs running Windows XP. Javascript injected […]

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Microsoft to redesign Windows 8 as PC sales plummet

Microsoft Windows 8 redesign When Microsoft Windows 8 boss Steve Ballmer first revealed his software for the touchscreen world in February 2012, he said he was “betting the company” on it. There were “no compromises” made in replacing the time-honoured desktop with Windows 8’s colourful tile-based interface, Ballmer insisted. But just six months after the […]

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Facebook to design an open source switch

  As part of the Open Compute Project (OCP), Facebook network engineering team is leading a project to develop an open source networking switch. “It’s our hope that an open, disaggregated switch will enable a faster pace of innovation in the development of networking hardware,” wrote Frank Frankovsky from Facebook in a blog post announcing […]

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