Intel based broadband modem has security hole
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Puma 6 is a "cat has trophy"

Chipzilla’s Puma 6 Intel cable modem variants are highly susceptible to a very low-bandwidth denial-of-service attack.

British politicians moan about social media
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They are monkeying around over racism and terror

A group of British MP’s have had a good moan about social media networks not doing enough to remove illegal and extremist material posted on their sites, and for not preventing it appearing in the first place.

Boffins consider building a TARDIS
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It is bigger on the inside

Physicists have come up with a plan to build a real-life time machine which works with known physics.

Trump blames China for Democratic Party hack
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It was not my friend Putin – he said so

Desperate to divert Republican attention from the fact his chum and benefactor Tsar Vladamir Putin hacked the Democratic Party and helped him win the election, Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump is blaming China.

Pentagon still running Windows 95
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If old weapons are so good why aren't they using elephants?

The US government might have the latest in military technology, but the computers behind the whole thing are older than some of the soldiers it sends to fight.

Nvidia now supports 4K Netflix on Geforce 10 cards
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All except the GTX 1050 for now

Since early 2014, Netflix began streaming Ultra HD 4K video beginning with its own original content and now spanning hundreds of shows and episodes. But for PC users, only those with Intel’s 7th-gen Kaby Lake series processors have been able to stream the company’s large swath of content.

Foxconn to build Amazon production center in China
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Involved parties will need to invest around $871 million


Foxconn Electronics, the world’s largest contract manufacturing company, has announced a deal with a handful of China-based companies to build a regional production facility for Amazon, according to local sources within the industry.

Apple stops Qualcomm royalty payments
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Analysis: Qualcomm issues profit warnings

Apple has  decided to stop  royalty patent payments to Qualcomm claiming that it wants to wait until a court decides what is the right amount.

Nintendo working on SNES miniature console
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Cited as one reason for NES Classic's seasonal release timeframe


Following the short-lived release of its sellout NES Classic console in November, Nintendo says it has “a lot going on right now” following the console’s largely successful reception.

G.Skill announces Ripjaws KM560 MX gaming keyboard
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Tenkeyless keyboard with Cherry MX switches

G.Skill has unveiled its first tenkeyless gaming keyboard with Cherry MX mechanical switches, the Ripjaws KM560 MX.