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Critical Flaws Found in VxWorks RTOS Tha...

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vxworks rtos vulnerability Security researchers have discovered almost a dozen zero-day vulnerabilities in VxWorks, one of the most widely used real-time operating systems (RTOS) for embedded devices that powers over 2 billion devices across aerospace, defense, industrial, medical, automotive, consumer electronics, networking, and other critical industries. According to a new report Armis researchers shared with […]

University of Leeds project is developin...

The University of Leeds is pioneering a £4.2 million national infrastructure research project that will use tarmac 3D printing robots to repair potholes and cracks. These robots will be both aerial and ground-based in order to thoroughly inspect and identify damaged areas on roads in the UK. As part of a visionary project to create […]

Which is cheaper: Containers or virtual ...

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The emergence of application containers has come with questions about where this technology fits in the enterprise technology landscape, and more specifically how it compares to virtual machines. + MORE AT NETWORK WORLD : Are containers VM killers? A new report from 451 Research has some provocative findings on […] .

DDoS Extortionists made $100,000 without...

DDOS Extortionists made $100,000 without Launching a Single Attack

In Brief Cyber crooks find a new and ingenious way to make hundreds of thousands of dollars with no effort. An unknown cyber gang, pretending to be Armada Collective , has made more than $100,000 in less than two months simply by threatening to launch DDoS attack on websites, […] .

We all talk of innovation, but few us st...


Brian Fanzo I don’t normally share things like this, but…I’ve had a heck of a week. On Monday, I released what I would consider my most significant research to date on the subject of digital transformation, “ The Race Against Digital Darwinism: Six Stages of Digital Transformation .” I […] .

Additive Manufacturing Is Poised to Disr...


Remember the industrial revolution? Industrial 3D printing will be bigger. That may seem like a bold statement—especially at a time when many people already think that 3D printing is over-hyped. However, facts support the assertion. Consider that there now exists a single technology from which almost everything can be […] .

Snapchat Discover: Is Bite-Sized News Ju...

Snapchat Discover

March 05, 2015 Leslie Nuccio Snapchat’s fairly well-known at this point for bucking the trend, and Discover is no exception. The company that famously turned down a $3B offer from Facebook took a swipe at them in its Discover launch blog post, declaring, “This is not social media. Social […] .

If you don’t like algorithmic filters, y

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A A Permalink to If you don’t like algorithmic filters, you’re probably not going to like the future of Twitter Summary: Twitter appears to be set to move forward with its plans to algorithmically filter or re-order your timeline — for your own good, of course — despite a […] .