Technology is becoming more and more important in the real estate sector, mainly because of having to deal with shifting market conditions or consumer behavior changes that are completely unexpected. Different emerging technology companies appear every single year and are focused on residential and commercial real estate services and products. We can say that the real
And cross your fingers: 'TBD' is the scheduled date for hundreds of PC fixes
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Hardware vendors race to identify and provide updates for dangerous Intel flaws.
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Uber Covered Up Massive Hack in 2016 for More Than a Year
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For once it's not an engine breakdown
A Type 45 destroyer has been recalled to Britain with propeller problems, leaving the Royal Navy's traditional "east of Suez" deployment without proper warship cover.…
Spanning two hectares, the new test site will be used to trial communication and interaction between autonomous vehicles and other road vehicles.
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To avoid becoming the next Equifax, it could be a good idea to scan your apps for vulnerable open-source libraries.
The vulnerability could be exploited to perform remote code execution.
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it seems like the entire internet is on fire this week about the FCC, Ajit Pai. and the plans to undo the previous administration's Net Neutrality rulings. My understanding is that reddit is about to self-immolate over this issue. Just about every news source is on fire with multiple articles advocating one position or another (mostly opposition from my non-scientific survey).