Crew Dragon undocked from the ISS at 4:35 p.m. PT on Saturday, kicking off the crucial final leg of the crewed test mission that's meant to prove SpaceX is ready to carry astronauts back and forth to the ISS on a regular basis. Crew Dragon had previously aced its uncrewed Demo-1 test flight back in March. … [Read more...] about SpaceX Crew Dragon splashdown: See NASA astronauts return to Earth
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Pai's attempt to cast net neutrality support as a Hollywood-driven phenomenon came on the same day that he released a "Myth vs. Fact" sheet that claims public comments to the FCC don't show significant support for net neutrality. Pai's office called it a "myth" that commenters "overwhelmingly want the FCC to preserve and protect net neutrality," arguing that fraudulent comments far outnumber legitimate ones. … [Read more...] about Ajit Pai blames Cher and Hulk actor for ginning up net neutrality support
The trailer and press release for #WarGames doesn't offer much detail beyond a 2018 release date and the information above, but it's likely a safe bet to assume some limited player/viewer interactions will similarly steer this new adaptation. Barlow mentioned on Twitter that early cuts of the game have been shown to younger kids (aka the core of the original WarGames fanbase), and the results leave him confident the wider audience will enjoy it as much as Her Story. … [Read more...] about Shall we play a game?
BleepingComputer reports that it believes Garmin must have paid the ransom because of the lack of known weaknesses in the WastedLocker virus. Code from a Garmin-developed executable reviewed by BleepingComputer suggests the company paid the ransom on either July 24th or July 25th, and the publication confirmed that the executable was able to decrypt sample files encrypted by WastedLocker. … [Read more...] about Garmin reportedly paid multi-million dollar ransom after suffering cyberattack
MUMBAI: The Department of Telecommunications has ordered internet service providers and telcos to immediately block access to 59 Chinese apps including TikTok, SHAREit and WeChat. The names of the apps were issued in two lists. “Ministry of electronics and IT has issued directions for blocking of 35 apps,” DoT said in an order late Tuesday, which ET reviewed. “The details of all these 35 apps, along with their IP addresses and domain names are enclosed.” DoT asked the operators to submit compliance reports immediately, failing which action would be taken. A similar direction containing the details of 24 other apps to be blocked followed the first order, taking the total number of banned apps to 59, tallying with the government’s announcement order on Monday. The 59 Chinese mobile apps were banned to counter the threat they posed to the country’s sovereignty and security, the government said Monday. The government also cited complaints about data … [Read more...] about Government may soon ban more Chinese apps, websites