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International Space Station marks 2 decades of humans on board

The first International Space Station component was launched in 1998, and the first long-term residents arrived on November 2, 2000. Next week, on November 2, 2020, we will celebrate 20 years of continuous human occupation of the orbiting laboratory.

Looking behind the True social app breach Special

True is an app that promotes itself as the social networking app that will “protect your privacy.” Ironically, the app has reportedly been involved with a data breach. A leading security expert looks into matter.

Review: Fogging device for office COVID-19 response Special

In the event of a COVID-19 incident inside a room at a workplace, the FIMAP decontamination system can be used. The objective is to disinfect surfaces, using an approved disinfectant with the aid of electrostatic hygienization technology.

Q&A: Data privacy expert untangles the regulatory web Special

This year, U.S. businesses began facing several confusing new regulations regarding consumer data privacy rights, and tech companies may be more at risk than they realize. Data privacy expert Zak Rubinstein outlines the main concerns.

Massive Nitro data breach impacts Microsoft, Google, and Apple Special

A large data breach has been suffered by the Nitro PDF service. The data loss has impacted many large technology organizations, including Google, Apple, Microsoft, Chase, and Citibank.

On the march: Ant Group, China's fintech sensation

Bejing - With a name belying its giant ambitions, China's Ant Group on Tuesday launched a history-making $34 billion IPO in Hong Kong and Shanghai.

Huawei's Meng back in Canadian court to fight extradition to US

Vancouver - Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou returns to a Canadian court Monday as part of her two-year fight against extradition to the United States, with her lawyers expected to renew objections to the way in which she was detained.

Twitter hack caused by stolen VPN credentials Special

It was recently revealed that the Twitter hack in July was due to stolen VPN credentials from users who posed as internal IT staff. The attackers tricked the employees into giving their account details.

Report: What CISO's think of the 'new normal'

A new study conducted among CISOs at Fortune 2000 companies has captured capture the CISO perspective on how remote work reality forced by COVID-19 has reshaped organizations’ approaches to corporate security and worker productivity.

Lee Kun-hee: 'Hermit king' of the Samsung empire dies at 78

Seoul - South Korea's richest and most powerful industrialist, Lee Kun-hee, turned Samsung Electronics into one of the world's biggest tech companies but lived a reclusive existence.

Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Kun-hee dies at 78

Seoul - Samsung Electronics chairman Lee Kun-hee, who transformed the South Korean firm into a global tech titan, died at the age of 78 on Sunday, the company said.

CISA advisory examines LokiBot malware threat Special

The U.S. government's cybersecurity agency issued a security advisory has issued a warning to federal agencies and the private sector about a notable increase in the use of LokiBot malware by malicious cyber actors.

Geologists 'resurrect' missing tectonic plate in Northern Canada

A tectonic plate called the Resurrection Plate has long been a topic of debate among geologists, with some arguing it was never real, while others say it subducted down into the Earth's mantle millions of years ago. Geologists believe they have found it.

How 3D printing is surviving the pandemic Special

Glendale - The pandemic hasn’t been doing the business world too many favours. In 3D printing, which is typically a collaborative multi-party business, you need to know how to get business done.

Polar ship 'Sir David Attenborough' begins sea trials Wednesday

Britain’s new polar ship, RSS Sir David Attenborough, will leave for sea trials on Wednesday to be put through its paces before making its maiden voyage to Antarctica in November 2021 to boost research into climate change.

Broadvoice database: 350 million customer records exposed online Special

A Broadvoice database cluster holding more than 350 million records, many including personal details and voicemail transcripts of Broadvoice clients’ customers, was found to have been left open online for anyone to view.

US seeks to sway Brazil on Chinese 5G with $1-bn deal

Bras - The United States promised Brazil $1 billion in financing toward US imports Tuesday, adding a carrot to its campaign to convince the country not to use China's Huawei to develop its 5G network.

Facebook unveils machine learning translator for 100 languages

Washington - Facebook on Monday unveiled software based on machine learning which the company said was the first to be able to translate from any of 100 languages without relying on English.

Barnes & Noble in recent ransomware attack Special

Barnes & Noble may have suffered a recent ransomware attack. This news comes after it was revealed that the U.S. government took direct action to disrupt a botnet which has generally been used in ransomware attacks.
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