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Today โ€” May 25th 2019Your RSS feeds

Baltimore mayor open to paying off hackers who paralyzed city, despite once likening it to 'rewarding bank robbers'

By Lukas Mikelionis

The mayor of Baltimore said this week that he’s open to paying off the hackers who paralyzed the city’s computer systems and are now demanding about $100,000 to restore the data, despite once likening the payoff as “rewarding bank robbers for robbing banks.”

Baltimore mayor open to paying off hackers who paralyzed city, despite once likening it to 'rewarding bank robbers'

By Lukas Mikelionis

The mayor of Baltimore said this week that he’s open to paying off the hackers who paralyzed the city’s computer systems and are now demanding about $100,000 to restore the data, despite once likening the payoff as “rewarding bank robbers for robbing banks.”

The real cost of cutting the cord: What streaming companies don't want you to know

By Kim Komando

Most of us have a love-hate relationship with cable. We like television. We love a handful of stations. But we don't need hundreds of useless channels, many of them boring, some of them in languages we don't understand. Month after month, we pay our cable bills, yet we use only a small fraction of what we pay for.

Yesterday โ€” May 24th 2019Your RSS feeds

Navy: Sailor pleads guilty to espionage, intended to defect to Russia

By Louis Casiano

He also admitted to taking photographs of areas containing sensitive information about the Navy’s nuclear propulsion program on the ship. He then sent the photos to his father and girlfriend.

How the Gulf War combat debut of 'stealth and GPS' transformed war

By Kris Osborn

When GPS-enabled sensors pinpointed enemy targets, surveillance aircraft monitored enemy troop movements and stealth bombers eluded radar tracking from air defenses in the opening days of Operation Desert Storm decades ago -- in January of 1991 – very few of those involved were likely considering how these attacks signified a new era in modern warfare.

Mark Zuckerberg claims Facebook security efforts will suffer if company is broken up

(Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) Mark Zuckerberg is countering calls to break up Facebook, saying that doing so would only diminish his company's billion-dollar attempts to fix the social network.

In Google's hometown, some residents are living on the streets in RVs

By Brooke Crothers

There’s a housing crisis in one of the most affluent areas in the country. To make it even more shocking, it's at the doorstep of one of the world's most valuable companies: Google.

Twitter bans left-wing Krassenstein Bros. for operating fake accounts: report

By Joseph Wulfsohn

A new report on Thursday says that the prolific anti-Trump Twitter personalities Brian and Ed Krassenstein have been permanently banned from the platform. 

Twitter bans left-wing Krassenstein Bros. for operating fake accounts: report

By Joseph Wulfsohn

A new report on Thursday says that the prolific anti-Trump Twitter personalities Brian and Ed Krassenstein have been permanently banned from the platform. 

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USPS experiments with driverless deliveries

By David Nath

A two-week test is underway of self-driving trucks from a San Diego startup TuSimple.

Amazon working on human emotion-detecting wearable, report says

It seems Amazon is preparing for a push into the wearable device market with a voice-activated gadget capable of detecting human emotions.

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