Milano, l’urto nel sorpasso, poi l’aggressione: «Io colpito con la mazza da baseball»

Nel tardo pomeriggio, ricoverato al pronto soccorso del Policlinico, appena fatta una nuova Tac alla testa, spiega di non ricordare bene; della mattinata ha «qualche flash, immagini confuse». È partito da Pieve Emanuele, era diretto a Milano, al deposito «Martesana» delle ferrovie, dove lavora come capo squadra nella ditta che ha in appalto le pulizie … Continue reading Milano, l’urto nel sorpasso, poi l’aggressione: «Io colpito con la mazza da baseball»

Researchers disclose new Spectre exploit variant, but Intel and AMD leave mitigation off by default

The specter of Spectre still looms above chipmakers; a new variant of that most dire of chip flaws was disclosed today, and Intel has a patch ready to go. It’s issuing the mitigation in tandem with the announcement that may come with a serious performance hit — which is why it will be off by … Continue reading Researchers disclose new Spectre exploit variant, but Intel and AMD leave mitigation off by default

Subscription video services’ recommendations aren’t working, study claims

Streaming video services invest heavily in technology to improve their ability to show users a set of personalized recommendations about what to what next. But according to a new research study released today by UserTesting, it seems that consumers aren’t watching much recommended content – in fact, only 29 percent of the study’s participants said … Continue reading Subscription video services’ recommendations aren’t working, study claims

Trump’s iPhone use reportedly ignores ‘inconvenient’ security advice

However, unlike the iPhone eventually issued to President Obama — that couldn’t call anyone, install apps, take pictures or play music — Trump’s phone for calling includes a camera and microphone (the GPS is disabled). Those items mean if it were compromised someone could monitor the president’s movements or activities. The story also cited an … Continue reading Trump’s iPhone use reportedly ignores ‘inconvenient’ security advice