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My headset is reading my mind and talking behind my back

Something for the Weekend, Sir? 'A virgin? In his right ear, perhaps'
Alistair Dabbs, 19 Aug 9:44
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'Flying Bum's' first flight was a gas, gas, gas

Video We like big blimps and we cannot lie, as the Airlander takes to the sky
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He's a p0wnball Wizard, and he's twisted one Ubuntu-powered game

Hacker's supple wrist plants new imagery in and streams data from Hobbit game
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Demise of Angler, the world's worst exploit kit, still shrouded in mystery

Not everyone is convinced the Lurk takedown also accounted for Angler
Darren Pauli, 16 Aug 6:38
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Air gap breached by disk drive noise

Video Attack still needs malware, can be defeated by silent solid state disks
Simon Sharwood, 15 Aug 2:16
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Forensics tool nabs data from Signal, Telegram, WhatsApp

USENIX VID 'Retroscope' smartphone app can retrieve your last five screens
Darren Pauli, 15 Aug 1:40
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The curious case of a wearables cynic and his enduring fat bastardry

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Let’s get physical, physical
Alistair Dabbs, 12 Aug 9:39
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NASA test foiled by rocket shaking power cord loose from camera

Video Snapper built to take you inside a rocket plume eventually produced stunning images
Simon Sharwood, 10 Aug 2:58
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Render crashing PCs back to their component silicon: They deserve it

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Fremen knows, I'm miserable now
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Top infosec top bods praise and damn in Pwnie Awards

Black Hat Remember (Sad)Badlock? They do
Iain Thomson, 4 Aug 9:3
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Black Hats control Jeep's steering, kill brakes

Black Hat video Tiny device could drive remote CAN bus assassinations
Darren Pauli, 2 Aug 3:50
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Airbus doesn't just make aircraft – now it designs drone killers

Vid New security system downs sky spies from seven miles away
Iain Thomson, 27 Jul 23:33
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Gullible Essex Police are now using junk science lie detectors

And sent Constable Ned Kelly on an 11-week training course to use the things
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Microsoft adds useful feature to PowerPoint. Seriously

New non-linear view poses threat to cosmic order
Andrew Orlowski, 27 Jul 11:34
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Star Trek Beyond: An unwatchable steaming pile of tribble dung

Review Trek works when the struggle is within, not when the fights are fast and furious
Mark Pesce, 20 Jul 15:2
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Reg readers head to pub to hear about the digital home

Reg Lecture Building internet mousetraps and enchanted umbrellas
Joe Fay, 20 Jul 10:0
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An anniversary to remember: The world's only air-to-air nuke was fired on 19 July, 1957

Vid 'Genie' test simulated pocket nukes' potential to evaporate bombers
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After Monday's landing, SpaceX wants to do it in triplicate

Rocketeers apply for two more landing pads, but faces NIMBY challenge
Iain Thomson, 20 Jul 1:35
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Drone bloke cuffed after gizmo stops firemen tackling forest inferno

Blaze-gawping flying cam shoos away vital helicopters
Iain Thomson, 19 Jul 0:38
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AT&T: We wanna be a drone company, not just a phone company

Vid Aerial inspectors, air traffic control and flying COWs ahead
Iain Thomson, 16 Jul 0:55
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Gaming apps, mugging and bad case of bruised Pokéballs

Something for the Weekend, Sir? Time for trouble (make it double)
Alistair Dabbs, 15 Jul 9:29
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ANZ Bank staffers drop slick incident response tool for Mandiant mobs

Plugs hundreds of endpoints into 'single pane of glass'
Darren Pauli, 15 Jul 7:18
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Reg readers cluster in pub to ponder artificial intelligence

Reg Events And hear why a mic-dropping, beer hurling AI would be a real advance
Joe Fay, 14 Jul 8:4
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It's 2016 and Windows lets crims poison your printer drivers

Among the Microsoft messes addressed in latest round of Patch Tuesday updates is a real doozy that allows remote attackers to compromise Windows machines thanks to a critical security vulnerability affecting printer drivers. The flaw is found in all desktop Windows since Vista and Windows Server since 2008 and means …