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The worm enters “termination” or “hibernation mode” after the 27th day of the month, remaining in infected systems but otherwise staying inactive until the first day of each month.

The problem, we figured out, was the fit. Each set of goggles comes with five nose pieces and the ability to add prescription lenses. Magic Leap’s experience is so closely linked to a person’s physiology, these goggles will need to fit perfectly to work. This is a challenge for a company trying to introduce a new type of tech. So, Magic Leap has contracted with former Apple executive Ron Johnson’s startup, Enjoy, which sends customer service people to deliver new tech gadgets and help users set them up. Enjoy representatives will deliver every Magic Leap headset, fit it, and provide a tutorial on how it works.

The history of letting ideas stand by themselves isn’t new. The tradition traces back centuries: Common Sense, the document credited by with fanning the flames of the American Revolution, was published anonymously in 1776. Common Sense was written by Thomas Paine, an Enlightenment-era thinker, and urged American colonists to declare independence from Great Britain. Despite the author’s anonymity, Common Sense sold 500,000 copies in its first year—a figure even more impressive when you consider that in 1776, America only had a population around 2.5 million.

Like a well-designed highway, the E3 Way would feature ramps and sluice systems to handle merging. Video surveillance and artificial intelligence would monitor the flow of traffic, because what kind of future would it be without constant surveillance and AI? Most of the network will have a roof (no worries about rainy days), and a “cooling system with purified rainwater [that] creates pleasant temperatures,” whatever that means. It’s a lovely vision: Instead of doing battle with cars and pedestrians and whatever else on the street, cyclists get their own safe haven, where they can zoom along, stopping only to pity the poor folks below.

The 1995 DNA ownership law was reversed by another law in 2001 that said genetic information is no longer private property once it is separated from a person’s identity either through encryption or anonymous research. Instead, the law brings a fine of up to $250,000 against any researchers who misuse genetic information – a provision many say is stronger than the 1995 law, which didn’t specify a penalty.

Next week, it will be President Barack Obama, who plans to deliver his presidential farewell address in Chicago on Tuesday. Today, it’s his science and technology team, which has just published an exit memo celebrating its accomplishments over the last eight years. The Office of Science and Technology Policy also lays out a checklist for the incoming Trump administration.

[partner id=”arstechnica” align=”right”]Thus, those “rolling deadlines” in many newsrooms are increasingly resembling the rapid iteration of the proverbial exercise device invented for the aforementioned cute domestic rodent. The observation was first made by Dean Starkman in a Columbia Journalism Review piece titled “The Hamster Wheel.”

If noise is a deal breaker for you, you might want to look at the Friedrich Kuhl SS08M10. It pumps out 7,900 BTUs of cooling power, and thanks to its vibration-isolating design and steel inner walls, it’s whisper quiet compared to units like the LW8011ER which cranks out about 55 to 60 decibels while operating. It also features a seven-day programmable thermostat, 24-hour timer, and patented ‘Comfortwatch’ technology that samples the air to maintain a more constant temperatures than a simple thermostat can manage. It looks sharp to too, but it’ll set you back $916. That’s way too much to spend on hardware that most of us only need for a months of the year, especially when something that sells for a quarter of the price will do the job just as well.

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Farnsworth and his colleagues have accumulated about 30,000 hours of nighttime recordings from microphone-and-hard-drive setups deployed across the central and eastern United States. Using software to extract bird calls from dead space, those recordings can be compressed to a length of several days. A researcher can compile records of a whole migratory season from dozens of locations in less than a week. “You’ve gained a tremendous amount of information, much more efficiently,” said Farnsworth.

Another project, The September 11 Web Archive began spidering the Web just hours after the attacks to cache corporate, government, media, memorial and tribute websites.

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WN: And how much of that litigation is based on the desire to not actually make anything, with new or old materials? Is it the lazy artist’s new franchise?

Users can transfer Bitcoins to and from each others’ accounts using scannable QR codes. (Photo courtesy Brandon Iles)

Publicly traded Internet companies are actively dropping the “dot-com” and “net” suffixes and prefixes they inserted in their corporate monikers at the height of the Net stock boom.

Opera is headed in a good direction by teaching people to code correctly from the start, hopefully reducing the probability of poor site code in the future.

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Finally, they say, they were tipped off to one final method of narrowing down the possible master key codes in Vingcard Vision locks by a clue on the company’s Assa Abloy University website for training hotel staff. Though they won’t elaborate further, the researchers note that the trick somehow involves a correlation between the location of a door in a hotel and its RFID enciphered code. The system means that beyond creating a master key to open any door in a hotel, they could also spoof specific “floor” and “section” keys that open only a subset of doors in a building—all the better to impersonate the sort of less-powerful keys that hotel housekeeping staff hold, for instance.

World Series viewers in Asia will notice familiar brands behind the plate, including sports equipment maker Mizuno.  In Canada, this year’s World Series advertisers include Miller Lite, Rogers Communications (NYSE:RCI) and retailer Canadian Tire. Mitsubishi and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ (NYSE:FCAU) Fiat brand will advertise in Mexico.

“I don’t feel famous in any right and I don’t put too much stock into it,” he says. “Remember the video isn’t about me, it’s about two raccoons doing it.”

Bruce Schneier is CTO of BT Counterpane and author of Beyond Fear: Thinking Sensibly About Security in an Uncertain World.

In particular, companies worry that employees might leak sensitive material – perhaps inadvertently – while posting comments to blog message boards. In a survey of over 300 large businesses conducted in conjunction with Forrester, Proofpoint found 57.2 percent of respondents were concerned with employees exposing sensitive material in blogs. That’s higher than the portion concerned with the risks of P2P networks.

For the moment, however, those connections are still live. And activists are using them to mobilize mass protests in Tehran. Opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi has just appeared. Tens of thousands of protesters are chanting “‘No fear, No fear, we are with each other.'”

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