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2014/12/19 22:19
2014/12/19 22:19
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... into helping isn't known. The hackers reportedly stole a key password from someone in IT. U.S. investigators told CNN that the hackers stole the computer credentials of a system...
2014/12/19 22:19
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2014/12/19 19:04
2014/12/19 19:04
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... between the infrastructure used in this attack and other malicious cyber activity the U.S. government has previously linked directly to North Korea. For example, the FBI discovered that...
2014/12/15 14:43
2014/12/15 14:43
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Using Poison-frog Compounds to Control Fire Ants By Sandra Avant - U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists and their collaborators have found that naturally occurring...
2014/12/11 23:24
2014/12/11 23:24
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... the laws of other nations within their territory. In July Microsoft lost that battle and Ars Technica reports the tech giant has filed another appeal with the 2nd US Circuit Court of...
2014/12/11 21:16
2014/12/11 21:16
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Broadband Networks Initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, according to a report on Ars Technica. One of the latest efforts: Next Century Cities, a coalition of 32 cities trying to...
2014/12/10 20:46
2014/12/10 20:46
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... that will flourish in the face of climate change, thanks to findings by scientists at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). This work, conducted by Agricultural Research Service (ARS)...
2014/12/10 11:42
2014/12/10 11:42
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... Condé Nast Entertainment. The Scene features content from Condé Nast brands like Allure, Ars Technica, Details, Glamour, The New Yorker, GQ, Wired and Vogue. The Scene also distributes...
2014/12/08 10:29
2014/12/08 10:29
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... launched in Portland, Oregon on Friday, and it's already raising the ire of local officials. Ars Technica reports that the City of Portland plans to levy hefty fines against Uber drivers...
2014/12/05 16:12
2014/12/05 16:12
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... just like in 1969, setting foot on the Moon. Now, it's a start for a journey far beyond, to Mars via asteroids, and to recover space pioneering aspirations. But before reaching other worlds,...
2014/12/04 19:33
2014/12/04 19:33
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... be the configuration of the original six voices. They have kept that combination for 46 years, as members retired and new singers came on board. Today they tour for six months of the year,...
2014/12/04 12:39
2014/12/04 12:39
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... have high levels of yellow-pigmented carotenoids. We're talking about the popular potato. ARS researchers have developed three new varieties of potatoes with red and purple flesh and skin,...
2014/12/03 23:17
2014/12/03 23:17
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... 2014, liquidity was solid with $258 million in cash of which $221 million was held outside the U.S. and $1.45 billion available from a $1.5 billion senior unsecured RCF which expires in December...
2014/12/02 19:46
2014/12/02 19:46
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ARS scientists and their collaborators have discovered that alkaloids found on the skin of some poison dart frogs can kill fire ants. Image courtesy of Marshal Hedin. U.S. Department of Agriculture...
2014/12/01 21:19
2014/12/01 21:19
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Twitter accounts associated with Sony Pictures films also appeared to be compromised, according to Ars Technica. The account for the movie "Starship Troopers" tweeted out a hokey image featuring a...
2014/11/24 02:26
2014/11/24 02:26
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... the publicity given to that committee (back then such events were actually covered in the U.S. news media, not mocked and ignored), some reforms in the monitoring of the intelligence...
2014/11/22 15:08
2014/11/22 15:08
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... search engines from other commercial services” as a possible way to address Google’s power. Ars Technica also saw the proposal, and notes the resolution doesn’t mention Google specifically....
2014/11/21 19:19
2014/11/21 19:19
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Boosting butanol's role in the biofuel world By Marcia Wood ARS News Service The potential for producing butanol as a biofuel has become a bit more promising, thanks to U.S. Department of...
2014/11/20 21:46
2014/11/20 21:46
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Networking Tool to Public WASHINGTON, Nov. 20, 2014—VIVO, a Web application used internally by U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists since 2012 to allow better national networking...
2014/12/19 22:19
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