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    Bay City News Service SAN FRANCISCO — A Russian man has been convicted of hacking into three Bay Area tech companies, United States Attorney David Anderson announced Friday. Yevgeniy Nikulin, 32, was convicted by a federal jury for hacking into LinkedIn, DropBox and the social networking company formerly known as Formspring. The jury found Nikulin hacked into computers belonging to the three companies. He installed malware on computers belonging to LinkedIn and Formspring and stole the usernames and passwords of...
    Joanna NeliusJust now•Filed to:AppleAppleApple siliconARMApple ARMMacBook Promacbook airSavePhoto: Caitlin McGarry (Gizmodo Even before Apple officially announced its plans to transition the Mac family over to Apple Silicon at WWDC last month, people predicted that Macs with Apple-made ARM processors were coming this year. Back in March, noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo speculated that the first Apple ARM processors could hit the market in 2020, later revising his prediction to 2021 due to possible covid-19-related production delays. That turned out to...
    The 2020 MacBook Air on the left versus the 2020 13-inch MacBook Pro on the right.Todd Haselton | CNBC Top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said predicted on Friday that the company will launch a new MacBook Pro with its in-house chips in the fourth quarter. Apple announced during its annual developer conference in June that it will move its computers from Intel chips to Apple-made processors. It currently uses its own chips for iPhones and iPads but has been...
    MacBook ‘Swallow’ an iPhone in its chassis so that it is the main engine of the team. If you think about it, the idea is a winner, especially now that Apple has turned to ARM processors and it seems that developers will find it very easy to program interchangeably for iOS and macOS. “data-reactid =” 12 “> Do we really need a computer if we have everything we need for day-to-day life on the phone? It is an existential doubt...
    Mumbai, July 6: Bollywood star Ranveer Singh turned 35 on Monday. To mark the occasion his fans have donated computers to a school, supporting education for underprivileged children in a village of Indore district. The actor’s fan club, called Ranveer Ka Fan Club, have been active since 2015 and the members do voluntary work. Atharva Khendekar, a fan of Ranveer’s said: “As you know, Ranveer Ka Fan Club is always on spot to help the unprivileged people and children....
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- The twelve Russians charged with hacking into Illinois election database may have worked as intelligence agents, but the I-Team has learned it didnt take above-average computer intelligence to pull off the heist.Russian hackers used a common computer trick employed by info-thieves, according to federal investigators.The electronic intrusion, which occurred in July of 2016 at the Illinois State Board of Election, was via a hacking technique called SQL injection. The names, addresses, dates of birth, drivers license numbers...
    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Gov. John Bel Edwards is using much of the $50 million in discretionary education aid awarded to Louisiana to help with the coronavirus response to buy computers and expand internet access for public school students. The Democratic governor has agreed to spend $32 million for the effort to bridge the digital divide at K-12 schools. Another $15 million will go to higher education, with two-thirds of that money paying to accelerate training for students to...
    Mary Winston Jackson (1921–2005) overcame barriers of segregation and gender bias to become an engineer and leader at NASA. NASA is renaming its Washington, D.C. headquarters building in honor of Mary W. Jackson, the first African American female engineer at NASA. Jackson is best known to those outside NASA as one of the central characters followed in Margot Lee Shetterly’s book Hidden Figures, and in the movie of the same name, where she was portrayed by actress Janelle Monáe. Jackson began her career at NASA—before it even...
    AUSTIN (CBSDFW.COM) — A loophole in COVID-19 restrictions in Texas allows for some concerts and entertainment events to be held before thousands of people and that is how performer Vanilla Ice is set to hold a July 4th concert in Austin. The concert is scheduled to take place at the Emerald Point Bar & Grill — a business on Lake Travis that is categorized as a restaurant because at least 51% of its sales are food. There are some 2,500...
    Labor rejected help from officials outside the State Public Employment Service (SEPE) in the harshest moments of chaos in the body for the management of ERTE for lack of laptops. According to sources from those affected and from the SEPE staff, the help of other Administration officials to expedite the processing of the files and avoid delays in the payment of the benefit was denied despite the request for such help in the Royal Decree 11/2020, of March 31. The...
    As any good bargain hunter would advise you, never settle for full price, especially in an age where discounts live on all corners of the internet. In the case of laptops and tablets, that means there are markdowns to be had on brand-new or refurbished devices. And we’re not just talking about on Black Friday. You can find amazing deals on devices from some of today’s biggest tech brand names, including Microsoft, Lenovo, Samsung, and HP, right now. This includes...
    Apple could announce plans this month to swap out Intel chips with its own processors in Mac computers, a new report says. The tech giant is getting ready to make the switch official at its Worldwide Developers Conference that starts on June 22, Bloomberg News reported Tuesday. The annual event will be held online because of the coronavirus pandemic. That would give developers time to adjust their software to the new main processors that will be used in Mac laptops...
    The Minnesota Senate’s servers were breached Tuesday morning, and hackers were able to access a file of passwords used by senators and staff, Senate officials said Tuesday evening. The breach prompted the Senate’s information services to quickly take down the Senate’s website and begin slowly rebuilding pages. As of 6 p.m., a number of Senate web pages were still down. The attack was by “the same hacker group” that has been targeting numerous state agencies, according to a letter sent...
    Minnesota is fending off cyber-attacks aimed at crippling the state’s computer systems, officials announced Sunday afternoon. Officials haven’t explicitly said that the attacks are connected to attempts to foment civil unrest as law enforcement and the National Guard mount an unprecedented mobilization to tamp down unprecedented violence over the past several days following the death of George Floyd, a black man who died Monday after a white police officer knelt on his neck. But the inference is there to be...