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Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

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Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

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Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








Your Personal Data Is On Your Phone -- In the Form of Bacteria

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:17pm
jfruh (300774) writes "Yes, we all know that we have a lot of personally identifying information on our phones that maybe we shouldn't. But even if our data is locked down and encrypted, we're all leaving biological footprints on our phones, which are basically extensions of our personal bacterial ecosystem. A study has concluded that phones could be a less invasive source of information in studying individual microbiomes than current techniques."

Read more of this story at Slashdot.








IT managers: How to prepare your business for the Internet of Things

Thinq - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 5:00pm

IT should look for opportunities to consolidate endpoint systems management because managing disparate point solutions is only going to get harder as the number of connected devices mushrooms.

Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/15/it-managers-how-to-prepare-your-business-for-the-internet-of-things/

White House Punts On Petition To Allow Tesla Direct Sales

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 4:35pm
First time accepted submitter neanderslob (1207704) writes Last Friday, over a year after the petition gained the required signatures for a response, the White House rejected a We the People petition to "Allow Tesla Motors to sell directly to consumers in all 50 states." The letter went on to defend the administration by citing their initiatives "in promoting vehicle efficiency." In response, Tesla is firing back, blasting the White House for a lack of leadership on the issue and stating "138,469 people signed the petition asking the White House to allow Tesla Motors to sell directly to consumers in all 50 states. More than a year later, at 7.30pm EST on Friday as most of America prepared for the weekend, the White House released its disappointing response to those people. Rather than seize an opportunity to promote innovation and support the first successful American car company to be started in more than a century, the White House issued a response that was even more timid than its rejection of a petition to begin construction of a Death Star." There's a legal issue here: the executive can't just wave state law aside. But they could suggest Congress write new laws instead of just noting that Congress would need to take action.

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Piece of Apple close to smashing CRAZY 2012 share price record

El Reg - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 4:26pm
Is an equally massive share plunge in the offing?

Apple stock has soared to a high unmatched since the glory days of 2012, with analysts predicting its price could continue to skyrocket and reach record levels.…

Bristol University discovers a faster high-quality video wireless transmission technology

L'Inq - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 4:07pm

To combat the ever-swelling amount of mobile video traffic


Google's Project Zero Aims To Find Exploits Before Attackers Do

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 4:01pm
DavidGilbert99 (2607235) writes "Google has announced Project Zero, a group of security experts who will hunt down security flaws in all software which touches the Internet. Among the group is a 24-year-old called George Hotz who shot to fame in 2007 when he was the first to unlock the iPhone before reverse engineering the PlayStation 3." Quoting the Project Zero announcement: You should be able to use the web without fear that a criminal or state-sponsored actor is exploiting software bugs to infect your computer, steal secrets or monitor your communications. Yet in sophisticated attacks, we see the use of "zero-day" vulnerabilities to target, for example, human rights activists or to conduct industrial espionage. This needs to stop. ... We're not placing any particular bounds on this project and will work to improve the security of any software depended upon by large numbers of people, paying careful attention to the techniques, targets and motivations of attackers. All issues will be reported to the usual public vulnerability databases after vendors are given a short period to fix their systems and software.

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Google Nest, ARM, Samsung pull out Thread to strangle ZigBee

El Reg - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 3:57pm
But there's a flaw in Google's IP-based IoT system

Nest Labs, the connected thermostat upstart acquired by Google for $3.2bn, is leading the charge of tech companies launching a new wireless protocol for Internet of Things devices.…

Microsoft's Project Adam knows the difference between an engineer and a dog

L'Inq - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 3:46pm

Major breakthrough for canine identification


OpenWRT 14.07 RC1 Supports Native IPv6, Procd Init System

Slashdot - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 3:20pm
An anonymous reader writes Release Candidate One of OpenWRT 14.07 "Barrier Breaker" is released. Big for this tiny embedded Linux distribution for routers in 14.07 is native IPv6 support and the procd init system integration. The native IPv6 support is with the RA and DHCPv6+PD client and server support plus other changes. Procd is OpenWRT's new preinit, init, hotplug, and event system. Perhaps not too exciting is support for upgrading on devices with NAND, and file system snapshot/restore so you can experiment without fear of leaving your network broken. There's also experimental support for the musl standard C library.

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Native Americans KILLED AND ATE DUMBO, say archaeologists

El Reg - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 3:19pm
Yum, trunk meat, my favourite

The primitive folk assessed by many archaeologists as being the original native Americans – that is, the Clovis people – killed and ate the lovable prehistoric elephants that inhabited the continent alongside them, scientists say.…

British data cops: We need greater powers and more money

El Reg - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 3:16pm
You want data butt kicking, we need bigger boots - ICO

The UK's data privacy watchdog is lobbying for greater powers and funding after reporting a bumper workload.…

Microsoft rolls out Cyan update with Windows Phone 8.1 to Lumia smartphones

L'Inq - Tue, 15/07/2014 - 3:08pm

But there's still no Cortana for UK users


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