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NSA-Leaking Shadow Brokers Just Dumped Its Most Damaging Release Yet

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: The Shadow Brokers — the mysterious person or group that over the past eight months has leaked a gigabyte worth of the National Security Agency’s weaponized software exploits — just published its most significant release yet. Friday’s dump contains potent exploits and hacking tools that target most versions of Microsoft Windows ... Read More »

The Great Japan Potato-Chip Crisis: Panic Buying, $12 Bags

Demand for potato chips has surged in Japan this week, with products on offer for 6 times their retail price online after Japanese snack company Calbee halted the sale of some of its most popular chip brands. From a report: Calbee’s pizza-flavored chips were going for about 1,250 yen ($12) on Yahoo Japan Corp.’s auction website Friday. One bag usually ... Read More »

A New Survey Shows Consumers Are Not That Freaked Out By Tech

Lippincott, a global creative consultancy, asked 2,000 “leading edge” consumers in the U.S. whether they were excited to welcome our robot overlords or terrified of them. A report on FastCompany adds: Some of their findings go against conventional wisdom, like the belief that consumers are scared about the future. Turns out 80 percent said they are excited about changes in ... Read More »