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Top-Secret NSA Report Details Russian Hacking Effort Days Before 2016 Election

Russian hacking groups played a larger role in the 2016 election than anyone realized, according to a highly-classified NSA document published today in The Intercept. The document reveals that a Russian intelligence operation sent spear-phishing emails to more than 100 local election officials days before the election, which ran through a hack of a U.S. voting software supplier. The Russian ... Read More »

Apple’s New iOS File Manager Coming This Fall As Part of iOS 11

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: Apple announced the new file manager today. A demo showed that the application will provide access to local files and files in cloud storage services such as Dropbox, iCloud Drive, and Box. It will support nested folders, favorites, search, tags, and a list view in which files can be sorted by ... Read More »

Hackers Leak Eight Episodes of An Unreleased ABC Show

The hacking entity TheDarkOverlord (TDO) has reportedly leaked Steve Harvey’s Funderdome via The Pirate Bay. TDO said they approached ABC “with a most handsome business proposal” not to leak eight episodes of the ABC show but was “rudely denied an audience.” TorrentFreak reports: Late April, a hacking group calling itself TheDarkOverlord (TDO) warned that unless a ransom was paid, it ... Read More »

Apple Announces Native HEVC Support In MacOS High Sierra and iOS 11

New submitter StreamingEagle writes: Apple massively improves the quality of photo and video experiences, including High Dynamic Range. High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) can double photo and video storage capacity, and cut the time to upload or share by half. HEVC video compression and HEIF photo compression are coming to iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra. Sean Hollister adds via ... Read More »

Trump Wants To Modernize Air Travel By Turning Over Control To the Big Airlines

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Today, President Donald Trump endorsed a plan to hand over oversight of the nation’s airspace to a non-profit corporation that will likely be largely controlled by the major airlines. Republicans argue that privatizing air traffic control will help save money and fast track important technological upgrades. But Democrats and consumer groups ... Read More »