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Some of Verizon’s Visible Cell Network Customers Say They’ve Been Hacked

Verizon’s Visible network has confirmed that some accounts were accessed without authorization. Visible is a cell service owned and operated by Verizon that “pitches itself as a less expensive, ‘all-digital’ network, meaning there aren’t any physical stores like you’d get with a tradtiional carrier,” notes The Verge. From the report: Starting on Monday, customers on both Twitter and Reddit reported ... Read More »

Cisco Wants To Climb Back the Way Microsoft Did

The networking giant says it has turned a corner in its attempt to adapt to the cloud era. From a report: Cisco is hardly a failure. It produces billions of dollars in annual profits and is generally regarded as stable and well-run. But investors feared that its steady operations could lead to a slow-motion descent into obsolescence in an industry ... Read More »

Captain Kirk Safely Goes To Space and Back

New submitter pele writes: Captain Kirk alias William Shatner has just safely completed his first trip to space and back, and in the process has become the oldest person ever to have been to space. More news and coverage at BBC and Evening Standard. Blue Origin took the 90-year-old just about 60 miles (100km) above the Earth’s surface where those ... Read More »

Activision Unveils Ricochet Anti-cheat System for Call of Duty

Activision unveiled its Ricochet anti-cheat system for Call of Duty games as it tries to attack a longstanding cheating problem that has frustrated a lot of players. From a report: The new system will get rid of players cheating in Call of Duty: Warzone later this year and it will debut with Call of Duty: Vanguard, the new premium game ... Read More »