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Hackers steal card data from 201 online campus stores from Canada and the US

Image: Trend Micro A group of hackers has planted malicious JavaScript code that steals payment card details inside the e-commerce system used by colleges and universities in Canada and the US. The malicious code was found on 201 online stores that were catering to 176 colleges and universities in the US and 21 in Canada, cyber-security Trend Micro said in… Read more →

Hands-on with the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition: Double storage and vibrant color

10 Apple gadgets you shouldn’t buy (May 2019 edition) iPhones, iPads, Macs, and other Apple gadgets you shouldn’t buy. Source Article from https://www.zdnet.com/pictures/hands-on-with-the-blackberry-key2-red-edition-double-storage-and-vibrant-color/#ftag=RSSbaffb68Hands-on with the BlackBerry KEY2 Red Edition: Double storage and vibrant colorhttps://www.zdnet.com/pictures/hands-on-with-the-blackberry-key2-red-edition-double-storage-and-vibrant-color/#ftag=RSSbaffb68http://www.zdnet.com/blog/rss.xmlLatest blogs for ZDNetLatest blogs for ZDNethttps://zdnet3.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/zdnetcore/images/logos/zdnet-144×144.png

Generation Z workers expect promotion within six to 12 months

How to engage with Generation Z in the workplace Ian Golding, interim CIO at the Natural History Museum, talks about the evolving CIO role and how to lead people successfully. Generation Z started entering the workplace in 2017 and employers need to adjust. Research from the HR director shows that it will make up almost a quarter of the global workforce… Read more →

Mesmerizing plush toy robots made on a knitting machine

Carnegie Mellon has the coolest lab names. These plush toys that are actually robots made on knitting machines, for examples, came out of CMU’s Morphing Matter Lab and Dev Lab in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute. The soft robots emerge from industrial knitting machines, the kind used to create scarves at volume, in their desired shapes and with tendons already embedded. Just add stuffing motors… Read more →

A hacker is wiping Git repositories and asking for a ransom

Hundreds of developers have had had Git source code repositories wiped and replaced with a ransom demand. The attacks started earlier today, appear to be coordinated across Git hosting services (GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab), and it is still unclear how they are happening. What it is known is that the hacker removes all source code and recent commits from vitcims’ Git… Read more →

You’re dating everyone: How algorithms will put us all in our place(s)

Do you know what I hate most about social networking sites like Facebook? The people. They ruin everything. No, seriously. I used to love using Facebook, although I can’t exactly remember the last time when my enjoyment significantly outweighed my rage. Also: Why social media fatigue is spreading Setting digital boundaries on Facebook and social networks is hard Lately, I have… Read more →