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  • Self-Driving Car Will Make Trip From San Francisco To New York City
    on Mar 14, 2015 in transportation
    An anonymous reader writes with news that Delphi Automotive is undertaking the longest test of a driverless car yet, from the Golden Gate Bridge to midtown Manhattan. "Lots of people decide, at one point or another, to drive across the US. College ki...
  • Pi Day Extraordinaire
    on Mar 14, 2015 in math
    First time accepted submitter DrTJ writes Today is Pi day. This year is a bit more extraordinary as it is 3/14/15 (in American date format). To celebrate, USA Today has posted a number of videos of kids reciting Pi, one of them to 8,784 digits. The W...
  • Steve Jobs's Big Miss: TV
    on Mar 14, 2015 in business
    jfruh writes Steve Jobs was a well-known audiophile and music lover, which helps explain why Apple transformed the music industry in the '00s with the iPod and iTunes. But according to a new biography soon to be released, Apple may have failed to do...
  • Electrical Engineering Employment Declines Nearly 10%, But Developers Up 12%
    on Mar 14, 2015 in programming
    dcblogs writes The number of people working as electrical engineers declined by 29,000 last year, continuing a long-standing trend, according to government data. But the number of software developers, the largest IT occupational category, increased b...
  • MIT Launches Three-pronged Effort To Thwart Cyber Attacks
    on Mar 14, 2015 in security
    alphadogg writes MIT is attacking cybersecurity from three angles: technical, regulatory and managerial through three programs and in partnership with major corporations. The initiatives include participants from across several MIT schools as well as...
  • Wikipedia Entries On NYPD Violence Get Some Edits From Headquarters
    on Mar 13, 2015 in crime
    First reported by Capital, and picked up by Reason, it seems that "Computers operating on the New York Police Department’s computer network at its 1 Police Plaza headquarters have been used to alter Wikipedia pages containing details of alleged...
  • Reporters Without Borders Unblocks Access To Censored Websites
    on Mar 12, 2015 in censorship
    Mark Wilson writes Online censorship is rife. In many countries, notably China, citizens are prevented from accessing certain websites at the behest of their government. To help provide access to information and unbiased news, freedom of information...
  • The Role of a Nonprofit In Open Source Development
    on Mar 12, 2015 in kde
    jrepin writes KDE is among the biggest open source projects which continues to innovate and evolve with the changing times. Often we have seen this particular community create technologies ahead of its time which were later adopted by other projects.
  • Endurance Experiment Kills Six SSDs Over 18 Months, 2.4 Petabytes
    on Mar 12, 2015 in storage
    crookedvulture writes Slashdot has previously covered The Tech Report's SSD Endurance Experiment, and the final chapter in that series has now been published. The site spent the last 18 months writing data to six consumer-grade SSDs to see how much i...
  • Google's Pricey Pixel Gets USB-C and a Lower Price
    on Mar 12, 2015 in chrome
    The Register reports that Google's high-end Chromebook Pixel has gotten a few spec bumps, and a lower price. It's still a touchscreen with a resolution of 2,560 × 1,700, but now that screen is backed by 8GB RAM (rather than 4) as a base configur...
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