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Government officials from Germany and the Netherlands signed an agreement for the building of the first-ever joint military Internet, so-called TEN (Tactical Edge Networking).The agreement was signed this week in Brussels, during a meeting of NATO defense ministers.“The accord was signed on Wednesday in Brussels, Belgium, where NATO defense ministers met this week.” reads the post of...
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Maps just got a lot more useful for commuters. The company today announced a pair of updates for its mapping application — one that will offer live traffic delays for buses in the cities where it didn’t already provide real-time updates, and another that will tell you how crowded your bus, train, or subway car will be.The latter is perhaps the more interesting of the two, as it...
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Twitter  didn’t name any names with today’s new feature news, but one extremely online user loomed large over the announcement. The company took to its Safety blog to announce the addition of a new “abusive behavior” label that users will have to click through to access content.This isn’t just any content warning, though. It applies to a pretty exclusive club of users whose...
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Google today announced a slew of improvements to the way video recommendations are presented on YouTube. Acknowledging that no one knows a user's tastes better than the user, YouTube is implementing some changes that give users more control over what videos are shown in the Homepage and the Up Next section in video pages.The most interesting of these enhancements is the...
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A week ago, Microsoft finally launched its Chromium-based Edge browser for older versions of Windows, including Windows 7, 8, and 8.1. It was only available from the Canary branch though, which is updated daily. Today, Edge Dev is now available for the older operating systems.Edge Dev is updated weekly, and that means that it's less likely to break. There's also an Edge Beta branch that's...
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A few days ago, Riviera Beach City agreed to pay $600,000 in ransom, now less than a week later, another city in Florida opted to do the same to recover its data after a ransomware attack.The victim is Lake City, Florida, that during an emergency meeting of the city council held on Monday, voted to pay a ransom demand of 42 bitcoins, worth nearly $500,000. Lake City is a small city...