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Xbox Get’s A Surprise Update But Hololens Knocked Our Socks Off

An Xbox upgrade and Projet X-Ray amaze at Microsoft Devices launch.

T-Mobile Breach Really? Defenses And Obama (and Congress) Incompetence

So how would someone just breach the T-Mobile records and why? This is infuriating.

A racist scientist doesn’t want immigration friendly countries to use his software.

I always thought education was a good tool to fight bigotry, apparently I was wrong. A German scientists, Gangolf Jobb, is revoking the licence for his bioinformatics software, Treefinder, for researchers in eight European, immigrant friendly, countries. Treefinder is commonly used for scientific papers to build diagrams, from sequence data, showing the most likely evolutionary relationship of various species. The software has not been updated for years and is not unique or irreplaceable. It is widely used because researchers are used to it but alternatives are already being listed for those...