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NSA hid spying software in hard drive firmware, report says
The U.S. National Security Agency has figured out how to hide spying software deep within hard drives, giving the agency the means to eavesdrop on the majority of the world's computers, according to cyber researchers and former operatives.
Canada's next-generation military smart gun unveiled
Looking every bit like a weapon from a science fiction movie, the latest integrated assault rifle prototype being developed for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) is packed with some very smart weapons technology. Along with the ability to fire new lightweig
American Benjamin Miller gored by bull in sphincter
Benjamin Miller was hurt at Ciudad Rodrigo's Carnaval del Toro yesterday. The Georgia native had a three-hour operation to repair his thighs, sphincter and back
Miller is recovering in an intensive-care unit.
Sex traffickers' juju spells'
Britain’s anti-slavery commissioner is examining radical new plans to prosecute sex traffickers by “reversing” the juju spells that terrorise many of their victims into staying silent.
Hefty AHS smartphone voice and data roaming overages cause
Prentice is not amused by what’s gone on at AHS, especially when he’s out there banging the drum for cuts to the budget.
A few days back Prentice said: “There seems to be a lot of smartphones at AHS but a large number of them don’t seem to have smart peo
5 'healthy' food claims to watch out for
Many people rely on making healthy food choices to lower their risk of chronic illnesses or because they are concerned about their weight. But how much can you rely on labels? CBC's Marketplace found some labels on food shelves are misleading, or appear t
Sun News Network shuts down
Sun News Network, dubbed by pundits as "Fox News North" when it launched in April 2011, went off the air Friday morning after failing to find a new owner.
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