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Displaying items by tag: University of California

Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Engineering computer science department have discovered vulnerabilities earlier in the speculative execution chain of a processor than the Spectre flaw which was made public in January 2018.

Published in Security

Researchers at the University of California in Irvine have demonstrated a method whereby sensitive information entered through a keyboard can be retrieved if one has access to the keyboard within a minute of the word(s) being typed.

Published in Security

Google has been paying academics to write papers that could help influence public opinion and policy, with money going to professors at universities ranging from Harvard to the University of California at Berkeley.

Published in Strategy

IT workers at the state-supported University of California are set to file a case this week against their being replaced by workers from the Indian outsourcing company HCL.

Published in Outsourcing

You need to be careful – even in Google’s Play Store. Hordes of apps are downloaded without any idea of the risks involved.

Published in Security
Monday, 30 June 2014 15:48

Facebook users in uproar after secret study

Facebook users are pushing back after news surfaced of a "massive experiment" in which users were unwitting participants in a study of how social media posts affected their moods.

Published in Home Tech

A proposal for using sailing ships to generate electricity has been announced by two scientists from the University of California at Davis.


Published in Energy




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