Zuckerberg’s 2018 Personal Challenge: Fix Facebook – PCMag


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Zuckerberg's 2018 Personal Challenge: Fix Facebook
PCMag
Mark Zuckerberg has a very lofty New Year's resolution: fix the social networking site he started. "The world feels anxious and divided, and Facebook has a lot of work to do," the Facebook CEO wrote in a Thursday post. He pointed to the abuse and hate
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Ajit Pai reportedly cancelled CES appearance due to death threats – Engadget


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Ajit Pai reportedly cancelled CES appearance due to death threats
Engadget
Yesterday, CES announced that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai would no longer be appearing at the trade show where he was scheduled to take part in a conversation with FTC Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen. No reasons were given by CES or the FCC at the time for the
News of Note—Intel, Bosch and moreFierceWireless


The FCC chairman received death threats before canceling his CES appearanceBusiness Insider
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai canceled his appearance at CES because of death threatsRecode
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Nintendo Switch Now The US’s All-Time Fastest-Selling Console In First 10 Months – GameSpot


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Nintendo Switch Now The US's All-Time Fastest-Selling Console In First 10 Months
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Nintendo Switch got off to a hot start at launch last year, and that success carried through the end of 2017. According to Nintendo, the system has now broken another record in the United States: Through its first 10 months on the market, Switch is now
Nintendo eShop Releases for Switch and 3DS: January 4IGN


5 reasons Nintendo Switch is so popularSlashGear
The Switch Might End up With Third-Party Support Nintendo Hasn't Seen Since the SNESGame Revolution
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Global Warming’s Toll on Coral Reefs: As if They’re ‘Ravaged by War’ – New York Times


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Global Warming's Toll on Coral Reefs: As if They're 'Ravaged by War'
New York Times
Before we call rockfish, shrimp and crab “dinner,” some of these species call coral reefs “home.” But those reefs, home to a quarter of all marine fish species, are now increasingly threatened as rising ocean temperatures accelerate a phenomenon known
Coral reefs head for 'knock-out punch'BBC News


Coral reefs are bleaching four times as frequently as they did in the 1980s, scientists sayWashington Post
Coral reefs under siege: Frequency of bleaching has increased almost fivefold since the '80sUSA TODAY
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How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws – PCWorld


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How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws
PCWorld
A pair of nasty CPU flaws exposed this week have serious ramifications for home computer users. Meltdown and Spectre let attackers access protected information in your PC's kernel memory, potentially revealing sensitive details like passwords
The CPU catastrophe will hit hardest in the cloudThe Verge


How to protect yourself from Meltdown and Spectre CPU flawsCNET
The security of pretty much every computer on the planet has just gotten a lot worseCNN
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Coral reefs head for ‘knock-out punch’ – BBC News


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Coral reefs head for 'knock-out punch'
BBC News
Repeat bouts of warmer seawater are posing a significant challenge to the world's tropical corals. A study of 100 reefs, published in Science Magazine, shows the interval between bleaching events in recent decades has shortened dramatically. It has
Coral Reefs Are Bleaching Too Frequently to RecoverThe Atlantic


Global Warming's Toll on Coral Reefs: As if They're 'Ravaged by War'New York Times
Coral reefs under siege: Frequency of bleaching has increased almost fivefold since the '80sUSA TODAY
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Intel claims its new security updates make PCs ‘immune’ to Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs – The Verge


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Intel claims its new security updates make PCs 'immune' to Meltdown and Spectre CPU bugs
The Verge
Intel says it and its partners have “made significant progress” in rolling out security patches and firmware updates to protect against two major CPU bugs. The flaws were disclosed by Google's Project Zero team this week, and the industry is scrambling
How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flawsPCWorld


Spectre and Meltdown are massive security flaws that affect almost every PC on Earth. Here's what you need to know.Washington Post
Why Intel x86 must die: Our cloud-centric future depends on open source chipsZDNet
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