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How Reliable Are 10TB and 12TB Hard Drives? Backblaze Publishes Q1 2018 Hard Drive Reliability

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Wolfrider writes: Backblaze's hard drive report for the first quarter 2018 makes very interesting reading for anyone who is interested in hard drive performance and reliability. As of March 31, 2018, the company had 100,110 hard drives working for it,

The 50 Years of Crowd Control Research Police Are Ignoring

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Thelasko shares an excerpt from FiveThirtyEight: Researchers have spent 50 years studying the way crowds of protesters and crowds of police behave -- and what happens when the two interact. One thing they will tell you is that when the police respond

How AI and Voice Technology is Similar to a Service Dog

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Can a more complex comparison be made? AI and voice assistance are similar to a seeing-eye dog. Throwing the duties of a service dog into the same court as technology is outlandish as things get, even in the middle of an ever-shifting pandemic. But with retai

Discover your dog's history and screen its health with these dog DNA tests

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Find out about your dog's health and heritage with these discounted dog DNA kits. DNA kits aren't just for people. This holiday season, you can grab a DNA kit for your dog to find out about their health and heritage. For Cyber Monday, Embark has two

Getting on the same page with Paging 3

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Posted by Florina Muntenescu, Android Developer Advocate Getting on the same page with Paging 3 The Paging library enables you to load large sets of data gradually and gracefully, reducing network usage and system resources. You told us that the

Amazon Is Telling Police Departments What To Say About Its Ring Surveillance Cameras

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Amazon isn't just partnering with hundreds of America's police departments. They're also "directing the departments' press releases, social media posts and comments on public posts," according to the Guardian: Ring says the program gives police more

Police Departments Are Training Dogs To Sniff Out Thumb Drives

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A CNET report provides some insight on an elite K-9 search class that trains dogs to sniff out electronics, including phones, hard drives and microSD cards smaller than your thumb. From the report: Only one out of every 50 dogs tested qualifies to become

A story of file corruption, with a happy ending

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Ten years ago, I finally set up my first raid. Three Samsung EcoGreen F4 2TB hard drives. I felt real fancy. I had a bunch of rare, random file corruption. No hard drive errors, no operating system errors, nothing. Just files gone. Seriously demoralizing.

WD Sets the Record Straight: Lists All Drives That Use Slower SMR Tech

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News emerged last week that WD, Seagate and Toshiba are all shipping hard drives using Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR), a slower form of HDD technology that can result in reduced performance in some types of workloads, but without disclosing that critical

Tesla 'Dog Mode' Will Stop Pets From Overheating In Cars, Elon Musk Says

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk said his fleet of electric vehicles will be getting a "dog mode" to protect pets from overheating. The feature, which will be rolled out next week, will be able to detect when a pet is locked inside the car -- and keep the temperature

Tesla 'Dog Mode' Will Stop Pets From Overheating In Cars, Elon Musk Says

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk said his fleet of electric vehicles will be getting a "dog mode" to protect pets from overheating. The feature, which will be rolled out next week, will be able to detect when a pet is locked inside the car -- and keep the temperature

Police Charity Bought An iPhone Hacking Tool and Gave It To Cops

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The San Diego Police Foundation, an organization that receives donations from corporations, purchased iPhone unlocking technology for the city's police department, according to emails obtained by Motherboard. From the report: The finding comes as activist