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October 17, 2017 9:15 PM Blood transfusion from previously pregnant donor deadly for men: Study

Men beware! Receiving blood transfusions from a woman donor, who has ever been pregnant, is linked to an increased risk of death among males, warns a recent study. The results revealed that men, who received blood transfusions from previously pregnant female donors, were 13 percent more likely to die, compared with men who received blood transfusions 134

October 17, 2017 5:26 AM Huawei challenges Apple and Samsung with its new line of smartphone

Chinese device manufacturer Huawei has unveiled a new line of smartphones that match or even improve on key features offered by Apple or Samsung while undercutting their rivals on price. Huawei aims to distinguish itself through technological advances that will put it on a level playing field with the most coveted premium-priced devices, helping to boost 105

October 17, 2017 1:10 AM Why the Apple Inc. iPhone 8 Plus Is Outselling the iPhone 8

Cybart didn't provide a link to a source, although I wouldn't be surprised if this conclusion was a result of proprietary research. At any rate, Cybart is well known and widely respected for his Apple analysis, so I'm willing to accept this statement as true. Although I'd certainly agree with Cybart that user desires for greater screen real estate, coupled 61

October 16, 2017 10:33 PM All data that move across Wi-Fi networks could be susceptible to hacking, researcher says

Home and corporate Wi-Fi networks — and all the data, photos and messages transmitted across them — could be vulnerable to hackers, according to a computer security researcher in Belgium. The vulnerability is in WPA2, the main protocol that protects Wi-Fi networks. Hackers can use a technique known as key reinstallation attacks, or Krack for short, to intercept 88

October 16, 2017 4:18 PM Serious flaw in WPA2 protocol lets attackers intercept passwords and much more

KRACK attack is especially bad news for Android and Linux users. Researchers have disclosed a serious weakness in the WPA2 protocol that allows attackers within range of vulnerable device or access point to intercept passwords, e-mails, and other data presumed to be encrypted, and in some cases, to inject ransomware or other malicious content into a website 411 1

October 16, 2017 3:05 PM Everything With Wi-Fi Has a Newly Discovered Security Flaw. Here's How to Protect Yourself

A recently discovered vulnerability could allow attackers to intercept sensitive data being transmitted between a Wi-Fi access point and a computer or mobile device, even if that data is encrypted. The flaw, known as KRACK, affects WPA2, a security protocol widely used in most modern Wi-Fi devices. In some cases, a hacker could exploit KRACK to inject 93

October 16, 2017 12:25 PM Huge security flaw leaves Wi-Fi devices wide open to hackers

There's a hole in Wi-Fi security, and it affects the vast majority of Wi-Fi devices and networks. That very likely means your phone, your home wireless network, your wireless network at work — everything. Belgian security researcher Mathy Vanhoef from the imec-DistriNet research group at the KU Leuven university has discovered a vulnerability in the WPA2 security 92

October 15, 2017 10:30 PM Biotech part of solution to Africa’s food insecurity

“Even as we push for biotechnology, there is a need for regulations that guarantee the protection and safety of people and the environment,” Hilda Mukui, an agriculturalist and conservationist in Kenya said. Confirming that indeed a severe food crisis looms while at the same time calling for immediate and sufficient responses, the Food and Agriculture 177

October 15, 2017 4:22 AM Teams Pull Concrete Mixer for Breast Cancer Research

the american cancer society sponsored the event FARGO, N.D. — Teams of eight pulled a 34,000-pound concrete mixer to help fight breast the Pink Powerhouse Pull. It was all for the first annual Pink Powerhouse Pull to help breast cancer research. The American Cancer Society sponsored the pull, silent auction and after party. Strong-armed activists 117

October 15, 2017 1:17 AM So scary, many women die once they hear they have cancer — Mary, survivor

For over 32 years, October has been tagged as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, BCAM. Meanwhile, the myth that cancer is synonymous with death is fast changing. Today, cancer is no longer seen as a death sentence due to sustained awareness and treatment options in developed countries. But, every year, no fewer than 100,000 new cases of cancer are diagnosed 164