New ISP privacy rules, fake takedown notices from piracy phishing scammers, APFS in MacOS Sierra, the Sunway TaihuLight is the fastest supercomputer in the world, Solar Roadways on Route 66, Google acquires Webpass, the TWiET gang goes on a shopping spree, and Yolonda Smith from Pwnie Express demonstrates Pwn Pulse.
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- PWN PULSE
- FCC proposes new privacy rules for ISPs
- The IoT Will Be $357 Billion Big by 2018
- U.S. ISPs targeted in an elaborate phishing scam
- New Flash/SSD optimized file system (APFS) spotted in MacOS Sierra
- The World's Fastest Supercomputer is Chinese, From Top to Bottom
- Solar Powered Road on Route 66
- Google is making it easier for people to use 2Factor Authentication
- Google gets urban and wireless with Webpass
- Synology DS1515+
- Bosch GLR500 - Laser Measuring - Cable Management ~$288
- iKlip A/V
- Fluke Networks now NetScout LinkSprinter 300 network test tool.
- Fluke Fiber Cleaners
- Polycom RealPresence Trio 8800 conference hub ~$900+
- iPad Pro 12"
- Asus MB169B+ 15" external USB 3.0 powered monitor ~$179
- AirTame wireless HDMI Dongle