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Over 3100 exhibitors pitch new products and software in an event that crams the Las Vegas Convention Center, the nearby Hilton and hotels on the strip. For large companies like Microsoft, Intel, Samsung and Panasonic, rather than booths they have palaces. Huge kitchen displays, rows of new computers and cell phones, theaters and amphitheaters make the nicest Apple Store (whose parent company does not attend) look like a thrift shop. This week 140,000 people flock to Las Vegas and contribute US$150 million into the local economy. Among those cavernous halls were plenty of energy efficient, “green” and eco-friendly products.
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Photo: NASA/JPL Hackers seized control of networks at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory last November, gaining the ability to install malware, delete or steal sensitive data, and hijack the accounts of users in order to gain their privileged access, according to a report from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s inspector general. The breach, originating from Chinese-based IP addresses, allowed the intruders to compromise the accounts “of the most privileged JPL users,” giving them “full access to key JPL systems,” according to Inspector General Paul K.
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