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The Thunderbird e-mail client still has its supporters, but for the past couple of years, Mozilla has been making moves to distance itself from the project. In late 2015, Mozilla announced that it would be looking for a new home for Thunderbird, calling its continued maintenance "a tax" on Firefox development.
A printer-display bug in the Edge browser is so baffling and potentially damaging that frustrated users are considering an unthinkable workaround: using a Xerox copier instead of using the browser's print function.
The advice came in a bug report titled "Edge displays '123456' in PDF but prints '114447.'" The error, however, goes well beyond what's suggested in the title.
President Donald Trump has fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, smack in the middle of the FBI’s ongoing investigation into potential ties between the Trump administration and Russia. But while whomever Trump appoints to take Comey’s place could shut down the Russia probe eventually, Comey’s removal won’t make it skip a beat.
Keyless entry systems are not uncommon in cars these days but they are also the target of unscrupulous hackers who are able to spoof the signal from a car key fob to open a vehicle’s doors. Now, a group of researchers at the Beijing-based security firm Qihoo 360 has demonstrated that the attack is not only easy to execute, but can be done relatively cheaply as well.
Three-dimensional printing is becoming more prevalent in the defense industry, as engineers explore the process to make parts for the most sophisticated U.S. weapons, such as intercontinental ballistic missiles.
But lesser-known projects have been in the works at a Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, shop that has been producing parts for Air Force aircraft for at least two years.