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Peakery.com is your one-stop shop for finding mountains to climb

Peakery.com is your one-stop shop for finding mountains to climb Mountaineers looking to discover new places to go climbing will want to add Peakery.The website is an online community for alpinists, giving them a place to meet, interact, and share information about their favorite mountains, while also posting summit reports from their recent climbs.

Artificial synapse could help computers process information like the brain does

Artificial synapse could help computers process information like the brain does From artificial intelligence to machine learning, there is no shortage of projects that use computers to mimic some aspect of the human brain.However, even the most advanced computers struggle to imitate the brain’s natural capacity to process information efficiently.

How to turn on private browsing on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device

How to turn on private browsing on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device Most browsers have a Private Browsing mode designed to prevent your browser from doing a couple of things.It will also prevent your browser from saving any cookies the website may want to save on your smartphone or desktop.

‘Cloudbleed’ bug may have leaked your personal data all over the internet

‘Cloudbleed’ bug may have leaked your personal data all over the internet The bug, which has been dubbed “Cloudbleed,” was actually first discovered by Travis Ormandy, a Google Project Zero vulnerability researcher, on February 17.It was revealed, however, that the data breach may have begun as far back as September 22.

Have a safe adventure with the Mountain Conditions Report app

Have a safe adventure with the Mountain Conditions Report app The newly relaunched Mountain Conditions Report (MCR) website and app, however, provide exactly that.It was founded in partnership with the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) and has been around for decades.

Neura AI collects information from all of your devices to improve your health

Neura AI collects information from all of your devices to improve your health A Fitbit can’t tap health information from a Wi-Fi glucose monitor.With enough data, Neura’s software can learn an incredible amount of information about your routine.

By hijacking FM radio signals, we can have singing posters, talking shirts

By hijacking FM radio signals, we can have singing posters, talking shirts The technology involves a technique called “backscattering,” in which outdoor FM radio signals can be used to reflect and encode audio and data.Best of all, because this communication piggybacking is done on an unoccupied frequency in the FM radio band, it doesn’t disturb the original broadcast.

Researchers retrieve short film and a full operating system from strands of DNA

Researchers retrieve short film and a full operating system from strands of DNA Not only is it easy to read and write vast amounts of data on DNA, it’s also exceptionally stable and can last for hundreds of thousands of years.If that data could be stored on DNA, it could fit into a grain of pollen.

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Wahoo’s Elemnt Bolt takes aerodynamics and biking computing seriously

Wahoo’s Elemnt Bolt takes aerodynamics and biking computing seriously Wahoo’s new biking computer, the Elemnt Bolt, is designed to take aerodynamics as seriously as you do, making sure that while tracking all sorts of useful information about your ride, it doesn’t inhibit your pace.Developed in conjunction with world-renowned cycling drag expert Dimitris Katsanis, the Bolt is said to reduce air resistance by up to 50 percent over traditional biking computers.

ISPs don’t want the FCC to call your browser history ‘sensitive information’

ISPs don’t want the FCC to call your browser history ‘sensitive information’ Mobile broadband providers want to redefine the definition of what’s considered sensitive information and exclude it from whatever laws remain, as Ars Technical reports.Generally speaking, advocacy groups disagree about what constitutes sensitive information.

Want to use Slack from your email client? Alto Mail is adding some ‘good hacks’

Want to use Slack from your email client? Alto Mail is adding some ‘good hacks’ The company has announced that the email client will now incorporate a series of “hacks” that can help enhance the email experience for users.On the Apple TV, you could bring in things like images from Alto — which would authenticate through a QR code on your Apple TV.

Microsoft details new privacy options, pledges data collection transparency

Microsoft details new privacy options, pledges data collection transparency In the wake of President Donald Trump’s decision to repeal privacy laws preventing ISPs from collecting and sharing user data without consent, Microsoft has detailed new privacy options coming to Windows 10.These enhancements are set to be introduced to the operating system via the Creators Update, which is scheduled to release on April 11.

New technology uses light instead of electricity to move information quickly

New technology uses light instead of electricity to move information quickly One area where work continues unabated is in the quest for new and faster memory, where mundane electronic technologies remain at the heart of even the fastest random-access memory (RAM).What makes LI-RAM special is that it uses light rather than electricity to move information around a system.

Bose allegedly collected and sold personal user data, including listening habits

Bose allegedly collected and sold personal user data, including listening habits A complaint filed on Tuesday by Kyle Zak claims that Bose not only tracks the listening habits of users of the headphones, but sells that information without permission, Reuters reports.” After buying the QC35 headphones — which retail for $350 — Zak installed the Bose Connect app, which the company says enhances the listening experience.

Keep your login information under lock and key with best password managers

Keep your login information under lock and key with best password managers Basic password managers have just one function; they save your login information for different sites so you don’t have to.The type of password managers you should look into have a few far more helpful features.