Panera Bread left millions of customer records exposed on the web

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Add another big-name brand to the list of those who've left customer data exposed online. Thanks to security researcher Dylan Houlihan, KrebsOnSecurity has discovered that Panera Bread left millions of customer sign-up records (possibly 37 million) i…
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Apple’s Health App can Show Medical Records From 39 Health Systems

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Today’s been a busy day for Apple, with the company launching updates for iOS, tvOS, and watchOS, but it’s not quite done with the news. Continue reading
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Apple Health Records rolls out in iOS 11.3 to praise from doctors in 39 health groups

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Apple’s Health Records has rolled out in iOS 11.3 and is now available for patients in 39 different health groups covering hundreds of thousands of patients across the United States.
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Apple now lets you access medical records in Health app

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Apple released iOS 11.3 today, and along with a slew of other fun additions, the update includes a new feature: Health Records. If you're a patient within certain health systems — like Duke, NYU Langone, Stanford and Yale — you can view your medica…
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Apple CEO Tim Cook ‘Revolution: Apple Changing the World’ interview records this morning

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Apple CEO Tim Cook will be taking part in a town hall-style interview later today, which will be recorded for MSNBC’s ‘Revolution: Apple Changing the World’ special at Chicago’s Lane Tech College Prep High School, talking about Apple’s educational efforts and its latest product launches.
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T-Mobile celebrates Galaxy S9 launch by setting two Guinness World Records

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The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are officially hitting stores tomorrow — though they’re already in the hands of some pre-order customers — and to celebrate, T-Mobile decided to try and set some Guinness World Records. A video posted by T-Mobile today shows the carrier setting two Guinness World Records using the Samsung Galaxy S9. The first tasks a water skier with setting the record for fastest text on a touchscreen mobile phone while … [read full article]

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Tonight’s SpaceX Launch is Breaking Records. Here’s What You Need to Know.

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If you have late plans tonight, you may want to cancel them. Elon Musk just confirmed via Twitter that the Falcon 9 rocket will be flying from Florida this evening. You might want to brew up some coffee, while you’re at it (at least if you’re on the east coast of the US) — the two-hour launch window opens at 12:33 AM EST.

The Falcon 9 will be carrying the Hispasat 30W-6, the largest geostationary satellite SpaceX has ever flown. Coming in at more than 6,092 kilograms (13,400 pounds), this beast of a satellite is almost the size of a city bus, and it has a life expectancy of some fifteen years, according to Musk and a SpaceX press release.

For Spanish telecommunications company Hispasat, the launch is thrilling because it means the company can expand its broadband service coverage in Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Musk and his collaborators reach what is arguably an even more exciting milestone — SpaceX’s 50th launch. That’s especially remarkable because it happened in just seven years (Falcon 9’s first launch was in June 2010). For comparison, the Atlas V rocket, born out of a collaboration between Lockheed Martin and Boeing, took more than nine years to reach this milestone, and NASA’s space shuttle took more than 11 years, Ars Technica reports.

It’s not just notable that SpaceX is launching rockets so quickly — it’s doing them well. Out of SpaceX’s 50 missions, 48 have been successful. That’s a 96 percent success rate — a track record that would make any company proud.

Here’s a quick breakdown of SpaceX’s (few) missteps:

Of course, it’s possible that tonight’s launch will be added to the above list. But regardless of whether or not the launch is a success, SpaceX has already achieved its larger goal: revolutionizing spaceflight, ushering in the era of reusable rocketry, and  spearheading the rise of a viable private space industry.

You can watch a livestream of tonight’s launch here.

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Judge rejects AT&T request for White House records on Time Warner merger

After the Department of Justice filed suit last November to block AT&T's intended $ 85 billion merger with Time Warner, the telecom giant wanted to find out how much the White House was involved. The company had good reason to wonder how much dire…
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How to play anything on your HomePod, including vinyl records, with Airfoil and a Mac

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Apple’s HomePod may be limited in connectivity, but thanks to its support for the legacy AirPlay standard, it’s possible to connect basically anything you want to it over Wi-Fi. One of the best ways to do this is with the Airfoil app, available from longtime Mac developer Rogue Amoeba.
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