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  • DARPA: Current DDoS protection isn’t cutting it

    The DARPA program, called Extreme DDoS Defense (XD3) looks to :
    • thwart DDoS attacks by dispersing cyber assets (physically and/or logically) to complicate adversarial targeting
    • disguise the characteristics and behaviors of those assets to confuse or deceive the adversary
    • blunt the effects of attacks that succeed in penetrating other defensive measures by using adaptive mitigation techniques on endpoints such as mission‐critical servers.

    Written by Michael Cooney26 Aug. 15 00:13
  • Battle of the bots: Teams compete in DARPA challenge

    POMONA, Calif. - People cheered and clapped, yelled support and literally held their breath as the two-legged, humanoid robot from Team IHMC drove a car, drilled a hole in a wall and turned a valve.

    Written by Sharon Gaudin06 June 15 06:21
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  • 7 cool internet of things companies to watch

    Industry watchers such as CB Insights show that venture capital funding of internet of things companies is actually on the decline. But we've seen enough fresh funding in the months since we rounded up 10 Internet of Things companies to watch back in April, to justify us doing this follow-up with 7 additional firms, most of them startups.

    Written by Bob Brown18 Aug. 16 04:48
  • Inside Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group

    "Epic" was the word Regina Dugan used to describe her team's research and development projects that included enlisting "Fast and Furious" movie franchise director Justin Lin to help create the next-generation movie experience. Dugan, vice president of Google's Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) group, delighted thousands of developers in May at Google's annual I/O conference as she orchestrated demonstrations of applied technologies that seemed to originate from just over the horizon of most humans' imaginations.

    Written by Steven Max Patterson01 July 15 02:32
  • Opinion: I want a military smartphone

    The U.S. military wants to put smartphones in the hands of all deployed troops. Their phones are going to be better than regular smartphones, says Mike Elgan, and that's why he wants one.

    Written by Mike Elgan01 Dec. 12 12:15

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