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A nation-state backed group of attackers that Cisco Talos is identifying as Sea Turtle, have been actively exploiting domain name information, by going after domain registries for entire countries.

eWEEK VIDEO: BlackBerry CTO Charles Eagan explains where his company's cyber-security efforts are headed and why, after 35 years and many technological changes, BlackBerry is fundamentally on the same mission.

NEWS ANALYSIS: Potentially millions of Microsoft email users on Outlook, Hotmail and MSN mail had their email information exposed after a Microsoft support person was breached, exposing a wider issue of risks that cloud services represent.

SECURITY TREND ANALYSIS: The security industry is evolving faster than ever before. Fortinet’s Accelerate event highlighted several major trends taking place.

Imperva discovers a new attack in which hackers abused a commonly used HTML5 attribute to launch a DDoS attack that generated 70 million requests hitting a target website in a four-hour span.

eWEEK DATA POINTS: IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute asked global IT executives what they do to keep their organizations cyber-resilient and discovered interesting insights about the state of modern cyber-security.

SECURITY PERSPECTIVE: Fortunately I happened to be at my computer when somebody tried to take over my social media accounts, and I caught them in the act. But the story doesn’t end there.

At Google Next, new and enhanced services debut to provide organizations with improved visibility and control over cloud resources, to help limit potential security risks.

NEW ANALYSIS: FCC Chairman, speaking at a White House briefing, announced a massive spectrum auction along with other measures to ease the move into 5G communications in the U.S.

TREND ANALYSIS: Qualcomm is working on applying quantum field theory to deep-learning AI. This is an enormous potential game changer in several real-world scenarios.

The new Optane memory H10 with solid-state storage will improve the performance of thin-and-light notebooks like two-in-ones and mini-PCs.

eWEEK DATA POINTS: There are lots of functions currently being conducted in the cloud. One of them that doesn't get a lot of attention is document capture, something every business has to handle.

NEWS ANALYSIS: The ITU has just approved Amazon’s plans for a network of 3,200 internet satellites, while the FCC has approved constellations of nearly 12,000 for SpaceX and 650 for OneWeb resulting in global coverage.

NEWS ANALYSIS: Aruba held its Atmosphere user event last week in Las Vegas. Top themes at the event included WiFi, IoT, cloud, security and SD-WAN for SD-Branch.

eWEEK DATA POINTS: Questionable online travel agencies, travel aggregators, competitors and criminals are using malicious bots to conduct a variety of attacks on airline websites that result in online fraud, website downtime and loss of potential revenue.

PRODUCT/SERVICE ANALYSIS: Why isn't it automatic--or at least much easier--to show movies from services with which you subscribe on any device you are using? It's all a complicated mess; perhaps this leaves open an opportunity for an enterprising new service company.

eWEEK DATA POINTS: We present several examples of efficient and sustainable energy innovations that are transforming the data center industry from a power-guzzler to one of energy efficiency.

eWEEK DATA POINTS: Big retailers like Amazon don’t offer brands much control over their customer experience, so Toys 'R' Us can set itself up for success by working together with brands to help create the ultimate customer experience and give them more control throughout the shopping journey.

NEW ANALYSIS: FCC Chairman, speaking at a White House briefing, announced a massive spectrum auction along with other measures to ease the move into 5G communications in the U.S.

NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The flexibility and customizability of the new offerings is impressive. Intel’s focus on workload-specific solutions reflects OEMs’ (and their customers) increasing interest in integrated, optimized systems.

TREND ANALYSIS: Qualcomm is working on applying quantum field theory to deep-learning AI. This is an enormous potential game changer in several real-world scenarios.

NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: At Cloud Next 2019, Google took the covers off its multi-cloud platform, Anthos, that promises to make multi-cloud environments a reality

NEWS ANALYSIS: The ITU has just approved Amazon’s plans for a network of 3,200 internet satellites, while the FCC has approved constellations of nearly 12,000 for SpaceX and 650 for OneWeb resulting in global coverage.

eWEEK DATA POINTS: Questionable online travel agencies, travel aggregators, competitors and criminals are using malicious bots to conduct a variety of attacks on airline websites that result in online fraud, website downtime and loss of potential revenue.

Machines need an exact digital replica of our world if we’re going to get true, location-specific AR—or accurate robot food deliveries.

Even if an advertiser is well-intentioned, the algorithm still prefers certain groups of people over others.

Meat production spews tons of greenhouse gas and uses up too much land and water. Is there an alternative that won’t make us do without?

In spite of tensions with the US and its allies, Huawei is rapidly building a suite of AI offerings unmatched by any other company on the planet.

Complications from preterm birth are the leading cause of death worldwide in children under five.

We sat down to talk about breakthrough technologies, China, and reasons to be cheerful with this issue’s guest editor.

We asked Gates to choose this year’s list of inventions that will change the world for the better.

Futurist and NYU professor Amy Webb on an impending artificial intelligence catastrophe—and why there’s still hope it can be averted.