Toms Hardware reports here that Kaspersky Labs has found hardcoded accounts and other security flaws in D-Link DIR-620 routers.
NBC News reports here that the U. S. has eliminated the position of National Security Coordinator.
The New York Times reports here on several cases in which drivers of keyless cars failed to turn off their engines, resulting in carbon monoxide poisoning.
Extremetech reports here that IBM employees are no longer allowed to use removable storage devices.
I spotted this sign at Atlanta airport on a recent trip. Not only does the display not give me information about flights, it also exposes information about the machine.
The AVSS conference will host a workshop on smart image sensor systems. More information can be found here.
Aviation Week reports here (http://aviationweek.com/defense/biggest-challenge-facing-usaf-s-top-weapons-buyer-software) on the U. S. Air Force’s interest in agile software development.