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Tuesday, February 18, 2020

ElectionGuard: Microsoft Secures Elections, But Not The Brand's Exact Match Domain

From Nurse Bots to Artificial Kidneys to Mobile MRI to Glass Flip Phones to Dangerous Domain Names to Service Horse... this is where you read about emerging technologies and future trends all of which need branding and names (and those coming later will have even a more urgent and expensive search)










ElectionGuard isn't designed to make voting machines safe from hackers. It's meant to make hacking them pointless.




As an early domain name investor, Mike O’Connor had by 1994 snatched up several choice online destinations, including bar.com, cafes.com, grill.com, place.com, pub.com and television.com. Some he sold over the years, but for the past 26 years O’Connor refused to auction perhaps the most sensitive domain in his stable — corp.com. It is sensitive because years of testing shows whoever wields it would have access to an unending stream of passwords, email and other proprietary data belonging to hundreds of thousands of systems at major companies around the globe.






As in, it's easy to damage despite spiel


















Medical City Dallas sees its endearing, automated medical assistant as another tool to combat the Texas nursing shortage.



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