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The very dangerous "Triton" hackers have probed the American grid
Security experts have spotted a sophisticated hacker group that appeared to have searched for entry points into the US power grid. Usually, analyzes like these would not be worthy of interest, but in this case we are talking about the group behind the carelessness, almost deadly cyberattack of the oil refinery in 2017. Experts call it "the most dangerous threat activity known to the public".
Amazon cloned a neighborhood to test his delivery robots
Amazon needed a way to test its delivery robot, Scout, without disturbing the neighbors. The company has digitally recreated a suburban Seattle neighborhood, to the centimeter, to teach its crawlers to navigate the streets, sidewalks, street curbs and streets. even children cycling
This week, the world of running has lost one of its greatest at 32: Gabriele Grunewald. An outstanding scorer and finalist for the 2012 Olympic team, Grunewald learned that she had a rare form of cancer at age 22 and that she was five years old to live. But in 2014, five years after her diagnosis, she will win a national title and a place in the world team. Grunewald has been an inspiration to many, including our editor Nicholas Thompson, who wrote about it here.
WIRED recommends: Bike equipment
Now that we're in the middle of summer, it's time to settle this old bike and hit the road. But from cycling to helmets, shoes and tools, you may want to take advantage of the latest Internet technologies. Fortunately, our Gear team did you cover.
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