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It’s the Late, Late, Late Show at the Australian Open

Eight matches in the first seven days of the tournament ended after midnight, forcing players to adjust their sleep schedules.
Tags: News, Sleep, Australia, Tennis, Keys, Madison, Djokovic, Novak, Muguruza, Anastasia, Garbine, Pavlyuchenkova, Australian Open (Tennis


El Chapo's Encryption Defeated by Turning His IT Consultant

Impressive police work: In a daring move that placed his life in danger, the I.T. consultant eventually gave the F.B.I. his system's secret encryption keys in 2011 after he had moved the network's servers from Canada to the Netherlands during what he told the cartel's leaders was a routine upgrade. A Dutch article says that it's a BlackBerry system. Hacker News thread. Slashdot thread. [Author: Bruce Schneier]
Tags: Encryption, Fbi, Canada, Netherlands, Courts, Keys, Drug Trade, Bruce Schneier, Insiders


2019 Australian Open: Players to Watch

While Caroline Wozniacki and Roger Federer aim to defend their singles titles in Melbourne, some younger players have shown signs that they can make a run.
Tags: News, Tennis, Roger Federer, Melbourne, Keys, Madison, Caroline Wozniacki, Barty, Medvedev, Ashleigh, Coric, Khachanov, Australian Open (Tennis, Borna, Karen (1996-, Sabalenka


Manchester Unted contacted Zinedine Zidane before Solskjær appointment

Zidane sounded out for Old Trafford job Manchester United reportedly contacted Zinedine Zidane over the vacant job before handing it to Ole Gunnar Solskjær on a temporary basis. It was announced on Tuesday that the club had sacked manager Jose Mourinho with the atmosphere at the club turning toxic. The 3-1 loss to Liverpool proved to be the end for Mourinho and the quest for a new manager began. It was later announced on Wednesday that Ole Gunnar Solskjær would take over until the end of the se...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Liverpool, Paris, Old Trafford, Mauricio Pochettino, Real Madrid, Jose Mourinho, Uefa, Keys, Zinedine Zidane, Man United, United


Manchester United contacted Zinedine Zidane before Solskjær appointment

Zidane sounded out for Old Trafford job Manchester United reportedly contacted Zinedine Zidane over the vacant job before handing it to Ole Gunnar Solskjær on a temporary basis. It was announced on Tuesday that the club had sacked manager Jose Mourinho with the atmosphere at the club turning toxic. The 3-1 loss to Liverpool proved to be the end for Mourinho and the quest for a new manager began. It was later announced on Wednesday that Ole Gunnar Solskjær would take over until the end of the se...
Tags: Spain, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Manchester United, Liverpool, Paris, Old Trafford, Mauricio Pochettino, Real Madrid, Jose Mourinho, Uefa, Keys, Zinedine Zidane, Man United, United


Soul Plane actor sues airlines after his pinky gets stuck in an armrest hole

Stephen Keys, an actor who has appeared in many movies, including Soul Plane, was on a flight from Reno to Los Angeles last week. When he raised his armrest so he could get his seatbelt, his pinky got stuck in a hole under the armrest. According to a lawsuit he filed against American Airlines and SkyWest Airlines, "The spring mechanism embedded inside of this hole in the armrest applied intense pressure to plaintiff's finger, immediately inflicting injury, swelling and pain." "By this time, doze...
Tags: Post, News, Nbc, Los Angeles, Lawsuits, Keys, Reno, American Airlines, SkyWest Airlines, Stephen Keys


The 5 best Black Friday deals on MIDI controllers/keyboards

[contact-form] Akai Professional MPK Mini MKII – $79 (20% off) Akai Professional make some of the best MIDI controllers that won’t break the bank. This 25 key portable controller comes complete with MPC style pads, 8 knobs for mixing and tweaking, and a bunch of features to get you producing sexy little mixes whether at home or on the go. Get yours here: https://amzn.to/2DC7NPU Nektar Impact LX61 – $179.99 (10% off) If you’re looking for some more keys to play with then Nektar’s 61 velo...
Tags: Black Friday, Music, Tech, Controller, Production, Keyboard, Keys, MPC, Launchpad, Midi, Pads, Native Instruments, Daw, Virtual Instrument, Controllers, Producers


Five Generations of Bones

Cool little video on the Bonefish and Tarpon Trust homepage at the moment which tells the story of bonefish spawning patterns, uncovered by science. We’ve long suspected some of this stuff, but now we know. Populations are connected. Most bonefish DON’T travel from Andros to the Florida Keys, but their little, tiny, adorable bonefish babies don’t stay put. They travel on the currents from Andros to Cuba, around Cuba and up to the Keys. So, that monster West Side bonefish will beget that monster ...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Conservation, Fishing, Keys, Cuba, Norman, Bahamas, Locations, Florida Keys, Andros, Bonefish and Tarpon Trust, BTT, Tarpon Trust


Where to travel this December

For a lot of people , traveling in December means stuffing too many Christmas presents into a too-small suitcase and braving the airport masses to spend the holidays at home. But once in a while, we need a year off from the family chaos and opt to spend the holidays in some far-flung location. For those times, the world offers a litany of destinations where you can relax on a beach, bask in colorful Christmas lights, or trek through the snow to see the aurora borealis. So if you’re not going h...
Tags: Travel, Google, Hong Kong, Europe, Cook, London, Travel Planning, Instagram, Germany, America, Los Angeles, Vienna, Munich, Hawaii, Middle East, Dubai


Novation’s SL MkIII has it all: sequencer, CV, MIDI, software control

One upon a time, there was a Novation keyboard called the ReMOTE SL. That’s as in “remote control” of software. Times have changed, and you’ve got a bunch of gear to connect – and you may want your keyboard to work standalone, too. So meet the SL MkIII. The additional features are significant enough that Novation is dropping the “remote” from the name. Now it’s just SL, whatever those letters are meant to stand for. The story here is, you get a full-featured, eight-track sequencer – so you ...
Tags: Music, Keyboards, Tech, SL, Logic, Usb, Gear, Stories, Circuit, Keys, Times, CV, Arturia, Midi, Ableton-live, Music Tech


The 25 coolest towns in America

The 25 coolest towns in America: 2018 Photo: Sean Pavone/Shutterstock B ig, sexy cities get a lot of the hype in the world of American travel. Millions of people and easily accessible airports will do that. But as cities become prohibitively expensive and vacations get shorter, smaller towns have become appealing options. Talented chefs and creative entrepreneurs are going where the cost of doing business is cheaper, and what results ar...
Tags: Travel Planning, America, Cities, Coolest Cities, United States


Play it again Sam! / La copie du pianiste?

THE ORIGINAL? Pioneer Car Audio Systems –  2007 “Let the road play” Agency : Mc Cann Erickson, Madrid   (Spain) LESS ORIGINAL Viva Street Festival –   2018 “Street music is art ” Agency : Core4, Bratislava (Slovakia) [Author: Joe La Pompe]
Tags: Video, Audio, Miscellaneous, Advertising, Keyboard, Crossing, Piano, Keys, Crossroad, Bratislava Slovakia, Touches, Zebra, Zebras, Print & Outdoor, Joe La Pompe, Mixed sources


This Korg keyboard plays with you to help you learn

Learning to play an instrument is a long process and it’s a lot easier when you have someone to play along with. What could be better than accompaniment from the keyboard itself? Korg have unveiled their EK-50, an entertainment keyboard made for any level of player. It sets itself apart by “growing with you” with an entire backing band that accompanies whatever you play with increasingly advanced functions as your skill grows. The EK-50 uses a function which they call ‘Styles’ to follow and ...
Tags: Music, Band, Equipment, Learn, Keyboard, Piano, Keys, Korg, Instrument, Learn To Play, Play Along


23-Year-Old Tennis Star Madison Keys On The Power Of Perseverance & Recognizing Your Inner Strength

Update: Madison Keys advanced to the 2018 US Open Semi Final on September 6.How would you feel if, in just a few short years of your career, you were already primed to surpass the achievements of your childhood heroes? That’s the case for superstar tennis player Madison Keys, whose journey to the top has taken her from an elite training academy in Florida to Wimbledon to nearly every other high-profile tournament there is. Currently, Keys is ranked No. 14 worldwide, above several of the players...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Florida, Kendall Jenner, Keys, Illinois, Mac Miller, Madison Keys, United States Tennis Association, Rock Island Illinois, Women 's Tennis Association, Bieber Baldwin, Anna Ottum


Embracing the Moment, Madison Keys Is Back in the U.S. Open Semifinals

Keys is the only one of last year’s all-American women’s semifinalists to book a return trip.
Tags: News, Tennis, Keys, Madison, Carla, Suárez Navarro, United States Open (Tennis


U.S. Open 2018 Live: Madison Keys and Naomi Osaka Reach the Semifinals

Stay here for live results and analysis from the quarterfinals the U.S. Open
Tags: News, Keys, Madison, Osaka, Djokovic, Naomi Osaka, Novak, United States Open (Tennis, Naomi (1997-


Keys Wins, Up Thursday with Serena in US Open Semifinals

"To break in both sets, having solid games there, was really important tonight," Keys said afterwards. [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Keys, Serena


GCHQ on Quantum Key Distribution

The UK's GCHQ delivers a brutally blunt assessment of quantum key distribution: QKD protocols address only the problem of agreeing keys for encrypting data. Ubiquitous on-demand modern services (such as verifying identities and data integrity, establishing network sessions, providing access control, and automatic software updates) rely more on authentication and integrity mechanisms -- such as digital signatures -- than on encryption. QKD technology cannot replace the flexible authentication m...
Tags: UK, Gchq, Authentication, Encryption, Cryptography, Keys, Quantum Computing, Quantum Cryptography, Bruce Schneier, Economics Of Security


Google Employees Use a Physical Token as Their Second Authentication Factor

Krebs on Security is reporting that all 85,000 Google employees use two-factor authentication with a physical token. A Google spokesperson said Security Keys now form the basis of all account access at Google. "We have had no reported or confirmed account takeovers since implementing security keys at Google," the spokesperson said. "Users might be asked to authenticate using their security key for many different apps/reasons. It all depends on the sensitivity of the app and the risk of the use...
Tags: Google, Two-factor Authentication, Keys, Phishing, Bruce Schneier, Yubico, Krebs


Major Bluetooth Vulnerability

Bluetooth has a serious security vulnerability: In some implementations, the elliptic curve parameters are not all validated by the cryptographic algorithm implementation, which may allow a remote attacker within wireless range to inject an invalid public key to determine the session key with high probability. Such an attacker can then passively intercept and decrypt all device messages, and/or forge and inject malicious messages. Paper. Website. Three news articles. This is serious. Update y...
Tags: Bluetooth, Wi-fi, Encryption, Cryptography, Wireless, Keys, Vulnerabilities, Bruce Schneier, Academic Papers


Alicia Keys, America Ferrera give emotional speeches at Families Belong Together march

Alicia Keys and America Ferrera gave emotional speeches during the rally in Washington, D.C., which included stories from families being affected by the policy. Keys took the mic first, introducing herself as "a mother."            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Washington, Alicia Keys, Usa Today, Keys, America Ferrera, Alicia Keys America Ferrera


Families Belong Together march: Emotional speeches from Alicia Keys, more celebrities

Alicia Keys and America Ferrera gave emotional speeches during the rally in Washington, D.C., which included stories from families being affected by the policy. Keys took the mic first, introducing herself as "a mother."            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Washington, Alicia Keys, Usa Today, Keys, America Ferrera


Arturia’s KeyLab MKII: a more metal, more connected keyboard controller

Oh, look, a new MIDI controller keyboard ranks there with “wow, a new moderately-priced mid-sized sedan.” But… Arturia may have a hit on their hands with the MKII KeyLab. Here’s why. While everyone else guns for the elusive entry level “everyone,” Arturia has won over specific bands of enthusiasts. The BeatStep Pro is a prime example: by connecting to both MIDI and control voltage, these compact pad-sequencer units have become utterly ubiquitous in modular rigs. They’re the devices that preven...
Tags: Music, Keyboards, Tech, Gear, Stories, Analog, Keys, CV, Arturia, Midi, Ableton-live, Music Tech, Create-analog-music, Controllers, DAWs, Nektar


Simona Halep and Sloane Stephens Advance to French Open Women’s Final

The top-seeded Halep beat No. 3 Garbiñe Muguruza, giving herself another chance to win her first Grand Slam title. Stephens defeated Madison Keys in the other semifinal.
Tags: News, Tennis, Keys, Madison, Stephens, Simona Halep, Halep, Garbine Muguruza, Sloane, Muguruza, Sloane Stephens, Garbine, Simona, French Open (Tennis


American pals Stephens, Keys both reach 1st French Open QF

PARIS (AP) — Madison Keys was keeping an eye on a TV while getting treatment at Roland Garros the other day, watching her pal Sloane Stephens pull out a tight three-set victory. “Living and dying on every point in the end,” Keys said. “I saw her in the locker room, and I was like, ‘God, […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Paris, Keys, Madison Keys, Sloane Stephens, Roland Garros, Stephens Keys


Make business fun with these MIDI instrument business cards

Patrick Bateman thought he was jealous of an Eggshell business card, wait until he sees these business cards acting as a MIDI instrument. Business cards are made to sell yourself or your services, and people try to make theirs unique to draw in interest. Some opt for making them as classy as possible, some try to make them look funky, and some cards are designed to be played with and none more than these MIDI business cards. Tim Alex Jacobs is the man behind the MIDI-stylophone business card...
Tags: Business, Music, Diy, Cards, Equipment, Fun, Play, Keyboard, Keys, Card, Circuits, Midi, Jacobs, Patrick Bateman, Instrument, Circuit Board


Security researchers demonstrate inexpensive one-minute method to clone master hotel key cards

Finnish security researchers Tomi Tuominen and Timo Hirvonen can clone many master hotel keys very quickly using their clever cryptography, an expired keycard from the hotel trash, and a $300 Proxmark RFID card reading and writing device. It takes them about one minute to create a master hotel key. Video demo below. From Wired: The two researchers say that their attack works only on Vingcard's previous-generation Vision locks, not the company's newer Visionline product. But they estimate that...
Tags: Security, Post, News, Hotels, Hacking, Keys, ASSA ABLOY, Hirvonen, VingCard, Vingcard Vision, Tomi Tuominen, Timo Hirvonen, Tuominen


E-Mailing Private HTTPS Keys

I don't know what to make of this story: The email was sent on Tuesday by the CEO of Trustico, a UK-based reseller of TLS certificates issued by the browser-trusted certificate authorities Comodo and, until recently, Symantec. It was sent to Jeremy Rowley, an executive vice president at DigiCert, a certificate authority that acquired Symantec's certificate issuance business after Symantec was caught flouting binding industry rules, prompting Google to distrust Symantec certificates in its Chrom...
Tags: Google, UK, E-mail, Mozilla, Certificates, Symantec, Https, Keys, Tls, Bruce Schneier, Rowley, Security Policies, Jeremy Rowley, DigiCert, Trustico


Apple has patented technology to stop your keys from sticking

Apple has filed a patent that was made public this weekend for a keyboard that is resistant to crumbs, dust, and dirt. Really, it's shocking that it's taken so long for such a patent to emerge. The post Apple has patented technology to stop your keys from sticking appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, News, Trends, Keyboard, Computing, Keys, Sticky


Apple Might Be Fixing the MacBook's Most Annoying Problem

Let’s be clear, when I say the MacBook has an annoying problem I’m not talking about the paltry number of Thunderbolt ports, the lack of an SD card slot, or the fact that they’re priced way too high for such pitiful processors. The most annoying problem with the MacBook and the MacBook Pro is that the keyboard on each…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Keyboards, Macbook, Keys, Macbook Pro, Key Switches