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Global smartphone shipments with embedded hardware security grows by 39% YoY in 2019: Report

In recent times, we have seen a push towards smartphone manufacturers taking the security of their devices more seriously. According to a report, about one-third of global smartphones sold in 2019 had some level of embedded hardware security chips in them, with Apple continuing to be in the lead. Evident from their marketing, the company that leads the market share of secure devices is Apple with a nearly 42% share in 2019. Since the iPhone 5s, Apple has been embedding a Secure Enclave (e...
Tags: Apple, Google, News, Samsung, Blogging, Huawei, Qualcomm, Handsets, Kirin, SPU, PUF


Kudos to SPU’s student athletes

SPU is among only 11 schools in the country to earn the President’s Award in every year the distinction has been given. Only one other West Coast school is in the same rarefied group.
Tags: News, Editorials, West Coast, SPU


SPU student killed by crane ‘brought out the good in people’ and had strong faith

Sarah Wong, 19, was among those killed Saturday afternoon when a tower crane collapsed in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. Friends said she was selfless, loving and made everyone she met feel like they mattered.
Tags: News, Nation, Obituaries, Seattle, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, Sarah Wong, SPU, South Lake Union


College student from South Pasadena among 4 killed in Seattle construction crane accident

SEATTLE — A college freshman was among the four people killed when a construction crane fell from a building and crashed onto one of Seattle’s busiest streets, the university said Sunday. Sarah Wong, who intended to major in nursing, was in a car when the crane fell from a building under construction on Google’s new Seattle campus onto Mercer Street Saturday afternoon, according to a statement released by Seattle Pacific University. Wong was 19 and from South Pasadena, The Seattle Times reported...
Tags: Google, Facebook, National Weather Service, News, Instagram, Microsoft, Washington, Accidents, Church, Sport, Soccer, United States, Bellevue, Construction, Coachella, Montreal


Seattle Pacific University student among those killed in Seattle crane collapse

SPU students were told in an email Sunday that one of those killed in the crane collapse was freshman Sarah Wong. The two workers killed were ironworkers — one from Seattle and the other from Portland.
Tags: Business, News, Nation, Seattle, Local News, Northwest, Local Business, Sarah Wong, SPU, Seattle Pacific University


SPU men capture GNAC crown, automatic NCAA bid

The Seattle Pacific men earned their fourth Great Northwest Athletic Conference tournament title with a 78-66 victory over Western Oregon.
Tags: News, Sports, Ncaa, Other Sports, Huskies, SPU, Seattle Pacific, GNAC


After slow start, SPU is playing with a ‘different desperation’ behind Coleman Wooten

The Falcons are a game behind Saint Martin’s with two games left before the conference tournament and in a good position to get an at-large berth for the NCAA Division II tournament even if they don’t earn the conference’s automatic berth.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Ncaa, College Basketball, Falcons, Saint Martin, SPU, Coleman Wooten


Legendary Seattle Pacific sports figure Ken Foreman remembered at campus service

Foreman died Dec. 23 at age 96. He was instrumental in many facets of the SPU athletic department and coached track and cross country among other sports in his five decades at the college.
Tags: News, Sports, Olympics, Hockey, Other Sports, Foreman, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Ken Foreman


Seattle Pacific’s Renick Meyer earns GNAC award for her winning long jump effort

Renick Meyer went 18 feet, 10¾ inches to win the long jump, and to post the first title by an SPU athlete in the UW Preview Meet since 2010.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Renick Meyer


Rant & Rave: Useful info to reduce garbage

Readers rave about SPU, rant about rude swimme
Tags: News, Life, Lifestyle, SPU


Seattle, suburbs would lose all water pressure within 24 hours of catastrophic earthquake, city study says

A new seismic analysis shows Seattle area residents could be without water for one to two months after a big quake, but SPU is keeping the entire report secret and releasing only a 13-page summary due to security concerns.
Tags: Science, News, Environment, Local Politics, Seattle, Local News, Northwest, Puget Sound, SPU, Times Watchdog


Kaylee Mitchell takes third, leads Seattle Pacific women to third-place finish at GNAC meet

SPU, ranked 13th in the nation, scored 64 points.
Tags: News, Sports, SPU, Seattle Pacific, GNAC, Kaylee Mitchell


Matisse Thybulle torments on defense and Huskies post exhibition win over SPU

The No. 25 Washington Huskies trailed at halftime but rallied and held off Division II Seattle Pacific for a 70-61 victory in Thursday’s exhibition game.
Tags: News, Sports, Huskies, Husky Basketball, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Washington Huskies, Matisse Thybulle


‘Unfocused’ Huskies post exhibition win over SPU as basketball season nears

The No. 25 Washington Huskies trailed at halftime but rallied and held off Division II Seattle Pacific for a 70-61 victory in Thursday’s exhibition game.
Tags: News, Sports, Huskies, Husky Basketball, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Washington Huskies


UW-SPU Preview Box

No. 25 UW men vs. Seattle Pacific University Time: 7 p.m. Thursday, Alaska Airlines Arena. TV: Pac-12 Networks Records*: UW (21-13): Seattle Pacific (17-12). Starting lineups: SPU Player Ht. PPG* G Gabe Colosimo 6-0 8.8 G Gavin Long 6-5 11.9 G Harry Cavell 6-5 8.4 F Coleman Wooten 6-6 11.0 C Nathan Streufert 6-8 9.2 […]
Tags: News, Sports, Pac-12, College Basketball, Huskies, Husky Basketball, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Seattle Pacific University Time, Alaska Airlines Arena TV, Gabe Colosimo, G Gavin Long, G Harry Cavell, F Coleman Wooten, Nathan Streufert


Tom Box, athletic director at Seattle Pacific for 10 years, dies at age 66

Tom Box was in command of the SPU athletic department from 1998 to 2008, and then returned for the 2015-2016 school year to serve as interim athletic director.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Tom Box


SPU Experimental Belt Feeding Adapter for RPK-74 LMGs

Kalashnikov Media has published an article telling the story of a very interesting device designed to allow feeding linked ammunition into standard magazine-fed RPK-74 light machine guns. This device was called SPU (СПУ – Съемное Подающее Устройство, stands for Detachable Feeding Device) and it was developed in the late ’70s right after the adoption of 5.45x39mm cartridge […] Read More … The post SPU Experimental Belt Feeding Adapter for RPK-74 LMGs appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Daily News, SPU, AK-47 / AK-74 / Everything AK, 5.45x39mm, Kalashnikov Media, Belt Feeding Adapter, Poplin, RPK-74


SPU volleyball falls in four sets to No. 12 Western

Hailey Gaines hammered a career-high 14 kills for Seattle Pacific on Thursday night, but No.12 Western Washington finally pulled away from the visiting Falcons to score a four-game victory in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference volleyball opener for both schools.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Other Sports, Western Washington, Falcons, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Great Northwest Athletic Conference, Hailey Gaines


SPU grads celebrate with a traditional Ivy Cutting

More than 600 graduating seniors at Seattle Pacific University filled Tiffany Loop on campus for the annual event.
Tags: News, Education, Local News, SPU, Seattle Pacific University, Photo & Video, Tiffany Loop


Seattle Pacific women selected for NCAA Division II tournament

Sixth-seeded SPU (23-7) will play No. 3 seed UC San Diego (27-4) at Azusa Pacific University on Friday at noon.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Ncaa, UC San Diego, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Azusa Pacific University


Big turnaround for Seattle Pacific women nets spot in GNAC title game

The Falcons (23-6) scored a 74-65 victory over the Seawolves (25-4) on Friday, just two weeks after UAA blitzed SPU 73-45 on the same court.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Falcons, UAA, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Seawolves


Washington State Cross Country Coaches Association (WSCCCA) inducts trio to Hall of Fame

SPU's Erica Hill (Mercer Island) and WSU's Phil English (Eisenhower) among the group honored Friday at the Washington State Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Convention in Tacoma.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Hall of Fame, High School Sports, Cougars, WSU, SPU, Erica Hill Mercer, Phil English Eisenhower, Washington State Track


Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform announced – Octa-Core Kryo 385 CPUs, Adreno 630 GPU, X20 LTE and secure processing unit

Qualcomm on the second day of its second annual Snapdragon Technology Summit announced Snapdragon 845, its next-generation Mobile Platform for mobile devices that is manufactured on second generation 10LPP process from Samsung. It promises immersive multimedia experiences including eXtended reality (XR), on-device artificial intelligence (AI), lightning-fast connectivity, and also has new secure processing unit (SPU) to offer the best security for … Continue reading "Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mob...
Tags: News, Samsung, Blogging, Gpu, Qualcomm, Octa, SPU, Snapdragon 845, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform


SPU women win season opener

Kasey Reeve scored twice in the second half Thursday, including the 88th-minute game winner that capped Seattle Pacific’s rally from a two-goal deficit to defeat Chico State 3-2 in the first game of the women’s soccer season at Interbay Stadium.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Chico State, Kasey Reeve


Les Habegger turned SPU into winner, helped Sonics win title

The coach who took Seattle Pacific to the Elite Eight and was an assistant coach for the Seattle SuperSonics died Thursday at 92.
Tags: News, Sports, Nba, College sports, Seattle SuperSonics, Sonics, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Les Habegger


Jamal Crawford’s rebranded Seattle Pro-Am, ‘The Crawsover’, tips off Saturday at SPU

Jamal Crawford's Pro-Am league is back with a new name...and free admission.
Tags: News, Sports, Nba, Seattle, Jamal Crawford, SPU


With ivy ceremony, Seattle Pacific grads begin celebrations

More than 90 years of tradition continued at Seattle Pacific University on Friday, June 9, 2017, as hundreds of graduating seniors and their families took part in the annual Ivy Cutting ceremony held on the campus in Seattle’s north Queen Anne neighborhood. Ivy Cutting marks the start of graduation activities at SPU. Graduate students receive […]
Tags: Photography, News, Education, Seattle, Local News, Queen Anne, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Seattle Pacific University, Photo & Video


SPU put on 2-year probation for women’s soccer violations

Falcons must vacate nine wins from 2015 season.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Falcons, SPU


SPU women fall in GNAC semifinals, ending season

The Seattle Pacific women’s basketball team saw its season end with a 76-68 loss to second-ranked Alaska Anchorage on Friday in the semifinals of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference tournament at Saint Martin’s. Anchorage (28-1), the top seed and defending tournament champion, won its 24th game in a row and advanced to Saturday’s championship game […]
Tags: News, Sports, Anchorage, Saint Martin, SPU, Seattle Pacific, Alaska Anchorage


SPU hires Wright as new volleyball coach

Wright, from California’s Biola University, takes over for Chris Johnson, who retired after 12 seasons as Falcons’ coach.
Tags: News, California, Sports, College sports, Other Sports, Wright, Falcons, Chris Johnson, SPU, Biola University