Issue No.04 - Apr. (2014 vol.47)
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/MC.2014.95
Topics include the biggest distributed denial-of-service ever measured, the IPv4 address shortage, the cooling of supercomputers by immersing them in liquid, a report naming Java as the leading malware target, a new headset that beams video directly into users' eyes, an ear-based computer controlled by facial movements, software that makes cloud operations more efficient, new technology that lets Wi-Fi users borrow others' bandwidth when needed, and a sensor that helps people grow plants better.
Internet, Java, Security, Supercomputers, Servers, Companies,plants, security, CloudFlare, distributed denial-of-service, DDoS, Spamhaus, Network Time Protocol, reflection attack, Internet, IPv4, IPv6, regional Internet registries, network address translation, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tsubame KFC, supercomputer, mineral oil, Iceotope, 3M's Novec fire suppression fluid, liquid fluoroplastic, Allied Control, immersion cooling, malware, Java, IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Quarterly Report, Avegant, Glyph, headset, Hiroshima City University, Earclip-Type Wearable PC, ear, wearable computing, cloud computing, Quasar, Stanford University, Christos Kozyrakis, Christina Delimitrou, Telefónica, BeWifi, Wi-Fi, Parrot, Flower Power, sensor
"News Briefs", Computer, vol.47, no. 4, pp. 15-19, Apr. 2014, doi:10.1109/MC.2014.95