A security hole in the firmware of Apple Mac batteries may well allow for malware to be installed on vulnerable systems… even after a complete reformatting of the hard disk and reinstall of the system.
I wouldn’t be too worried about this, as there is no evidence of this hole being exploited yet, and I would hope a fix would come along shortly, but…
(via Boing Boing)
Have our own microorganisms solved the classic computer science conundrum? No, despite the headline, they haven’t. However immune cells solve a simple version of the problem when faced with a small number of targets.
It appears that our white blood cells do a quick and sophisticated analysis of the targets and their relative distances and come up with a solution comparable with computer algorithms.