And now for some Tech reading . . .

Linux rootkit hidden in the GPUs? What? Crap. This is going to be tough. Jellyfish is a just a proof of concept, but … if a group of developers can do this imagine what a determined surveillance agency will do.

— A $9 computer that wants to replace the Raspberry Pi as the hacker platform of choice? The size is 6cm X 4cm and this is smaller than the 8.5cm X 5.6cm of the Pi. But is this important? For deployment the cost of the chip might make it a success, but for development maybe the Pi is going to be more practical. In any case, more options is always a good thing. Yeay! Their success is going to depend on the distribution channels. If availability of this computer is low . . .

Amazon Drones. This is going to be exciting, but details where scarce. Now if your are curious a patent was awarded that gave more details about the drones.