Lawmakers consider ending Daylight Saving Time in Michigan Read more »
Massachusetts weighs doing away with winter time shift
An 11-member commission will begin weighing the economic and health impacts of the state remaining on Eastern Daylight Time year-round. Read more »
Google turns on free public NTP servers that SMEAR TIME
Google says the new services is for “anyone who needs to keep local clocks in sync with VM instances running on Google Compute Engine, to match the time used by Google APIs, or for those who just need a reliable time service.”
However, Google also says “We recommend that you don’t configure Google Public NTP together with non-leap-smearing NTP servers.” Read more »
Schneider Electric Unity PRO Software vulnerability prior to V11.1
A vulnerability in Schneider Electric’s industrial controller management software created a possible mechanism for hackers to plant malicious code on industrial networks. Read more »
Siemens ICS Gear Remote Management Patched
The US computer emergency response team is warning of weak credentials in Siemens SIMATIC WinCC flexible that can be remotely exploitable. Read more »
Galileos 11 and 12 are live...
The European Space Agency (ESA) has announced that for your future metre-level accuracy navigating pleasure, satellites Galileo 11 and 12 are now fully operational and "broadcasting working navigation signals". Read more »
GPS 2.0 outline calls for open, hackable, interfaces
The group that created GPS wants it opened up so it's easier for people to compete on its individual components.
Californian nonprofit The Aerospace Corporation also wants to address the weaknesses that have emerged in GPS in the decades since it was first created – things like jamming and resiliency – without compromising accuracy. Read more »