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Intel working with rivals to fix flaw

Chip-maker Intel has said it is working with other major tech firms to fix flaws that could allow hackers to steal personal data from computer systems. The issue was originally linked to a flaw in Intel’s chips, but the firm said this was “incorrect”. “Many types of computing devices – with many different vendors’ processors and operating systems – are susceptible to these exploits,” Intel said. Google researchers first discovered the flaw last year. Google said the problem affected the basic electronic systems behind many devices such as computers and…

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Lifestyle 

Encounters: Working Out With Charles Glass, a Trainer to the Stars

Advertisement VENICE, Calif. — Remember the episode of “Seinfeld” that features Elaine trying to return a dress to Barneys after she takes it home and realizes that it doesn’t look nearly as good as it did when she was at the store, surrounded by mirrors that made her appear skinnier? Well, it’s the opposite at Gold’s Gym in Venice, Calif., the longtime bodybuilding mecca frequented by Arnold Schwarzenegger and three subsequent generations of herculean he-men. Here, lifters get stretched out horizontally not just by pushing heavy weights and ingesting supplements…

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As a working mother, how can I feel more involved with my son's school?

Q. I’m a working mum and try my best to be involved with my son’s school. I’m sick of feeling left out because so many parental social events take place after school drop-off and at lunchtime. How can I feel more included? A. Multitasking Mother, sometimes the politics of the school gate are far more hazardous than any workplace. It’s awful to feel left out. But do you really want to get to know this group? Life is too short to waste energy on people who leave us feeling inadequate….

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In praise of one of the hardest working pieces in your wardrobe: a dress

For almost every wardrobe crisis of the “I have nothing to wear” variety there is a solution. And it’s this: wear a dress. Nothing could be easier, or indeed, more of a straight-up power move. A dress from the Carolina Herrera collection is modelled during New York Fashion Week. Photo: AP A dress takes away the fuss, or at least the need to find a top that remotely “goes”. It’s a deliberate and definitive choice. And a dress works just as well for those seeking to assert their authority (or at…

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Alex Oxlade Chamberlain: ‘Leaving Arsenal was the hardest decision of my career, but working with Klopp was too good to turn down’

Alex Oxlade Chamberlain Saturday, September 9, 2017 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain admits leaving Arsenal was the hardest decision of his life but the opportunity to work with Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool was one he could not turn down. The England midfielder completed his move to Anfield on deadline dayin a deal believed to be worth up to £35million after rejecting the chance to join Premier League champions Chelsea. Oxlade-Chamberlain won the FA Cup three times during his six-year spell at Arsenal but felt he had to move on to further his career….

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Kate Winslet is the latest actor to defend working with Woody Allen

Woody Allen has never been charged with a sex crime. In the court of public opinion, however, a large segment long ago began viewing the famed director a deviant for two reasons. First, in 1992, his former partner Mia Farrow accused him of molesting his then 7-year-old adoptive daughter Dylan Farrow, an accusation Allen has denied. Then in 1997, he married Soon-Yi Previn, Farrow’s adopted daughter. At the time, he was 62 and Previn was 27. Kate Winslet, pictured in The Dressmaker, stars in Allen’s upcoming film Wonder Wheel. Photo: Supplied…

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