Oracle issued patches for the most recent Java security hole, 787s are grounded in Japan, the space station gets an inflatable module, a web-star black bear gives birth, and a restaurant in China is staffed by robots!
In today's episode of GeekBeat, Oracle releases patches for the recent Java security hole, 787s get grounded in Japan and the space station gets an add on in the form of an inflatable. Plus, the famous webcam bear Lily gives birth to two cubs and we take a peek at a restaurant in China that employs robot servers!
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Oracle has started providing emergency patches for Java to fix the most recent wave of security holes. CERT- the Computer Emergency Response Team - suggests disabling Java in your browsers and seeing if you even miss it.
After problems with batteries that resulted in an emergency landing and evacuation, the two major airlines in Japan flying the Boeing 787 have grounded their fleets.
The International Space Station is getting an inflatable annex designed by Bigelow Aerospace. These inflatable modules could one day serve as habitats on the moon or Mars.
Lily, a webcam-enabled black bear, has given birth to two cubs, an event broadcast live around the world via a camera placed in the den.