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How do I configure a Cisco router for secure remote access using SSH?

Learn the configuration steps required to enable a Cisco router to accept Secure Shell (SSH) connections over the virtual terminal (VTY) lines.

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What is the OSI model?

Learn about what may be the single most important networking concept that helps different systems communicate—the OSI model.

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How do I recover the password on a Cisco router without losing its configuration?

Learn how to change the configuration register so that a router password can be recovered without losing any configurations.

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AHCA could jeopardize health coverage for young adults, study suggests

As the US Senate takes up the proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA), a large study provides evidence that eliminating the individual mandate could jeopardize health care coverage for young adults.

Mobile technology and child and adolescent development

A new special section of Child Development shows how particularly diverse the use of mobile technology is among children and adolescents, and points to great complexity in the effects of that usage.

Lawn mower injuries send 13 children to the emergency department every day

A recent study from the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital published in the American Journal of Emergency Medicine shows that, while there has been a decrease in the number of children injured by lawn mowers over the last few decades, this cause of serious injury continues to be a concern.

The Wonder Woman Movie Is Even Better Than You Hoped It Would Be

Every superhero origin story has the moment: The music swells, time slows, and the hero finally emerges on screen in their full costume, ready to kick ass. Wonder Woman has this scene as well, and it might just be the best one we’ve ever seen—not only because it’s so badass, but because it’s been so, so overdue.

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Facebook: German bill isn’t ‘suitable’ to fight hate speech

Germany says sites like Facebook and Twitter aren't doing enough to combat hate speech and fake news on their platforms. The country's Ministry of Justice proposed a bill that, if approved, would fine social networks and other websites up to 50 milli...

Apple, Facebook and Google condemn Texas transgender bill

Proposed legislation in Texas has irked some of the biggest names in tech, sparking condemnation from the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook and 12 other influential tech leaders. If passed, this controversial state law would only allow transgender s...

What’s on TV: ‘House of Cards,’ ‘Fear the Walking Dead’

This week the NBA and NHL are finally kicking off their final round of games, and it's time for the latest season of House of Cards to try and beat real-life political drama. AMC's The Walking Dead spinoff is back for another round, and HBO is about...

PlayStation’s E3 press conference is coming to a theater near you

E3 might be officially open to the public this year, but what if you don't want to book a flight to Los Angeles just to get a taste of what it's like to be there? Sony, at least, has you covered: it's bringing back its PlayStation E3 Experience for t...

Security Firm Discovers Link Between WannaCry Ransomware and Southern China

We may never know who the perpetrators of the WannaCry ransomware attack really were. We do know that they utilized an exploit that was part of the NSA’s toolkit. We know that the exploit was leaked by a group called The Shadow Brokers. We know the US government is pointing to North Korea. And new research from…

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What we played in May

From in-depth features and interviews to the daily torrent of trailers and news, we write a lot about video games here. But there's only so much one team can cover, and often some of our favorite games never grace the digital pages of Engadget. To r...

Neill Blomkamp’s Next Project Teases New Horrors and an Alien Invasion

The man behind Elysium, Chappie, and District 9 is embarking on a strange new project called Oat Studios Volume 1, and although it’s a bizarre left-turn for the director in terms of how you’ll see it, a new teaser trailer for the series shows he’ll at least be treading some familiar scifi grounds.

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A Brand New Cut of Spider-Man 3 Mysteriously Appeared Online—and Then Vanished—This Weekend

There’s been rumors for a while that the much-maligned Spider-Man 3 would soon get a new cut as part of a re-release of the original movie trilogy. It was weird enough that the movie was getting a tweaked edition all these years later, but even weirder is that the whole thing showed up on Amazon this weekend... only…

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Mercedes-AMG’s F1-based Project One rewrites the hypercar rulebook

"We are the first to make pure bred F1 technology roadworthy." AMG has finally shown the mechanical layout of its thousand-horsepower, Formula 1-inspired Project One hypercar at a sneak reveal at the Nürburgring 24 Hour race. AMG Chairman Tobias...

Turn Toothbrush Time Into Story Time

I hate going more than ten seconds with nothing but my own thoughts to entertain me. When I walk three blocks, I listen to a podcast. I read Twitter while I pee. What I hate the most is brushing and flossing. I can’t hold my phone, I can’t talk, I can’t admire myself in the mirror because I’m foaming at the mouth. I…

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Not Even Disneyland Can Escape Marvel’s Love of Teasers

The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s penchant for relentlessly teasing future films has already taught moviegoing audiences to keep their butts in their theater seats until the very end of the credits. Now, it’s also going to teach theme park attendees to keep an eye out for clues to their next ginormous queue-generator.

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Is Alkaline Water Just a Way of Making Expensive Pee?

Nutrition is a battlefield where everyone seems to have an opinion. Some of those opinions are science-based, and others are veiled quackery with little evidence to back them up. It can be frustrating if you’re simply trying to stay healthy. Do you spend three dollars on the expensive water bottle or just drink it…

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Here’s everything ASUS unveiled at Computex 2017

It won't be long before laptops become so thin and light that you'll barely notice the heft of one in your bag on your commute. That's the main takeaway from ASUS' press conference, in which the Taiwanese company showed off a raft of new laptops. Top...

Mystery of the Flickering Red Lights in the White House Grips the Internet

Internet-fueled conspiracy theories have plagued US politics over the last year and made voters on both sides of the aisle appear to be reactionary maniacs. But conspiracy theories can also be fun. And the entirely benign saga of red lights flashing in the windows of the second-floor residence of the White House is…

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Shit Is Starting to Get Real Goddamn Magical on American Gods

Shadow Moon has been working with a mysterious con man who’s more than he seems. He might have made snow fall from the sky just by thinking about it. Now, the worst thing yet: a god who can get him arrested like it’s no big deal. American Gods is dropping that Shadow is cosmically important in some way he doesn’t…

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UK property developer to trade parking spots for Uber credit

UK property developer Moda Living is building the kind of apartment blocks you might not mind renting forever -- that is, after you've decided you probably won't be able to buy anytime this millennia. The sites promise hotel-like amenities, including...

Last Year’s Sunscreen Is Probably Still Good

Don’t reflexively pitch that bottle of sunscreen that’s still in your bathroom closet from last year! Check the expiration date if there is one, but if not, you’ve got three years from the date of purchase to use it up.

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Injustice 2 Is Surprisingly at Its Best When It Forgets It’s an Injustice Sequel

The first Injustice game—and the fantastic tie-in comic that accompanied it—told a story that pitted Batman and Superman against each other in a battle between heroism and villainy, and how good people can be driven to do horrible things. Injustice 2 isn’t really about that, and that’s both interesting and at times…

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E.T.’s Climactic Bike Ride Is Like an Arthouse Film Without John Williams’s Score

The films of Steven Spielberg feel inseparable from the music of John Williams. But for some cinephiles, Williams represents Spielberg’s most manipulative and sentimental instincts. Well, here’s your chance to see one of the most iconic moments in the two artists career without the famous score that makes the scene…

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