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The Aero-News Network
Eagle Attacks Drone In Alaskapromoting Dutch Harbor, Alaska lost a drone recently during the filming when it
The Aero-News Network / Posted 4 hours ago
promoting Dutch Harbor, Alaska lost a drone recently during the filming when it was attacked by an eagle over the water. Ars Technica reports that local drone operator Emmett Fitch was assisting the crew from Nevada with the shoot when his pilot... Read more
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express
PS4 v Nintendo Switch - Hybrid console loses out AGAIN to Sony in latest chart warsunderstanding.” Soon afterwards Senior Director of Corporate Communications Ch
express / Posted 16 hours ago
understanding.” Soon afterwards Senior Director of Corporate Communications Charlie Scibetta, during an interview with Ars Technica, said: “It's definitely not intentional in terms of shorting the market. “We're making it as fast as we can. We... Read more
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Gamasutra
AR game restrictions ruled unconstitutional by district judgedecision that could affect how augmented reality game devs operate and design g
Gamasutra / Posted 17 hours ago
decision that could affect how augmented reality game devs operate and design games in the long-term. As reported by Ars Technica, the law was challenged by mobile studio Candy Lab, creators of augmented reality poker game Texas Rope 'Em, on... Read more
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Philly.com
NASA wanted to talk about science. A congressman wanted to ask about Martian civilizationsnoting for good measure that previous reports of canals and a sculptured face o
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
noting for good measure that previous reports of canals and a sculptured face on the Red Planet had also been debunked. Ars Technica accused the congressman of marring an otherwise respectable discussion, and recalled that earlier this month a... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Trump administration gives thumbs up to overturning FCC’s rules for so-called ‘net neutrality’ – MacDailyNewsnet neutrality rules passed during the Obama years, a White House spokesperson
MacDailyNews / Posted 2 days ago
net neutrality rules passed during the Obama years, a White House spokesperson said yesterday,” Jon Brodkin reports for Ars Technica. “‘The previous administration went about this the wrong way by imposing rules on ISPs through the FCC’s Title... Read more
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The Mercury News
Gwyneth Paltrow ridiculed for feuding with SF doctor critical of Goop’s jade eggs and other junk sciencehigh. In fact, the language of their post suggested that the gloves are off and
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
high. In fact, the language of their post suggested that the gloves are off and they are ready to tussle. As the website Ars Technica pointed out, going high would have involved providing data to back health claims and dubious products, adding... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Feds Concede Can’t Search Cloud Data at Border for US Citizensconnect to the Internet and automatically pull the latest data. To guard (impe
Naked Capitalism / Posted 5 days ago
connect to the Internet and automatically pull the latest data. To guard (imperfectly and somewhat) against this, as the Ars Technica account makes clear, the American Civil Liberties Union warns people crossing the US border to put their phones... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
Google's New Mobile OS Will Have a Distinctly Non-Linux Hueabout the new OS since it first came to light last year. However, new details
LinuxInsider.com / Posted 6 days ago
about the new OS since it first came to light last year. However, new details surfaced last week, first reported by Ars Technica, and have been making the rounds. Fuchsia apparently will move Google away from its long association with... Read more
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New York Post
NASA admits they’re too broke to go to Marsclose to Mars. But the agency also needs to design landing vehicles that would
New York Post / Posted 7 days ago
close to Mars. But the agency also needs to design landing vehicles that would actually do the landing and ascending parts, Ars Technica explains. That doesn’t mean the Mars mission is canceled. NASA should get more funding in coming years to... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
NASA Official: We Don't Have Funding To Land Humans On MarsNASA's chief of human spaceflight, Bill Gerstenmaier (pictured) said that the m
The Aero-News Network / Posted 8 days ago
NASA's chief of human spaceflight, Bill Gerstenmaier (pictured) said that the money just isn't there for the mission. Ars Technica reports that Gerstenmaier said that the SLS rocket and Orion spacecraft cost too much to build and fly, and NASA... Read more
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Gamasutra
How an indie game became the star of a Nine Inch Nails music videoJeff Minter details how he created a custom build of Polybius in a matter of da
Gamasutra / Posted 8 days ago
Jeff Minter details how he created a custom build of Polybius in a matter of days for a NIN music video. Speaking to Ars Technica, game developer Jeff Minter shared the strange set of circumstances that landed his indie game Polybius the... Read more
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New York Post
Private company aims to mine the moon by 2020vehicle that would be eligible for Google’s $20 million prize, is slated to lau
New York Post / Posted 8 days ago
vehicle that would be eligible for Google’s $20 million prize, is slated to launch at the end of this year, according to Ars Technica. The robotic lander, referred to as MX-1E, will ride into space aboard an experimental rocket known as the... Read more
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Deseret News
Here's how a rollback of net neutrality could affect your internetcompetition, network interconnection and internet access for disabled people wo
Deseret News / Posted 9 days ago
competition, network interconnection and internet access for disabled people would no longer apply," according to the Ars Technica report. An ever-changing aspect of the internet is all the devices one user can connect to it. Wired noted how... Read more
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The Mercury News
Snorting chocolate: Cocaine on training wheels?fire from US Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, as CBS reported. He denoun
The Mercury News / Posted 10 days ago
fire from US Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, as CBS reported. He denounced it as “cocaine on training wheels,” as Ars Technica noted, and has pushed for regulation of the quick energy industry. “This suspect product has no clear health... Read more
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Breitbart
Report: Early Trials of ‘Cancer Vaccines’ Were ‘Safe and Effective’ Attacking Tumorspersonalized vaccines appeared safe and effective at spurring immune responses
Breitbart / Posted 14 days ago
personalized vaccines appeared safe and effective at spurring immune responses to attack and destroy tumors,” reported Ars Technica on Thursday. “The vaccines worked by coaching killer immune cells—T cells—to destroy tumors by seeking out... Read more
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PC Magazine
OneDrive No Longer Works With Non-NTFS Disksthe storage space of laptops with small hard drives. ExFAT is the default forma
PC Magazine / Posted 14 days ago
the storage space of laptops with small hard drives. ExFAT is the default format for SD cards larger than 32GB. As Ars Technica notes, Microsoft's decision to make OneDrive NTFS-only may be related to the next Windows 10 Creators update,... Read more
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Mashable
Twitter gets a win in lawsuit against U.S. government for right to reveal data requestsfor users' rights with data privacy. In April, Twitter sued the U.S. government
Mashable / Posted 15 days ago
for users' rights with data privacy. In April, Twitter sued the U.S. government for demanding the records of an anti-Trump account. According to Ars Technica, the next hearing is scheduled for August 14 at the federal court in Oakland, Calif... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Haiku, the open-source execution of BeOS, is beautiful but buggy – MacDailyNewsacquire his company and make BeOS the basis of the next-generation Macintosh op
MacDailyNews / Posted 18 days ago
acquire his company and make BeOS the basis of the next-generation Macintosh operating system,” Sean Gallagher writes for Ars Technica. “But then along came some guy named Steve Jobs, with a company called NeXT. And the rest, as they say, is... Read more
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redOrbit
Ancient DNA reveals how cats domesticated humansamong cats did not appear until the 1800s, they noted. This marked a seminal po
redOrbit / Posted 18 days ago
among cats did not appear until the 1800s, they noted. This marked a seminal point in the human-feline relationship, said Ars Technica: it was the first time that people assumed control of cat breeding, as they had done with other domestic... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
'It has to be something, but it could be infinity': Trump ponders space in strange ceremonyBezos of Blue Origin, and who also owns The Post, were nowhere to be seen, Kapl
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
Bezos of Blue Origin, and who also owns The Post, were nowhere to be seen, Kaplan wrote. Bezos and Musk had been invited, Ars Technica reported, but couldn't make it on short notice. "This is going to launch a whole new chapter for our great... Read more
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The Washington Times
Government websites hacked to display ISIS propagandaone of the hijacked websites analyzed earlier this week was running an outdated
The Washington Times / Posted 21 days ago
one of the hijacked websites analyzed earlier this week was running an outdated and vulnerable version of the same content management platform, DotNetNuke, Ars Technica reported. DotNetNuke did not respond to Ars Technica’s requests for... Read more
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Gamasutra
Without code from the original, Blizzard had to build StarCraft: Remastered from scratchthe StarCraft: Remastered team had very few of the 1998 game's original buildin
Gamasutra / Posted 21 days ago
the StarCraft: Remastered team had very few of the 1998 game's original building blocks to work from. Speaking to Ars Technica, a number of Blizzard developers explained how the team managed to recreate and modernize the classic real-time... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Roughly Speaking podcast: A battle royal in cyberspace (episode 266)brings it down to Earth with 20 minutes of tech'splaining. Sean is the Baltimor
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
brings it down to Earth with 20 minutes of tech'splaining. Sean is the Baltimore-based IT and national security editor of Ars Technica and joins us on the podcast every few weeks to talk about the latest in tech news. Subscribe to th... Read more
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New York Post
How the CIA hacks computers that aren’t connected to the internetplatform called Brutal Kangaroo contains tools that can be used to target compu
New York Post / Posted 25 days ago
platform called Brutal Kangaroo contains tools that can be used to target computer systems not connected to the internet, Ars Technica explains. Drifting Deadline is a tool installed on a computer of interest. When a USB drive is connected to it,... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Back to the iPhone future: Lessons from a decade of Apple influence in medicine – MacDailyNewsBeth Mole writes for Ars Technica, “In early 2008 — on the brink of the second
MacDailyNews / Posted 25 days ago
Beth Mole writes for Ars Technica, “In early 2008 — on the brink of the second generation iPhone’s release — emergency medicine doctor Michael Omori unabashedly gushed over the digital upheaval he saw at the medical community’s fingertips: Swipes on... Read more
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express
Nintendo Switch Rockstar games news, stock update and Skyrim release datecompany say they're working as “fast as possible” to restock the hybrid console
express / Posted 26 days ago
company say they're working as “fast as possible” to restock the hybrid console around the world. During an interview with Ars Technica, Senior Director of Corporate Communications Charlie Scibetta said: “It's definitely not intentional in terms of... Read more
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express
Nintendo Switch stock update - New consoles being produced ‘as fast as possible’said that they are working as “fast as possible” to restock the hybrid console
express / Posted 28 days ago
said that they are working as “fast as possible” to restock the hybrid console around the world. During an interview with Ars Technica, Senior Director of Corporate Communications Charlie Scibetta said: “It's definitely not intentional in terms of... Read more
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MacDailyNews
The tragedy of Apple’s FireWire: Collaborative tech torpedoed by corporations – MacDailyNewsdata transfer — is one of the most tragic tales in the history of computer tech
MacDailyNews / Posted 29 days ago
data transfer — is one of the most tragic tales in the history of computer technology.,” Richard C. Moss writes for Ars Technica. “The standard was forged in the fires of collaboration. A joint effort from several competitors including... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
South Korean Web Host Pays $1 Million to Recover Customer Datacompany pays a ransom, there is no guarantee that they will get their data back
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 29 days ago
company pays a ransom, there is no guarantee that they will get their data back or that the hackers will not strike again. Ars Technica said that the Erebus ransomware once targeted only Windows operating systems, but a new variant works against... Read more
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Gamasutra
After winning $500M in lawsuit against Oculus, ZeniMax pushes for morethe company wants a ten-year deal for 20 percent of revenue from all sales of R
Gamasutra / Posted 30 days ago
the company wants a ten-year deal for 20 percent of revenue from all sales of Rift hardware. ZeniMax also (according to Ars Technica) argued that it should be awarded at least another $500 million. Meanwhile, Oculus argued against the proposed... Read more
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redOrbit
One-third of the planet is now overweight, study findshealth conditions than ever before, with excess pounds being blamed for four mi
redOrbit / Posted 30 days ago
health conditions than ever before, with excess pounds being blamed for four million deaths worldwide in 2015, Gizmodoand Ars Technica noted. In what is being hailed as one of the most comprehensive investigations to date into weight and health,... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
A slot machine glitch said she won $43 million. Now she’s suing the casino to get it.a $42 million payout and given $1.85 instead. Her case was eventually rejected
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 1 months ago
a $42 million payout and given $1.85 instead. Her case was eventually rejected by the Iowa Supreme Court, according to Ars Technica. In Bookman’s case, Resorts World Casino says that the maximum payout on the machine that day was supposed to... Read more
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Mashable
Twitter's 2-factor authentication has a serious problemend up being sent directly to the cellphone of your hacker. And this is not ju
Mashable / Posted 1 months ago
end up being sent directly to the cellphone of your hacker. And this is not just theoretical. In January of 2017, reports Ars Technica, a group of criminals exploited this flaw to snatch victims' SMS verification codes and drain their bank... Read more
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Island Packet
A slot machine glitch said she won $43 million. Now she’s suing the casino to get it.a $42 million payout and given $1.85 instead. Her case was eventually rejected
Island Packet / Posted 1 months ago
a $42 million payout and given $1.85 instead. Her case was eventually rejected by the Iowa Supreme Court, according to Ars Technica. In Bookman’s case, Resorts World Casino says that the maximum payout on the machine that day was supposed to... Read more
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The News & Observer
Netflix contradicts prior statement, says it will ‘never outgrow’ net neutrality fightcompany while favoring another. The Federal Communications Commission created t
The News & Observer / Posted 1 months ago
company while favoring another. The Federal Communications Commission created these regulations in 2015, according to Ars Technica. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai set a plan forward last month on rolling back net neutrality. The FCC is now in its... Read more
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Island Packet
Trump was mocked for bashing new technology on aircraft carriers. But he wasn’t wrongon Thursday, information surfaced that showed that Trump’s criticism of EMALS h
Island Packet / Posted 1 months ago
on Thursday, information surfaced that showed that Trump’s criticism of EMALS had at least some legitimacy. According to Ars Technica, new technology being developed by General Atomics to catch planes as they land went through a troubled... Read more

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