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2014/07/25 15:28
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Buzz Cut: • Architect undermines ObamaCare foundation • Border crisis saps support for ‘pathway’ • War College may strip senator’s degree • Poll: Roberts leads, but Wolf gaining in Kansas • A...
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2014/07/25 01:16
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My doubts as to whether Telecom's structural separation was for real all but vanished this week when the retail arm, soon to be renamed Spark, lashed out against monopoly network infrastructure...
2014/07/24 19:09
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It was only when the drone headed to the last corner of the field that Mr Lesh saw a man standing in the middle of it. "As we were making the last turn to fly it, we noticed a man out in the field...
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2014/07/24 11:06
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Man ejected from Southwest flight for tweeting that a gate agent was rude Ars Technica. General rule: when the agent said, “call the cops” you can be sure she meant call the airport security guards,...
2014/07/23 21:29
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Amazon's Fire phone isn't getting much love in its first wave of reviews from the tech press. Most reviews of Amazon's first smartphone run from negative to lukewarm, with warnings to wait until...
2014/07/23 16:07
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... new public beta program for OS X Yosemite officially launches Thursday, taking software that has traditionally been protected from the public by a $99 paywall and distributing it to the first...
2014/07/22 18:59
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Last week a piece of audio On Monday, a leaked letter, apparently from Comcast’s Chief Operating Officer, Dave Watson, surfaced on Consumerist, and was confirmed by Ars Technica. The letter, which...
2014/07/22 02:52
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Privacy group wants Govt to hand over intel documents. A US-based privacy lobby group has sued the country's customs agency over its unwillingness to release details on a border control program the...
2014/07/21 22:29
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None of us can remember all our passwords. Yes, we know to use strong passwords, and we never use the same password on more than one site. It's troublesome, but it's part and parcel of our Internet...
2014/07/21 16:19
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As the Federal Communications Commission wraps up its open comment period for its net neutrality proceedings, AT&T is in with its 99-page contribution. And there's one section in particular that has...
2014/07/20 10:39
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The Chrome OS is in for a future look. Athena, a Chromium OS project, will bring forth the new Chrome OS user experience. Google's François Beaufort on Friday, referring to the screenshot he posted,...
2014/07/19 10:39
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The good news: Tomorrow's cars are computers on wheels. The bad news: Tomorrow's cars are computers on wheels. Ma Jie, writing in Bloomberg News, reported this week that the Tesla Model S sedan was...
2014/07/19 05:00
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A few days ago the ongoing topic of Chrome’s poor handling of Windows’ system timer once again reared its head, specifically how its mistreatment has a noticeable, detrimental effect on battery life....
2014/07/18 17:20
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Millions of Americans use social media every day, and the Pentagon wants to know how to how the information they see might be used to control their behavior as if they were robots. The Department of...
2014/07/16 06:42
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A quick burst of 8 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology team Minuum demos non-annoying text entry on an Android Wear watch >>> TechCrunch The design uses a single line of keys for...
2014/07/16 01:19
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Last week the U.S. government decided data stored digitally doesn't hold the same Fourth Amendment rights as physical items, Engadget reports. The government issued the statement in briefs filed last...
2014/07/15 21:02
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Two weeks ago, venerable media company Condé Nast -- publisher of magazines like Vogue, The New Yorker and Wired -- decommissioned its Newark, Del. data center. The 67,200 square feet facility had...
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2014/07/15 03:08
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Image: Mashable composite. Netflix Despite signing a peering agreement to improve service speeds, Netflix access through Verizon FiOS is actually getting slower. Although the rankings for major ISPs...
2014/07/14 15:36
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... selfies’ can be retrieved from 'factory reset' devicesSecurityby CBR Staff Writer| 14 July 2014All files need to be overwritten and made irretrievable before reselling the device. Using...
2014/07/14 11:14
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All gadget owners should know that their smartphones and tablets and computers possess a wealth of information that everyone—from petty thieves to hackers to marketers to spy organizations—wants to...
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