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International Business Times
Nasa's billion dollar 'mobile launchpad' is leaning and is likely to launch only one SLS rocket time and money has been pumped into this project, the US Government Accountabil
International Business Times / Posted 22 hours ago
time and money has been pumped into this project, the US Government Accountability Office has released a few key figures, Ars Technica reports. The ML was supposed to cost $54m (£38.8m), but between 2012 and 2015, Nasa spent $281.8m (£202m)... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
$37 million in justice for Korryn Gaines; Trump's dereliction of dutyfor her six-year-old son and other family members. Sean Gallagher, the Baltimo
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
for her six-year-old son and other family members. Sean Gallagher, the Baltimore-based IT and national security editor of Ars Technica, the tech-news web site, talks about President Trump's unwillingness to counter the activities described in... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Ars Technica reviews Apple’s iMac Pro: It’s MUCH faster – MacDailyNews“Some high-end professional Mac users are frustrated, and they have been for ye
MacDailyNews / Posted 4 days ago
“Some high-end professional Mac users are frustrated, and they have been for years,” Samuel Axon writes for Ars Technica. “But things are definitely looking up… In April of last year, Apple invited press to discuss its plans for pro desktops, but it... Read more
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CBS Denver
Bitcoin Mining Hindering Search For Alien Life, Scientists Claim“Strong demand in the cryptocurrency market exceeded our expectations,” tech co
CBS Denver / Posted 7 days ago
“Strong demand in the cryptocurrency market exceeded our expectations,” tech company Nvidia’s CFO Colette Kress said, via Ars Technica. “We’ll be able to weather it but it is coming out of our contingency budget.” said Prof. Aaron Parsons of UC... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Apple’s strategy for iOS and macOS: Take more time to squash the bugs, unify iOS and Mac apps – MacDailyNewshas new features planned for its big, new iOS update — but not as many as you m
MacDailyNews / Posted 10 days ago
has new features planned for its big, new iOS update — but not as many as you may expect,” Valentina Palladino reports for Ars Technica. “According to a Bloomberg report, the next sweeping iOS update, codenamed ‘Peace’ and likely to be called iOS... Read more
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Fortune
Google Pixel Owners Sue Google Over Allegedly Faulty Microphonesbut that it refused to refund her money or replace it despite the fact it was s
Fortune / Posted 13 days ago
but that it refused to refund her money or replace it despite the fact it was still under warranty, tech news site Ars Technica reports. The suit does not specify how much the plaintiffs are seeking in damages. Fortune has reached out to... Read more
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Breitbart
Uber: There Was ‘No Justification’ for Covering Up User Data Breach“no justification” for the coverup of a data breach which left the personal inf
Breitbart / Posted 15 days ago
“no justification” for the coverup of a data breach which left the personal information of 57 million users vulnerable. Ars Technica reports that Uber’s top security official admitted during testimony at Capitol Hill on Tuesday that the company... Read more
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MacDailyNews
How will new iPhones manage power? Apple’s response to U.S. Senator raises questions – MacDailyNewsthe lack of transparency it showed surrounding its slow-down practices for agin
MacDailyNews / Posted 16 days ago
the lack of transparency it showed surrounding its slow-down practices for aging iPhones,” Valentina Palladino reports for Ars Technica. “Today, Thune’s office released Apple’s response: a five-page letter in which Apple reiterates the slow-down... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Bacteria-killing viruses present in women’s bladders, says studypresent in women’s bladders. “The thought that there’s not bacteria in urine i
Inquirier.net / Posted 16 days ago
present in women’s bladders. “The thought that there’s not bacteria in urine is false,” Catherine Putonti said in an Ars Technica report in Feb. 2. Putonti is a microbiologist from Loyola and is the leading author of the study published just... Read more
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Business Insider
SpaceX has received permission from the US government to launch Elon Musk's car toward Marshe ever imagined launching, its 2-ton mass and ambitious orbit is no joke, as E
Business Insider / Posted 17 days ago
he ever imagined launching, its 2-ton mass and ambitious orbit is no joke, as Eric Berger points out in a recent story for Ars Technica. "No company has ever launched a private payload beyond geostationary orbit before," Berger said, referring to... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
SpaceX has received permission from the US government to launch Elon Musk’s car toward Marsever imagined launching, its two-ton mass and ambitious orbit is no joke, as jo
Stamford Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
ever imagined launching, its two-ton mass and ambitious orbit is no joke, as journalist Eric Berger points out in a recent Ars Technica story. “No company has ever launched a private payload beyond geostationary orbit before,” Berger said,... Read more
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Connecticut Post
SpaceX has received permission from the US government to launch Elon Musk’s car toward Marsever imagined launching, its two-ton mass and ambitious orbit is no joke, as jo
Connecticut Post / Posted 17 days ago
ever imagined launching, its two-ton mass and ambitious orbit is no joke, as journalist Eric Berger points out in a recent Ars Technica story. “No company has ever launched a private payload beyond geostationary orbit before,” Berger said,... Read more
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International Business Times
Counter-Strike co-creator Jess Cliffe arrested for allegedly paying teen for sex multiple times for underage women and had no idea this woman was underage," Wagnild said when
International Business Times / Posted 19 days ago
for underage women and had no idea this woman was underage," Wagnild said when requesting no bail be set for his client, Ars Technica reports. He also noted that Cliffe was not a flight risk and is a homeowner with his girlfriend in Seattle. The... Read more
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The Hill
Missouri governor fighting lawsuit over disappearing messages apphave civil liberties if you don't know what the government is doing with regard
The Hill / Posted 21 days ago
have civil liberties if you don't know what the government is doing with regard to the Fourth Amendment," Pedroli told Ars Technica. “It's wildly important that government officials not communicate through ephemeral communication devices. We... Read more
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Breitbart
Songwriters, Publishers to Receive Increased Royalties from Music Streaming Servicesincreased royalties from Spotify, Apple Music, and other music streaming servic
Breitbart / Posted 23 days ago
increased royalties from Spotify, Apple Music, and other music streaming services, following a ruling. According to Ars Technica, “The mechanical royalty rates from streaming—royalties paid out to songwriters and publishers, as distinct from... Read more
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The Aero-News Network
NASA Commercial Crew Launch Dates Pushed BackBut it's not likely to happen until at least sometime in 2019, and maybe not un
The Aero-News Network / Posted 23 days ago
But it's not likely to happen until at least sometime in 2019, and maybe not until 2020. Spaceflight Insider cites Ars Technica in reporting that both Boeing and SpaceX have said they are confident that unmanned flights will occur this... Read more
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International Business Times
Hackers are now exploiting YouTube ads to hijack your computer and secretly mine cryptocurrency is a ploy to target a larger number of users, in comparison to only that of com
International Business Times / Posted 24 days ago
is a ploy to target a larger number of users, in comparison to only that of compromised devices." In a statement to Ars Technica on Friday, 26 January, Google confirmed the cryptojacking threat and said the ads in this case were "blocked in... Read more
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KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix
Montana 1st State To Come Up With Alternative In Response To Net Neutrality Repealto an executive order by Governor Steve Bullock, is the first state to official
KJZZ 91.5 Phoenix / Posted 28 days ago
to an executive order by Governor Steve Bullock, is the first state to officially come up with an alternative in response to the FCC. With me to talk about this development and what it signifies is Jon Brodkin. senior IT reporter at Ars Te... Read more
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Tom's Hardware
Feds Plan Investigation Into Fraudulent FCC Commentsstolen identities were used to submit a huge amount of comments, bot-generated
Tom's Hardware / Posted 29 days ago
stolen identities were used to submit a huge amount of comments, bot-generated comments with fake emails contributed too. Ars Technica recently reported on a study which revealed that only 17.4% of the comments were unique. The majority of the... Read more
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International Business Times
These Chrome and Firefox extensions can hijack browsers, spy on you and are almost impossible to remove avoid getting them. The best we can offer is to stay vigilant as you surf and u
International Business Times / Posted a month ago
avoid getting them. The best we can offer is to stay vigilant as you surf and use an adblocker." A Google spokeswoman told Ars Technica in a statement: "We've automatically removed Tiempo en colombia en vivo and Play Red Bull version 4 from the... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Cryptocurrency Investors Worry, Wait After Bitcoin Price Dropthat is bought and sold in exchanges internationally. "It's not based in dolla
KPBS San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
that is bought and sold in exchanges internationally. "It's not based in dollars," Timothy Lee, a senior reporter at Ars Technica, told NPR's Scott Simon. "Instead, it has its own currency, just called the bitcoin. And its value floats... Read more

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