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» Ophelia Became a Major Hurricane Where No Storm Had Before
» Google Photos Now Recognizes Your Pets
» Netflix Adds 5.3 Million Subs In Q3, Beating Forecasts
» Microsoft's Fall Update With Redesigned Xbox Dashboard Is Now Available To All
» Every Patch For 'KRACK' Wi-Fi Vulnerability Available Right Now
» Ask Slashdot: What Are Some Hard Truths IT Must Learn To Accept?
» Apple To Appeal Five-Year-Long Patent Battle After $439.7 Million Loss
» Kaspersky Lab Finds Flash Vulnerability Through Microsoft Word
» eBay Launches Authentication Service To Combat Counterfeit High-End Goods
» EPA Says Higher Radiation Levels Pose 'No Harmful Health Effect'
» Google Chrome for Windows Gets Basic Antivirus Features
» Leave It To the Heat to Dull Autumn's Glory
» Millions of High-Security Crypto Keys Crippled by Newly Discovered Flaw
» Astronomers Strike Gravitational Gold In Colliding Neutron Stars
» Microsoft Has Already Fixed the Wi-Fi Attack Vulnerability; Android Will Be Patched Within Weeks

Ars Technica
» Full scale of Apple’s patent loss to VirnetX is now clear: $440 million
» Judge throws out Allergan patent, slams company’s Native American deal
» Black members of Congress push for more diversity in Silicon Valley hires
» Federal watchdog tells Equifax—no $7.25 million IRS contract for you
» More than 4,000MW of coal power slated for retirement in Texas. But why?
» FCC’s DDoS claims will be investigated by government
» Fall Update for Xbox One aims to look better, be more customizable, and faster
» Bay Area: Join us 10/18 to talk to co-writer of Star Wars: Rogue One
» Desktop Outlook will get a redesign with the biggest changes happening on Macs
» The search for painless Internet privacy gets another boost with InvizBox 2
» The Evil Within 2 review: Open-ended fright
» First iPhone X batch reportedly only contains 46,500 units
» London’s sky turns red Monday, but we can’t blame pollution
» How the KRACK attack destroys nearly all Wi-Fi security
» Supreme Court refuses to hear case questioning Google’s trademark