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Congress is holding hearings today on SESTA, a bill that poses a major threat to sites like reddit that host user-generated content
Some brave soul volunteered for a completely robotic dental surgery. The robot implanted 3D-printed teeth into a woman without help from dentists.
Trump's job-killing plan to kneecap the solar industry
FCC Commish: Agency's Plan to Lower Broadband Standards 'Crazy'
Tesla wants to turn some of its Supercharger stations into convenience stores.
NBD: Adobe just dumped its PRIVATE PGP key on the internet
The pirate site for scholarly literature, Sci-Hub, is ignoring lawsuits from publishers, including a court order to pay Elsevier millions of dollars in damages.
Passwords For 540,000 Car Tracking Devices Leaked Online
Equifax mistakenly told consumers worried about its data breach to go to a spoof site
Corrupt state politicians have been passing laws on behalf of power companies to prevent citizens from using solar technology. We need federal protection, we need: THE SOLAR FREEDOM ACT
A Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Remains a Very Bad Deal for Consumers
Why Equifax Still Gets An “A” Rating From The Better Business Bureau - The consumer-protection group says Equifax was a “victim” of the data hack, just like consumers.
Court rules Stingray use without a warrant violates Fourth Amendment
Your Internet isn’t getting any faster, but the government might soon call it ‘high-speed' anyway
Android's 'Check for Update' Button Now “Actually Works”
Electronic Frontier Foundation and ACLU Sue Over Warrantless Phone, Laptop Searches at US Border
Elon Musk’s Solar Partnership Strategy Doesn't Look So Crazy Anymore
Engineers Have Found a Way to 3D Print Super Strong Aluminum
Adobe Security Response Team posts Adobe's private PGP key on their public blog
FCC Sued For Ignoring FOIA Request Investigating Fraudulent Net Neutrality Comments
Breakthrough ultra-light aluminium could revolutionise air industry
At 50 tons and 700 kilowatt-hours, this truck is the biggest EV in the world: Each round trip will generate 10kWh of spare electricity for the grid.
Amazon looks to deliver Shake Shack, Chipotle amid food push.
Verizon says it won't boot rural first responders in 13 states; affected customers now have until December 1 to find new service.
Facebook Sued for age discrimination of employee.
Verizon backtracks—but only slightly—in plan to kick customers off network.
Netflix adds HDR support on iOS for iPhone 8, iPhone X and 2017 iPad Pro
Your Internet isn’t getting any faster, but the government might soon call it ‘high-speed’ anyway
Uber will not have its operating licence renewed in London, say TFL
International Trade Commission ruling sets stage for Trump to impose tariffs on solar imports
Virtual Reality Stimulations Help Anxiety Sufferers Combat Their Fears
Leaked benchmarks hint at the power of AMD’s Ryzen processors for laptops
Nielsen sues ComScore to block new TV Audience measurement service.
Microsoft's subsea speed monster: A cable 16 million times faster than your broadband
Roku is building its own anti-piracy team.
D.C. court rules tracking phones without a warrant is unconstitutional
For the Love of All That Is Holy, Stop Using Pattern Unlock
FCC rule change says you have fast internet — but you don’t: If the FCC does change the definition, the speed of broadband internet will drop from 25 mbps download/5 mbps upload speeds to 10/1 respectively.
The Alt-Right’s Favorite Social Network Has a Point About Google
WeChat confirms that it makes all private user data available to the Chinese government
Construction of the new high-capacity transatlantic cable landing on the shores of US and Spain funded by Facebook, Microsoft, and Telxius, subsidiary of the Spanish telecommunications giant Telefónica, has been completed, the companies announced Friday morning.