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Verizon Throttles Netflix Subscribers In 'Test' It Doesn't Inform Customers About
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Internet fact checker Snopes.com cut off from website control and ad revenue by web host
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Russia moves closer to banning the use of proxies and VPNs
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Sprint Opens a Completely Fake Store Just to Mock Verizon: For one day - to simply sell products for twice what they're actually worth as part of an effort to make fun of Verizon's long-standing refusal to more seriously compete on price.
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Microsoft is planning to kill off Paint after 32 years
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Sweden Accidentally Leaks Personal Details of Nearly All Citizens
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Billionaires make it rain on Plenty, the indoor farming startup - "vertical indoor farms, which can produce crops at yields 530 times greater than that of a typical field."
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Senator blasts FCC for refusing to provide DDoS analysis. FCC is either too secretive or is unprepared for future attacks, senator says.
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Why failing to protect net neutrality would crush the US's digital startups
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How Amazon uses "surge pricing," just like Uber
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Kansas Database Hack Exposed 5.5 Million SSNs
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Jared Kushner's Senate Testimony May Forget Russia Meetings, But the FBI Would Remember
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45,000 Facebook Users Leave One-Star Ratings After Hacker's Unjust Arrest
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Lyft plans to launch self-driving car rides by the end of this year
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Game of Thrones season 7: More people watch premiere illegally in UK and US than legally
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Windows 10 is making too many PCs obsolete
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First ever autonomous ship will be launched next year
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The inside story of how Netflix came to pay Comcast for internet traffic
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Warehouse Picking Bots Could Soon Replace Expensive Humans - "Picking is the biggest labor cost in most e-commerce distribution centers, and among the least automated. Swapping in robots could cut the labor cost of fulfilling online orders by a fifth"
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Wisconsin Company To Implant Microchips In Employees
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A 'Locked' Smart Gun Can Be Fired By Anyone With $15 Wort of Magnets
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Alphabet appoints Google CEO Pichai to board
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HoloLens 2 will have a custom AI chip designed by Microsoft
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Trump’s Special Ops Pick Says Terror Drones Might Soon Reach the US from Africa. How Worried Should We Be? - Defense One
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Chattanooga Has Its Own Broadband—Why Doesn’t Every City?
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Google, Facebook, Amazon and Microsoft stand up with Apple against Qualcomm
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Artificial intelligence helps stroke patients walk again
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Alphabet profit slumps on record $2.7 billion EU fine
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Tiny robots swim the front crawl through your veins - "Each nano-swimmer is 5 micrometres long and has three main parts"
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World's first floating wind farm emerges off coast of Scotland - "The revolutionary technology will allow wind power to be harvested in waters too deep for the current conventional bottom-standing turbines used."
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Senator blasts FCC for refusing to provide DDoS analysis
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Scotland sets renewable energy record as wind power provides equivalent of 118% of nation's electricity - In the first six months of 2017 enough power was generated to supply more than all of Scotland's national demand for six days
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Zuckerberg Blasts Musk Warnings Against Artificial Intelligence As 'Pretty Irresponsible'
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Facebook Files Patent That Takes Secret Photos To Detect Your Emotions
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Windows 10 features on the cutting board, including paint
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Bikes May Require Special Data Streams For Self-Driving Cars
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Ex-Amazon and Microsoft employees launching business-focused digital assistant ‘Roxy’
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'Clean cars' will save us from climate change deniers - The world is turning to clean energy and so is the car industry
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ShieldFS Is a Clever New Tool That Shuts Down Ransomware Before It's Too Late
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Windows 10 and a bump in the road to Windows as a Service

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