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Any form of threatening, harassing, or violence / physical harm towards anyone will result in a ban
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Got a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread
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Trump Wants to Cut Funding for Clean Energy Research In Half - Meanwhile, China, India and the European Union aim to double funding for clean energy R&D.
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Man sues Microsoft seeking new copy of Windows 7 after forced Windows 10 upgrade
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U.S. Copyright Office considering exemption for abandoned online games
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Falcon Heavy May Have Drastically Increased The Number Of Asteroids We Can Mine
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Google discloses Microsoft Edge security flaw before a patch is ready. Microsoft probably won’t be happy, again
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Popular Flight Simulator company stealing Chrome passwords for "anti-piracy measures"
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It's past time to end the debate on whether video games trigger real-world violence. There is no evidence to support these claims that violent media and real-world violence are connected.
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The More Gender Equality, the Fewer Women in STEM A new study explores a strange paradox: In countries that empower women, they are less likely to choose math and science professions.
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I just realize cellphone and internet service in US are much worse than Vietnam
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Exclusive: Amazon paid $90 million for camera maker's chip technology
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Why even a moth’s brain is smarter than an AI: A neural network that simulates the way moths recognize odors also shows how they learn so much faster than machines
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Flight-sim devs say hidden password-dump tool was used to fight pirates
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Tim Armstrong: People need to vote on net neutrality
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Two US grocery chains are on the verge of bankruptcy as Amazon moves in
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Connected Cars Will Run on Your Personal Data - US privacy laws aren’t keeping up.
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Windows Phone 7 and 8.0 devices will no longer receive push notifications
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Fake news is an existential crisis for social media
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Facebook has a Big Tobacco Problem - Facebook’s problems are more than a temporary bad PR issue. Its behavior contributes to a growing negative view of the entire tech industry.
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'Slippery slope': Opposition mounts to Canadian media's plan to block piracy websites - Critics fear the plan could lead to rampant internet censorship
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Wikipedia Zero, Which Provided Over 800 Million Users in 72 Countries With Access to Wikipedia at No Data Cost, is Being Discontinued
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Here’s a beautiful map of 1 billion Shazams
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Samsung patents a flying display that’s controlled by your eyes
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Trump directs $200 million to tech education for women and minorities
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A solar panel on every roof in the US? Here are the numbers: Estimate shows rooftop solar could produce almost 40 percent of our electricity.
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Cyberattacks are the single greatest threat to global stability, German defense minister says - Recent cyberattacks have shown that sensitive and personal data have become the target to destabilize companies and governments worldwide.
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Congress sets sights on federal cryptocurrency rules
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Australia's first large scale solar + storage plant connected to grid
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New sensor tech for commercial Lithium-ion batteries finds they can be charged 5 times faster
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Elon Musk is one step closer to his Hyperloop
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How Apple is paving the way to a ‘cloud dictatorship’ in China
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The CIA secret on the ocean floor
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Clapper Calls Facebook Official's Post That Trump Touted 'False'
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The Ongoing Battle Between Quantum and Classical Computers
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Michael Arrington writes the truth about Techchrunch and its cofoundet
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NASA’s Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite Arrives At Kennedy Space Center For Launch
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Robotaxi permit gets Arizona's OK; Waymo will start service in 2018
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German carmakers in a spin ahead of diesel ban ruling
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VW’s new concept is a fully self-driving car with no steering wheel
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New 3D compression technology allows streaming of 3D video over consumer networks
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The update for iOS and Mac removes the text bomb that crashes the peripherals
44 DaMan11 So they're telling these lies to law makers trying to get them to vote against it...do the lawmakers just not read what they're voting on?
25 RobbieTucker_ You wanna know another lie? My ISP is telling me my area and house only gets 6mbps max download. Which is utter bull. My internet spikes sometimes to above 20mbps for sometimes a solid 10 minutes, and then goes back down. So stupid.. I pay for 45.. only getting 6.. smh
19 NostalgiaSchmaltz >A.B. 375 Will Lead to Pop-Ups What the fuck. This really was written by a bunch of internet-illiterate old people, wasn't it? Pop-ups haven't been an issue since, like...2004. Literally every browser blocks most/all pop-up windows by default.
13 morebettah These are not the only lies - larger ISPs are doing their best to push through bills in CA right now that do nothing but hurt consumers, especially those in rural communities that are already severely underserved. It's a sham. For example AB 1665 would add $300 million to the California Advanced Services Fund (CASF) for broadband infrastructure grants, BUT it would change the rules of the program so that AT&T and Frontier Communications go to the head of the line when the money is handed out, as well as allowing them the privilege of blocking independent broadband projects that threaten their rural monopolies. Assembly bill 1665 started out as a telco-centric bill, and subsequent amendments,have made it even more one-sided – in most areas of the state, it will be impossible for independent broadband projects to qualify for support from the California Advanced Services Fund (CASF). Two assembly members have taken their names off of the bill. Mark Stone (D – Santa Cruz) and Marc Levine (D – San Rafael) were co-authors, but they both withdrew their support as the gifts to telephone and cable companies became more blatant and local opposition grew in their districts. More info: http://www.tellusventure.com/blog/ The bill as it is currently written: http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billNavClient.xhtml?bill_id=201720180AB1665 PDF version: http://docdro.id/lzauvGr
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5 CommanderMcBragg And condoms cause AIDS and tobacco helps people live longer happier lives.
3 winterradio To be mentioned, don't bother calling the provided link unless you live in California. Also, the judges, legislators in charge should defer to an adjudicate court more experienced with technology issues. Just as the Supreme Court, Appeals Court and issues beyond the purview of sitting judges.
3 deftware For how far we've come we sure have been going nowhere fast the last 10 years.
2 masterchifchaf I don't understand this title. More punctuation and less capital letters needed
1 ShadowLiberal The fact that they feel the need to lobby against it shows exactly why it's needed.