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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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Reddit’s The_Donald Was One Of The Biggest Havens For Russian Propaganda During 2016 Election, Analysis Finds
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Snapchat CEO doubles down on new Snapchat redesign, says complaints only 'validate' changes
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100% Renewable Electricity Worldwide Is A New Cost-Effective Reality
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D.C. has given Elon Musk a permit to do a little digging for the Hyperloop
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Internet rages after Google removes “view image” button, bowing to Getty - Getty drops lawsuit against Google in exchange for controversial image search changes.
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Getty Images Causes Google to Remove “View Image” Button from Search Results
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US government is 'exceptionally vulnerable' to cyberattacks, security expert says
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32 lawsuits filed against Intel over Spectre and Meltdown flaws
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Google Chrome to eradicate ads it deems annoying or otherwise detrimental to users such as ones that auto-play video with sound
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I'd like to formally propose "Moran's Paradox"
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A Russian troll factory had a $1.25 million monthly budget to interfere in the 2016 US election
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N.Y. judge says Charter must face lawsuit over slow internet
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Facebook told to stop tracking in Belgium
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FCC threatens arrest, hardware seizure for those using popular bitcoin miner
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System draws power from daily temperature swings - Technology developed at MIT can harness temperature fluctuations of many kinds to produce electricity
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Facebook says text spamming was a bug! Sorry we find it hard to believe that FB
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Atari stock jumps 52% on plans for nostalgia-backed cryptocurrencies
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To kill net neutrality, FCC might have to fight more than half of US states
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Amazon owns my Echo, I’m just feeding it
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Belgium wins trial against Facebook for violating privacy laws
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After cashiers, supermarket managers may be next to lose jobs as AI predicts what to stock
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Engineering against all odds, or how NYC’s subway will get wireless in the tunnels
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Meltdown-Spectre flaws: We've found new attack variants, say researchers
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Facebook and Twitter Are Too Big to Allow Fake Users
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Russian trolls stole real U.S. identities to fool Facebook and hide in plain sight.
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RightEye’s portable eye-tracking test catches concussions and reading problems in five minutes
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The False Teeth of Chrome's Ad Filter
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The Evolution of the American Tank
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'Parents killed it': why Facebook is losing its teenage users
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Did Russia Affect the 2016 Election? It’s Now Undeniable
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Who should buy a Ryzen APU, and who shouldn't
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Visa confirms Coinbase wasn't at fault for overcharging users
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LG G6 Successor ‘Judy’ With 6.1-Inch Display Debuting In June
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Microsoft Finally Documents the Limitations of Windows 10 on ARM
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This autonomous 3D scanner figures out where it needs to look
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How UK Spies Hacked a European Ally and Got Away With It
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Ajit Pai Being Investigated for Improper Coordination With Sinclair Broadcasting
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Outside China, WeChat is a fish out of water
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Pirates Crack Microsoft’s UWP Protection, Five Layers of DRM Defeated
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A Hacker Has Wiped a Spyware Company’s Servers—Again
2628 Noodz4Foodz God dammnit. It's gonna end up being Samuel Jackson behind it all trying to give out free SIM cards, we all know better now.
1236 hostile65 If he offers unlimited data at the bare minimum of 4g speeds at around 50 bucks with a portable hot spot he will wipe the market for most normal households. I am sure he might even get in on the telecom business and just do a Google Fi like setup. [Edit] With Elon I would not put it past him to have Tesla's having the receiver built in and acting as mobile hot spots. The latency will not be as good as ground based, but will be better than most people think. There is a lot of potential once some hurdles are overcome.
516 bmanny Whole new concept of everything being in the Cloud.
93 mcndjxlefnd Alright, SpaceX launch cadence is approaching continuity. Can't wait until Boca Chica is launching too.
1526 DicedPeppers >"This is intended to generate a significant amount of revenue, and help fund a city on Mars. So in looking in the long term, and saying what's needed to create a city on Mars, well, one thing's for sure: a lot of money. So we need things that will generate a lot of money." I love how money for money's sake isn't his goal. To him, money's only useful as far as it can 1) get people to use renewable energy 2) get people to Mars. Don't have enough money to get to Mars? I guess we'll have to do this thing that makes us a ton of money first before we get back to the real mission.
352 RadioRoscoe This article is kind of crappy because it leaves out a bunch of important info. Here is some additional: >SpaceX expects its own latencies to be between 25 and 35ms, similar to the latencies measured for wired Internet services. Current satellite ISPs have latencies of 600ms or more, according to FCC measurements.
127 BerZB I would pay out the nose for a decent connection, especially if it went with me.
469 Disutopia2050 I really hope this happens. Fuck Comcast!
541 lilypad360 I would pay more for space x internet if it meant supporting space x
281 epheterson I just realized that SpaceX can essentially send their satellites up for free, piggybacking on purchased flights that didn’t max the cargo limits. That’s a huge advantage over any other company in terms of cost to get their products in space. Incredible!
120 catharticwhoosh The problem with satellite internet providers today is the data caps. I had Hughesnet which advertised 40GB a month, so I got that. It turned out it was actually 20GB during the day and they expected you to do all your file downloads with the other 20GB in the middle of the night. This was in 2012. WTF? It wasn't like it was 1999. Buying more capacity was a regular thing and one month, because I wanted to download a couple of games, my bill was in the $400 range. Not having any internet left for the month after the first week or two was a regular thing. Elon hasn't been a dick so far, so I really, really hope he can put them out of business. I'll sign up to help.
56 youareawesome The incumbent internet companies have really no idea how much bad will they have built up over the years with their bullshit. SpaceX only has to offer a close to equivalent service to what the incumbents purport to offer and people will flock to spaceX in droves