957Any form of threatening, harassing, or violence / physical harm towards anyone will result in a ban
24Got a tech question or want to discuss tech? Weekly /r/Technology Tech Support / General Discussion Thread
5828American Cities Are Fighting Big Business Over Wireless Internet, and They’re Losing: “It’s often lost on the public just how badly they’re being screwed”
830Sea of solar panels turns Mexican desert green - Mexico's new solar park, the largest in Latin America, could help to power more than a million homes with renewable energy.
27588Apple will start paying $16 billion in back taxes to Ireland
119During Puerto Rico’s Blackout, Solar Microgrids Kept The Lights On: As the utility on the island continues to fail, new systems of renewables–installed after the storm–are showing what a more resilient grid could look like.
187Even Russian Seniors Are Setting Up VPNs After Putin Botches Internet Censorship
812.7 billion tweets confirm: echo chambers in Twitter are very real
41Drew Cloud who founded a website claiming "independent, authoritative news outlet" covering all things student loans has been outed as a fiction invented by a student-loan refinancing company
22611Electric Buses Are Hurting the Oil Industry
34No, Net Neutrality Isn't Officially Dead (Yet), And The FCC Is Stalling For A Reason
1462The Alaska State Senate has called on Congress to overturn the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality. Now demand that Sen. Murkowski do the same.
165Patent Troll That Sued EFF And Lost... Now Loses Its Bullshit Patent As Well
45Wanted at Chinese Start-Ups: Attractive Women to Ease Coders’ Stress
22Toyota put out software updates on hybrids to make them use more gas.
16Company formerly known as Yahoo to pay $35M over massive breach
18A One-Minute Attack Let Hackers Spoof Hotel Master Keys
277Google has more information on you than Facebook, but users and investors don't seem to mind
10To censor the internet, 10 countries use Canadian filtering technology, researchers say: A new Citizen Lab report says Netsweeper is being used to censor political critics, news, and LGBTQ+ resources
11Jeff Bezos at Berlin prize ceremony greeted by protests against Amazon - The billionaire businessman was in Germany to be honored by publisher Axel Springer for business innovation and social responsibility. But Amazon's European workers argue that the company's practices are the opposite.
10NSA encryption plan for ‘internet of things’ rejected by international body
119Supreme Court Upholds Patent Office Power to Invalidate Bad Patents
63E-waste recycler Eric Lundgren loses appeal on computer restore disks, must serve 15-month prison term
21New look Gmail launches today, adds new security features and borrows functionality from Google Inbox.
198iOS 11.3.1 Update fixes touchscreen issue caused by third-party screen repairs using counterfeit parts.
8Hotel door locks worldwide were vulnerable to hack.
4Researchers 3D prints plastic that folds itself into amazing shapes under heat
138Yahoo, now named Altaba, is fined $35 million over giant data breach
101Ajit Pai hasn’t finalized net neutrality repeal—here’s a theory on why: Pai's delayed repeal could let Congress pass weaker law while ISPs behave.
3Graphics card makers will be “forced to slash prices” after GPU shipments fall by 40%
96DOJ Investigating AT&T, Verizon for Making It Harder To Switch Wireless Carriers
6Hotel door locks worldwide were vulnerable to hack
5FCC’s net neutrality rules officially end, but 18 ISPs promise to stay honest
4TechCrunch Author Descriptions Have Been Compromised
5MIT researchers transform water into “calm computer interfaces”
6Comcast place £22bn takeover bid for British telecommunications company Sky
83Incompas, the industry association best known for representing competitive carriers, has filed suit in the U.S. Federal Court of Appeals challenging the FCC's rollback of net neutrality rules.
5Is Facebook replaceable? Tech investor launches bid to 'start the process
2Hackers built a "master key" for millions of hotel door locks
2Conputer Hardware etc. News
12Looks like Google is changing Android’s gun emoji into a water gun
11Instagram launches “Data Download” tool to let you leave