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E-commerce site is infected not by one, but two card skimmers

Rival crime gangs race against each other to steal consumers‘ personal data.

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Sign of the times: Payment card skimmers go head to head on e-commerce site

Rival crime gangs race against each other to steal consumers‘ personal data.

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NASA concerned about culture of ‘inappropriateness‘ at SpaceX

Agency will continue to rely on Russian Soyuz vehicles while reviews take place.

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Ajit Pai wants to raise rural broadband speeds from 10Mbps to 25Mbps

FCC-funded rural broadband currently requires download speed of just 10Mbps.

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NASA plans ‘invasive‘ review of SpaceX after Musk smoked weed

Agency will continue to rely on Russian Soyuz vehicles while reviews take place.

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Israeli tomb contains a tasty surprise: Vanilla extract

You may call vanilla a boring flavor, but its history just got more interesting.

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Hacker Ben Heck is back to fix the flawed Neo-Geo Mini

Good news if you like it: "Maybe a PCB kit could be made," Heck tells Ars.

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Chinese customers hate ‘new car smell,‘ so Ford files a patent to bake it out

A premium smell to one country is a disgusting distraction to another.

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Report: Uber self-driving team was preparing for CEO demo before fatal crash

Engineers were reportedly encouraged to limit "bad experiences" to one per trip.

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Scientists spot two massive stars creating a pinwheel of dust

A massive star is ejecting material at two different speeds as it spins rapidly.

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Ivanka Trump used personal email for official White House business

Donald Trump savaged Hillary Clinton for using a personal email account in 2016.

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Video: How an 11th-hour decision made Aliens versus Predator a classic

We get to the chopper-and the details-with AvP lead artist and producer Tim Jones.

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Ukraine detects new Pterodo backdoor malware, warns of Russian cyberattack

Revived Gamaredon threat group just part of wave of new attacks tied to Russia‘s FSB.

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Samsung reportedly planning five flagship phone models for early 2019

With sales declining, Samsung isn‘t putting all of its eggs in one basket.

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Amazon trying to buy 22 cable TV sports channels, including Yankees network

Disney must sell sports networks after buying Fox, and Amazon is bidding.

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Now it‘s Office‘s turn to have a load of patches pulled

Two patches pulled altogether; another is known to cause crashes but should be used anyway.

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What is going on with SpaceX and all these Big Falcon Rocket changes?

"New design is very exciting! Delightfully counter-intuitive."

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Valve quietly discontinues Steam Link hardware production

Remaining stock is sold out in Europe, "almost sold out in the US."

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Hang on to your magical tridents, the final Aquaman trailer is here

But if you‘re skeptical about the film, there‘s not much here to change your mind.

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Hang onto your magical tridents, the final Aquaman trailer is here

But if you‘re skeptical about the film, there‘s not much here to change your mind.

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Charter, Comcast don‘t have 1st Amendment right to discriminate, court rules

Byron Allen‘s multi-billion dollar suits against Charter and Comcast can proceed.

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Charter and Comcast don‘t have 1st Amendment right to discriminate, court rules

Byron Allen‘s 10 billion lawsuit against Charter can proceed after ruling.

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Russia‘s Cozy Bear comes out of hiding with post-election spear-phishing blitz

Emails that seem eerily familiar masquerade as US State Department.

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Russian hackers suspected of launching post-election spear-phishing party

Emails that seem eerily familiar masquerade as US State Department.

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