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Apple‘s WWDC 2019 keynote will detail iOS 13, macOS 10.15, and more on June 3

The event usually focuses on software, but Mac Pro rumors abound.

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Apple‘s WWDC 2019 ‘special event‘ will take place on June 3

The event usually focuses on software, but Mac Pro rumors abound.

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Mario Kart Tour beta hands-on: Microtransactions land like a nasty blue shell

The actual gameplay has some polish. Everything else in this Android beta stinks.

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WannaCry? Hundreds of US schools still haven‘t patched servers [Updated]

A dive into vulnerability data shows even big districts‘ servers still offering up SMB v. 1.

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Seattle makes history with electric garbage truck

Recology has taken delivery of its first BYD 8R rear-loading class 8 garbage truck.

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T-Mobile/Sprint merger faces big trouble at DOJ despite FCC approval

DOJ staff recommend filing lawsuit to block merger, Reuters reports.

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WannaCry? Hundreds of US schools still haven‘t patched servers (Updated)

A dive into vulnerability data shows even big districts‘ servers still offering up SMB v. 1.

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Superconductivity reported at the temperature of a good freezer

The catch? You need about a million atmospheres of pressure.

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ARM is the latest partner to shun Huawei, so how will it design chips?

UK chip designer cites ‘US origin technology" as a reason to cut ties with Huawei.

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Softbank‘s ARM cuts ties with Huawei, leaving future chip production in doubt

UK chip designer cites ‘US origin technology" as a reason to cut ties with Huawei.

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Consumer Reports: Latest Autopilot ‘far less competent than a human‘

Automatic lane-change feature cuts drivers off, break Connecticut law, CR finds.

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Belgian loot box decision takes down some of Nintendo‘s mobile games

Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem will be removed from the country in August.

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T-Mobile/Sprint merger faces big trouble at DOJ, despite FCC approval

DOJ staff recommend filing lawsuit to block merger, Reuters reports.

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Nintendo removing mobile games in Belgium over loot box concerns

Animal Cross and Fire Emblem will be removed from the country in August.

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Democratic Party‘s network security still lags behind GOP, researchers find

Personal data leaks, poor protection of logins and other gaps still leave major parties vulnerable.

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US political parties are better at security, but still have problems

Personal data leaks, poor protection of logins and other gaps still leave major parties vulnerable.

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Android at I/O 2019: The Project Mainline update system and other highlights

Get ready for a dual-booting, even more modularized Android system.

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Digging into Android Q Beta 3: Better gesture nav, a new update system, and more

Get ready for a dual-booting, even more modularized Android system.

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An exhaustive look at Oculus Quest‘s first day of great, wireless VR software

Or, how an incredible launch slate turned Quest into my daily VR system of choice.

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Oculus Quest: The 14 launch-day games that prove its wireless VR potential

Or, how an incredible launch slate turned Quest into my daily VR system of choice.

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‘Quacks‘ blamed for HIV outbreak that infected hundreds of kids

Local health officials say cheap charlatans are likely using contaminated equipment.

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WannaCry? Hundreds of US schools still haven‘t patched servers

A dive into vulnerability data shows even big districts‘ servers still offering up SMB v. 1.

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Two years after WannaCry, US schools still vulnerable to EternalBlue

A dive into vulnerability data shows even big districts‘ servers still offering up SMB v. 1.

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Cable TV customer satisfaction falls even further behind streaming video

Pay-TV again ranks last in customer satisfaction among all US industries.

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