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Facebook revamps political-ad rules after discovering Russian ad buys

Shadowy Russian group spent 100,000 on political ads during the 2016 election.

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SEC Chairman reveals financial reporting system was hacked

EDGAR system data may have been used for ‘illicit gain through trading.‘

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Facebook revamps political ad rules after discovering Russian ad buys

Shadowy Russian group spent 100,000 on political ads during the 2016 election.

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Project Cars 2 reviewed: it‘s good, but don‘t expect it to be easy

Great car and track selection, amazing VR experience, but a steep learning curve.

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At 50 tons and 700 kilowatt-hours, this truck is the biggest EV in the world

Each round trip will generate 10kWh of spare electricity for the grid.

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This cement quarry dump truck will be the world‘s biggest electric vehicle

Each round trip will generate 10kWh of spare electricity for the grid.

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There cannot be two kinds of medicine: EU scientists shred homeopathy, alt med

‘There is only medicine that has been adequately tested and medicine that has not...‘

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EU scientists trash homeopathy, throw shade at ‘alternative‘ medicines

‘There is only medicine that has been adequately tested and medicine that has not...‘

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Razer plans to release a mobile gaming and entertainment device soon

The company also says that entertainment is a big part of its future.

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If Bill Gates really thinks ctrl-alt-del was a mistake, he should have fixed it himself

You can‘t pin the blame for this one on IBM.

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Ajit Pai‘s plan to lower broadband standards is ‘crazy,‘ FCC Democrat says

"This is crazy. Lowering standards doesn‘t solve our broadband problems."

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Mod that adds online play to Super Mario 64 draws Nintendo‘s ire

ROM hack is still available online despite YouTube and Patreon takedowns.

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Lidar tells distance, radar tells velocity, this new sensor aims to do both

A new sensor startup has just come out of stealth mode.

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Lidar tells distance, radar tells velocity, this new sensor does both

A new sensor startup has just come out of stealth mode.

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Startup touts sensor that offers the best of lidar and radar

A new sensor startup has just come out of stealth mode.

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‘Comic-Con‘ trademark may have to activate superpowers to survive attack

Epic intellectual property battle: San Diego Comic-Con versus Sal Lake Comic Con.

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Report: Tesla snubbing Nvidia, developing its own self-driving chip

Tesla‘s obsession with building components in-house extends to AI chips.

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Stingray surveillance ends with cop shooter getting 33 years in prison

‘As I get older, I think more about what‘s going to happen to my soul when I die.‘

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Science-in-progress: Did the Bullet Cluster withstand scrutiny?

The bullet cluster made dark matter apparent: Has it stood the test of time?

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Uber really doesn‘t want its drivers to be considered employees

O‘Connor v. Uber one of 11 cases heard together at 9th Circuit.

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Google/HTC deal is official, Google to acquire part of HTC‘s smartphone team

The deal means HTC will still exist, while Google beefs up its hardware team.

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Some iOS 11 issues show early adoption pitfalls, others are just growing pains

iOS 11 has some bugs to be fixed, but a mature platform has longer term problems.

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Microsoft: Windows getting more stable, faster, and lasting longer on battery

Even as Windows 10 users grow, support calls are declining.

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Massive Equifax hack reportedly started 4 months before it was detected

Attackers likely spent months escalating their intrusion into Equifax‘s network.

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