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Just 20 percent of e-waste is being recycled

Each year, the world tosses a million tons of chargers alone.

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2 million people-and some dead ones-were impersonated in net neutrality comments

"My LATE husband‘s name was fraudulently used [in comment to FCC]."

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Dead people among millions impersonated in fake net neutrality comments

"My LATE husband‘s name was fraudulently used [in comment to FCC]."

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‘Suspicious‘ event routes traffic for big-name sites through Russia

Google, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft all affected by ‘intentional‘ BGP mishap.

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Elderly doctor can‘t get her medical license back, judge rules, again

Anna Konopka: ‘I will be going up to the end, if I win or I lose.‘

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SB WUZ HERE: Surgeon pleads guilty to burning initials into patients‘ organs

Dr. Simon Bramhall admitted to using argon beam to etch ‘SB‘ onto livers.

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Any lawful device: Revisiting Carterfone on the eve of the Net Neutrality vote

From the archives: An old FCC decision provides perspective for what the Commission is doing now.

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Any lawful device: Nearly 50 years after the Carterfone decision

From the archives: An old FCC decision provides perspective for today‘s net neutrality debate.

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Three men plead guilty to creating Mirai botnet [Updated]

Paras Jha and two other men also admit to being part of clickfraud operation.

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T-Mobile promises to end the ‘complete bulls-t‘ from TV companies in 2018

John Legere wants to give the cable companies a taste of the "Un-carrier" medicine.

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Computer science student pleads guilty to creating Mirai botnet

Meet Paras Jha, who was identified by KrebsOnSecurity back in January 2017.

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A Republican lawmaker urges FCC to delay net neutrality repeal vote

FCC should wait for Congress to create net neutrality law, Republican says.

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Even some Republican congresspeople oppose full net neutrality repeal

FCC should wait for Congress to create net neutrality law, Republican says.

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Ever wondered what 1975‘s The Star Wars would have looked like?

McQuarrie‘s concept art set the tone for Star Wars, now the DAVE School has brought it to life.

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Check out this awesome Ralph McQuarrie-inspired The Star Wars concept trailer

McQuarrie‘s concept art set the tone for Star Wars, now the DAVE School has brought it to life.

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Apple to give Finisar 390 million to increase TrueDepth camera tech production

The company produces special lasers the make features like FaceID happen.

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Apple invests 390M in Finisar, maker of tech used in TrueDepth cameras

The company produces special lasers the make features like FaceID happen.

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Video: See our full interview with NASA propulsion engineer Norman Chaffee

We talk to the man who made the engines that landed on the Moon.

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After 14 months, a new and improved New Shepard flies again

The capsule carried "Mannequin Skywalker," an instrumented test dummy.

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Everything you need to know about Apple‘s GymKit, now out in the US

Pair an Apple Watch with a treadmill, get better data.

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FDA is not cuckoo for Coco Loko, a chocolatey alternative to snorting cocaine

Regulators called it an unapproved drug and ordered immediate shut down of marketing.

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1998 attack that messes with sites‘ secret crypto keys is back in a big way

Sites vulnerable to newly revived ROBOT exploit included Facebook and PayPal.

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A worrying number of sites remain open to major crypto flaw from 1998

Sites vulnerable to newly revived ROBOT exploit included Facebook and PayPal.

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Patreon senior engineer: ‘We don‘t need‘ misbehaving CEOs

‘Bad actors‘ have had their time. ‘They‘re done. They can go.‘

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