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Netflix and other online video are killing cable in customer satisfaction

Cable and broadband companies are still widely hated by US customers.

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Streaming video trounces cable TV in customer-satisfaction ratings

Cable and broadband companies are still widely hated by US customers.

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Navy‘s F-35 doesn‘t have range for real stealth strikes, House report says

Risks to carriers, absence of stealth tankers puts "necessary targets" out of reach.

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‘Like slavery‘: Rehab patients forced into unpaid labor to cover ‘treatment‘

Untrained rehab patients worked in adult care homes to pay for "treatment."

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Waiting for cheaper renewables can cost more in the long run

If your aim is to cut emissions, aggressive investments now are the way to go.

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Watch live: A SpaceX launch for two customers, and maybe a fairing recovery

The company will also make another attempt to recover a payload fairing.

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Dealmaster: Get a Samsung Gear VR headset for 30

Plus deals on gaming laptops, portable batteries, Sonos speakers, and more.

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Musk: Shipping base-price Model 3 at this point would cause Tesla to lose money

New setbacks after company announces 78,000 performance Model 3.

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New speculative-execution vulnerability strikes AMD, ARM, and Intel

Fortunately, existing fixes should provide the protection we need.

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Video: Forcing more children to figure out more ‘80s technology

They do pretty darn good, considering none seem to know what a cassette tape is.

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Trump feels presidential smartphone security is ‘too inconvenient‘

Report: President Trump clings to his Twitter phone, reluctant to allow security checks.

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State of Decay 2 review: Shambling toward nothing

Zombies aren‘t as dangerous as glitches in this post-apocalyptic base manager.

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Comcast bug made it shockingly easy to steal customers‘ Wi-Fi passwords

Activation site leaked passwords in plain text to anyone with an account number.

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Razer slims down Blade, debuts macOS-compatible eGPU enclosure

The new Blade with a 15-inch display, Max-Q graphics, and more starts at 1,899.

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Days Gone world premiere hands-on: Have you played a zombie game before?

We wanted more from our skin-deep look at this PS4-exclusive zombie-biker game.

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Has Amazon stepped up to save The Expanse from cancellation?

Jeff Bezos‘ team is in talks to rescue the recently cancelled space opera.

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The SpaceX rocket used for the ill-fated Zuma mission to fly again today

The company will also make another attempt to recover a payload fairing.

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The Rocket Report newsletter launches on Thursday

The launch industry is booming. We want to cover it better.

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T-Mobile should stop claiming it has ‘Best Unlimited Network,‘ ad group says

T-Mobile won speed tests but didn‘t prove it had best coverage and reliability.

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Vaccination method that wiped out smallpox gets unleashed today on Ebola

As Ebola outbreak flares, experimental vaccine gets trial by fire.

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Analysis: Player interest in Call of Duty‘s campaigns is cratering

Under 10 percent of PC/Xbox players finished Black Ops 3‘s single-player story.

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2,000 years ago in Denmark, a fierce battle left dozens dead

Months after the battle, people ritually damaged remains and put them under water.

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One hundred meeeeellion dollars: Epic dumps serious cash into Fortnite esports

One year‘s prize pool matches nearly five years of Dota 2 tournament cash.

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FCC is hurting consumers to help corporations, Mignon Clyburn says on exit

Broadband regulators should actually regulate broadband, ex-FCC official says.

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