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HardwareAMD Ryzen pricing: $500 for 8-core 1800X CPU, undercutting Intel by $600 (arstechnica.co.uk)
submitted 17 hours ago by lomoeffect
AdBlock WARNINGReddit is Being Manipulated By Big Financial Services Companies (forbes.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by skoalbrother
Uber driver: company isn’t paying the full 80% of a fare that I’m owed (arstechnica.com)
submitted 21 hours ago by grepnork
EU still unhappy with Windows 10 data collection, despite changes (digitaltrends.com)
submitted 1 day ago by OMG__Ponies
AIAI learns to write its own code by stealing from other programs - "Created by researchers at Microsoft and the University of Cambridge, the system, called DeepCoder" (newscientist.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by mvea
EnergyTesla is planning at least three more Gigafactory locations (theverge.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by ZoneRangerMC
SpaceNASA's Big Announcement: 7 Earth-Like Planets Orbit One Nearby Star (popularmechanics.com)
submitted 12 hours ago by justinucd
BusinessTesla is considering building up to 5 Gigafactories (businessinsider.sg)
submitted 6 hours ago by psychoclownbaby
RoboticsThe American Farm Is Poised To Become Ground Zero For Automation - "By processing cow manure to remove a methane in a liquid form, some companies can power even high performance technology with “biomethane” fuel." (inverse.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by mvea
Net NeutralityIf New FCC Boss Ajit Pai Is So 'Pro Consumer,' Why Does The Telecom Industry Need To Pay People To Say So? (techdirt.com)
submitted 14 hours ago by maxwellhill
WirelessGoogle Fiber makes expansion plans for $60 wireless gigabit service (arstechnica.com)
submitted 14 hours ago by ZoneRangerMC
SecurityFor the first time ever, a majority of web traffic is encrypted. (eff.org)
submitted 1 day ago by theZcuber
BusinessBroadband companies can’t build out their networks, and it's hurting consumers (yahoo.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by Angelcarlos58
SecurityHow Peter Thiel’s Palantir Helped the NSA Spy on the Whole World (theintercept.com)
submitted 18 hours ago by dnivi3
SecurityGoogle and Mozilla's message to AV and security firms: Stop trashing HTTPS. Researchers call out antivirus and security appliance vendors for dangerous SSL inspection practices. (zdnet.com)
submitted 1 day ago by speckz
HardwareSony's SF-G UHS-II SD card can read / write speeds of 300MB/s and 299 MB/s, making it the world’s fastest SD card (theverge.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by gazil9
AIIBM’s Watson proves useful at fighting cancer—except in Texas. Despite early success, MD Anderson ignored IT, broke protocols, spent millions. (arstechnica.com)
BusinessArtificial Intelligence is Going to Destroy Fake News (inverse.com)
submitted 11 hours ago by profcyclist
SpaceNASA’s longshot bet on a revolutionary plasma rocket may be about to pay off (arstechnica.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by Philo1927
NetworkingCogent Accidentally Blocks Websites In Global Ham-Fisted Piracy Filtering Effort (techdirt.com)
submitted 18 hours ago by speckz
WirelessDisney creates wireless power source, able to charge a mobile phone anywhere in a room (insidethemagic.net)
submitted 1 day ago by OneOfALifetime
SecurityFewer Than One-Fourth Of Cybersecurity Job Candidates Are Qualified (darkreading.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by wewewawa
SoftwareAlphabet’s squaring up to Uber with the expansion of its ride-sharing app (technologyreview.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by Bemuzed
WirelessIntel and Qualcomm are steadily gearing up for 5G (engadget.com)
submitted 16 hours ago by rl_lucian
BusinessStartup Grind's global conference live stream (live.startupgrind.com)
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