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Sunday March 26, 2017. 01:00 PM
Opinion: Senator Orrin Hatch explains how the Supreme Court can put an end to patent trolling lawsuits. The post The Supreme Court Should Bring Sanity to Patent Law appeared first on WIRED.
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A slew of new technologies and filmmaking techniques put you in the action like never before. The post The Crazy New Camera Tech That Made Planet Earth 2 Possible appeared first on WIRED.
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The antifascist doxxing guru thinks hate should have consequences. But doxxing anyone is morally sticky. The post Meet Daryle Lamont Jenkins, Insatiable Doxxer of Fascists and Nazis appeared first on WIRED.
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Examine evolution over the course of years or centuries, and you'll find that it progresses much more quickly than it does over geologic time. What gives? The post Evolution Is Slower Than It Looks and Faster Than You Think appeared first on WIRED.
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There's a surprising prediction for the next 15 years from the world's second largest professional services firm. An anonymous reader quotes CNN: Millions of workers around the world are at risk of losing their jobs to robots -- but Americans should be particularly worried....
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Enlarge / It finally exists. (credit: Blizzard Entertainment) A long-rumored StarCraft remaster for computers was finally unveiled on Saturday by Blizzard Entertainment, set for launch in 'summer 2017.' No pricing info was announced, but Blizzard has confirmed quite a few...
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'Are you an urban police force thinking about how to control your fellow humans?' jokes Cory Doctorow. 'Look no farther! Your pals at Bozena have an all-new RIOT system, a crowd-control killdozer for all your protest-suppressing needs!' He's one of several web commentators...
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https://youtu.be/uZGFTmK6Yk4 It's no secret that Boing Boing (along with over 4 million other netizens) loves the Primitive Technology channel on YouTube. We've covered this channel numerous times (about a guy making primitive tech in the wilds of Far North Queensland,...
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'A week after Google apologized for running customers' advertisements alongside objectionable videos, triggering a change in policy, its YouTube site is still rife with examples that are angering more big advertisers and causing some to cut spending with the tech giant,'...
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This week SAS wrote that open source technology 'has its own, often unexpected costs,' recommending organizations maintain a balance of 60% proprietary software to 40% open software. An anonymous reader quotes InfoWorld: How they arrived at this bizarre conclusion is hard to ...
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Whether it's a rechargeable battery inside a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, here are a set of tips to help you get the most from it.
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Security experts pointed to numerous sensitive and personal files found on Microsoft's document sharing site, which lets users share documents publicly by default.
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America's largest ISP just rolled out a new service that allows small and medium-sized business owners 'to oversee their organization' with continuous video surveillance footage that's stored in the cloud -- allowing them to 'improve efficiency.' An anonymous reader quotes...
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Are you an urban police force thinking about how to control your fellow humans? Look no farther! Your pals at Bozena have an all-new RIOT system, a crowd-control killdozer for all your protest-suppressing needs! (more…)
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Saturday March 25, 2017. 11:34 PM
BrianFagioli writes: The final beta of Ubuntu 17.04 'Zesty Zapus' became available for download Thursday. While it is never a good idea to run pre-release software on production machines, Canonical is claiming that it should be largely bug free at this point. In other words, ...
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The AP reports that Jeremy Putnam, 31, was arrested in Winchester, Virginia, and charged with 'wearing a mask in public,' a felony in that state. He was armed with a 'sword' in public, which apparently alarmed residents. But they haven't charged him with that; they've...
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It was the first widely-adopted open source distributed computing platform. But some geeks running it are telling Datanami that Hadoop 'is great if you're a data scientist who knows how to code in MapReduce or Pig...but as you go higher up the stack, the abstraction layers...
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'Nobody wants their data spread far and wide,' write two associate editors at MIT Technology Review, 'but the FCC's rules were an inconsistent solution to a much larger problem.' An anonymous reader writes: They point out the rules passed in October 'weren't even yet in...
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'Given that the Uber vehicle has flipped onto its side it looks to be a high speed crash,' writes TechCrunch, though Business Insider reports that no one was seriously injured. An anonymous reader quotes their report: A self-driving Uber car was involved in an accident on...
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Humans are really, truly terrible drivers, and the robots Uber is racing to build could save a whole lot of lives. The post Uber's Self-Driving Crash Proves We Need Self-Driving Cars appeared first on WIRED.
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