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Apple releases a tiny iOS update in 12.1.2, fixing connectivity bugs
iOS 12.1.2 is just for iPhones, it seems.
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T-Mobile denies lying to FCC about size of its 4G network
T-Mobile says it provided accurate network information to FCC.
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Phase-change memory built from layers of atomically thin materials
Two ways to switch tiny patches of a material from semiconducting to metallic.
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Google Chrome wants to stop back-button hijacking
Chrome's back button will skip those shady redirects, actually go back.
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Kroger-owned grocery store begins fully driverless deliveries
Road-legal delivery vehicles don't even have space for a human driver.
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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina wishes you a spooky winter solstice
Netflix horror series' strong first season rewarded with sixteen new episodes.
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Man sues feds after being detained for refusing to unlock his phone at airport
"Please call a lawyer for me!" Haisam Elsharkawi shouted at LAX while being detained.
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SpaceX raising $500 million to help build satellite broadband network
SpaceX raising cash after getting approval to launch up to 11,943 satellites.
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Video: Total War: Rome II devs built all of Europe—and the AI ignored most of it
Continuing "War Stories," a series on challenges that almost derailed a game's development.
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Charter users who didn’t get promised speeds will get $75 or $150 refunds
Charter settles speed fraud lawsuit, will refund 700,000 customers in NY.
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Day of launch turns into day of scrub. Wednesday, however, looks promising
Four launches are possible from the Americas, and one from India.
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How computers got shockingly good at recognizing images
A landmark 2012 paper transformed how software recognizes images.
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The Web now belongs to Google, and that should worry us all
Analysis: Microsoft adopting Chromium puts the Web in a perilous place.
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Senate committee report details how Russians boosted Trump across all social media
Data shows messages tuned to support Trump, discourage opposition.
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FCC forces California to drop plan for government fees on text messages
FCC said texts aren't telecommunications, causing California to ditch fee plan.
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Conservation of energy used to parallelize quantum key distribution
Entangled photons provide key, conservation of energy provides address.
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Dealmaster: Take 24% off the latest 9.7-inch Apple iPad
Plus deals on Roku TVs, Switch games, and Bose noise-cancelling headphones.
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Genetic information as self-fulfilling prophecy
DNA test results can spur relevant physiological changes, even if they're made up.
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Archaeologists reconstruct pre-Columbian temple with 3D-printed blocks
Centuries of looting had completely demolished the structure.
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Sony inadvertently leaks player counts for PS4 titles
Personalized PSN videos and trophy data combine for massive data dump.
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Google announces major expansion in New York City
Google to double its NYC presence—already the biggest outside the SF Bay Area.
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An early Christmas for rocket fanatics: Three big launches on Tuesday
SpaceX, Arianespace, and United Launch Alliance all are on the docket.
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Apple to bring Charlie Brown and the Peanuts to its streaming service
STEM content with astronaut Snoopy will be an Apple exclusive.
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