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iOS 13 will remind you to cancel your subscription when you delete an app
The feature is included in the latest beta release of iOS 13.
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New vulnerabilities may let hackers remotely SACK Linux and FreeBSD systems
Nexflix researchers discovered 4 flaws that could wreak havoc in data centers.
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Neo-Nazi who shared mosque shooting video gets 21 months in N.Z. prison
Sharing the video is illegal in N.Z. and "encourages mass murder," judge says.
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Dealmaster: Get a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller for $50
Plus last call on Nintendo's E3 sale, a Lenovo ThinkPad laptop deal, and more.
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More electric car charging networks link up with roaming agreements
More companies sign bilateral agreements, but there's an even better solution out there.
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Google’s ninth attempt at a messaging service will be based on RCS
Google's RCS service will launch in the UK and France later this month.
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Ars on your lunch break: the fate we might be making for ourselves
Because it's not a talk about the future if we don't mention Skynet at least once.
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What happens if we engineer a superbug, and the lab gets hacked?
Come listen to a TED talk and then discuss the darker side of synthetic biology.
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Facebook launches cryptocurrency with Visa, MasterCard, Uber, and others
Facebook plans to bring payments to Whatsapp and Messenger in 2020.
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Russian space chief moves to control information about satellite program
Information about satellite health will now be "For Official Use Only."
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The revolution will be roboticized: How AI is driving “Industry 4.0”
IoT has arrived on the factory floor with the force of Kool-Aid Man exploding through walls.
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Cloudflare aims to make HTTPS certificates safe from BGP hijacking attacks
Free service prevents BGP hijackers from fraudulently obtaining browser-trusted certs.
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Meeting the in-laws is murder for new bride in horror comedy Ready or Not
"It's just something we do when someone joins the family."
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AMD says its Ryzen 3000 isn’t just cheaper—it’s better
AMD's Travis Kirsch says there's no reason to buy an Intel CPU anymore.
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Federal bill would allow clean energy companies to structure like oil companies
In the meantime, IEA says value of subsidies for fossil fuels has increased.
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AT&T cuts another 1,800 jobs as it finishes fiber-Internet buildout
1,800 new job cuts in addition to 23,000 AT&T jobs cut since December 2017.
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Russia warns that reported US attacks on its power grid could trigger “cyberwar”
NYT reported on US efforts to insert malware into Russia's energy infrastructure.
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PSA: Upgrade 3 years of Xbox Live to Game Pass Ultimate for just $1
Prepaid Xbox Live gold subscriptions can be bumped up cheaply for a limited time.
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Nvidia pushes ARM supercomputing
ARM CPUs? In my supercomputer? It's more likely than you think.
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“We are very sorry”—Boeing CEO apologizes for 737 Max deaths
Planes remain grounded as Boeing continues work on a software fix.
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Ars on your lunch break: Let’s talk about the extinction of humanity
Synthetic biology sounds great, but the ways in which it could go wrong are legion.
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Huawei bracing for a 40% to 60% drop in international smartphone shipments
Consumer uncertainty from the US export brand is devastating Huawei sales.
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Domino’s will start robot pizza deliveries in Houston this year
Delivery company Nuro raised $940 million in February, also delivers for Kroger.
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Firefly opens first Alpha rocket launch to academic and educational payloads
Company appears to be taking its commitment to STEM to another level.
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