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Facebook plans to thwart election ad fraud with postcards

On February 19, 2018Source: The Next WebBy Abhimanyu Ghoshal

In an effort to prevent foreign actors fRead more

Air Force security hackathon leads to record payout

On February 19, 2018Source: Engadget RSS Feed

The US Air Force's second securityRead more

Wikipedia’s no-cost version for people without mobile data plans is dead

On February 19, 2018Source: The Next WebBy Abhimanyu Ghoshal

The Wikimedia Foundation has killed offRead more

Fergie performed a jazzy rendition of the national anthem. It did not go well.

On February 19, 2018Source: MashableBy Johnny Lieu

Alright, where do you even start with aRead more

How to bring Google’s ‘View Image’ button back to search results

On February 19, 2018Source: The Next WebBy Abhimanyu Ghoshal

After inking a deal with Getty Images, GRead more

Curling faces a doping scandal, yes you read this correctly

On February 19, 2018Source: MashableBy Johnny Lieu

It's hardly the most physically demRead more

Throat sensor helps you recover from a stroke

On February 19, 2018Source: Engadget RSS Feed

Your abilities to speak and swallow areRead more

Man eats all the food in 'Lord of the Rings' in tribute to his late father

On February 19, 2018Source: MashableBy Shannon Connellan

Second breakfast. Elevenses. Luncheon. ARead more

Put your vital signs on show with this ultrathin, stick-on skin display

On February 19, 2018Source: MashableBy Johnny Lieu

There's a glut of devices out thereRead more

Wikipedia ends no-cost mobile access for developing countries

On February 19, 2018Source: Engadget RSS Feed

The Wikimedia Foundation launched WikipeRead more

SpaceX delays its satellite internet launch to February 21st

On February 19, 2018Source: Engadget RSS Feed

Sorry, folks, you'll have to wait aRead more

Daimler included emissions-cheating software on diesels, German magazine says

On February 18, 2018Source: Ars TechnicaBy Megan Geuss

One function reportedly "switched oRead more

Residential solar is cheap, but can it get cheaper? Paths to $0.05 per kWh

On February 18, 2018Source: Ars TechnicaBy Megan Geuss

NREL releases a paper similar to TeslaRead more

Fake news is an existential crisis for social media 

On February 18, 2018Source: Social – TechCrunchBy Natasha Lomas

 Every gun outrage in America is now rouRead more

Turning big data into sound

On February 18, 2018Source: The Next WebBy Alice Bonasio

A collaboration between two professors –Read more

Trump cites Facebook exec’s comments downplaying Russian ad influence on election

On February 18, 2018Source: Social – TechCrunchBy Brian Heater

 You’d be forgiven for missing Donald TrRead more

Project Loon team gave Puerto Rico connectivity—and assembled a helicopter

On February 18, 2018Source: Ars TechnicaBy Nathan Mattise

The number of people Loon connected in PRead more

Poop Talk docu-comedy flings open bathroom doors, dives into stinky humanity

On February 18, 2018Source: Ars TechnicaBy Beth Mole

Gut-busting jokesters swirl around cultuRead more

Gear for Remote Workers: Pixelbook, Chrome Vega, Hydro Flask

On February 18, 2018Source: Feed: All LatestBy Arielle Pardes

When you’ve had more than enough of yourRead more

Twitter's Reaction to McDonald's Changing the Happy Meal Tops This Week's Internet News

On February 18, 2018Source: Feed: All LatestBy Graeme McMillan

But the disappearing cheeseburger wasnRead more

Want to Stop Climate Change? Educate Girls and Give Them Birth Control

On February 18, 2018Source: Feed: All LatestBy Robin George Andrews

Opinion: When women aren’t educated or eRead more

Olympics 2018: Commentators Should Cut the Chit-Chat and Just Explain the Sport

On February 18, 2018Source: Feed: All LatestBy Alex Davies

Here’s an idea: Maybe just tell me whatRead more

RightEye’s portable eye-tracking test catches concussions and reading problems in five minutes

On February 17, 2018Source: Gadgets – TechCrunchBy Devin Coldewey

 They say the eyes are the windows to thRead more

How ad-free subscriptions could solve Facebook

On February 17, 2018Source: Social – TechCrunchBy Josh Constine

 At the core of Facebook’s “well-being”Read more

Facebook didn’t mean to send spam texts to two-factor authentication users

On February 17, 2018Source: Social – TechCrunchBy Romain Dillet

 Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex StRead more

Essential Phone’s new ‘Halo Gray’ color goes on sale exclusively at Amazon

On February 16, 2018Source: Gadgets – TechCrunchBy Darrell Etherington

 The Essential Phone is currently in theRead more

This autonomous 3D scanner figures out where it needs to look

On February 16, 2018Source: Gadgets – TechCrunchBy Devin Coldewey

 If you need to make a 3D model of an obRead more

Essential Phone arriving in three new limited edition colors

On February 15, 2018Source: Gadgets – TechCrunchBy Darrell Etherington

 The Essential Phone, still among the beRead more

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