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|Archived Since:||March 5, 2008|
Jim Bridenstine likely to win fairly easy approval from Senate.
ML has more than just a learning curve to overcome before it transforms business.
After plea deal, DOJ says: “this appears to be a one-time lapse in judgment.”
Optionsbleed is especially threatening for people in shared hosting environments.
Follows a September 2016 overhaul which aimed to remove fraudulent reviews.
Google’s new hardware will give you sticker shock in both directions.
Officials obtained fugitive’s GPS coordinates after he took to social media.
Maria would rank among the 10 most-intense landfalling hurricanes in the Atlantic.
Pricing and press pictures for the Pixel 2 XL leak.
Asphalt in use tolerates the temperature extremes of a period that ended in 1995.
Plus savings on PlayStation VR, LG and Sony 4K TVs, Wi-Fi routers, and more.
The tech sector argues a 1996 law made today’s Internet economy possible.
Uber: We paid Fetch Media for “nonexistent, nonviewable, and/or fraudulent advertising.”
Appeals court negates decision that would have handed over scientists’ e-mails.
Mike Cernovich won’t pay, threatens “to embarrass the f” out of Pepe creator.
32-bit support is gone, but iOS 11 adds a lot—especially on the iPad.
Is the death day of Nintendo's last president part of the key?
T-Mobile leaps further ahead of Verizon and AT&T with more data before slowdowns.
After anti-Semitic post, registrar gives Gab five days to find a new provider.
aIR-Jumper weaves passwords and crypto keys into infrared signals.