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Cops Around the Country Can Now Unlock iPhones, Records Show

Source: MotherboardFBI Director Christopher Wray recently said that law enforcement agencies are “increasingly unable to access” evidence stored on encrypted devices.Wray is not telling the whole...

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New Studies Link Cell Phone Radiation with Cancer

Source: Scientific AmericanDoes cell phone radiation cause cancer? New studies show a correlation in lab rats, but the evidence may not resolve ongoing debates over causality or whether any effects...

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Chinese space station remains dumps into the South Pacific

Source: MercoPressChina's Tiangong-1 space station re-entered the earth’s atmosphere and burnt up over the middle of the South Pacific on Monday, the Chinese space authority said. The craft re-entered...

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ProtonMail Launches a Shorter Email Domain and Other New Features for Encryption Lovers

Source: GizmodoAn encrypted email service widely used among journalists and political dissidents just got several new sick features, including, let’s be honest, the only thing we really care about: a...

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Apple's new iPads still can't best Chromebooks in the classroom

Source: MacWorldSeveral years ago, Apple looked poised to take over schools with iPads, and in one of the most stunning moves, Los Angeles schools planned to spend $1.3 billion getting Apple’s tablets...

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Ex-Hacker Adrian Lamo Dies at Age 37

Source: Hacker NewsAdrian Lamo, the hacker who tipped off the FBI about Wikileaks whistleblower Chelsea Manning, dies at the age of 37, according to a Facebook post by his father Mario...

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US Court Finds Anti-Robocall Rule Made Nearly Every Smartphone User a Criminal

Source: GizmodoA federal appeals court on Friday overturned a portion of an Obama-era rule aimed at curbing unwanted calls from nuisance telemarketing companies. The court found that a provision of...

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Chinese Citizens With Bad 'Social Credit' to Be Blocked From Taking Planes and Trains

Source: GizmodoChina’s terrifying “social credit” system isn’t planned to be fully implemented until 2020, but we’re already seeing facets of it being put in place. In May, people who have committed...

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13 Critical Flaws Discovered in AMD Ryzen and EPYC Processors

Source: Hacker NewsSecurity researchers claimed to have discovered 13 critical Spectre/Meltdown-like vulnerabilities throughout AMD's Ryzen and EPYC lines of processors that could allow attackers to...

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Surprise graphene discovery could unlock secrets of superconductivity

Source: NatureA sandwich of two graphene layers can conduct electrons without resistance if they are twisted at a ‘magic angle’', physicists have discovered. The finding could prove to be a...

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Barcelona supera la prueba de fuego del Mobile: 107.000 visitantes

Fuente: El Pais Barcelona superó de nuevo el reto que, año a año, le plantea el Mobile World Congress (MWC). Y esta vez lo ha hecho a pesar del contexto político, que deslució el arranque...

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iPhone Slow: What happened with Apple's performance management

Source: iMoreApple has published a letter explaining the confusion caused by the iOS 10.2.1 update last year that prioritized battery health over peak performance. The company is also offering deep...

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FCC Chairman Ajit Pai Under Investigation by FCC’s Inspector General

Source: The WrapFCC Chairman Ajit Pai is under investigation by the FCC’s own inspector general.Investigator general David L. Hunt is looking into whether Pai spearheaded a rules change last year in...

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F.C.C. Watchdog Looks Into Changes That Benefited Sinclair

Source: New York Times WASHINGTON — Last April, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai, led the charge for his agency to approve rules allowing television broadcasters to...

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John Perry Barlow, Internet Pioneer, 1947-2018

Source: EFFWith a broken heart I have to announce that EFF's founder, visionary, and our ongoing inspiration, John Perry Barlow, passed away quietly in his sleep this morning. We will miss Barlow and...

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A BAMBOO TOWER THAT PRODUCES WATER FROM AIR

Source: WiredTHE WARKAWATER TOWER is an unlikely structure to find jutting from the Ethiopian landscape. At 30 feet tall and 13 feet wide, it’s not half as big as its namesake tree (which can loom 75...

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Net Neutrality Update: The FCCs Restoring Internet Freedom Order and the Senate’s Joint Resolution

Source: Intellectual Freedom BlogOn December 14th, 2017, the Federal Communication Commission(FCC) voted 3-2 to repeal the 2015 Open Internet Order. This order is largely referred to as ‘Net...

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Pretty Soon a Smart Assistant Won't Be a Choice

Source: GizmodoAt home, my pair works like a deeply discounted Sonos setup. I can tell Google’s Assistant to play a song on “both speakers,” and it’ll pipe tinny, still-decent-sounding music into my...

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Insatisfechos los alcaldes con la reunión

Fuente: El Nuevo DiaLos alcaldes que se reunieron ayer con la persona que nombró el gobernador Ricardo Rosselló para encargarse de la recuperación del sistema energético tras la devastación que dejó...

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Lobbying Group for Google, Amazon, and 40 Other Tech Companies Will Intervene in Net Neutrality Lawsuit

Source: GizmodoA trade group representing more than 40 of the country’s biggest tech companies announced on Friday plans to intervene in a lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)...

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FCC chairman Ajit Pai suspiciously cancels his CES 2018 visit

Source: MashableCES, the tech industry's largest annual trade show, begins next week (Jan. 9-12), but the chairman of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission will not be attending. Gary Shapiro,...

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La obsesión por la velocidad de los procesadores acabó haciéndolos inseguros

Fuente: El PaisVarios expertos en ciberseguridad han hallado dos vulnerabilidades críticas en el diseño de los procesadores que incorporar la casi todos los ordenadores del mundo. Estos fallos,...

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Estudio relaciona riesgo de cáncer con prácticas militares en Vieques

Fuente: NoticelUn estudio encontró que existe relación entre las prácticas militares con bala viva en Vieques y la prevalencia de cáncer en los residentes de la Isla Nena, debido a la exposición a...

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Más patentes pero concentradas en pocos países

Fuente: SciDev   [BUENOS AIRES] En América Latina, la cantidad de patentes solicitadas como resultado de investigaciones locales aumentó casi 30% entre 2005-2015, sobre todo de la mano de Chile y...

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La Comisión de Energía agiliza las microrredes

Fuente: El Nuevo DiaRomán indicó que el borrador del reglamento sobre microrredes “se abrirá al proceso tradicional de aprobación y estará disponible para revisión”. (Gerald López Cepero)La Comisión...

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