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  1. Verizon sends email on customer’s behalf without telling him as part of sleazy PR campaign

    Sleazy astroturf campaigns are nothing new in the corporate world but Verizon may have just taken things to a whole new level. Ars Technica reports that New Jersey’s Board ... FULL ARTICLE AT BGR

  2. VPN provider proves OpenVPN private keys at risk from Heartbleed bug

    The fallout from the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug continues. Recently, personal virtual private network provider Mullvad said it was able to extract private encryption keys for OpenVPN from a test server ... FULL ARTICLE AT PC World

  1. Google doesn’t have ‘any plans to bring Google Fiber to New York’

    It was too good to be true after all. Speaking with Ars Technica on Wednesday, a Google spokesperson made it clear that there are no plans to bring Google Fiber ... FULL ARTICLE AT BGR

  2. Report reveals surprising Steam games usage secrets

    For years, Valve has been an impenetrable fortress when it came to data. Number of sales, amount of hours played, most-played games—all locked up behind a Fort Knox-like wall ... FULL ARTICLE AT PC World

  3. Steam Data Mining Reveals That 37% of All Owned Games Have Never Been Played

    A massive data mining initiative has been set up by the tech wizards at Ars Technica, undergoing an effort meant to offer a clearer picture of the gaming world, more ... FULL ARTICLE AT Softpedia

  1. 36.9% Of Games Bought On Steam Never Get Played [Study]

    Whenever a Steam sale rolls around, we’re sure many gamers get excited at the idea that they can buy games that were too expensive before. Sure some of the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Ubergizmo

  2. These are the most popular games on Steam - report

    The most popular games on dominant PC download platform Steam are Valve's, with Dota 2 revelling in an estimated 25.9 million owners, and Team Fortress 2 an estimated ... FULL ARTICLE AT Eurogamer

  3. Commentary and reaction around the Internet to the announcement that Amazon will acquire comiXology, in a deal to be concluded by the end of this year's second quarter. ***** Institutional ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Comics Reporter

  4. From ars technica: How to mitigate tracking risks: wrap your phone in tinfoil, quit Google When author Julia Angwin has to post a photo of herself online, she now prefers ... FULL ARTICLE AT Climateer Investing

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Ars Technica ( /ˌɑrz ˈtɛknɨkə/; Latin for "Technological Art") is a technology news and information website created by Ken Fisher and Jon Stokes in 1998. It publishes news, reviews and guides on issues such as computer hardware and software, science, technology policy, and video games. Ars Technica is known for its features, long articles that go into specific detail on their subjects. Many of the... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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