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  1. Marriott Pulls Their Petition To The FCC To Block Personal WiFi Hotspots

    Remember when Marriott got hit with a fine by the FCC for blocking the personal hotspots of their guests? The FCC also announced that they would be aggressively going after ... FULL ARTICLE AT Ubergizmo

  2. Comcast just got a major ego boost from the FCC

    On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted in favor of a new standard for broadband Internet. From now on, anything less than 25Mbps downstream and 1Mbps upstream is no longer ... FULL ARTICLE AT BGR

  1. Police officer who stole naked pictures from a perp’s phone isn’t going to jail

    It might not come as much of a surprise, but another police officer has been convicted of wrongdoing. Ars Technica reports that Sean Harrington, a former California Highway Patrolman (who ... FULL ARTICLE AT BGR

  2. The phone designed to protect your information had a big hole

    Folks buy the highly secure Blackphone handset for the warm and fuzzy feeling that nobody can see their stuff, but that trust was misplaced until recently, according to security expert ... FULL ARTICLE AT Engadget Mobile

  3. Even the most secure Android phone ever had a critical security bug

    Marketed as the most secure Android handset available, the BlackPhone wasn’t completely safe from hackers’ attacks, as a recently discovered — and fixed — vulnerability in the phone’s instant messaging ... FULL ARTICLE AT BGR

  1. 17 Things to Buy Before SkyMall Says Goodbye

    A notice at the top of the SkyMall website reads: There are changes in the air, but we're still here! Place your order today. That's an understated urgent ... FULL ARTICLE AT Jaunted - The Pop Culture Travel Guide

  2. Forget 1Gbps – the cable industry says you don’t even need 25Mbps

    There are times when it’s easy to picture cable companies as Mr. Bumble, the orphanage headmaster in Oliver Twist (i.e., “Please, sir, I want some more bandwidth!” “MORE ... FULL ARTICLE AT BGR

  3. Google's security team, Project Zero, this week disclosed to the public several security vulnerabilities in OS X, some three months after the issue were shared with Apple (via Ars ... FULL ARTICLE AT Mac Rumors

  4. Google's Project Zero publishes three OS X zero-day vulnerabilities

    Google's not just picking on Windows. The search company's Project Zero  initiative recently published three unpatched bugs in OS X, 90 days after the group privately disclosed the ... FULL ARTICLE AT PC World

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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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