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Six injured in east London 'acid attack'
One man has been arrested after reports of multiple injuries near an east London shopping centre.
Trump NFL row: Sports stars round on US president
Leading US sports stars attack the president for "offensive" comments about players who protest.
Corrie Mckeague: Missing airman's mum to walk his final steps
Corrie Mckeague's mother will retrace her son's last known steps a year to the day he went missing.
Soul singer Charles Bradley dies aged 68
The singer, who released his first album in his 60s, cancelled tour dates just two weeks ago.
Meghan Markle attends as Prince Harry launches Invictus Games
Prince Harry's girlfriend is spotted in the stands at the opening ceremony in Toronto.
Rubens' Duke of Buckingham 'found' after 400 years
The painting of the Duke of Buckingham was previously thought to be a later copy.
US bombers stage North Korea show of force
The move demonstrates the many military options available to defeat any threat, the Pentagon says.
Blackpool guest house 'gas explosion': Four people hurt
Two people were taken to hospital and two were treated at the scene after a "massive" blast in Blackpool.
Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes 'cut herself daily'
Dame Kelly Holmes, who lives in Kent, won gold in the 800m and 1500m competitions in Athens in 2004.
Actor Colin Firth gets dual British-Italian citizenship
The Bridget Jones actor is now a dual British-Italian citizen, because of "the uncertainty around".
Two babies die in 'tragic accident' in Wildmill, Bridgend
The baby boys, who were two of a set of triplets, were found not breathing at a house in Bridgend.
M3 Winchester closed: Thousands of drivers hit by delays
A bomb disposal unit and fire crews were called when "potential hazardous material" was found.
Puerto Rico 'failing' dam risk remains after Hurricane Maria
Thousands of people nearby have been told to leave as the dam may collapse after Hurricane Maria.
The Papers: Cabinet 'all-out war' over Brexit
The debate over Brexit in both the Conservative and Labour parties dominates the Sunday papers.
'I want to get rid of my Polish accent'
Kasha lives in the UK but has found some people are hostile because of her Polish accent.
Anjali: The professional dance company with a difference
Anjali's dancers, who have learning disabilities, are working with world-renowned choreographers.
Laura Mvula on morning routines and her plans for Idris Elba
Musician Laura Mvula reveals her plans for Idris Elba in Four Things You Don't Know About Me
Christchurch woman appeals after love letter stolen
The woman's stolen handbag contained an "irreplaceable" letter written by her late husband..
Uber: Women voice safety fears over London licence loss
Some women say the loss of Uber's licence will make travel less safe and leave them out of pocket.
ICYMI: A hidden Picasso, Trump and a forest fire
A few of the stories you may have missed this week.
Strictly's Craig Revel Horwood's West End role
Craig Revel Horwood is juggling judging Strictly Come Dancing with a West End role.
Five things we learned at Later with Jools Holland's 25th birthday
This is what we spotted at the recording of the 25th birthday episode of Later... With Jools Holland.
National Trust memberships hit new high of five million
The charity's chairman, Tim Parker, says people go to its sites to escape "busy, noisy" technology.
Liam Gallagher claims his Twitter was hacked over Noel tweets
The former Oasis singer denies accusing his brother of faking tears at Manchester Arena.
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The island where people eat puffins
In a remote corner of Iceland, the taste of the seabird is a reminder of home.
Germany's other vote: Tegel airport row divides Berliners
Berliners hold a vote on the future of Tegel airport - and it has become a hot political issue.
The famed painters who vanished into obscurity
Two exhibitions hope to make household names once more of the London artists who all but disappeared in the late 1930s.
You choose: What thing helped make modern economy?
Tim Harford chose 50 essential inventions that shaped the modern economy, but what should be the 51st?
What's the right thing to say to someone with cancer?
This cancer survivor is changing the "sugarcoated" greeting card business
Scleroderma sufferer: 'I can feel my body turning to stone'
Former school teacher Jay Virdee has been diagnosed with the rare autoimmune disease scleroderma.
Joseph Parker beats Hughie Fury on points to retain WBO heavyweight title
Joseph Parker beats Britain's Hughie Fury on points to retain the WBO world heavyweight title in Manchester.
Guardiola, Mourinho, Conte, Pochettino & Klopp on Saturday's Premier League action
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says his side are "feeling better" about their title challenge this season, while United counterpart Jose Mourinho thinks it will be a six-team race.
Romelu Lukaku: Man Utd ask for CCTV footage over controversial chant
Manchester United ask police for help to identify fans who sang a controversial song about Romelu Lukaku in the win at Southampton.
Fenerbahce 2-1 Besiktas
Five players are sent off as Fenerbahce beat Besiktas in an Istanbul derby featuring two goals and three red cards in the final five minutes.
Road World Championships: Britain underdogs in men's road race - Rod Ellingworth
Great Britain could finish in the top 10 of the World Championships men's road race if "everything" goes their way, says coach Rod Ellingworth.
Tour Championship: Paul Casey leads to boost FedEx Cup hopes
England's Paul Casey boosts his hopes of winning the FedEx Cup and a $10m (£7.4m) bonus by moving into the lead in the season-ending Tour Championship.
Rangers: Pedro Caixinha says Scott Brown elbowed Alfredo Morelos
Rangers manager Pedro Caixinha says Celtic's Scott Brown elbowed Alfredo Morelos in the Old Firm meeting at Ibrox.
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Spanish govt slammed over bizarre Catalan .cat internet registry cop raid
<h4>Heavy-handed tactics during lead up to independence referendum</h4> <p>The Spanish government has come under increasing criticism for raiding the offices of the .cat internet registry in the lead-up to a referendum on Catalan's independence.…</p>
Don’t fear the software shopkeeper: T&Cs banning bad reviews aren’t legal in America
<h4>Doesn’t stop them trying to put the frighteners, tho</h4> <p><strong>DerbyCon</strong> Security vendors are inserting language into their products' terms and conditions that attempt to silence critics, folks attending this year's DerbyCon conference were told on Friday.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Facebook U-turn: React, other libraries freed from unloved patent license
<h4>Hybrid BSD pact will be replaced by MIT deal for some projects</h4> <p>Faced with growing dissatisfaction about licensing requirements for some of its open-source projects, Facebook today said it will move React, Jest, Flow, and Immutable.js under the MIT license next week.…</p>
Want to get around app whitelists by pretending to be Microsoft? Of course you can...
<h4>...And here's how</h4> <p><strong>DerbyCon</strong> A sprinkle of code and an understanding of the Windows digital certificate process is all that's needed for a miscreant to sneak malware past Microsoft's application whitelist within a corporate environment.…</p>
For Facebook, ignorance is the business model: Social net is shocked – SHOCKED – that people behave badly
<h4>See no evil, hear no evil, speak of no evil</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong> No one at Facebook had any idea anyone might use its ad tools to target "Jew haters," said COO Sheryl Sandberg earlier this week.…</p>
Aw, not you too, Verizon: US telco joins list of leaky AWS S3 buckets
<h4>Now is a good time to go check your own Amazon settings. It's OK, we'll wait</h4> <p>Yet another major company has burned itself by failing to properly secure its cloud storage instances. Yes, it's Verizon.…</p>
NBD: Adobe just dumped its PRIVATE PGP key on the internet
<h4>Change the name to A-d'oh!-be</h4> <p>An absent-minded security staffer just accidentally leaked Adobe's private PGP key onto the internet.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Super Cali goes ballistic, Gatorade app is bogus: Even the sound of it is something quite atrocious
<h4>And who's going to stand up for the Arnold Palmer?</h4> <p>In what might well be the most California thing ever, America's golden state has settled a lawsuit against sports drink maker Gatorade for sullying the good name of water.…</p>
If you need to replace anything other than your iPhone 8's battery or display, good luck
<h4>And things are looking even worse for the X</h4> <p>iFixit’s <a target="_blank" href="https://www.ifixit.com/Device/iPhone_8">teardown</a> of the new iPhone 8 confirms that the screen and battery remain relatively replaceable, despite the addition of Qi-compatible wireless charging coils in the unit.…</p>
IoT botnet Linux.ProxyM turns its grubby claws to spam rather than DDoS
<h4>I don't know which is worse</h4> <p>An IoT botnet is making a nuisance of itself online after becoming a conduit for spam distribution.…</p>
UK.gov lays down rules for cross-Whitehall data slurps
<h4>Consultation opens on codes of practice for Digital Economy Act</h4> <p>The UK government has offered more detail on how public authorities can pass around the data they hold on citizens – a mere five months after the Digital Economy Act passed into law.…</p>
Finance sector is littered with vulns, and guess what – most can be resolved by patching
<h4>But pen-testers have questioned the figures</h4> <p>Security vulnerabilities across the finance sector have increased more than fivefold (418 per cent) in the last four years, according to a study by NCC Group.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Silicon brains ready to plug into London
<h4>It's getting mighty crowded at MCubed</h4> <p><strong>Events</strong> In just over a fortnight we'll be gathering some of the brightest minds in AI, ML and data science together – so of course we'd really like to see you there.…</p>
Microsoft reveals details of flagship London store within spitting distance from Apple's
<h4>Neighbours, everybody needs good neighbours</h4> <p>Microsoft has revealed the location of its flagship UK store – just up the road from Apple's flamboyant, tree-lined Regent Street shop.…</p>
Kebab and pizza shop owner jailed for hiding £179k from the taxman
<h4>What a carve-up!</h4> <p>A kebab shop owner who had sliced off a chunk of his takings and hid it from the taxman has been sent down for 30 months.…</p>
Ethereum-backed hackathon excavates more security holes
<h4>Smart contracts language easy to use <i>and</i> create exploits with</h4> <p>An Ethereum-backed contest has revealed a few new tricks for disguising malware as the harmless code the network uses to transfer and manipulate funds: digital smart contracts.…</p>
How Apple is taming the ad biz. Just don't expect Google or Zuck to follow
<h4>Inside ITP, Safari's third-party cookie zapper</h4> <p>Can the world's biggest tech company tame the Wild West of the digital ad industry as its data slurping becomes ever more intrusive? Since Facebook and Google are essentially colluding with behavioural data collection, and Microsoft has given up the fight for user privacy, few companies have Apple's means or incentive. But for Apple, privacy doesn't hit its bottom line, and might even increase it.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Shock: Brit capital strips Uber of its taxi licence
<h4>That could mean 40,000 drivers out of work</h4> <p>Uber's application for a new taxi licence in the UK capital has been rejected. In a shock move, Transport for London today said the app biz is not "fit and proper" to hold a licence.…</p>
HPE sharpening the axe for 5,000 heads – report
<h4>All part of CEO Whitman's 'long-term ops and financial blueprint'</h4> <p>Hewlett Packard Enterprise is about to release the trap door again with 5,000 employees, or almost 10 per cent of its workforce, expected to fall through it.…</p>
The award for worst ISP goes to... it starts with Talk and ends with Talk
<h4>Two other big brands, Sky and BT, also in the naughty corner</h4> <p>Beleaguered ISP TalkTalk has once again been named worst UK internet provider in a biannual survey of providers by consumer charity Which?…</p>
Database biz MongoDB files to go public, hopes to raise a cool $100m
<h4>Revenues are up, but NoSQL firm still burning through cash</h4> <p>Oracle-chaser MongoDB has filed to go public, with its accounts revealing it made a net loss of almost $90m in the year ended January 31, 2017.…</p>
Mini-Heartbleed info leak bug strikes Apache, airborne malware, NSA algo U-turn, and more
<h4>The security week in review</h4> <p><strong>Roundup</strong> As ever, it's been a doozy of a week for cybersecurity, or lack thereof. The Equifax saga <a target="_blank" href="https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/09/21/equifax_fooled_again_company_teets_out_links_to_website_parodying_it/">just keeps giving</a>, the SEC admitted it was <a target="_blank" href="https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/09/21/sec_breach">thoroughly pwned</a>, and Slack doesn't bother to sign its <a target="_blank" href="https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/09/21/slack_linux/">Linux versions</a>. We do spoil you so, <i>Reg</i> readers. And that was only yesterday. Here's the rest of the week's shenanigans we didn't get round to.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
You forgot that you hired me and now you're saying it's MY fault?
<h4>Just install the trial software on 1,000 PCs and I'll be on my way</h4> <p><strong>Something for the Weekend, Sir?</strong> "I'm sorry, who are you again?"…</p>
Microsoft and Facebook's transatlantic cable completed
<h4>In 2018 'MAREA' will move ads and Azure from USA to Spain at 160 terabits per second</h4> <p>Construction of Microsoft and Facebook's jointly-funded submarine cable has ended.…</p>
Sysadmin tells user CSI-style password guessing never w– wait WTF?! It's 'PASSWORD1'!
<h4>Sysadmin hated making it look so easy, but didn't mind being a hero for saving a payroll run</h4> <p><strong>On-Call</strong> Can you feel it? The weekend's just over the horizon, so it's time for On-Call, <i>The Register</i>'s Friday column in which we share readers' tales of literally incredible jobs that produced improbable feats of sysadminnery.…</p>
Red Hat pledges patent protection for 99 per cent of FOSS-ware
<h4>Company has trove of 2,000 patents and won't enforce any of them if you licence right</h4> <p>Red Hat says it has amassed over 2,000 patents and won't enforce them if the technologies they describe are used in properly-licensed open-source software.…</p>
First big Privacy Shield review has ended – and yep, it's great! Just don't ask about mass spying
<h4>Surprise – a thumbs up to private info flying over the Pond</h4> <p>The much-heralded first review of the EU‑US Privacy Shield Framework that governs the flow of personal information across the Atlantic has concluded – and would you believe it? Representatives of the EU and US think it's doing fine.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Cloud washes Dell off perch atop storage market
<h4>Backup appliance sales go off a cliff, traditional array vendors just aren't growing</h4> <p>Sales of purpose-built backup appliances have dropped markedly, with year-on-year dips of 16.2 per cent by revenue and 14.9 per cent by capacity, according to analyst firm IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Purpose-Built Backup Appliance Tracker for 2017's second quarter.…</p>
NASA, wait, wait lemme put my drink down... NASA, you need to be searching for vanadium
<h4>Bio-boffins urge Red Planet life search to hunt for weird metal</h4> <p>Scientists hoping to discover evidence of life on Mars should search for vanadium, a metallic element, according to a <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/ast.2017.1709?journalCode=ast">paper</a> published in Astrobiology this month.…</p>
Java SE 9 and Java EE 8 arrive, 364 days later than first planned
<h4>Now that all the unpleasantness is behind us, let us code</h4> <p>Java SE 9 and Java EE 8 have arrived.…</p>
Cisco puts UCS director on death row, to be replaced by cloudy 'Intersight'
<h4>The Borg assimilates the infrastructure-as-code message</h4> <p>Cisco has announced that UCS Director will ascend into the cloud as part of a new infrastructure management service named “Intersight”.…</p>
IT plonker stuffed 'destructive' logic bomb into US Army servers in contract revenge attack
<h4>He's now facing 10 years in prison for act of spite</h4> <p>An IT contractor is facing a possible decade behind bars in America for planting a ticking "destructive" time bomb in US military systems.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Crap cracked fat-attack Pact app chaps slapped in pact backtrack infract
<h4>US watchdog raps breach-of-contract brats for retracted transacts</h4> <p>Defunct mobile app company Pact broke its pact with customers to pay them promised cash incentives, US trade watchdog the FTC said on Thursday.…</p>
Cloudflare coughs up a few grand for prior-art torpedoes to sink troll
<h4>DDoS blocker well on its way to nuking Blackbird Tech in patent showdown</h4> <p>Cloudflare says its efforts to wipe out a patent troll using prior art have already yielded more than a dozen examples.…</p>
Blame Canada? $5.7m IBM IT deal balloons to $185m thanks to 'an open bag of money'
<h4>With all their hockey hullabaloo, and that crazy payout too</h4> <p>A CA$5.7m IBM contract to update payroll systems for the Canadian government has turned into a CA$185m boondoggle for the Great White North. That's $4.62m and $150m in US currency, respectively.…</p>
Facebook, Twitter sucked into US Senate's Russian meddling probe
<h4>Politicians want to know what happened with those fake accounts and advertising dollars</h4> <p>They may still view themselves as open purveyors of free speech, but increasingly social media giants are being pulled into the US Senate's investigation of Russian interference in the American presidential elections.…</p>
Has science gone too far, part 97: Boffins craft code to find protesters on social networks, rate them on their violence
<h4>Image-recognition system posited as reporting tool</h4> <p>Mining social networks for every scrap of information about our online lives is now common practice for marketers, academics, government agencies, and so on.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Attention adults working in the real world: Do not upgrade to iOS 11 if you use Outlook, Exchange
<h4>Kiss your Microsoft email goodbye, for now, if you update</h4> <p>Apple's latest version of iOS, namely version 11, may struggle or flat-out fail to connect to Microsoft Office and Exchange mailboxes. That's a rather annoying pain for anyone working in a typical Windows-based work environment.…</p>
Hi Facebook, Google, we think we might tax your ads instead – lots of love, Europe x
<h4>Or maybe hold money from online transactions. Either way, we're getting our damn cash</h4> <p>More details have emerged on the various plans being considered by European governments to force internet giants like Facebook, Google and Amazon to pay more in taxes, including a levy on internet ads and even withholding money for online transactions.…</p>
Nothing to see here, folks, literally... Citrix mysteriously pulls NetScaler downloads
<h4>Builds yanked offline for a week in bug riddle</h4> <p>Citrix has temporarily suspended its NetScaler downloads due to an unspecified, and possibly security-related, issue.…</p>
Slain: Unions' US OPM mega-hack lawsuit against Uncle Sam
<h4>You have to get shafted before you can sue, says court</h4> <p>A lawsuit brought against the hacker-ransacked Office of Personnel Management on behalf of US federal employees has been killed.…</p>
SEC 'fesses to security breach, says swiped info likely used for dodgy stock-market trading
<h4>EDGAR database a veritable goldmine of financial tips</h4> <p>The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has admitted that hackers broke into its corporate filling system last year.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Chatbots: A load of hype or fancy lifehack for the lazy IT person?
<h4>Some of these buggers are adept at handling the mundane</h4> <p>It's the age of the chatbot. The chatbot revolution is coming. Unless it isn't.…</p>
Data-wranglers Trifacta go public with Google Cloud collaboration
<h4>Pair takes aim at $20bn analytics market</h4> <p>California-based self-service data biz Trifacta has today launched its Google-friendly data preparation service into public beta.…</p>
Android slingers tout mobes with customized baked-in big-biz configs
<h4>Chocolate Factory pushing enterprises' corporate settings right out of the box</h4> <p>Google has said it will begin allowing its enterprise customers to purchase pre-configured Android smartphones and other devices that will ship with corporate policies and settings already in place.…</p>
Researchers claim ISPs are 'complicit' in latest FinSpy snooping rounds
<h4>Dictators' favourite spyware is working at the top, says report</h4> <p>A surveillance campaign utilising a new variant of FinFisher, the infamous spyware also known as FinSpy, has been tracked by security researchers.…</p>
Ah, good ol' Windows update cycles... Wait, before anything else, check your hardware
<h4>Intel and Microsoft have been working together to ease the pain</h4> <p><strong>Sponsored</strong> Windows 10 means a major shift in how IT operations should perceive and manage Windows and their hardware estate. The most significant is the move away from Big Bang version launches in favour of a subscription model with much more frequent updates.…</p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' -->
Outgoing Cisco exec chair John Chambers joins Sprinklr board
<h4>There is life after the Borg... in social media management platforms apparently</h4> <p>Outgoing Cisco executive chairman John Chambers is to join the board of directors on social media management outfit Sprinklr, no doubt the first of many non-exec roles the former Switchzilla boss will hold.…</p>
Quebec takes mature approach to 'grilled cheese' ban
<h4>It's for the grater good</h4> <p>After Caerphilly considering its position, Quebec's French-language watchdog has decided it doesn't give edam about its linguistic ban on using "anglicisms" such as "grilled cheese", a move that has been welcomed as gouda news.…</p>
Equifax fooled again! Blundering credit biz directs hack attack victims to parody site
<h4>Tim on the social media team will need a new job</h4> <p>You'd have thought that Equifax staff would be on their toes ever since the megahack that exposed the private data of over 143 million Americans but the corporation's social media certainly haven't got the message.…</p>

Wired News

The Blockbuster Showdown At Tomorrow's Berlin Marathon
Can three elite runners, with a little help from Nike and Adidas, smash the marathon world record?
Clever Machines Learn How to Be Curious (And Play Super Mario Bros.)
Computer scientists are finding ways to code curiosity into intelligent machines.
Hackers Break Into the SEC, DHS Tells 21 States Russian Hackers Targeted Them, and More Security News This Week
An SEC hack, a Russian dark web takedown, and more security news this week.
What's So Great About Kids Fighting Monsters?
Stories like the one in 'It' are pretty common in horror, but audiences never tire of them.
Space Photos of the Week: Spiral Galaxy's Secretly a Giant Gasbag
Cassini takes one last look at Saturn's moon, Jupiter's swirling clouds, and a star in a great big bubble this week in space.
London Wants to Kick Uber Out of the City
The ride-hailing company's offensive? Waging a popularity contest.
Why Facebook Will Struggle to Regulate Political Ads
Disclosure rules for funding political ads are murky. Now Facebook wants to regulate itself
How a Decrepit Grain Silo Became South Africa's Mind-Blowing Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
Architect Mat Cash transformed a facility meant to store 30,000 tons of wheat, maize, and sorghum into a celebration of art instead of agriculture.
I Helped Create Facebook's Ad Machine. Here's How I'd Fix It
Facebook finally laid out some changes to its ad platform. But a former employee who helped build it shares his own ideas on how to fix the Russia problem.
Baltimore Built an App to Map Opioid Overdoses in Real Time
Opioid overdoses proliferate, like a disease. A new app lets health and law-enforcement officials anticipate their spread.
After Srinivas Kuchibhotla’s Murder, His Widow Battles Deportation
How one tech worker's story illuminates the plight of H-1B holders.
What Is a ‘Dotard’? Kim Jong-Un Gives Trump a Language Lesson
If there's one good thing that came out of President Trump and Kim Jong-Un's back-and-forth, it's this.
Review: Leica Sofort
The cheapest-ever Leica camera is cute as a button.
Don't Rely On an Unlock Pattern To Secure Your Android Phone
A new study found test subjects could mostly spot the patterns from five or six feet away on the first try.
Waymo Partners With Intel, Tesla Kills a Model S, a Lawyer Debates the Trolley Problem and More This Week in the Future of Cars
Plus: We play a game meant for traffic engineers, Apple engineers take on self-driving, and Sebastian Thrun wears a puppy.
Why Google Play Store Malware Is So Hard To Stop
A rash of malware hit the Google Play store this summer. And while Google has taken big steps to improve Android security, there's no clear end in sight.
HP Omen 15 Review: Decent Performance, But Man Is It Ugly
The HP Omen 2015 is an unpretty beast, but it performs well enough.
Archaeologists Don't Always Need to Dig—They've Got Drones
On the morning of the solar eclipse, archaeologists took a drone into the desert to create fantastic 3-D renderings of a Hohokam village.
With 'Star Trek: Discovery,' CBS Discovers That TV Ain't Easy Anymore
By putting prequel series 'Star Trek: Discovery' on its streaming network, CBS is trying to solve a problem no one has figured out yet.
Why Facebook And Google Are Clashing With Internet Freedom Advocates
How longtime allies of Google, Facebook and co. became sometime adversaries
Facebook's Election Ad Overhaul Takes Crucial First Steps
In the face of brewing backlash, Facebook is redesigning its election integrity processes and sharing (some) information with Congress.
After Harvey, What Will Happen to Houston’s Oil Industry?
Hurricane Harvey pummeled the country’s energy infrastructure, and there are few incentives in place to promote renewables.
The Education of Brett the Robot
A UC Berkeley robot named Brett is learning to interact with its world in a fascinating way.
The Lara Croft in the New 'Tomb Raider' Uncovers Treasure in Depth
The new 'Tomb Raider' movie seems to be following the 2013 game reboot, meaning it stars a Lara who's more human, more complex, and more powerful for it.
Self-Driving Cars Will Kill People. Who Decides Who Dies?
Opinion: The dawn of autonomous vehicles means we must solve the trolley problem.
You Should See 'mother!' This Weekend (Even If You'll Hate It)
It's the most argued-about movie of the year, by far. Here's why it's worth your time.
Starting to Study Physics? Watch Out for These Common Mistakes
Here are the some of the biggest ideas that cause trouble for the first semester of physics.
Lomography Lomo'Instant Automat Glass Magellan Review: It Urges Your to Get Experimental
Lomo's funky instant camera kicks some serious glass.
9 Amazon Kindle Tips and Tricks
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Google Paid HTC $1.1 Billion To Turn Itself Into a Phone Maker
It's not quite an acquisition, but Google's agreement with HTC fast-tracks its efforts to take over the gadget world.

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