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Kansas Towns 'Rebel' Against Zuckerberg-Funded School Programs  

"I want to just take my Chromebook back and tell them I'm not doing it anymore," said Kallee Forslund, 16, a 10th grader in Wellington. The New York Times reports on a "rebellion" that started in Kansas against an online "personalized learning" program funded by Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, and developed by Facebook engineers -- including a classroom walk-out, a sit-in, and parent protests at public school board meetings. Read the Times' pay-walled original article or this free alternate

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2019-04-22 07:34:00



Resurgent HappyFresh raises $20M for its online grocery service in Southeast Asia  

It’s been a tricky past few years for HappyFresh, the startup seeking to bring Instacart-like grocery deliveries to Southeast Asia. It’s been through a series of rebuilding measures, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel after it announced a $20 million Series C. Launched in 2015, HappyFresh quickly raised $12 million to expand […]

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2019-04-22 04:31:37



China's new gaming rules to ban poker, blood and imperial schemes  

Lots of news has surfaced from China’s gaming industry in recent weeks as the government hastens to approve a massive backlog of titles in the world’s largest market for video games. Last Friday, the country’s State Administration of Press and Publication, the freshly minted gaming authority born from a months-long reshuffle last year that led […]

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2019-04-22 03:49:28



Game of Thrones season 8 episode 3 trailer: 'The Night King is coming' - CNET  

Everyone's ready for a battle that seems unwinnable in the dark trailer for next week.

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2019-04-22 03:47:21



The Incredibly Stupid Plot To Hijack a Domain By Breaking Into Its Owner's House With A Gun  

CNN tells the story of 24-year-old "social media influencer" Rossi Lorathio Adams II who'd wanted his domain to be the slogan of his social media sites (which at one point had over a million followers on Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter). Unfortunately, that domain was already owned by another man in Iowa -- but Adams came up with a solution: In June 2017, Adams enlisted his cousin to break into the domain owner's home and force him to transfer it. The cousin drove to the domain owner's house

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2019-04-22 03:39:00



Two Galaxy Fold launch events reportedly delayed. Will the foldable phone still ship on time? - CNET  

The reasons for the delay are murky but point to Samsung's recent troubles with its new foldable phone.

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2019-04-22 03:34:02



Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2 recap: The stakes are high, but the thirst is real - CNET  

In "A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms," the war against the dead is upon us, so how are we going to spend this long, lonely night? Cue sexy music.

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2019-04-22 02:57:37



Arya, what? Game of Thrones fans react to that unexpected scene - CNET  

Remember back when Ned Stark and King Robert wanted to join their houses? Well ...

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2019-04-22 02:33:47



Listen to Game of Thrones episode 2's haunting Florence + The Machine remix - CNET  

Jenny of Oldstones, that touching song Podrick sang before the big battle in A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms, got reworked by a pro.

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2019-04-22 02:17:24



Are We Sacrificing Too Much For Automation?  

Fast Company shares an essay from an anthropologist who researches human agency, algorithms, AI, and automation in the context of social systems: With the advent of computational tools for quantitative measurement and metrics, and the development of machine learning based on the big data developed by those metrics, organizations, Amazon among them, started to transition through a period of what I refer to as "extreme data analysis," whereby anything and anyone that can be measured, is. This i

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2019-04-22 01:43:00



See all Avengers: Endgame trailers and posters so far - CNET  

The remaining Avengers have no room for error in their plan to take down Thanos.

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2019-04-22 01:37:36



Sony launches a taxi-hailing app to rival Uber in Tokyo  

Sony last year announced it would enter Japan’s taxi-hailing space and, good to its word, the electronics giant has kicked off its S.Ride service in Tokyo. The service — which was first noted by CNET — is a joint venture between Sony, its payment services subsidiary and five licensed taxi companies. Since ride-hailing with civilian […]

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2019-04-22 01:33:16



See all the Game of Thrones season 8 photos so far - CNET  

From Stark family reunions to Jon's dragon flight to Arya and Gendry, let's take a spoiler-filled trip to Westeros.

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2019-04-22 01:07:58



Why Modern C++ Still Isn't As Safe As Memory-Safe Languages Like Rust and Swift  

Alex Gaynor is a software engineer at Mozilla working on Firefox, after previously serving as a director of both the Python Software Foundation and the Django Software Foundation. In a new blog post today, he argues that memory unsafe languages, "principally C and C++," induce an exceptional number of security vulnerabilities, and that the industry needs to migrate to memory-safe languages like Rust and Swift by default. One of the responses I frequently receive is that the problem isn't C

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2019-04-21 23:34:00



Black Hole Photo Used Supercomputers and Cloud Computing To Prove Einstein Right  

An anonymous reader quotes The Next Web: As stunning and ground-breaking as it is, the EHT project is not just about taking on a challenge. It's an unprecedented test of whether Einstein's ideas about the very nature of space and time hold up in extreme circumstances, and looks closer than ever before at the role of black holes in the universe. To cut a long story short: Einstein was right.... His general theory of relativity has passed two serious tests from the universe's most extreme con

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2019-04-21 22:32:00



Red Hat Takes Over Maintenance of OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11 From Oracle  

"Red Hat is taking over maintenance responsibilities for OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11 from Oracle," reports InfoWorld: Red Hat will now oversee bug fixes and security patches for the two older releases, which serve as the basis for two long-term support releases of Java. Red Hat's updates will feed into releases of Java from Oracle, Red Hat, and other providers... Previously, Red Hat led the OpenJDK 6 and OpenJDK 7 projects. Red Hat is not taking over OpenJDK 9 or OpenJDK 10, which were short-ter

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2019-04-21 21:20:00



What you missed in cybersecurity this week  

It’s been a busy week — it’s tough to keep up with all the cybersecurity news. We’ve collected some of the biggest cybersecurity stories from the week — from TechCrunch and afar — to keep you up to date with the latest hacks, privacy breaches and security stories you need to know. Facebook now says […]

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2019-04-21 21:19:40



Bluecherry Open Sources Its Entire Linux Surveillance Server  

"Big changes are here," writes the official blog for Bluecherry: In 2010 we released our multi-port MPEG4 video capture card with an open source driver (solo6x10) and in 2011 updated the driver to support our multi-port H.264 capture cards. Later, this open source driver was later added into the mainline Linux kernel. In 2013 we released our multi-platform surveillance application client with an open source (GPL) license. We are proud to announce that Effective April 18, 2019 we have rele

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2019-04-21 20:44:00



Linux 5.2 Will Introduce The Fieldbus Subsystem  

"The new Fieldbus system has been deemed ready to be released into the staging area of the Linux kernel," writes jwhyche (Slashdot reader #6,192). Phoronix reports: This newest subsystem for the Linux kernel benefits industrial systems. Fieldbus is a set of network protocols for real-time distributed control of automated industrial systems. Fieldbus is used for connecting different systems/components/instruments within industrial environments. Fieldbus is used for connecting facilities ra

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2019-04-21 20:14:00



Historic 'Summit' with the Creators of Python, Java, TypeScript, and Perl  

"At the first annual charity event conducted by Puget Sound Programming Python on April 2, four legendary language creators came together to discuss the past and future of language design," reports PacktPub. - Guido van Rossum, the creator of Python - James Gosling, the founder, and lead designer behind the Java programming language - Anders Hejlsberg, the original author of Turbo Pascal who has also worked on the development of C# and TypeScript - Larry Wall, the creator of Perl You

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2019-04-21 19:07:00



Lost or stolen Android phone? Here's how to get it back - CNET  

It can happen to anyone, but there are steps you can take to recover your lost or stolen phone.

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2019-04-21 18:58:12



More Than 23 Million People Use the Password '123456'  

Bearhouse shares a new study from the UK's "National Cyber Security Centre," which advises the public on computer security, about the world's most-frequently cracked passwords. It's probably no surprise to the Slashdot readership: people use bad passwords. A recent study of publicly-available "hacked" accounts -- by the UK National Cyber Security Centre -- reveals "123456" was top, followed by the much more secure "123456789" and hard-to-guess "qwerty". If you're a soccer (football) fan, then

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2019-04-21 17:45:00



Southwest Airlines Says They'll Purchase 'Hundreds' More Boeing 737 Max Aircraft  

Inc. magazine describes as "stunning" announcement from Southwest Airlines, "by far the biggest 737 Max customer in the United States, with 34 of the planes among its fleet, and plans for many more. " Speaking at a chamber of commerce event in Dallas, Southwest chairman and CEO Gary Kelly said Southwest has no plans to abandon the 737 Max. In fact, he said it will purchase "hundreds" more 737 Max aircraft. "It's a very good airplane, but Boeing has acknowledged that they've got some things th

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2019-04-21 16:34:00



Coachella 2019 livestream for Sunday: Ariana Grande, Zedd, Dillon Francis - CNET  

A curated livestream is bringing you select performances from weekend two of the 2019 festival, without the crowds.

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2019-04-21 15:39:03



Fortnite World Cup: More than 1,200 Accounts Banned For Cheating   

"Epic Games gave bans to more than 1,200 Fortnite accounts and revoked cash prizes that more than 200 players had won following Epic's investigations of cheating in the first week of Fortnite's World Cup Online Open," reports Polygon: That cheater (whom Epic did not name) used the cheat software during the tournament's semifinals. The account involved had played "for less than five minutes" before being discovered and banned, Epic said. The great majority of the other accounts sanctioned

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2019-04-21 15:34:00



Game of Thrones, season 8: All the Westeros drama, in photos - CNET  

Joyous moments interspersed with complete bloody terror. Yep, that's how it goes in Westeros.

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2019-04-21 14:38:16



Samsung's reported delay of two Galaxy Fold launch events casts doubt on shipping date - CNET  

The reasons for the delay are murky but point to Samsung's recent troubles with its new foldable phone.

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2019-04-21 14:38:10



How Facebook Mis-Captioned the Launch of a NASA Supply Rocket  

An anonymous reader quotes Ars Technica: An Antares rocket built by Northrop Grumman launched on Wednesday afternoon, boosting a Cygnus spacecraft with 3.4 tons of cargo toward the International Space Station. The launch from Wallops Island, Virginia, went flawlessly, and the spacecraft arrived at the station on Friday. However, when NASA's International Space Station program posted the launch video to its Facebook page on Thursday, there was a problem. Apparently the agency's caption service h

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2019-04-21 14:34:00



Week-in-Review: is Samsung unfolding another flop?  

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Samsung tries to deliver a big innovation and fails miserably. A big story this week on TechCrunch was that in the buildup to the release of the Samsung Galaxy Fold, potentially one of the weirdest, most innovative, most expensive phones shipped in the past decade, there are […]

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2019-04-21 13:39:25



A Secret Server For the Dead MMO 'City of Heroes' Has Players In an Uproar  

eatmorekix quotes Vice: In 2012, Paragon Studios announced it was shutting down City of Heroes, a massively multiplayer online game where a community of players created their own superheroes, went on adventures together, and formed lasting friendships. The news was crushing to the game's devoted community because they could no longer play and hang out in the virtual space they loved, and today, years after the game's shutdown, the community is in an uproar again. As Massivelyop first repo

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2019-04-21 13:34:00



CIA reportedly says Huawei funded by Chinese state security - CNET  

Telecomm giant received funding from China's military, The Times reports.

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2019-04-21 11:33:06



Coachella 2019 livestream for Sunday: Kanye West Easter service, Zedd, Dillon Francis - CNET  

A curated livestream is bringing you select performances from weekend two of the 2019 festival, without the crowds.

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2019-04-21 11:09:56



Sri Lanka blocks social media after deadly Easter explosions - CNET  

More than 200 people are reported killed, with hundreds more hospitalized following eight blasts at churches and hotels.

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2019-04-21 10:38:48



Did Google Sabotage Firefox and IE?  

Firefox's former VP accused Google of sabotaging Firefox -- for example, when Gmail and Google Docs "started to experience selective performance issues and bugs on Firefox" and demo sites "would falsely block Firefox as 'incompatible'... There were dozens of oopses. Hundreds maybe... [W]hen you see a sustained pattern of 'oops' and delays from this organization -- you're being outfoxed." Now Nightingale's accusations have stirred up some follow-up from technology reporters. An anonymous reader

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2019-04-21 10:34:00



Notes from the Samsung Galaxy Fold: day six  

I'm starting to get that thing where my iPhone XS screen feels super tiny when I switch back from the Fold to send a text message from my number. Someone recently asked me if I'm going to have trouble giving the device back to Samsung in a few days, and while the answer is a […]

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2019-04-21 09:06:12



Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2 trailer brings in the White Walkers - CNET  

It's a long, cold wait until Sunday night, so start hunting through the teaser for spoilers.

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2019-04-21 08:08:31



How to find your lost Android phone video - CNET  

If you lose your phone, there are ways you can try tracking it down again. Here's how to find a lost Android.

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2019-04-21 08:06:42



Bitcoin Couldn't Hide Russia's Operatives From Mueller's Investigation  

"Russian operatives used cryptocurrency at almost every stage in their online efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, according to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's final report on his investigation." So says CNN, adding that "Systems used in the hacking of the Democratic Party were paid for using Bitcoin, as were online hosting services that supported websites which published hacked materials and were used in the targeting of disinformation at American voters." The Russi

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2019-04-21 07:34:00



What Galaxy Fold's breaking screens mean for the future of foldable phones - CNET  

The Galaxy Fold's screen troubles reveal just how fragile foldable phone designs can be.

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2019-04-21 06:15:24



Game of Thrones season 8, episode 2: How to watch, premiere recap, schedule and how to stream HBO without cable - CNET  

One episode down, five more to go.

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2019-04-21 05:54:52



Forget the Galaxy S10, we found a deal on a new Galaxy S8 for $370 - CNET  

We found a Galaxy S8, LG V35 and V30 that each cost under $400.

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2019-04-21 04:45:50



Prepare for Endgame with this Marvel movie sale: Infinity War, Thor, Ant-Man and more for $10 each - CNET  

Cant wait for Avengers: Endgame? Stock up on these MCU movies in the meantime.

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2019-04-21 04:43:41



Sri Lanka blocks social media sites after deadly explosions  

The government of Sri Lanka has temporarily blocked access to several social media services following deadly explosions that ripped through the country, killing at least 207 people and injuring hundreds more. Eight bombings were reported, including during Easter services at three churches, on the holiest weekend of the Christian calendar. In a brief statement, the […]

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2019-04-21 04:39:23



'Pi VizuWall' Is a Beowulf Cluster Built With Raspberry Pi's  

Why would someone build their own Beowulf cluster -- a high-performance parallel computing prototype -- using 12 Raspberry Pi boards? It's using the standard Beowulf cluster architecture found in about 88% of the world's largest parallel computing systems, with an MPI (Message Passing Interface) system that distributes the load over all the nodes. Matt Trask, a long-time computer engineer now completing his undergraduate degree at Florida Atlantic University, explains how it grew out of his

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2019-04-21 04:34:00



Marvel movie madness: My race to see them all before Avengers: Endgame - CNET  

Update: 17 MCU movies down, four to go. It's been a wild ride, and I've managed to stay spoiler-free... so far.

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2019-04-21 04:19:04



Galaxy Fold's screen woes and more: How my foldable review unit is doing so far - CNET  

Our Galaxy Fold screen is in good shape, and the ongoing review continues.

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2019-04-21 04:17:54



The Game Boy made me a Nintendo fan, the Switch brought me back - CNET  

The Switch perfectly captures the fun and essence of the original Game Boy and NES.

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2019-04-21 04:14:19



Game of Thrones season 8: How to watch episode 2, premiere recap, schedule and how to stream HBO without cable - CNET  

One episode down, five more to go.

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2019-04-21 04:13:19



Apple Watch Series 4 vs. Galaxy Watch Active: What's the best smartwatch? - CNET  

Both are great fitness smartwatches, but the Galaxy Watch Active costs half the price of the Apple Watch. Does that make it the best choice? We'll help you decide.

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2019-04-21 04:11:09



Galaxy Note 10: Rumors, price, release date, specs and everything else - CNET  

All the rumors swirling around Samsung's upcoming, ultra-luxe phone

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2019-04-21 04:06:37



Lost or stolen Android phone? Here's how to get it back - CNET  

It can happen to anyone, but there are steps you can take to recover your lost or stolen phone.

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2019-04-21 03:32:08



Earth Day 2019: Go greener with these cool eco-friendly products - CNET  

Make Earth Day an everyday event with reusable sandwich bags, solar-powered gadgets and shoes made from water bottles.

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2019-04-21 02:32:43



Nintendo Labo's VR future isn't about the screen - CNET  

My kid and I talked to Labo creator Tsubasa Sakaguchi on the present and future of Nintendo's weirdest cardboard ideas.

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2019-04-21 02:17:58



The Nintendo Game Boy was a console designed to last for a lifetime (my lifetime) - CNET  

On its 30th anniversary, we take a look at what made the original Nintendo Game Boy so special.

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2019-04-21 02:03:56



Next Toyota 86, Subaru BRZ may move to Toyota's TNGA platform, report says - Roadshow  

A source told Motoring that Subaru's global AWD platform was a no-go.

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2019-04-21 01:37:57



'How the Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks to a Software Developer'  

Slashdot reader omfglearntoplay shared this article from IEEE's Spectrum. In "How the Boeing 737 Max Disaster Looks to a Software Developer," pilot (and software executive) Gregory Travis argues Boeing tried to avoid costly hardware changes to their 737s with a flawed software fix -- specifically, the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (or MCAS): It is astounding that no one who wrote the MCAS software for the 737 Max seems even to have raised the possibility of using multiple in

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2019-04-21 01:34:00



The rules of the Game Of Oligarchs  

Technology shrinks the world, makes geography less relevant. People find kinship, common cause, and community on the Internet, across nations and sometimes even languages. When the Internet began to erupt, when its connections began to draw such people closer together, this was anticipated with great hope and excitement. And with reason. At their best, the […]

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2019-04-21 01:30:18



Google Doodle goes to new heights (and depths) to celebrate Earth Day - CNET  

An animated Doodle slideshow spotlights different endangered organisms from different elevations.

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2019-04-21 01:19:27



The UK's latest list of most hacked passwords is as bad as you'd think  

Names, soccer players, musicians and fictional characters make up some of the worst passwords of the year, according to the U.K. government’s National Cyber Security Center. But nothing beats “123456” as the worst password of all. It’s no shock to any seasoned security pro. For years, the six-digit password has been donned the worst password […]

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2019-04-21 01:06:16



'Some Cheers, A Few Sneers For Google's URL Solution For AMP'  

The Verge explains what all the commotion is about: AMP stands for "Accelerated Mobile Pages," and you've probably noticed that those pages load super quickly and usually look much simpler than regular webpages. You may have also noticed that the URL at the top of your browser started with instead of with the webpage you thought you were visiting. Google is trying to fix that by announcing support for something called "Signed Exchanges." What it should mean is

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2019-04-20 23:34:00



Smoke 'Seen For Miles' as SpaceX Crew Dragon Suffers Anomaly at Cape Canaveral  

An anonymous reader quotes Florida Today: A SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule suffered an anomaly during a routine test fire at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Saturday afternoon, the 45th Space Wing confirmed today. "On April 20, 2019, an anomaly occurred at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station during the Dragon 2 static test fire," Wing Spokesman Jim Williams told FLORIDA TODAY. "The anomaly was contained and there were no injuries." SpaceX's Crew Dragon, also referred to as Dragon 2, is designed t

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2019-04-20 22:41:00



From lab-grown meat to fermented fungus, here's what corporate food VCs are serving up  

We put together a list of venture funds operated by some of the larger food and beverage producers, covering literally everything from soup to nuts (plus lunch meat and soda, too!).

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2019-04-20 21:39:19



Erlang Creator Joe Armstrong Has Died  

Rogers Cadenhead (Slashdot reader #4,482) writes: Joe Armstrong, the computer scientist best known as one of the creators of the Erlang programming language, died Saturday. Erlang Solutions founder Francesco Cesarini shared the news on Twitter and said, "His work has laid the foundation which will be used by generations to come. RIP @joeerl, thank you for inspiring us all." Erlang was created by Armstrong, Robert Virding and Mike Williams at the Ericsson telecom company in 1986 and became

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2019-04-20 21:34:00



The CIA Accuses Huawei Of Being Secretly Funded By China's State Intelligence  

"U.S. intelligence has accused Huawei Technologies of being funded by Chinese state security, The Times said on Saturday." Long-time Slashdot reader hackingbear shares a story from Reuters: The CIA accused Huawei of receiving funding from China's National Security Commission, the People's Liberation Army and a third branch of the Chinese state intelligence network, the British newspaper reported, citing a source. Earlier this year, U.S. intelligence shared its claims with other members of

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2019-04-20 20:34:00



Coachella 2019 livestream for Saturday: Billie Eilish, Tame Impala, Weezer - CNET  

A curated livestream is bringing you select performances from weekend two of the 2019 festival, without the crowds.

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2019-04-20 19:51:26



An Interstellar Meteor May Have Hit Earth  

Two Harvard researchers believe a small meteor that struck earth in 2014 was from another solar system, saying it's "like getting a message in a bottle from a distant location." CNN reports: Dr. Abraham Loeb, the chair of the Department of Astronomy at Harvard University, and his co-author Amir Siraj, studied the velocity of objects entering the Earth's atmosphere, which can be used to predict whether the object was traveling in relation to our sun's orbit... Of the three fastest objects on r

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2019-04-20 19:34:00



Nest vs Ring vs Abode vs SimpliSafe: Which smart home security cameras have the best privacy? - CNET  

Are those wireless signals encrypted? Is anyone watching those video clips? We asked all of the top providers -- here's what they said.

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2019-04-20 19:20:54



Boeing faces accusations of negligence at Dreamliner plant - CNET  

A New York Times report alleges the company favored speed over safety while moving planes through production.

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2019-04-20 19:10:05



Canada Civil Liberties Group Argues Toronto Shouldn't Be 'Google's Lab Rat'  

"A civil liberties group in Canada is suing three tiers of government over potential privacy issues posed by Sidewalk Labs's plan to develop a 12-acre smart city in Toronto, which will be approved or denied later this summer," reports Fast Company. The fight centers around a taxpayer-funded organization jointly created by the federal, provincial, and municipal governments: The Canadian Civil Liberties Association claims that Waterfront Toronto, let alone Sidewalk Labs, doesn't have the jurisd

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2019-04-20 18:34:00



Corporate Surveillance: When Employers Collect Data on Their Workers  

An anonymous reader quotes CNBC: The emergence of sensor and other technologies that let businesses track, listen to and even watch employees while on company time is raising concern about corporate levels of surveillance... Earlier this year, Amazon received a patent for an ultrasonic bracelet that can detect a warehouse worker's location and monitor their interaction with inventory bins by using ultrasonic sound pulses. The system can track when and where workers put in or remove items from t

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2019-04-20 17:34:00



My mad race to watch every Marvel movie before Avengers: Endgame - CNET  

Update: 17 MCU movies down, four to go. It's been a wild ride, and I've managed to stay spoiler-free... so far.

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2019-04-20 17:21:16



America Reports Its First Cases of A Fungus Resistant To All Major Drugs  

An anonymous reader quotes the New York Times: About 90 percent of C. auris strains are resistant to at least one drug, and 30 percent are resistant to two or more of the three major classes of antifungal drugs. However, on Tuesday, the C.D.C. confirmed that it has learned in the last month of the first known cases in the United States of so-called "pan-resistant" C. auris -- a strain resistant to all major antifungals, said Dr. Tom Chiller, head of the agency's fungal division, in an interview

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2019-04-20 16:34:00



On 420, say high to these gadgets for weed lovers - CNET  

Take a toke with tech. From a vaporizer with an app to a smell-squashing backpack, we've got your pot gadgets and gear right here.

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2019-04-20 16:30:12



New Device Treats Childhood ADHD With Electric Pulses To Their Foreheads While They Sleep  

An anonymous reader quotes CNN: The first medical device to treat childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, was OK'd Friday by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. Designated for children ages 7 to 12 who are not currently on medication for the disorder, the device delivers a low-level electrical pulse to the parts of the brain responsible for ADHD symptoms.... The pocket-sized device is connected by wire to a small adhesive patch placed on the child's forehead above the ey

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2019-04-20 15:34:00



Watch the Aston Martin DBX SUV rip around the Nurburgring - Roadshow  

The more high-sided noisemakers, the better.

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2019-04-20 15:21:34



'Incognito Mode' Isn't Really Private. Try Browser Compartmentalization  

tedlistens writes: One of the most common techniques people think can help hide their activity is the use of an "incognito" mode in a browser," writes Michael Grothaus at Fast Company. But "despite what most people assume, incognito modes are primarily built to block traces of your online activity being left on your computer -- not the web. Just because you are using incognito mode, that doesn't mean your ISP and sites like Google, Facebook, and Amazon can't track your activity." However, there'

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2019-04-20 14:34:00



No one knows how to hire, plus brand design and African tech  

Editor's Note: No one knows how to hire Hiring is the lifeblood of the world. Few people do truly singular work; instead, nearly every facet of our civilization is built by groups of humans (and increasingly machines) working in tandem. That presents quite the puzzle though: if teamwork is so critical to the functioning of, […]

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2019-04-20 14:14:10



Apple dismissed Qualcomm's tech in public, while praising it in private - CNET  

The iPhone maker called Qualcomm's engineering "the best" in a memo, according to a Washington Post report.

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2019-04-20 13:42:44



SpaceX Crew Dragon suffers 'anomaly' during engine testing - CNET  

Orange smoke was seen billowing from Landing Zone 1 during testing of the Crew Dragon capsule.

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2019-04-20 13:36:09



26 States Now Ban Or Restrict Community Broadband, Report Finds  

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Motherboard: A new report has found that 26 states now either restrict or outright prohibit towns and cities from building their own broadband networks. Quite often the laws are directly written by the telecom sector, and in some instances ban towns and cities from building their own broadband networks -- even if the local ISP refuses to provide service. The full report by BroadbandNow, a consumer-focused company that tracks US broadband availability, ind

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2019-04-20 13:00:00



Acquisitions, more than IPOs, will create Africa's early startup successes  

Africa has made its global IPO debut. Pan-African e-commerce company Jumia—a $1 billion-valued company—began trading live on the NYSE last week. The stock offering made Jumia the first upstart operating in Africa to list on a major global exchange. This raises expectations for unicorns and IPOs to create the continent's first wave of startup moguls. […]

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2019-04-20 12:52:41



DBS 59 showcases Q by Aston Martin's expertise - Roadshow  

This limited-run supercar features a number of special touches.

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2019-04-20 12:42:46



Marijuana tech is evolving video - CNET  

The marijuana industry is modernizing. With on-demand delivery from Eaze and the ultimate dabbing machine, the Switch by Dr.Dabber. Even vaporizers like the G Pen Gio and DaVinci IQ are catering to consumers' needs.

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2019-04-20 12:33:47



2020 Jaguar XE: More aggressive looks and better tech - Roadshow  

The updated 2020 Jaguar XE gains sharper looks, nicer cabin finishes and a host technology improvements.

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2019-04-20 12:26:22



Cryptocurrency needs government's help, says presidential hopeful Andrew Yang - CNET  

Clearer rules for bitcoin and other virtual currencies will help the US innovate, argues Yang, a Democratic presidential candidate.

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2019-04-20 12:12:03



The Game Boy made me a Nintendo fan, the Switch brought me back - CNET  

The Switch perfectly captures the fun and essence of the original Game Boy and NES.

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2019-04-20 12:04:37



Focal's $3K Stellia headphones are the sound of luxury - CNET  

Focal doesn't just focus on the sound quality of its flagship Stellia headphones; comfort is just as important.

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2019-04-20 11:36:19



How to clean your yoga mat the right way - CNET  

Get the funky smells out of your yoga mat without damaging it in the process.

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2019-04-20 11:23:23



Galaxy Note 10: Rumors, price, release date, specs and everything else - CNET  

All the rumors swirling around Samsung's upcoming, ultra-luxe phone

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2019-04-20 11:09:05



Avengers: Endgame debuts next week: Tell us your fan theories - CNET  

CNET Asks: The 22-film Avengers saga comes to end next week, and we want to know what you hope the movie will reveal.

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2019-04-20 10:57:25



The Nintendo Switch makes me feel like a kid with a Game Boy again - CNET  

The Switch perfectly captures the fun and essence of the original Game Boy and NES.

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2019-04-20 10:44:21



Bacteria Use Viruses To Differentiate Themselves From Their Competitors, Study Finds  

schwit1 shares a report from UPI: Normally, bacteria and viruses are enemies, but new research suggests a viral infection can offer bacteria some benefits -- chiefly, the ability to distinguish friend from foe. Scientists discovered the phenomenon after observing a stark demarcation line between two strains of the bacteria Escherichia coli K-12, but no such divide between identical clones. The related rivals steered clear of one another, while the identical strains swam toward one another. To fi

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2019-04-20 10:00:00



Most badass Galaxy S10 wallpapers: Black hole, Darth Vader, Simpsons and more - CNET  

The best (or at least most entertaining) backdrops for your new Samsung phone.

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2019-04-20 09:47:41



9 great reads from CNET this week - CNET  

We learn how a fitness tracker won't necessarily make you healthy, what the Apple-Qualcomm settlement means for a future 5G device and what's up with the screen-fail on Samsung's new foldable phone.

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2019-04-20 08:57:56



Pot robots, vape pens and Elon Musk: Spend your 420 with CNET's mellowest reads - CNET  

CNET's been on top of the evolution of weed in society. In honor of 420, we've rolled up some of our pot-centric reads for your enjoyment.

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2019-04-20 08:25:15



Xbox One S All-Digital Edition vs. Xbox One X: Comparison and buying advice for Microsoft's game consoles - CNET  

How does Microsoft's most affordable game console stack up against its most expensive one? Here's the quick skinny.

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2019-04-20 07:40:48



Apple is opening up its world of iPhone recycling - CNET  

Keep this in mind as Earth Day approaches: All those iPhones don't recycle themselves.

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2019-04-20 07:37:28



Weed tech heats up with a new smart vaporizer from Apple, Microsoft alums - CNET  

The newest app-enabled vaporizer on the market is the Firefly 2 Plus, and it shows how Silicon Valley is looking to cash in on cannabis as legalization picks up steam.

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2019-04-20 07:28:42



Bees on Notre Dame rooftop survive this week's devastating fire - CNET  

These Parisian bees managed to come through the fire alive and buzzing.

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2019-04-20 07:11:19



Robot News Presenter Causes a Stir On Russian TV  

Russia state news channel Rossiya 24 has introduced a robot presenter for some of its bulletins. The BBC reports that the robot, named Alex, "has already caused a stir, with some viewers complaining about his appearance and accusing him of peddling political propaganda." From the report: The robot was developed by Promobot in the city of Perm. His silicon head is modeled on the face of the company's co-founder Alexei Yuzhakov. At the moment, the robot anchor can only move his facial features and

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2019-04-20 07:00:00






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