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mardi 9 janvier 2018, 23:25
Enlarge / Sen. Susan Collins, a Republican from Maine, speaks to members of the media in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017. (credit: Getty Images | Bloomberg) A Democratic effort to reinstate net neutrality rules has won support from a Republican senator and could...
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Enlarge (credit: Lipton / Timothy B. Lee) Last month we covered the story of the Long Island Iced Tea Company rebranding itself as Long Blockchain as part of a broader shift in corporate strategy. The company's stock price tripled over night. On Friday, we got the first...
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Enlarge / The revamped Alienware Command Center's home screen, with its game library on the right. (credit: Jeff Dunn) Another quick update out of CES: Gaming PC maker Alienware is refreshing the Command Center software that comes paired with its line of notebooks and...
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Enlarge / Members of the Texas Army National Guard moved through flooded Houston streets as floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey continued to rise on August 28, 2017. More than 12,000 members of the Texas National Guard were called out to support local authorities in response...
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A press photo of black glass tiles. (credit: Tesla) Tesla began manufacturing solar tiles for solar roof installations in December at the Buffalo, New York, factory that it acquired when it purchased SolarCity in 2016, and the electric vehicle and energy company said it...
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Enlarge / It takes good money (or good luck) to look this good. It's not a huge surprise that the latest test server update for the insanely popular PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PC expands the game's free and paid loot crate system. Despite recent controversy over the...
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Valentina Palladino Large, 15-inch two-in-ones can be unwieldy devices, but that isn't stopping manufacturers from making them. Dell unveiled the new XPS 15 convertible at CES, complete with a design that resembles the original 15-inch XPS laptop while including upgraded...
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Enlarge (credit: Google Fiber) AT&T and Comcast have solidified a court victory over the metro government in Nashville, Tennessee, nullifying a rule that was meant to help Google Fiber compete against the incumbent broadband providers. The case involved Nashville's 'One...
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Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. It's CES time, which means the tech industry is introducing all manner of futuristic new gadgets, but the Dealmaster hasn't stopped finding discounts on the stuff that's...
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If 'java' suddenly dies on your WebLogic or PeopleSoft server, you may be getting mined for Monero. (credit: David Cairns / Getty Images) In a report published on January 7 by SANS Technology Institute, Morphus Labs researcher Renato Marinho revealed what appears to be an...
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The Huawei Mate S. Reports from The Wall Street Journal and other outlets say that AT&T was ready to announce a distribution deal with Chinese smartphone maker Huawei, but the deal fell through at the last minute. The deal would have seen Huawei phones bundled with...
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Enlarge (credit: August) The same-day shipping and delivery market is bursting with companies that want to ensure your packages get to you incredibly fast. One of the newest entrants is August, the smart lock company that was acquired by Assa Abloy last year. At CES, August ...
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An Athlon 64 purchased in 2007. (credit: Fred) Microsoft has suspended delivering the latest Windows update to certain systems with AMD processors after reports that the update was causing the machines to crash with a blue screen of death when booting. The update contains...
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(credit: Jhaymesisviphotography) An open letter to Apple from some investors sparked the tech giant to respond by promising new software tools for parents to restrict and monitor their kids' smartphone use. In a report by The Wall Street Journal, Apple states it has plans...
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SpaceX On Sunday night, SpaceX launched a classified payload known only as 'Zuma' for the US government. But once in space, something went wrong. Here's what we know so far. What is Zuma? It was a government satellite or spacecraft built by Northrop Grumman, which...
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Enlarge / Google CEO Sundar Pichai. (credit: Nguyen Hung Vu) Google engineer James Damore was fired last August after he wrote a controversial memo arguing that Google had gone overboard in its efforts to promote diversity. He generated widespread outrage by suggesting that ...
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Enlarge (credit: Wikimedia Commons) A new study is hinting that a common over-the-counter painkiller, ibuprofen, may be linked to a male reproductive disorder. While the study uses a pretty small sample of male subjects, it's backed up by a set of consistent experiments...
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Enlarge / The ingestible electronic pill. (credit: RMIT University) Scientists often hope to break ground with their research. But a group of Australian researchers would likely be happy with breaking wind. The team developed an ingestible electronic capsule to monitor gas...
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Yes, Westworld is fantastical... but it's oddly factual in many ways, too. (video link)We may have mentioned this once or twice recently, but there has never been a better time to be a nerdy TV fan. Not only do viewers have more of seemingly everything to consider when...
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Ars at CES 2018 Alienware revamps its Command Center app with a centralized game hub Dell’s XPS 15 gets the 2-in-1 treatment, plus Radeon RX Vega graphics August Access will unlock your doors for in-home deliveries The best laptop of last year adds HDR, facial...
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