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  • Amazon reveals sleek new e-reader, beefed-up HDX tablet, keyboard

    17 September 2014, 9:00 pm by: Casey Johnston

    The HDX tablet makes a play for the Microsoft Surface's territory.
  • Credit card data theft hit at least three retailers, lasted 18 months

    17 September 2014, 7:35 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    Service provider says Goodwill breach started in 2013; other victims unnamed.
  • Perpetrators of alleged hate crime in crosshairs thanks to CCTV, social media

    17 September 2014, 6:40 pm by: Megan Geuss

    Occasionally some good comes of the panopticon.
  • Sorry, AT&T and Verizon: 4Mbps isn’t fast enough for “broadband”

    17 September 2014, 5:55 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    FCC chairman says Americans shouldn’t subsidize Internet service under 10Mbps.
  • iOS 8 HealthKit app support delayed until “end of the month”

    17 September 2014, 5:00 pm by: Sam Machkovech

    Bug stops HealthKit debut dead in its fitness-minded tracks, for now.
  • Eight days later, Bungie leaving disconnected Destiny players stranded

    17 September 2014, 3:12 pm by: Sam Machkovech

    Customer service is currently limited to a forum with few official responses.
  • Artificial sweeteners may leave their users glucose intolerant

    17 September 2014, 2:59 pm by: John Timmer

    Saccharin and other sweeteners alter the bacteria living in our guts.
  • Senior IT worker at top tech law firm arrested for insider trading

    17 September 2014, 2:48 pm by: Joe Mullin

    Dimitry Braverman accused of making $300k trading Seagate and other tech stocks.
  • Japan stuck in some kind of time warp, still loves music CDs

    17 September 2014, 2:29 pm by: Ron Amadeo

    Digital sales are actually going down, dropping to half their 2009 numbers.
  • You thought this year was bad: Sony predicts $2.1B loss in fiscal 2015

    17 September 2014, 2:05 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    If forecast holds, Sony will have lost over $12B in just eight years.
  • iOS 8 over-the-air updates are rolling out now

    17 September 2014, 1:26 pm by: Andrew Cunningham

    Time to get all the features you've been reading about all morning.
  • Researchers create a one-dimensional crystal

    17 September 2014, 1:18 pm by: John Timmer

    Pack alternatively charged ions inside a carbon nanotube.
  • Senators opposing net neutrality rake in more campaign cash

    17 September 2014, 1:15 pm by: David Kravets

    Money and the public lining up on opposite sides of the net neutrality debate.
  • Google’s rumored Android Silver program is reportedly dead

    17 September 2014, 1:06 pm by: Ron Amadeo

    The plan to bring high-end, stock Android phones to carrier stores has fizzled out.
  • New e-mail shows “stingray” maker may have lied to FCC back in 2010

    17 September 2014, 1:00 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    E-mail from Harris Corp. to FCC says snooping devices are only for emergencies.
  • Air Force funds pocket-sized drone for surveilling tight spaces

    17 September 2014, 12:47 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    CyPhy Works’ Extreme Access Pocket Flyer uses tether to fly without batteries.
  • Popular financial trojan Citadel gets a makeover as a corporate spy

    17 September 2014, 12:20 pm by: Robert Lemos

    IBM researchers discover Middle East chem suppliers are targeted by advanced attacks.
  • Senators cave to industry, abandon unbundling of broadcast TV channels

    17 September 2014, 11:50 am by: Jon Brodkin

    Proposal to let TV customers choose which channels to pay for killed for now.
  • A slide into obsolescence: iOS 8 on the iPad 2

    17 September 2014, 9:29 am by: Casey Johnston

    It didn't seem like 6 could be worse than 7, but 7 to 8 is a different story.
  • iOS 8 on the iPhone 4S: Performance isn’t the (only) problem

    17 September 2014, 9:26 am by: Andrew Cunningham

    New OS wants screen space and processing power that the old phone doesn't have.
  • iOS 8, thoroughly reviewed

    17 September 2014, 9:22 am by: Andrew Cunningham

    A big, developer-centric update completes the overhaul started in iOS 7.
  • Android Browser flaw a “privacy disaster” for half of Android users

    16 September 2014, 7:00 pm by: Peter Bright

    Bug enables malicious sites to grab cookies, passwords from other sites.
  • Why T-Mobile needs Wi-Fi calling: its network can’t match AT&T and Verizon

    16 September 2014, 6:30 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    When your network is behind, you have to find other ways to compete.
  • Apple’s two-factor authentication now protects iCloud backups

    16 September 2014, 5:47 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    Elcomsoft’s backup ripper, other tools now can’t gain access with password only.
  • US law would safeguard free-speech rights to criticize business online

    16 September 2014, 5:35 pm by: David Kravets

    Lawmaker says "it's un-American" to penalize consumers for "honest" reviews.
  • Court upends $368M ruling against Apple for VirnetX patent infringement

    16 September 2014, 5:20 pm by: Megan Geuss

    Apple infringed on FaceTime and VPN patents, but it may not have to pay.
  • 20 years, 20 questionable game ratings: A timeline of ESRB oddities

    16 September 2014, 5:00 pm by: Kyle Orland

    On the ratings board’s anniversary, we look at some of its more puzzling choices.
  • FBI facial recognition system at “full operational capability”

    16 September 2014, 4:20 pm by: David Kravets

    Bureau says database is for "utilizing biometrics as an investigative enabler."
  • Boeing and SpaceX getting NASA money for manned space launches [Updated]

    16 September 2014, 4:20 pm by: John Timmer

    The two winners are established leaders in unmanned launches.
  • Watch out, California’s self-driving car permits take effect today

    16 September 2014, 2:32 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    State DMV has approved three permits to firms for 29 robot cars; more are coming.

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