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  • California woman charged with using spyware to tap a police officer’s phone

    20 October 2014, 7:15 pm by: Megan Geuss

    Investigators say Kristin Nyunt intercepted sensitive law enforcement information.
  • Apple: Beginning February 2015, App Store submissions need to be 64-bit

    20 October 2014, 6:50 pm by: Andrew Cunningham

    64-bit software gets a performance boost, but many apps still aren't on board.
  • Spotify adds family plans with independent profiles

    20 October 2014, 6:15 pm by: Casey Johnston

    Spotify aims to solve problems for multiple people sharing one account.
  • Zuckerberg sues lawyers who represented man claiming half of Facebook

    20 October 2014, 5:37 pm by: David Kravets

    The lawyers "knew or should have known that the lawsuit was a fraud."
  • Mac OS X Yosemite sends location, search data to Apple [Updated]

    20 October 2014, 5:25 pm by: Robert Lemos

    Apple reportedly collects location and search data via Mac's Spotlight feature.
  • People think their opponents are hate-filled—unless you pay them money

    20 October 2014, 5:20 pm by: John Timmer

    Cash for accurate judgments keeps people from thinking the opposition hates them.
  • Chinese government launches man-in-middle attack against iCloud

    20 October 2014, 5:10 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    Targeting new iPhone users to capture user credentials, monitors find.
  • iPads fall for third consecutive quarter, iPhones and Macs boost Apple’s Q4 [Updated]

    20 October 2014, 5:01 pm by: Andrew Cunningham

    The Mac brought in more revenue than the iPad for the first time in a while.
  • Liveblog: Apple’s Q4 2014 earnings call may feature record sales

    20 October 2014, 4:35 pm by: Lee Hutchinson

    Check-in at 2pm PT, signs point to a record-breaking quarter on the back of new iPhones.
  • $90 Time Warner Cable bill becomes $190 after two years

    20 October 2014, 3:35 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    Extra fees and expiration of promotional rate double telecom analyst's bill.
  • Google rolling out new anti-piracy search algorithm

    20 October 2014, 3:23 pm by: David Kravets

    "We’ve now refined the signal in ways we expect to visibly affect the rankings."
  • Ferrari hit with lawsuit for taking over Facebook fan page

    20 October 2014, 3:10 pm by: Joe Mullin

    With social media mavens, some brands waver between collaboration and conflict.
  • Liveblog: Microsoft loves Linux, talks Azure cloud in San Francisco

    20 October 2014, 2:06 pm by: Peter Bright

    The cloud first, mobile first company tells us more about its cloud plans.
  • Comcast’s net neutrality commitments aren’t good enough, senator says

    20 October 2014, 1:30 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    Sen. Leahy asks Comcast to swear off fast lanes even after NBC deal expires.
  • Assassin’s Creed co-creator Jade Raymond leaves Ubisoft

    20 October 2014, 1:22 pm by: Sam Machkovech

    Ten-year tenure included leadership credits on Watch Dogs, Splinter Cell games.
  • Apple releases iOS 8.1 with Apple Pay, Continuity features

    20 October 2014, 1:02 pm by: Andrew Cunningham

    iOS 8 now works more closely with OS X Yosemite.
  • UK convicts man over manga sex images of children

    20 October 2014, 12:50 pm by: David Kravets

    Sex imagery of children can be illegal even if it's a drawing.
  • Struggling IBM pays $1.5 billion to dump its chipmaking business

    20 October 2014, 11:37 am by: Jon Brodkin

    IBM offloads unit to GlobalFoundries, but will still design its own chips.
  • Natural underground CO2 reservoir reveals clues about storage

    20 October 2014, 10:00 am by: Scott K. Johnson

    CO2 has stayed down there for over a million years, but it dissolves slowly.
  • Review: Amazon’s Kindle Voyage e-reader is the king of its niche

    20 October 2014, 9:00 am by: Andrew Cunningham

    At $199, even a great reading experience has limited appeal beyond its core audience.
  • Florida court: Come back with a warrant to track suspects via mobile phone

    20 October 2014, 8:45 am by: Cyrus Farivar

    Florida Supreme Court says drug suspect did not "voluntarily" give up location.
  • DC police’s “stingray” trackers sat in a vault, unused for 6 years

    20 October 2014, 7:00 am by: Cyrus Farivar

    New docs show Washington, DC, cops finally began using snooping devices in 2009.
  • Obama signs “BuySecure” initiative to speed EMV adoption in the US

    19 October 2014, 4:59 pm by: Megan Geuss

    Home Depot, Target also promised to start using chip-and-pin terminals by Jan 2015.
  • From The Wirecutter: the best USB 3.0 hubs

    19 October 2014, 4:00 pm by: Ars Staff

    Surprisingly, they aren't all the same—and we'll show you how we made our pick.
  • Harnessing depression: One Ars writer’s journey

    19 October 2014, 3:00 pm by: Dave Girard

    In his final piece for Ars, Dave Girard talks about life with depression.
  • The real space oddity, Chris Hadfield, is down-to-Earth

    19 October 2014, 2:00 pm by: John Timmer

    Ex-NASA man wants to give everyone the chance to know what it’s like in space.
  • Gigabit cellular networks could happen with 24GHz spectrum, FCC says

    19 October 2014, 11:00 am by: Jon Brodkin

    Indoor coverage will be difficult with ultra-high frequencies, however.
  • “Under internal review,” NSA CTO works part-time for agency’s former chief

    19 October 2014, 10:01 am by: Cyrus Farivar

    It's the second possible conflict of interest involving former NSA head Keith Alexander.
  • Saving money on roaming is still hard—or, how a new startup failed me

    18 October 2014, 4:44 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    Attaché Arrivals promises easy solutions to service abroad, but it's not foolproof yet.
  • Why China’s economic growth hasn’t been getting cleaner

    18 October 2014, 3:00 pm by: Scott K. Johnson

    China wants growth less tied to fossil fuels, but economic goals get in the way.

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