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  • Google sends event invites out to Indian press, must be Android One

    1 September 2014, 10:54 pm by: Ron Amadeo

    Google’s plans for “High quality, affordable” handsets will be unveiled on 9/15.
  • How a new HTML element will make the Web faster

    1 September 2014, 9:00 pm by: Ars Staff

    Today, the average size of a webpage is 1.7MB—1MB from images—but change is afoot.
  • What Jennifer Lawrence can teach you about cloud security

    1 September 2014, 4:45 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    Posting of celeb pics exposes the weakest links in cloud services, smartphones.
  • NASA rover to get Martian memory wipe

    1 September 2014, 4:43 pm by: Robert Lemos

    Robots, the Red Planet, and a memory wipe, and it's not the next blockbuster.
  • Move over Iceland: Tavurvur in Papua New Guinea is the volcano to watch

    1 September 2014, 4:15 pm by: The Conversation

    Caldera is overdue for a truly devastating eruption.
  • American Southwest has 80% chance of decade-long drought this century

    1 September 2014, 2:35 pm by: Scott K. Johnson

    It has happened before, and warming won’t help.
  • How Dragon Age: Inquisition carries the story onto next gen

    1 September 2014, 1:00 pm by: WIRED UK

    On DA2: "They expected an apple pie and we gave them hamburger."
  • Gencon: Pics from the world’s largest—and nerdiest—gaming convention

    1 September 2014, 11:30 am by: Nate Anderson

    You know you want to see Batman wearing a yellow kilt.
  • Cities scramble to upgrade “stingray” tracking as end of 2G network looms

    1 September 2014, 10:35 am by: Cyrus Farivar

    Oakland is latest city confirmed seeking Hailstorm upgrade, targeting 4G LTE.
  • Trinitite: The radioactive rock buried in New Mexico before the Atari games

    1 September 2014, 9:00 am by: Megan Geuss

    A short story about a strange glass.
  • Sports fan lobbyist fights NFL blackouts, taxpayer-funded stadiums, and Comcast

    31 August 2014, 6:30 pm by: Jon Brodkin

    David Goodfriend aims to terrify billionaires, end public subsidies for sports.
  • FLIR One gives your iPhone infrared Predator vision

    31 August 2014, 5:00 pm by: Lee Hutchinson

    For $349, you too can see in the dark like an intergalactic big game hunter.
  • Strangers will verbally deliver your messages with this app

    31 August 2014, 2:45 pm by: WIRED UK

    Artist/writer Miranda July adds app development to her resume with the Somebody app.
  • Learning CPR from YouTube: maybe not a great idea

    31 August 2014, 2:00 pm by: WIRED UK

    Only a fraction of the videos posted on the website met health guidelines.
  • Same box, better graphics: improving performance within console generations

    31 August 2014, 1:00 pm by: Kyle Orland

    The hardware may stay the same, but the fidelity improves as time goes on.
  • Review: A $229 unlocked phone that marries the Galaxy S5 to the Moto G

    30 August 2014, 2:45 pm by: Andrew Cunningham

    Kogan's Agora 4G is a solid midrange phone with a couple of quirks.
  • Is there a benefit to compiling your code as you go?

    30 August 2014, 2:00 pm by: Stack Exchange

    Compiling allows you to fix errors quickly.
  • John Walker, the Navy spy who defined crypto-betrayal, dead at 77

    30 August 2014, 1:40 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    Opinion: If you want to call anyone a traitor, measure them against John Walker first.
  • Hackers stole security check info on at least 25,000 DHS employees

    30 August 2014, 11:41 am by: Sean Gallagher

    Homeland Security tallies damage from breach at USIS, and it's not pretty.
  • Offline attack shows Wi-Fi routers still vulnerable

    30 August 2014, 8:15 am by: Robert Lemos

    An attack can break into some common Wi-Fi routers, via a configuration feature.
  • Samsung licenses HERE maps, still trying to escape the Google ecosystem

    29 August 2014, 8:30 pm by: Ron Amadeo

    Samsung finally has a backup plan for the most important app in Google's arsenal.
  • Gencon: My journey into the heart of the nerd kingdom

    29 August 2014, 6:10 pm by: Nate Anderson

    Scenes from the world's biggest—and nerdiest—gaming convention
  • Internet Archive posts millions of historic images to Flickr

    29 August 2014, 5:00 pm by: Megan Geuss

    Dating from 1500 to 1922, these images are now free and searchable.
  • Steve Jobs gets posthumous design patent on iconic NYC Apple store

    29 August 2014, 4:45 pm by: Joe Mullin

    Patent highlights new glass technology used in the cube's 2011 rebuild.
  • Los Angeles cops do not need to hand over license plate reader data, judge finds

    29 August 2014, 3:50 pm by: Cyrus Farivar

    Judge rules that such disclosure "could greatly harm a criminal investigation."
  • ALS Association drops ‘ice bucket challenge’ trademark app after complaints

    29 August 2014, 2:20 pm by: Joe Mullin

    "Ice Bucket Challenge" was a viral summer sensation, but ALSA didn't invent it.
  • Report: Next iPhone will use NFC for mobile wallet functionality

    29 August 2014, 2:00 pm by: Sam Machkovech

    Matches information about conversations with payment processors, recent patents.
  • The long game: How hackers spent months pulling bank data from JPMorgan

    29 August 2014, 1:25 pm by: Sean Gallagher

    Custom malware + lateral network moves = big problems for banking.
  • An era ends as Microsoft completely shutters MSN Messenger

    29 August 2014, 1:04 pm by: Peter Bright

    Messenger users in China join the rest of the world in switching to Skype.
  • Rival may have roasted Keurig’s coffee-pod DRM

    29 August 2014, 12:05 pm by: Casey Johnston

    Keurig's attempt to lock out third-party pods may not be going well.

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