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The Evil-Twin Framework: A tool for testing WiFi security

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The Controversial Cow Explosion

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The best stuff you can get for under $30 - CNET

Have some spare gift cards? Just looking to treat yourself? Here are some great ideas that won't break the bank. (feedproxy.google)

Screenpresso 1.7.5 Free

Grab, edit and share your screen captures in seconds (downloadcrew)

Dear humans, We thought it was time we looked through YOUR source code. We found a mystery ancestor. Signed, the computers

Well, computers programmed by AI-wielding bio-boffinsThe human genome is hiding secrets that point to a mystery ancestor alongside our hominid cousins the Neanderthals and Denisovans, according to AI software.? (register)

Is California's PG&E The First Climate Change Bankruptcy?

'California's largest power company intends to file for bankruptcy as it faces tens of billions of dollars in potential liability following massive wildfires that devastated parts of the state over the last two years,' reports the Washington Post. Callin (rss.slashdot)

Are You Ready For DNS Flag Day?

Long-time Slashdot reader syn3rg quotes the DNS Flag Day page:The current DNS is unnecessarily slow and suffers from inability to deploy new features. To remediate these problems, vendors of DNS software and also big public DNS providers are going to re (rss.slashdot)

What is Small Scale Scrum?

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Google Criticized Over Its Handling of the End of Google

Long-time Slashdot reader Lauren Weinstein shares his report on how Google is handling the end of its Google service. He's describing it as 'a boot to the head: when you know that Google just doesn't care any more' about users 'who have become 'inconveni (rss.slashdot)

All of Machinima's Videos Were Removed without Any Prior Warning

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A Look at the Amount of Time Smartphone Vendors Have Taken To Roll out Major Android Updates To Their Handsets, and How Things Are Beginning To Improve

Most Android smartphone vendors have been notorious for the time they take to roll out the newest Android OS updates to their respective handsets. To tackle this, Google in 2017 announced Project Treble, which bypasses some middlemen in delivering new upd (rss.slashdot)

Been sleeping on smart lights? Time to wake up - CNET

Commentary: Smart bulbs, smart switches and other smart lights have never been better or more affordable -- and new options are coming this year from Ring, GE, Philips Hue and more. So what's stopping you from buying in? (feedproxy.google)

SNL pits Trump against Congress on Deal or No Deal: Shutdown Edition - CNET

Maybe the president's game-show past will let him end the shutdown this way (feedproxy.google)

Boo, the 'world's cutest dog,' has died, and family is 'heartbroken' - CNET

The fluffy social-media celeb was the star of a calendar and a book and appeared on national talk shows. (feedproxy.google)

Mark Zuckerberg's Mentor 'Shocked and Disappointed' -- But He Has a Plan

Early Facebook investor Roger McNamee published a scathing 3,000-word article adapted from his new book Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe. Here's just one example of what's left him 'shocked and disappointed': Facebook (along with Google and (rss.slashdot)

Tens to be disappointed as Windows 10 Mobile death date set: Doomed phone OS won't see 2020

Microsoft to hang up support on 10 DecemberMicrosoft has formally set the end date for support of its all-but-forgotten Windows 10 Mobile platform.? (register)

Tesla Drastically Increases Supercharger Prices around the World

As if the end of free Supercharging periods wasn't bad enough news, Tesla has now drastically increased Supercharging prices around the world. Downtown locations in New York have been hit with a 33% increase ($0.24/kWh to $0.32/kWh), while prices in Calif (hardocp)

Oracle Systematically Underpaid Thousands of Women, Lawsuit Says

Thousands of women were systematically underpaid at Oracle, one of Silicon Valley's largest corporations, according to a new motion in a class-action complaint that details claims of pervasive wage discrimination. From a report: A motion filed in Californ (rss.slashdot)

Inkscape 1.0 Open-Source Vector Graphics Editor Is Finally Coming After 15 Years

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