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  1. Facebook users sue over collection of call, text history
  2. GLitch: New 'Rowhammer' Attack Can Remotely Hijack Android Phones
  3. How to Keep Hackers Out of Your Facebook and Twitter Accounts
  4. Android P to Block Apps From Monitoring Device Network Activity
  5. Police Forces Around Europe Hit Pirate IPTV Operation
  6. TVAddons Denies Copyright Infringement Claims in Court
  7. ‘Blocking Pirate Sites Through Court is Uncertain, Slow and Expensive’
  8. Bell V-280 goes into first cruise flight
  9. Human rights groups call for protections against discriminatory and biased artificial
  10. Scientists develop the smallest, cheapest electronic nose for search and rescue
  11. RoboFly is first flying-insect micro-robot to go tetherless
  12. Lasers used to transmit video underwater
  13. New antibiotic found in tobacco flowers tears into superbugs
  14. Blocking anti-aging enzymes makes cancer die of old age
  15. VR system could train self-flying drones – without all the crashes
  16. AACUS-equipped autonomous helicopter makes first cargo delivery to US Marines
  17. Bosch plans to use side thrusters to stop motorcycle lowsiding
  18. New research confirms energy needs can be met by renewables
  19. Ferrari unveils achingly gorgeous one-off SP38
  20. Honda Type-R pickup truck will scorch track and road – carrying a bed full of cargo
  21. System identifies people by their footsteps
  22. Electronic nose could find its way into your phone
  23. Nanoparticles carry drug duo into the brain to fight cancer
  24. For the first time, scientists 3D-print human corneas
  25. Lab-grown living muscles help robots lift a finger
  26. System locks down schools in response to gunshots
  27. Virgin Galactic's spaceplane hits new heights in second powered flight
  28. Smoothing the wrinkles in our cells could be a key to reversing aging
  29. Majority of Canadians Consume Online Content Legally, Survey Finds
  30. FCC Asks Amazon & eBay to Help Eliminate Pirate Media Box Sales
  31. ISP Wants US Marshals to Help Serve Piracy Tracking Outfit
  32. Ransomware hits Atlanta police dashcam footage
  33. Update Google Chrome Immediately to Patch a High Severity Vulnerability
  34. Marcus Hutchins, WannaCry-killer, hit with four new charges by the FBI
  35. Facebook bug changed 14 million users’ default privacy settings to public
  36. Electronic license plates introduced in California
  37. The head-first VTOL personal aircraft concept not for the faint of heart
  38. Kitty Hawk demos its production-ready solo sport Flyer
  39. Expendable aerial decoy to provide protection for large military transports
  40. US Army developing a "Third Arm" for soldiers
  41. Russia Wants to Blast Space Junk with Laser Cannon
  42. Army Spends $50 Million to Build Autonomous Supply Convoys
  43. Chunky New Armored Vehicles From Mantis Look Like Space Buggies
  44. First UK legal challenge to question police use of facial recognition technology
  45. Chicago picks The Boring Company for high-speed link to airport
  46. This Supercomputer Can Calculate in 1 Second What Would Take You 6 Billion Years
  47. New maritime electric speed world record set by Jaguar Vector Racing
  48. Tiltrotor Craft That May Replace Black Hawk Prepares for Test Flight
  49. US Spy Agencies Want to Store Data on DNA Computers
  50. DroneCatcher drone-netting drone gets an upgrade
  51. Robotic cuttlefish autonomously scuttles through pipes
  52. Boeing teases hypersonic future with passenger jet concept
  53. Roborace to attempt first self-driving hill climb at Goodwood Festival of Speed
  54. Brainy prosthetic ankle knows what its user is up to
  55. Facebook cancels development of Aquila internet-beaming drone
  56. Nissan and Italdesign team to create a prototype "GT-R without limits"
  57. Pitbull military drone-jammer is ready-to-wear
  58. Individual Soldiers Will One Day Control Swarms of Robots
  59. DoD stands up its artificial intelligence hub
  60. Facebook shuts down Hello, Moves and tbh apps
  61. Gmail messages 'read by human third parties'
  62. Look, up in the sky! It's Disney's new autonomous acrobatic robot
  63. HAMR micro-robot now walks on – or under – the water
  64. High-tech Porsche scorches the Nurburgring and blows away all-time record
  65. Dodge's SRT Hellcat Redeye launches with a scorching 797 horsepower
  66. US Army Closer to Arming Trucks with High-Energy Lasers
  67. Cargo-carrying long range VTOL moves to full scale prototype stage
  68. Dropcopter's drones boost crop pollination by up to 60% in bad bee years
  69. RMK E2: Finnish electric motorcycle rocks sweet hubless rim motor
  70. Facial recognition trial takes off at Sydney Airport
  71. First production Solo three-wheeler EV rolls off the assembly line
  72. Ride along with Roborace's autonomous race car at Goodwood
  73. Opener launches BlackFly fixed-wing VTOL flying car that doesn't require a license
  74. California chosen to host Daimler/Bosch self-driving pilot project
  75. Irish Silk Road figure extradited to the US
  76. Senators call on FTC to investigate smart TVs tracking viewers' data
  77. Here's What Sophia, the First Robot Citizen, Thinks About Gender and Consciousness
  78. Skype To Add Call Recording Feature for Its 300 Million Users
  79. New light-emitting implant zaps cancer tumors with incredible precision
  80. Spider silk could be used to create artificial skin to help heal wounds
  81. Aston Martin flying concept brings style and luxury to the skies
  82. Flying whale: Airbus BelugaXL takes flight
  83. 2,018 drones take to the air as Intel sets yet another world record
  84. Levis Motorcycles comes back to life with the V6 Café Racer
  85. Blue Origin pushes the envelope to complete 9th test flight
  86. Mozilla: Copyright Laws Stifle Creativity and Innovation
  87. Sony, Universal and Warner Ask Sky to Disconnect Pirate Subscribers
  88. New study links Alzheimer's disease with liver function and diet
  89. "Double punch" treatment fights cancer while reducing kidney damage side effects
  90. AI big guns pledge not to develop autonomous "killer robots"
  91. Karate-chopping Centauro robot shows that four legs are better than two
  92. Free Facial Recognition Tool Can Track People Across Social Media Sites
  93. Researchers Developed Artificial Intelligence-Powered Stealthy Malware
  94. Amazon Alexa Now Offers Integration with Major TV Providers
  95. 50 years in the making, a restored streamliner claims the land speed record
  96. Google tracks your movements, like it or not
  97. Mystery Russian satellite's behaviour raises alarm in US
  98. Many cannabis health claims aren't backed by science
  99. Google sued over tracking user location amid privacy concerns
  100. No Ban for ‘Stealing’ and ‘Theft’ Terms During Cox’s Piracy Liability Trial
  101. Microsoft discovers new Russian hacking operation targeting US groups
  102. Piracy is the Internet’s Canary in the Coal Mine, MPAA Chief Says
  103. Stratolaunch unveils new rocket booster fleet
  104. Space laser communication system adapted for underwater use
  105. Army Vice Chief Warns Against Overreliance on Drones
  106. Drones hunt cocaine farms in Colombia
  107. Tesla beats Ontario government in 'unjust' EV rebate case
  108. Cox Pays Substantial Settlement to End ‘Repeat Infringer’ Piracy Lawsuit
  109. 3D-printed gun blueprints ban extended
  110. Curtiss pays tribute to a land speed hero with stretched-out electric Hera streetbike
  111. Autonomous underwater robot hunts and harvests massively invasive lionfish
  112. Disney's 'Netflix-killer' finally has a name
  113. Prototype bionic eye created with custom 3D printer
  114. Facebook Watch video service launches worldwide
  115. U.S. anarchist selling 3D-printed gun plans: 'Canada can sleep soundly.' Security exp
  116. Cannabis extract could form basis of new anti-psychotic treatments
  117. Life-size Bugatti Chiron made from a million Lego pieces ... and it actually drives
  118. Self-leveling motorcycle headlight bulbs offer a huge, cheap safety upgrade
  119. ‘The Open Internet Is In Imminent Danger!’
  120. SkyRyse builds a bridge to fully autonomous flight
  121. Riderless BMW R1200GS eerily makes its way around a test track
  122. RMK E2 update highlights exposed wiring around that badass hubless rear-wheel drive
  123. Demo shows workings of Mesmer animatronics in action
  124. Electric air taxi prototype makes flight debut
  125. The 'Raider' Is an Offroad Scooter for Soldiers
  126. Russia to Demonstrate Active Camouflage for Soldiers, Tanks
  127. Japan's Hayabusa 2 mission lands on target asteroid
  128. Comcast to acquire Sky for $39 billion following bidding war
  129. Early clinical trials showing promise for new kind of cancer vaccine
  130. First direct brain-to-brain "social network" is a true meeting of minds
  131. This Hyperloop pod could carry passengers next year
  132. Japanese construction robot demonstrates the future of building
  133. File-sharing Site Openload Generates More Traffic Than Hulu or HBO Go
  134. Chinese Spying Chips Found Hidden On Servers Used By US Companies
  135. Facebook Takes a Break from Privacy Scandals to Release a Smart Camera That Films You
  136. Silk Road Admin Pleads Guilty – Could Face Up to 20 Years in Prison
  137. Bank Servers Hacked to Trick ATMs into Spitting Out Millions in Cash
  138. Facebook's Messenger makeover focuses on simplicity
  139. How to Track a Lost iPhone
  140. Firefox update adds improved tracking protection
  141. Self-driving school bus test halted in US
  142. It Just Got Easier to Make Hordes of Blood Cell-Sized Robots All at Once
  143. Teaching machines to make life and death decisions on the road
  144. This Carbon-Bodied, Demon-Powered Dodge Charger Isn't a Dodge Charger
  145. Wi-Fi could get much faster thanks to a proposed change in the wireless spectrum
  146. 208hp, 187mph: MV Agusta unleashes the world's fastest nakedbike
  147. Meet Harley-Davidson's great electric hope: The production-ready 2020 Livewire
  148. New Supercomputer with 1 Million Processors Is World's Fastest Brain-Mimicking Machin
  149. Real "fake news": China introduces AI news anchor
  150. Jetpack Daredevils Fly Through Norwegian Fjords at Breakneck Speed
  151. Amazon reportedly ordered to hand over Echo recordings in N.H. murder trial
  152. This change can make your online browsing faster and more private
  153. Can Anyone Stop Our Slide into Face-Scanning Dystopia?
  154. How to unsend messages you’ve sent via Facebook and other apps
  155. Facebook Files Patent For Technology That Can Identify Your Family Based on Photos
  156. Brave promises websites will load 20 times faster with SpeedReader mode
  157. “Internet of Ears” ?
  158. Odysseus, the Solar-Powered Aircraft That Can Fly for Months
  159. Lockheed begins manufacture of X-59 Quiet Supersonic Technology aircraft
  160. Brain implant lets paralyzed people turn thoughts into text
  161. Here’s what you should do before setting up that new smart speaker
  162. Scam websites are using that green https padlock to fool you
  163. 8 Popular Android Apps Caught Up In Million-Dollar Ad Fraud Scheme
  164. Telecom mediator sees 57% spike in complaints in 2017-18, mainly about wireless
  165. Music Industry Asks US Govt. to Reconsider Website Blocking
  166. Fake Bomb Threat Emails Demanding Bitcoins Sparked Chaos Across US, Canada
  167. Microsoft building Chrome-based browser to replace Edge on Windows 10
  168. New Facebook bug exposed millions of photos
  169. Watch a Pontiac GTO Tri-Power V8 Get Rebuilt In Ten Minutes
  170. This Foldable Drone Is a Flying Transformer
  171. A year after net neutrality's repeal, the fight continues
  172. How to disguise your personal web-surfing at work
  173. 5G rides one last wave of hype before reality sinks in
  174. This change can make your online browsing faster and more private
  175. Six router settings you should change right now
  176. Lazareth teases transforming, flying motorcycle with jet turbines in its wheels
  177. Windows 10 may offer deeper support for AI helpers like Alexa
  178. Facebook's Latest Leak Is a Timely Reminder That Your Data Is Snagged Even Before You
  179. Alexa can control your home security system
  180. CRTC says cheaper data-only plans on the way
  181. Courts Want “Something More” Than an IP-Address to Catch Pirates
  182. New Malware Takes Commands From Memes Posted On Twitter
  183. 6 ways to delete yourself from the internet
  184. Hexapod robot folds for transit, walks out for missions
  185. Honda tests self-driving, off-road “Autonomous Work Vehicles”
  186. NASA engineer creates glitter bomb package to thwart parcel thieves
  187. The Air Force’s Next Great Fighter Jet Could Cost $300 Million Apiece
  188. The U.S. Just Finalized The Largest Offshore Wind Sale in the Nation's History
  189. Will We Ever Be Able to Time Travel Into the Past?
  190. Scientists Proposed a Nuclear 'Tunnelbot' to Hunt Life in Europa's Hidden Ocean
  191. SpaceX's Starship test vehicle could fly by April
  192. Net neutrality battle heads to court in 2019
  193. First look at ultra-fast Sikorsky/Boeing SB>1 Defiant dual-rotor helicopter
  194. Proximity testing complete, Jetpack Aviation prepares to launch the world's first jet
  195. Watch a Stealth Bomber Drop Two of World’s Largest Conventional Bombs
  196. Russia’s New Hypersonic Missile Travels Nearly Two Miles a Second
  197. Why it is important to outsmart the smart devices
  198. You just unwrapped a new device. Here's what to do first.
  199. Electrical fault at power plant turned New York’s skyline blue
  200. Russia Tests Yet Another Hypersonic Weapon
  201. Are you ready for the great streaming wars of 2019?
  202. FCC to suspend operations January 3rd unless funding resumes
  203. Court tosses lawsuit over Google Photos' facial recognition
  204. Data breaches can sucker-punch you. Prepare to fight back
  205. Breakthrough study explains how the immune system puts cancer cells to sleep
  206. Wireless "pacemaker for the brain" can detect and prevent seizures autonomously
  207. Anti-aging discovery reveals importance of immune system in clearing old cells
  208. FCC Clears Google's Bonkers Radar Motion Tech
  209. Alphabet's Loon internet balloons broadcast their strongest signal yet
  210. Did 2018 usher in a creeping tech dystopia?
  211. Watch Fighter Jets Zoom Through 'Star Wars Canyon'
  212. Streaming TV may never be as simple or inexpensive as it is now
  213. Smart speakers just a fad? Think again. The year ahead for Alexa, Google, Siri
  214. AI Can Now Decode Words Directly from Brain Waves
  215. Hacker forces Chromecasts and smart TVs to promote PewDiePie
  216. DDoSing Hospital Networks Landed This Hacktivist in Jail for Over 10 Years
  217. Turns Out Kaspersky Labs Helped FBI Catch Alleged NSA Leaker
  218. The Weather Channel Is Being Sued for Selling Your Data. How Long Before All the Othe
  219. Ryuk ransomware banks $3.7 million in five months
  220. Scientists Are Legit Building a Steam-Powered Spaceship, And It Sounds Awesome
  221. US judge rules that feds can't force fingerprint or face phone unlocks
  222. Proposed FAA rules loosen restrictions on drone flights at night
  223. US signs act that opens government data to the public into law
  224. What Jailbreaking Actually Is And How To Do It
  225. Article 13 Suspense Builds as Finish Line Nears
  226. Microsoft splits Cortana from search in Windows 10
  227. The Best Accessories for Getting the Most Out of Your MacBook
  228. How To Get Into a Locked iPhone
  229. How to access a remote computer using Google Remote Desktop
  230. Brain implant shows promise for stopping seizures
  231. Alzheimer’s blood test breakthrough identifies disease a decade before symptoms appea
  232. Vuhl finally unveils its 05RR open-top power-to-weight monster
  233. Next Dodge Challenger to be electrified, says FCA boss
  234. Russian Start-Up Wants to Project Giant Billboards in Space
  235. How smart technology gets you to continue paying long after point of sale
  236. MPAA and RIAA Want Site Blocking in New US-UK Trade Deal
  237. Alleged Russian Hacker Pleads Not Guilty After Extradition to United States
  238. Even if you’re off social media, your friends could be ruining your privacy
  239. Facebook let children run up huge bills, court papers show
  240. Facebook to integrate Instagram, Messenger and WhatsApp
  241. Millions of piracy notices coming to Canadians can no longer demand cash
  242. Why incels are a 'real and present threat' for Canadians
  243. New drug stops cancer growth by disrupting its cellular circadian clock
  244. Bell V-280 Valor tiltrotor hits namesake 280 knots for the first time
  245. VTOL drone improves on its predecessor in almost every way
  246. Super Bowl: experimental radar aims to stop drone drama at game
  247. Record Labels and Rightscorp Destroyed Vital Piracy Evidence, ISP Says
  248. Bell Asked Canadian Government to Ban Certain VPNs
  249. On Data Privacy Day, here's a reminder that you have none
  250. Potential Blackhawk Replacement Starts Ground Tests