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AMD GPUs Sells Out in 5 Minutes, Gamers Livid at Crypto Miners - CryptoCoinsNews
Bitcoin Prices Retreat From All-Time High
Juicero: The Maker of the Infamous $400 Juicer Is Shutting Down |
China Regulator to Review Apple Antitrust Complaint - Bloomberg
Google to Comply With EU Search Demands to Avoid More Fines - Bloomberg
Facebook says Pages that regularly share false news won’t be able to buy ads | TechCrunch
Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi will be offered the job as Uber’s new CEO - Recode
Fraud Forces WannaCry Hero's Legal Fund To Refund All Donations
China orders internet comments linked to real identities
US cops can't keep license plate data scans secret without reason • The Register
Chinese Agency Linked to Cyber-Espionage Operations Will Review Source Code of Foreign Firms
TaxProf Blog
Nearly 3,000 Bitcoin Miners Exposed Online via Telnet Ports, Without Passwords
Millions of Time Warner Cable Customer Records Exposed in Third-Party Data Leak
Hacking Retail Gift Cards Remains Scarily Easy | WIRED
The Website Lets You Upload Malware Using Its Own Public API Key
Instagram hack: Celebrity contact details revealed - BBC News
Uber riders can make their trips more private
FDA issues recall of 465,000 St. Jude pacemakers to patch security holes | ZDNet
Quebec man fights back after dealer remotely disables car over $200 fee - Montreal - CBC News
711 million email addresses ensnared in 'largest' spambot | ZDNet
Researchers Find a Way to Disable Much-Hated Intel ME Component Courtesy of the NSA
Tech Firms Team Up to Take Down ‘WireX’ Android DDoS Botnet — Krebs on Security
Hit App Sarahah Quietly Uploads Your Address Book
In China, facial recognition is used to buy KFC, board planes, and catch drug users — Quartz
Sharp announces an 8K TV now that you’ve upgraded to 4K - The Verge
Alphabet Finishes Reorganization With New XXVI Company - Bloomberg
Tesla faces labor board complaint alleging interference with unionization | Ars Technica
New Qualcomm auto chipset advances vehicle-to-everything communications | ZDNet
Operating system market share
Facebook has mapped human population in 23 countries
Yes, Google Uses Its Power to Quash Ideas It Doesn’t Like—I Know Because It Happened to Me [Updated]
Comcast sues Vermont to avoid building 550 miles of new cable lines | Ars Technica
Samsung gets self-driving car permit in California - Roadshow
Lawsuit: Amazon sold eclipse glasses that cause “permanent blindness” | Ars Technica
SanDisk Breaks Storage Record With 400GB microSD Card - ExtremeTech
Traditional Radio Faces a Grim Future, New Study Says | Variety
Cummins unveils electric semi truck before Tesla - Autoblog
Kaspersky Lab turns the tables, forces “patent troll” to pay cash to end case | Ars Technica
PayPal Debuts a Credit Card That Offers 2% Cash Back - Bloomberg
Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana are going to work together - Recode
To Survive in Tough Times, Restaurants Turn to Data-Mining - The New York Times
A Game You Can Control With Your Mind - The New York Times
East Africa is leading the world in drone delivery - Aug. 24, 2017
SoftWear Automation's t-shirt sewing robots can make as many shirts per hour as 17 factory workers — Quartz
Domino's testing self-driving pizza delivery - Aug. 29, 2017
Europe unveils world's most powerful X-ray laser | Science | The Guardian
Spiders Are Weaving Webs Strong Enough To Hold Humans Thanks To Scientists