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Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
OpenSSL fixes high-severity bugs allowing cookie decryption and code execution   —  Aging and bloated OpenSSL is purged of 2 high-severity bugs  —  Padding oracles and memory corruption threats caused by use of older schemes.  —  Maintainers of the OpenSSL cryptographic library …
May 4, 2016, 2:10 PMIn context
Scott Gilbertson / Ars Technica:
Vivaldi browser review: ultra customization and clever tab management great for power users, but no mobile version and some glitches in version 1.0   —  Even at 1.0, Vivaldi closes in on the cure for the common browser  —  Review: Ultra customization, clever tab management breaks from Chrome, Firefox.
Apr 30, 2016, 8:25 AMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Comcast announces it will raise data caps from 300GB to 1TB on June 1; unlimited data will cost an additional $50 per month   —  A Comcastic miracle: Data caps will go from 300GB to a terabyte  —  Going over the cap will be harder, but also more expensive.
Apr 27, 2016, 5:15 PMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
2016 MacBook review: Marginally better CPU, GPU and much better SSD than previous version, but expensive for features and performance it provides   —  Review: The 2016 Retina MacBook is a faster version of the same machine  —  Improved CPUs, GPUs, and SSDs are all welcome, but the core compromises remain.
Apr 26, 2016, 10:05 AMIn context
Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
Critical Android bugs present in older devices now targeted by malvertising campaigns and other drive-by exploits   —  Active drive-by exploits critical Android bugs, care of Hacking Team  —  Hostile JavaScript delivered through ads installs ransomware on older Android phones.
Apr 25, 2016, 2:20 PMIn context
Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:
Chrome OS source code hints that the Google Play Store and “over a million” Android apps could be coming to Chrome OS   —  It looks like the Play Store is headed to Chrome OS with “millions” of apps  —  Google Play integration clues pop up in the source code and on users' devices.
Apr 25, 2016, 8:05 AMIn context
Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:
High-end smartphones priced at about $400 are on the rise, disrupting $700 flagships   —  The rise of the $400 smartphone—you want how much for a flagship?  —  Newcomers to the smartphone market are arriving with disruptive pricing.  —  For a long time, the cost of a fast …
Apr 24, 2016, 10:55 PMIn context
J.M. Porup / Ars Technica:
Documents show UK intelligence agencies can access “Bulk Personal Datasets” containing sensitive personal information with flimsy safeguards against abuse   —  UK intel agencies spy indiscriminately on millions of innocent folks  —  The UK's intelligence agencies (MI5, MI6 …
Apr 22, 2016, 7:25 AMIn context
Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:
Supposed pictures of 2016 Moto G show a fingerprint reader, and an extra sensor above the camera   —  The 2016 Moto G gets photographed, complete with fingerprint reader  —  See what is probably the first Motorola phone made under Lenovo's direction.  —  A supposed picture of the new Moto G …
Apr 19, 2016, 10:30 AMIn context
Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:
Google adds a secure beacon feature to its Eddystone beacon format to enable private interactions   —  Google's Eddystone beacons offer a privacy-focused way to track your stuff  —  Google's bluetooth beacon hopes to bring the Internet of Things to all your things.
Apr 15, 2016, 4:00 PMIn context

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