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David Kravets / Ars Technica:
US air traffic control computer system vulnerable to terrorist hackers   —  FAA didn't always ensure passwords were encrypted “when transmitted or stored.”  —  The US system for guiding airplanes is open to vulnerabilities from outside hackers, the Government Accountability Office said Monday.
Mar 4, 2015, 9:35 AMIn context
Kyle Orland / Ars Technica:
Sony's new Project Morpheus prototype has 1920 x 1080 OLED display and 120Hz refresh rate, will launch first half of 2016   —  Sony: PS4 gets VR with Project Morpheus in early 2016  —  First major console VR headset set for release in early 2016.  —  SAN FRANCISCO—At a Game Developers …
Mar 3, 2015, 7:50 PMIn context
Sebastian Anthony / Ars Technica:
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 will feature Kryo CPU, Krait's 64-bit successor   —  At long last, it's (almost) time for Qualcomm's custom-designed 64-bit chip.  —  BARCELONA, Spain—Qualcomm, after an agonizingly long wait, has finally revealed a few details about its next-gen, top-end CPU core.
Mar 2, 2015, 6:55 PMIn context
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Google quietly backs away from encrypting new Lollipop devices by default   —  Encrypted storage will only be required in “future versions of Android.”  —  Last year, Google made headlines when it revealed that its next version of Android would require full-disk encryption on all new phones.
Mar 2, 2015, 12:25 PMIn context
Kyle Orland / Ars Technica:
The state of Linux gaming in the SteamOS era   —  After 14 months in beta, where does Valve's new platform push stand?  —  For decades after Linux's early '90s debut, even the hardest of hardcore boosters for the open source operating system had to admit that it couldn't really compete in one important area of software: gaming.
Mar 2, 2015, 5:05 AMIn context
Sam Machkovech / Ars Technica:
Twitter adds “report dox” option, makes some users verify contact info   —  Temporarily banned users may need to confirm phone or e-mail to tweet again.  —  On Thursday, Twitter announced that its abuse-report system, which was recently refined to simplify and shorten the reporting process …
Feb 27, 2015, 1:50 AMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
Verizon mocks FCC ruling with Morse code response dated 1934, despite using Title II to its benefit   —  Verizon issues furious response to FCC, in Morse code, dated 1934  —  Verizon wants 1st Amendment right to edit the Web, but rules from 1934 are too old.
Feb 26, 2015, 8:05 PMIn context
Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
EFF unearths evidence of possible Superfish-style attacks in the wild   —  Crypto-busting apps may been exploited against visitors of Google and dozens more.  —  It's starting to look like Superfish and other software containing the same HTTPS-breaking code library may have posed more than a merely theoretical danger to Internet users.
Feb 26, 2015, 2:35 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
FCC enforces net neutrality, voting to regulate broadband providers as common carriers under Title II and ban paid fast lanes   —  FCC votes for net neutrality, a ban on paid fast lanes, and Title II  —  Internet providers are now common carriers, and they're ready to sue.
Feb 26, 2015, 1:05 PMIn context
Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
W3C finalizes Pointer Events web API spec, but Apple and Google's lack of support is a deal-breaker   —  Pointer Events finalized, but Apple's lack of support still a deal breaker  —  Spec has support from Microsoft, Mozilla, jQuery, and sometimes Google.  But not Cupertino.
Feb 26, 2015, 8:40 AMIn context

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