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Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
Researchers find serious nine-year old privilege-escalation bug in Linux kernel, official patch released this week   —  Lurking in the kernel for nine years, flaw gives untrusted users unfettered root access.  —  A serious vulnerability that has been present for nine years in virtually …
Oct 21, 2016, 10:55 AMIn context
Jonathan M. Gitlin / Ars Technica:
Oct 20, 2016, 12:32 PMIn context
Kyle Orland / Ars Technica:
Nintendo unveils Switch, a game console/tablet hybrid with two detachable controllers and a dock for connecting to a TV; device launches in March   —  Tablet system docks to connect to HDTV, comes with detachable controllers.  —  In a three minute “Preview Trailer” released this morning …
Oct 20, 2016, 10:30 AMIn context
Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
LinkedIn says a Russian man arrested in the Czech Republic is believed to be involved in 2012 breach which saw the release of 117M passwords   —  Russian man drove luxury car, then collapsed after being apprehended, police say.  —  An alleged Russian hacker arrested in the Czech Republic following …
Oct 19, 2016, 5:10 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
FTC says it may lose ability to effectively regulate companies like Comcast, Google, and Verizon unless ruling from AT&T case is overturned on appeal   —  FTC seeks to reverse AT&T ruling that may gut consumer protection authority.  —  The Federal Trade Commission is worried …
Oct 18, 2016, 7:25 AMIn context
Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
HP refreshes Spectre x360 with Intel's Kaby Lake processors, a bigger battery, Thunderbolt 3, and Windows Hello support, available now for $1,050   —  HP's Kaby Lake refresh adds some great features to one of our favorite laptops.  —  We really liked HP's Spectre x360 Ultrabook when we reviewed its first Broadwell version last year.
Oct 13, 2016, 9:55 AMIn context
Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:
Verizon and Google say Verizon's Pixels will get OS updates and security patches at the same time as those sold by Google   —  Verizon apparently has turned over a new leaf and “won't stand in the way of updates.”  —  Update 2: Google agrees!  The company told Ars “OS updates …
Oct 12, 2016, 1:45 PMIn context
Sam Machkovech / Ars Technica:
FCC fines Comcast $2.3M for charging customers for services they didn't ask for, including premium channels, DVRs, more, in largest FCC fine of a cable operator   —  “It is basic that a cable bill include charges only for services and equipment ordered.”  —  The FCC announced a $2.3 million fine …
Oct 11, 2016, 2:15 PMIn context
Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
FCC to vote Oct. 27 on broadband privacy rules, requiring users to opt in on sharing sensitive data like location, children's information, and browsing history   —  Pay-for-privacy plans won't be banned, but ISPs face new opt-in requirements.  —  The Federal Communications Commission plans …
Oct 6, 2016, 9:00 PMIn context
Valentina Palladino / Ars Technica:
Pebble 2 review: battery life still lasts several days, water resistance is convenient, and heart rate monitor is accurate, but the fitness software disappoints   —  $130 may get you a HRM, but that doesn't mean it's a serious fitness device.  —  When Pebble made its last big product announcement …
Oct 5, 2016, 4:25 PMIn context

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