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1 Uber: We had "no justification" for covering up data breach
2 If we gave everyone a decent standard of living, could we sustain it?
3 This may be the moment SpaceX opened the cosmos to the masses
4 Naked mole rats have a complicated relationship with cancer
5 There are Ajit Pai "Verizon puppet" jokes that the FCC doesn't want you to read
6 Google's "Yeti" is reportedly a gaming hardware, streaming service beast
7 Uber's ex-CEO: At first, Uber considered Google to be its "big brother"
8 Americans staying home, streaming video, and using less energy because of it
9 62 years later Jaguar is building the final 25, million-dollar D-Types
10 Nest is done as a standalone Alphabet company, merges with Google
11 Debate heats up over whether 130,000-year-old bones were broken by humans
12 Feds drop hammer on massive "carder" ring that caused $530 million in losses
13 Doctors floored by epidemic levels of black lung in Appalachian coal miners
14 German Navy experiences "LCS syndrome" in spades as new frigate fails sea trials
15 Tesla loses another $675 million in Q4, its biggest quarterly loss yet
16 SpaceX sent a nerdy Easter egg into space, but can anyone read it?
17 Co-founder of EFF, John Perry Barlow, dead at 70
18 Intel releases new Spectre microcode update for Skylake; other chips remain in beta
19 Behold, the 157 new emoji for 2018
20 End-Cretaceous asteroid impact seems to have juiced seafloor volcanoes
21 Under Armour HOVR review: Smarter running shoes, light on gimmicks
22 Fernando, you're getting a Dell: McLaren gets a new sponsor in F1
23 Musk explains why SpaceX prefers clusters of small engines
24 Amazon expands Prime Now delivery to Whole Foods, but only in four markets
25 Leak of iBoot code to GitHub could potentially help iPhone jailbreakers [Updated]
26 Careful phasing of a photonic qubit brings light under control
27 NASA confirms: Its undead satellite is operational
28 Google isn't honoring Pixel's warranty, so we're suing, customers say
29 Grubhub drivers are contractors--not employees--judge rules
30 Cryptocurrency boom, a problem for gamers, is a bonanza for GPU makers
31 Coding without a keystroke: The hands-free creation of a full video game
32 Waymo and Uber end trial with sudden $244 million settlement
33 Android Wear is getting killed, and it's all Qualcomm's fault
34 Amazon to take on UPS, FedEx via "Shipping with Amazon"
35 Russian nuclear weapons engineers caught minting blockchange with supercomputer
36 Accused "In fraud we trust" kingpin arrested while vacationing in Thailand
37 Principal goes to prison after stealing and uploading students' nude photos
38 Op-ed: Logan Paul tases a dead rat, draws YouTube's harshest crackdown yet
39 From July on, Chrome will brand plain old HTTP as "Not secure"
40 Budget deal has tax credit extensions for nuclear, fuel cells, carbon capture
41 911 fees paid by phone customers "stolen" by states to fill budget gaps
42 That mega-vulnerability Cisco dropped is now under exploit
43 Mercedes-AMG's C63 S Cabrio has it all: Power, sound, fuel use, and cost
44 It's all over: Why the Waymo v. Uber self-driving settlement makes sense
45 The car of the future is taking shape--and it will know how we feel about it
46 Raw milk is trending for some reason--so are nasty, drug-resistant infections
47 Scientists identify hundreds of atomically thin materials
48 Daylight Saving Time isn't worth it, European Parliament members say
49 Proposed NASA budget takes one small step toward the Moon
50 Apple's iOS 12 strategy: Take more time to squash the bugs
51 Purdue will stop promoting OxyContin, forcefully push constipation drug instead
52 With Blink's camera chip and a few AA batteries, Amazon goes low-energy
53 Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection coming to Windows 7 and 8.1
54 FCC report finds almost no broadband competition at 100Mbps speeds
55 Reddit audiophiles test HomePod, say it sounds better than $1,000 speaker
56 Elon Musk: I will "eat my hat" if a competitor's rocket flies before 2023
57 LISA pathfinder mission a glorious success
58 A wave of cheating AI robots is threatening to ruin HQ Trivia [Updated]
59 In Iceland, bitcoin mining will soon use more energy than its residents
60 The harmful drive-by currency mining scourge shows no signs of abating
61 Take a break! Uber drivers must rest 6 hours after driving 12
62 12 ex-Atari women respond to #NotNolan controversy, offer '70s perspective
63 Desktop Ryzens with Vega graphics: Is fastest-ever integrated GPU fast enough?
64 Verizon will start locking phones to its network to prevent armed robberies
65 California green-lights initiative that is conspiracy theorist's dream
66 Trump's budget wants the US to stop watching the planet
67 The Greatest Leap, part 6: After Apollo, NASA still searching for an encore
68 Here's what Siri would have been like on MS-DOS in 1987
69 Fast talker: Alexa may offer speedier answers with Amazon-made AI chips
70 No video game loot boxes for buyers under 21, say proposed Hawaii bills
71 West sent lizards as nuclear spies, claims Iran defense official
72 Google is good at building phones but terrible at selling them
73 Yes, sea level rise really is accelerating
74 Troll loses Cloudflare lawsuit, has weaponized patent invalidated
75 Trump's infrastructure plan has no dedicated money for broadband
76 Woman pulls wiggling cattle worms from her eyeball, makes medical history
77 Op-ed: The story behind the satellite that Trump wants dead
78 The 2018 Toyota Camry might be proof most people don't care about cars
79 Salon to ad blockers: Can we use your browser to mine cryptocurrency?
80 Critical Telegram flaw under attack disguised malware as benign images
81 The Falcon Heavy is an absurdly low-cost heavy lift rocket
82 American Horror Story creator to call Netflix home in multimillion-dollar deal
83 Google experiment writes IM replies for you, lets you send them with a tap
84 Apple's HomePod: Paying $350 for a speaker that says "no" this much is tough
85 In wars with termites, ants rescue and care for their wounded
86 Valve bans developer after employees leave fake user reviews [Updated]
87 SpaceX hits two milestones in plan for low-latency satellite broadband
88 European bankers scoff at bitcoin for its risk, huge energy inefficiency
89 More nightmare fuel: Bedbugs create cesspool of poop and histamine in your bed
90 US Senator demands review of loot box policies, citing potential harm [Updated]
91 Microsoft's compiler-level Spectre fix shows how hard this problem will be to solve
92 A potent botnet is exploiting a critical router bug that may never be fixed
93 Audit reveals Office of Fossil Energy approved millions for lobbying, spas
94 Pummeled by scandal, Uber hit with $4.46 billion in losses during 2017
95 Silicon Valley made Peter Thiel billions, now he leaves it for LA
96 As we age, cancer rates go up as immune system winds down
97 Injury to widespread brain networks in victims of mystery attacks in Cuba
98 Clever new cylinder control gives big MPG boost--and it's ready to roll
99 Ajit Pai faces investigation into moves that benefit Sinclair Broadcasting
100 Imaging at 1,000fps with a single pixel
101 Mountain of sensitive FedEx customer data exposed, possibly for years
102 Bitcoin leaves elite haters behind as it hits $10,000 again
103 Video games, not guns, to blame for school shooting, says Kentucky gov.
104 DNA from the poop of extinct four-meter-tall birds reveals lost ecosystem
105 12 years in prison for man who hacked Nasdaq, helped swipe 160M credit cards
106 Drug maker hikes price of 2-in-1 painkiller >2,000%--$36 drugs now $3,000
107 In terse statement, White House blames Russia for NotPetya worm
108 Playboy says linking to Playmate archive violates copyright; judge says no way
109 HDR is less confusing--and even geekier--when broken down by detailed heatmaps
110 Raw sockets backdoor gives attackers complete control of some Linux servers