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1 As satellite threat looms, Air Force moves to buy small rocket services
2 Is Uber shortchanging drivers? As part of lawsuit, over 9,000 now say yes
3 Oxygen ions may be an easy-to-track sign of life on exoplanets
4 To kill net neutrality, FCC might have to fight more than half of US states
5 iMac Pro review: Working as intended
6 Internet rages after Google removes "view image" button, bowing to Getty
7 A solar panel on every roof in the US? Here are the numbers
8 AMD sending out free processors to solve firmware flashing Catch-22
9 Bitcoin miner in NYC home interfered with T-Mobile network, FCC says
10 Special Counsel indicts 13 people, Russian troll farm on conspiracy charges
11 Distracted driving: Everyone hates it, but most of us do it, study finds
12 Apple dictates that all new apps must fully support the iPhone X screen
13 Charter fails to defeat lawsuit alleging false Internet speed promises
14 32 lawsuits filed against Intel over Spectre and Meltdown flaws
15 Robotaxi permit gets Arizona's OK; Waymo will start service in 2018
16 Infamous Google memo author shot down by federal labor board
17 Mueller flips American who unwittingly sold bank info to Russian trolls
18 New studies zero in on roots of depression and why ketamine reverses it
19 Video: What younger generations think of their elders online
20 Good news: Chrome debuts automatic blocking of annoying ads
21 Judge shuts door on attempt to get a new trial for Ross Ulbricht
22 Project Loon team gave Puerto Rico connectivity--and assembled a helicopter
23 Residential solar is cheap, but can it get cheaper? Paths to $0.05 per kWh
24 Daimler included emissions-cheating software on diesels, German magazine says
25 Guidemaster: Smartwatches worthy of replacing your favorite timepiece
26 Women go into science careers more often in countries without gender equality
27 Aerojet says government asking it to invest too much in its own engine
28 The Boring Company gets a permit to dig up Washington DC parking lot
29 AT&T tries to prove Trump meddled in merger review because he hates CNN
30 Windows 10 on ARM limits (briefly) confirmed: No virtualization, no OpenGL
31 Judge finds written attack on climate scientist too ludicrous to be libel
32 Apple updates all its operating systems to address Indian Telugu crash
33 Cryptocurrency-mining criminals that netted $3 million gear up for more
34 Bitcoin's transaction fee crisis is over--for now
35 NASA spends $1 billion for a launch tower that leans, may only be used once
36 Amazon uses cash back benefits to entice Prime members to Whole Foods
37 Facebook has been sharing our data for months to help study income inequality
38 Supplements are a $30 billion racket--here's what experts actually recommend
39 Where will the first full hyperloop track be built? Maybe India
40 Samsung crams 30TB of SSD into a single 2.5-inch drive
41 Swype pioneered a new way to type on smartphones--now it's dead
42 Tesla cloud resources are hacked to run cryptocurrency-mining malware
43 Spotify plans to join the hardware race, but what can it offer?
44 Inching closer to a DNA-based file system
45 This Canadian city is plagued by an obnoxious humming--and it's getting worse
46 Five frigate finalists fingered for FFG(X) fight by Navy
47 AT&T's attempt to buy Time Warner suffers a blow in court
48 uTorrent bugs let websites control your computer and steal your downloads
49 Uber will save you a few bucks if you just walk up the road
50 Ferrari and Porsche announce new cars for the wealthy track addict
51 Electric car boom prompts Apple to get serious about securing cobalt
52 Game industry pushes back against efforts to restore gameplay servers
53 Nest Cam IQ gets "OK Google" support, lower monthly fee
54 Prehistoric Europe much like a game of Civilization, according to ancient DNA
55 Intel ships (hopefully stable) microcode for Skylake, Kaby Lake, Coffee Lake
56 Twitter "bot" purge causes outcry from trollerati as follower counts fall
57 Always Connected Windows on ARM machines coming this quarter
58 Learning from scantily clad dancer scandal, Xbox exec calls for inclusivity
59 Ex-Google engineer: I was fired for being too liberal
60 Man removes feds' spy cam, they demand it back, he refuses and sues
61 One-stop counterfeit certificate shops for all your malware-signing needs
62 SpaceX launches a satellite but doesn't quite nail the fairing recovery
63 The Cadillac CT6 review: Super Cruise is a game-changer
64 Apple preps new AirPods: One with hands-free Siri, one water-resistant
65 Why states might win the net neutrality war against the FCC
66 We still don't know when net neutrality rules will come off the books [Updated]
67 Venezuela says its cryptocurrency raised $735 million--but it's a farce
68 More Amazon Go stores are coming to Seattle and Los Angeles, report says
69 Amateur astronomer tries out new camera, catches supernova at its start
70 100-mile-range electric delivery van could beat diesel in lifetime cost
71 Windows 10 Fall Creators Update reaches 85 percent of PCs
72 Crush the right rock and spread it on farms to help soil and the climate
73 Car companies are preparing to sell driver data to the highest bidder
74 President Trump: "We have to do something" about violent video games, movies
75 Neanderthals were artists and thought symbolically, new studies argue
76 8,000-year-old heads on spikes found in Swedish lake
77 Pedaling pictures: The art and science of GPS doodling
78 How a fight over Star Wars download codes could reshape law
79 Google's ARCore hits version 1.0, brings augmented reality to 100 million devices
80 There's something strange going on amid the satellite Internet rush
81 How Manafort's inability to convert a PDF file to Word helped prosecutors
82 Find out if your password has been pwned--without sending it to a server
83 Tesla's new "workplace charging" program would corner office parking spots
84 Can gaming's own "academy awards" become a cultural event?
85 Feds have spent 13 years failing to verify whether passport data is legit
86 FBI warns taxpayers to beware of new scams to steal W-2 info
87 NRA gives Ajit Pai "courage award" and gun for "saving the Internet"
88 A battle between the sexes in a single gene
89 Science after hours: Barney's aquatic traits and how pregnant women stay upright
90 Silicon Valley pub that helped birth PC industry to close because of high rent
91 AI trained to spot heart disease risks using retina scan
92 What happened after the US moved to chip-embedded payment cards?
93 Huawei's answer to laptop privacy: A keyboard with a pop-up webcam
94 Developer gets prison after admitting backdoor was made for malice
95 Can you build an entire town off-the-grid? Babcock Ranch wants to find out
96 The meatless Impossible Burger bleeds and sears, but wasn't a crowd pleaser
97 Ancient DNA rules out archeologists' best bet for horse domestication
98 Nokia's latest nostalgia-bait feature phone is the 8110 "Banana Phone"
99 The state of iOS game development, according to the creators of Alto's Odyssey
100 The stunning new Volvo V60 proves Sweden still knows station wagons
101 Coal CEO's defamation lawsuit against John Oliver is dismissed
102 How did life begin? It's Chemistry 101, but in space
103 Coco isn't just a must-own 4K/HDR film--it's a bright sign of the format's future
104 Vulkan is coming to macOS and iOS, but no thanks to Apple
105 Microsoft brings its quantum dev kit to macOS, Linux; new kind of qubit this year
106 The race to space heats up--on college campuses