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EnergyElectric Buses Are Hurting the Oil Industry (bloomberg.com)
submitted 6 hours ago by Apply_Science
Net NeutralityNo, net neutrality is not “officially dead,” today. The FCC repeal has not yet gone into effect. The senate will vote soon on whether to block the repeal. Now’s the time to pay attention! (medium.com)
submitted 22 hours ago by fightforthefuture
HardwareQuantum radar will expose stealth aircraft (phys.org)
submitted 5 hours ago by Boris740
BusinessThe 20-year-old entrepreneur is a lie - data from the Census Bureau and the IRS show the average age of successful business founders is 42. (mitsloan.mit.edu)
submitted 20 hours ago by Keerikkadan91
SecurityFinancial Advisor sues Facebook for letting scammers repeatedly fake his endorsement on cryptocurrency ad scams (theverge.com)
submitted 9 hours ago by H4xolotl
MisleadingNet neutrality is officially dead. Now what? - The FCC has taken the final step in erasing the 2015 rules protecting the internet. (cnet.com)
submitted 1 day ago by yourSAS
NanotechGraphene used to make stronger, greener concrete (newatlas.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by mvea
EnergyMap Reveals How the World Could Switch to Solar Using a Tiny Amount of Land - An all-renewables future is not as outlandish as it seems. (inverse.com)
submitted 2 hours ago by mvea
SecurityAleksandr Kogan, the data scientist at the center of the Facebook data scandal, says Mark Zuckerberg is "totally" a hypocrite. "Tens of thousands of other apps did the same thing," he says. (cnbc.com)
submitted 15 hours ago by ekser
Android phones are covertly listening for inaudible sounds in ads (arstechnica.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by kiarga
TransportUber to stop storing precise location pick-ups/drop-offs in driver logs (techcrunch.com)
submitted 6 hours ago by dragonstail1111
Net NeutralityThis tech startup is starting its own net neutral, independent internet (uk.businessinsider.com)
submitted 6 hours ago by OhMyGloob
BusinessNew Europe law makes it easy to find out what your boss has said about you (theguardian.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by Wagamaga
EnergyUK runs without coal power for three days in a row (theguardian.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by mvea
TransportShell partners with AirFlow Truck Company to unveil solar tractor concept (newatlas.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by Portis403
PoliticsFacebook in 'PR crisis mode' over Cambridge Analytica scandal (theguardian.com)
submitted 3 hours ago by ltc-
The Sip Safe wristband can test your drink for drugs (cnet.com)
submitted 7 hours ago by Benjaminsen
BusinessAngry With Charter, Lexington Forces Broadband Competition (dslreports.com)
HardwarePaint Job Transforms Walls Into Sensors, Interactive Surfaces - Smart Walls React to Human Touch, Sense Activity in Room (cs.cmu.edu)
AIScientists plan huge European AI hub to compete with US - In an open letter, the scientists say the proposed Ellis institute is essential to avoid brain drain to big tech firms (theguardian.com)
submitted 5 hours ago by ManiaforBeatles
SecurityHundreds Of Surveillance Cameras Watch San Francisco’s Union Square (sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com)
submitted 10 hours ago by quaero_ergo_sum
BusinessTech firms could face new EU regulations over fake news (theguardian.com)
submitted 4 hours ago by yourSAS
BusinessSpotify wants more paid subscribers, so it’s giving away more music for free (recode.net)
submitted 2 hours ago by yourSAS
Amazon will now deliver packages to the trunk of your car (theverge.com)
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How merchants use Facebook to flood Amazon with fake reviews (washingtonpost.com)
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