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YouTube Premium & Music Have 20 Million Subscribers & YouTube TV Racked Up 2 Million Subscribers | Engadget
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Study finds five major US carriers vulnerable to SIM-swapping tactics
1 month ago by Drewski to /s/Security from engadget.com
Streaming Now Accounts for 80 Percent of the US Music Market | Engadget
1 month ago by DeWhoDeWho to /s/music from engadget.com
Iran shuts down nearly all internet access in response to fuel protests It's trying to reduce dissent by silencing communication.
3 months ago by codedtestament to /s/WorldNews from engadget.com
Hitting the Books: Modern Surveillance and 'The Science of Happiness'
6 months ago by Stankmango to /s/privacy from engadget.com
UK Police's Facial Recognition System has an 81% Error Rate
7 months ago by Stankmango to /s/Security from engadget.com
Facial recognition = old hat. The Pentagon has a laser that identifies people by their heartbeat.
7 months ago by Robin to /s/technology from engadget.com
First American Financial Corporation Security Flaw Leaked 885 Million Real Estate Documents Dating as Far Back as 2003
9 months ago by Stankmango to /s/Security from engadget.com
4 New Vulnerabilities in Most Intel CPUs
9 months ago by BackwardsCompatible to /s/TechSec from engadget.com
Andrew Yang Will Campaign as Hologram
10 months ago by hennaojisan to /s/politics from engadget.com
Nokia says its phones sent data to China by mistake
11 months ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from engadget.com
Intel unveils a groundbreaking way to make 3D chips
1 year ago by Vigte to /s/technology from engadget.com
Facebook removed over 1.5 billion fake accounts in the last six months
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from engadget.com
Google’s smart city dream is turning into a privacy nightmare
Healthcare.gov security breach leaks info for 75,000 people
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/privacy from engadget.com
The EPA will eliminate the Office of the Science Advisor, an entity within the agency that works to ensure its policies and decisions are based on quality science. Everything from research on chemicals and health, to peer-review testing to data analysis would inevitably suffer.
1 year ago by allie to /s/environment from engadget.com
Q followers of Saidit. Prepare for the summons on Thursday, or October 3rd.
1 year ago by Tom_Bombadil to /s/conspiracy from engadget.com
European MPs vote in favor of controversial copyright laws, article 11 and 13
1 year ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from engadget.com
MIT machine vision system figures out what it's looking at by itself
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from engadget.com
Facebook is building a 'war room' for the midterm elections
1 year ago by Mnemonic to /s/politics from engadget.com
NASA will publicly test new 'quiet' supersonic technology in November over Galveston, TX -- New quiet supersonic technology may revitalize the supersonic travel industry after Concord shut down in 2003 due to noise issues severely restricting travel routes
1 year ago by magnora7 to /s/technology from engadget.com
Undercover dark web bust leads to more than 35 arrests
1 year ago by r721 to /s/news from engadget.com