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Ars Technica - Technology

New Mac ransomware is even more sinister than it appears

5 hours ago

The remote British village that built one of the UK's fastest Internet networks

1 day ago

The 416 quadrillion reasons why Japan's supercomputer is number 1

1 day ago

House OKs $100B broadband plan with $50 monthly discounts for poor people

3 days ago

Dish buys Boost prepaid biz from T-Mobile, finally enters wireless market

3 days ago

Unscheduled fixes released for critical flaw in optional Windows codec

3 days ago

Uncovered: 1,000 phrases that incorrectly trigger Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant

4 days ago

YouTube TV jumps 30% in price effective immediately

4 days ago

Foreign adversaries likely to try exploiting critical networking bug, US says

4 days ago

Comcast's data cap and overage fees return tomorrow after 3-month break

5 days ago

COVID-19 spread 4X faster in one Amazon warehouse than local area

5 days ago

Search engine startup asks users to be the customer, not the product

6 days ago

An embattled group of leakers picks up the WikiLeaks mantle

7 days ago

Microsoft's "new approach" to retail stores: Closing them forever

9 days ago

Verizon joins growing Facebook advertiser boycott [Updated]

9 days ago

Chinese bank requires foreign firm to install app with covert backdoor

9 days ago

Two record DDoSes disclosed this week underscore their growing menace

10 days ago

Comcast, Mozilla strike privacy deal to encrypt DNS lookups in Firefox

10 days ago

Western Digital adds "Red Plus" branding for non-SMR hard drives

11 days ago

T-Mobile already trying to get out of merger conditions on 5G and hiring

11 days ago

Twitter terminates DDoSecrets, falsely claims it may infect visitors

11 days ago

Microsoft is adding Linux, Android, and firmware protections to Windows

12 days ago

If T-Mobile's giant outage affected you, now's your chance to tell the FCC

12 days ago

Crooks abuse Google Analytics to conceal theft of payment card data

12 days ago

Intel's 3rd-generation Xeon Scalable CPUs offer 16-bit FPU processing

16 days ago

Chrome extensions with 33 million downloads slurped sensitive user data

16 days ago

To evade detection, hackers are requiring targets to complete CAPTCHAs

17 days ago

Amid pressure, Zoom will end-to-end encrypt all calls, free or paid

18 days ago

AT&T's "headcount rationalization"—i.e. job cuts—hits thousands more workers

17 days ago

Lawsuit vs. Western Digital wants to end any use of SMR in NAS drives

18 days ago

Multiple "CIA failures" led to theft of agency's top-secret hacking tools

18 days ago

T-Mobile's outage yesterday was so big that even Ajit Pai is mad

19 days ago

Intel will soon bake anti-malware defenses directly into its CPUs

20 days ago

Deepfakes aren't very good—nor are the tools to detect them

21 days ago

Spies can eavesdrop by watching a light bulb's variations

22 days ago

Knoxville shuts down parts of its network after being hit by ransomware

23 days ago