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"The digital equivalent of a persistent vegetative state" is a bad phrase to see in an article about Android vulnerabilities
Malformed video files can be used to crash half of all Android phones.
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If you haven't had enough Windows yet this week, it's time to watch Jennifer Aniston and Matthew Perry shill for them in the 90s
W-W-W-Windows 10 is out, but thankfully without a video like this.
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"Not knowing who owned it, the Kentucky man took out his shotgun and fired three blasts of Number 8 birdshot to take the drone out."
"If you cross that sidewalk onto my property, there’s going to be another shooting."
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+Damon Barth​ it's called the stand your ground law...not being a sociopath.

Not that you would understand that...or even care. He was within his rights to do what he did, and I foresee all charges dropped.
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Windows 10] is going to be Microsoft's best OS yet... (maybe just wait until they patch some things)
Your very own personal assistant, a better browser... and something called the Start menu.
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+Michael Van you can download the ISO. I just did it. Search for media kit. 
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More food, less gas*

(* = of the greenhouse variety)
A 50 percent boost in rice, with methane dropping by 90 percent.
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Don't try to pass GMOs off as a good thing. If you really think GMOs are a good thing you are just a Monsanto corporate puppet.
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With Windows 10's imminent release, a reminder of what that "free upgrade" actually means...
With Windows 10 coming today, a reminder that its licensing remains a bastion of clarity.
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do you mean i could infect a win10 users by sending an SMS message?  =)
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Well, Xbox One games streaming is great...
Review: Great Xbox One game streaming, decent DVR functions, and garbage games store.
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Warner/Chappell Music is believed to collect around $2 million per year from licensing "Happy Birthday," so they didn't take this latest copyright claim lying down
"Warner/Chappell was not hiding documents or proceeding in bad faith."
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No, it seems they were standing up while they were lying.
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Not a library*
Deep below Zurich, IBM has built the stillest, most shielded rooms in the world.
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Bowling alley. You can always hear a pin drop.
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Way less "Ump, you suck!" chants, pretty typical game otherwise. (Pay attention MLB?)
Pitchf/x, a system you may have seen on ESPN, gives the homeplate ump an easy night.
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Do we need a 650-horsepower video camera? No. But do we want a 650-horsepower video camera...
Trying out the Corvette's built-in data acquisition system.
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No joke—*keyboard* profiling.
Researchers perfect technique that profiles people based on unique keystroke traits.
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Hehe same principle was used on a commodore 64 in a card game. You had to type cardplayer (name) and it would identify you on the basis how you've typed cardplayer and give your winning cards.

Okay this is way more elaborate but the concept is already very old. 
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