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"A few months back there was a fan movie, Axanar, that was getting made and there was this lawsuit that happened between the studio and these fans and Justin, and I’ll tell the story because he probably wouldn’t, was sort of outraged by this as a long time fan. We started talking about it and realized this was not an appropriate way to deal with the fans. The fans should be celebrating this thing... Fans of Star Trek are all part of this world."
Star Trek director says suing “was not an appropriate way to deal with the fans.”
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Neanderthals (probably): "Hey modern humans, hold off a second. We don't need you for complex symbolic culture to develop."
Rock designs suggest a complex social structure and ritual behavior.
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A "directed RF energy weapon," aka jam the hell out of that drone nearby
Not exactly a jammer, the "gun" exploits library of drone control protocols.
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Maybe a gun isn't the best shape.
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Only 15 months later? Totally timely.
Private industry notification comes 15 months after debut of KeySweeper.
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America.
Reminder: shooting at drones, or any aircraft, is totes illegal.
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Oklahoma is considering a bill that would permit landowners to shoot down drones over their land. The law on both sides of this issue is changing quickly...
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Oh, totally, this makes perfect sense.
We'll preserve our natural resources while extracting them as quickly as possible.
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+Jac Goudsmit The simple reason Sanders lost is that he got fewer votes.
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Did you know the original Xbox was based on Windows 2000? Today, everything is Windows 10
Microsoft promised developers that Windows would run anywhere. This summer, it finally will.
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Must be why it sucked 
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Like those ol' arithmetic exams that asked for the work
Despite unexplained mechanism, the new treatment will be easy to try in humans.
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Google, essentially taking the parental route. "We're not mad, we're just disappointed."
Can Android update woes be solved by publicly calling out slow OEMs?
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+Gabriel Walsh you said "Apple doesn't make any of their mobile devices either, OEMs do." which is not true.
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Three in a row. "It's safe to say the future has arrived."
The company has addressed a "tiny glitch" with the Falcon 9's upper stage.
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It'll arrive when they start reusing and landing their first stages... Then we can look forward to second stage recovery. 
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"Shadow IT for pushy execs is a time-honored tradition"
Shadow IT for pushy execs is a time-honored tradition, laws be damned.
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What's the saying? "No good deed..."
Prosecutors allegedly say he exceeded authorization in viewing unsecured FTP server.
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I'm pretty sure the liability...er...criminal charges should fall on whoever the dumass hosting unsecured servers is.
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