Turkey Day steals some of Black Friday's thunder with web sales in the US up 18 percent from last year.
AT&T and Comcast have convinced a federal judge to nullify an ordinance that was designed to bring more broadband competition to Nashville, Tennessee.
The Nashville Metro Council last year passed a "One Touch Make Ready" rule that gives Google Fiber or other new ISPs faster access to utility poles. The ordinance lets a single company make all of the necessary wire adjustments on utility poles itself, instead of having to wait for incumbent providers like AT&T and Comcast to send work crews to move their own wires.
AT&T and Comcast sued the metro government in US District Court in Nashville, claiming that federal and local laws preempt the One Touch Make Ready rule. Judge Victoria Roberts agreed with AT&T and Comcast in a ruling issued Tuesday.
Yes, you can actually buy Nintendo's retro console, but you'll have to get out of your PJs and fight door-buster crowds.
The company just showed off a refreshed 2018 QX80 at the Dubai Motor Show, but that doesn't mean this year's model should be overlooked.
Andrew Hoyle and Drew Stearne discuss the frighteningly fast Tesla Roadster and all the money to be spent on tech from the UK Autumn budget.
Parents should check net-connected toys and gadgets are safe to give to children, warns data watchdog.
For at least part of Thursday, Google users searching for "Amazon" were shown a phony ad that redirected to a scam website.
Donald Trump's former policy chief Steve Bannon wanted to limit the power of Silicon Valley's plutocrats, but US trade negotiations have just thrown a protective arm around them.…
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Another day, another Facebook ripoff of a Snapchat feature.
In other news, shares in mirror manufacturers have soared
British miltech boffinry outfit Qinetiq has opened a testing centre named the Dragonworks for the building and tweaking of giant laser cannon.…
Commentary: In a UK electronics store, they were ready for the rush. What happened was quite something.
Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are now along for the ride!
Neutrinos are one of the most plentiful particles out there, as trillions pass through you every second. But they're incredibly hard to work with. They're uncharged, so we can't control their path or accelerate them. They're also nearly massless and barely interact with other matter, so they're hard to detect. All of this means that a lot of the predictions our physics theories make about neutrinos are hard to test.
The IceCube detector, located at the South Pole, has now confirmed a part of the Standard Model of physics, which describes the properties of fundamental particles and their interactions. According to the Standard Model, neutrinos should become more likely to interact with other particles as their energy goes up. To test this, the IceCube team used neutrinos thousands of times more energetic than our best particle accelerators can make and used the entire planet as a target.Polar cube
IceCube consists of hundreds of detectors buried in the ice under the South Pole. These detectors pick up particles that move through the ice. In some cases, IceCube sees a spray of particles and photons when something slams into one of the atoms in the ice. In other cases, particles simply nudge the atoms, liberating a few photons. There's no neutrino source pointed at IceCube, though. Instead, it relies on natural sources of neutrinos. Some of these are produced far away in space, and travel great distances to Earth. Others are produced as cosmic rays slam into the atmosphere.
Black Friday has arrived. Here are the best deals we've found.
Judges reject Privacy International's case against Investigatory Powers Tribunal
The UK's Court of Appeal has ruled that the body that oversees the nation's intelligence agencies cannot be held subject to a judicial review under active laws.…
Never mind Black Friday. The retail giant will offer savings on even more gadgets, hit video games, toys from brands such as Lego, Nerf and more.
Update (11/24 4:00 PM ET): We've removed a few more offers that have expired for the time being.
Original post: Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have a massive list of Black Friday deals to share. You know the situation: It's Black Friday, the holiday season is here, and a whole lot of discounts are being rolled out to get people shopping.
To help you sort through the noise, we've listed as many tech-related deals as we could find below. We'll be updating this post periodically as more offers roll in, so be sure to check back throughout the day. Spend wisely!
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Proposals to reform and rewrite Britain's aged Official Secrets Acts have been postponed for at least a year, the government's Law Commission has confirmed to The Register.…
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Analysis InfiniBand/Ethernet tech supplier Mellanox is being targeted by an activist investor pissy that it rejected overtures from Marvell.…