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Samsung's Galaxy S9 Plus costs more to make than Note 8 - CNET - News - March 19, 2018 - 8:41pm
A report from Tech Insights pegs the cost to build Samsung's newest smartphone at $10 more than last year's Note -- even though the Note is pricier for consumers to purchase.

God of War gives Kratos his greatest challenge yet - CNET - News - March 19, 2018 - 8:36pm
The new PlayStation 4 game made me initially skeptical, but after previewing it I'm ready to board the hype train.

For $15,000, GrayKey promises to crack iPhone passcodes for police

ZDnet Blogs - March 19, 2018 - 8:32pm
This palm-sized box can break your iPhone's password, giving police full access to a device's file system -- messages, photos, call logs, browsing history, keychain and user passwords, and more.
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Fatal Uber crash in Arizona is autonomy's Apollo 1 moment - Roadshow - News - March 19, 2018 - 8:30pm
Commentary: Whether we'll get to the moon or not depends on how this is handled.

35 weird objects seen on Mars, explained - CNET - News - March 19, 2018 - 8:28pm
From a cannonball to a jelly doughnut and dragon scales, entertaining images from Mars amuse scientists and excite conspiracy theorists and alien fans.

Ajit Pai celebrates after court strikes down Obama-era robocall rule

Ars Technica - March 19, 2018 - 8:22pm

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | Peter Dazeley)

Federal judges have struck down an anti-robocall rule, saying that the Federal Communications Commission improperly treated every American who owns a smartphone as a potential robocaller.

The FCC won't be appealing the court decision, as Chairman Ajit Pai opposed the rule changes when they were implemented by the commission's then-Democratic majority in 2015. Pai issued a statement praising the judges for the decision Friday, calling the now-vacated rule "yet another example of the prior FCC’s disregard for the law and regulatory overreach."

The FCC's 2015 decision said that a device meets the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) definition of an "autodialer" if it can be modified to make robocalls, even if the smartphone user hasn't actually downloaded an autodialing app.

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Twitter plans to ban cryptocurrency ads on its site - CNET - News - March 19, 2018 - 8:16pm
The company will join Facebook and Google in a move that's seen as protecting consumers.

IBM fighting counterfeiters with world's smallest computer - CNET - News - March 19, 2018 - 8:03pm
Astoundingly tiny, the computer will use blockchain tech to help verify product authenticity.

Bay Area: Join us 3/21 to explore the future of video game design

Ars Technica - March 19, 2018 - 8:03pm

Enlarge / Tracy Fullerton is the director of USC's Game Innovation Lab and has created a number of indie games that experiment with game design and storytelling. (credit: Tracy Fullerton)

After nearly 50 years of innovation, where are video games headed next? Ars Technica Live returns with guest Tracy Fullerton, an award-winning, experimental game designer and director of USC’s Game Innovation Lab. Tracy has spent her entire career developing games as an entrepreneur, teacher, and designer. The Night Journey is her latest indie game and is a collaboration with artist Bill Viola.

Tracy’s work at USC gives her a broad perspective on what's coming next for games, both technologically and artistically. Join Ars Technica editors Samuel Axon and Annalee Newitz in conversation with Tracy at the next Ars Technica Live on March 21 at Eli’s Mile High Club in Oakland.

Tracy is the designer and director of Walden, a game, an adaptation of Henry David Thoreau’s experiment at Walden Pond, which was recently awarded “Game of the Year” and “Most Significant Impact” at Game for Change. Currently, she’s director of the USC Game Innovation Lab, a research center that has produced several influential independent games, including Cloud, flOw, and Darfur is Dying. She is the author of Game Design Workshop: A Playcentric Approach to Creating Innovative Games, a design textbook in use at game programs worldwide, and she holds the Electronic Arts Endowed Chair in Interactive Entertainment. Other recent projects include Collegeology, a suite of college preparation games funded by the Department of Education, the Gilbert Foundation, and the Gates Foundation, and Reality Ends Here, an alternate-reality game for incoming freshmen at the School of Cinematic Arts.

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To Stay Healthy On Your Next Flight, Avoid Aisles and Stay Put

Wired - March 19, 2018 - 8:00pm
Just grab a window seat and don't move.

Anyone fancy testing the 'unlimited' drive writes claim on Nimbus Data's 100TB whopper SSD?

The Register - March 19, 2018 - 7:55pm
Samsung, Toshiba sulking in 30TB tiddler territory

Nimbus Data has introduced its 100TB ExaDrive DC series SSD, the highest-capacity flash drive available.…

This electric car could set a new record to the top of Pikes Peak this year

Ars Technica - March 19, 2018 - 7:54pm


The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is like little else in motorsport. It's the second-oldest race in the country, giving five years up to the Indy 500. However, this is no circuit race. It's a hill climb, up and across one of the tallest mountains in Colorado. That means exactly one chance to get it right; one run of 12.4 miles (19.99km) that starts at a mere 9,390 feet (2,862m) and finishes above the clouds at 14,110 feet (4,300m).

As part of its Dieselgate penance, Volkswagen is mounting an all-out, all-electric assault on Pikes Peak this June. And, on Monday, the German automaker finally gave us our first look at the car it's going to use: the I.D. R.

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Cadillac set to put super-sexy Escala concept into production in 2021 - Roadshow - News - March 19, 2018 - 7:45pm
GM's luxury brand will launch its new CT6-based flagship as a potential competitor for top-tier rides from Germany and Sweden.

SpaceX indicates it will manufacture the BFR rocket in Los Angeles

Ars Technica - March 19, 2018 - 7:42pm

Enlarge / SpaceX is likely to build the BFR rocket, and the BFS spaceship shown here on the Moon, near its California headquarters. (credit: SpaceX)

Anyone who has visited SpaceX's rocket factory in Hawthorne, California, knows that the company has filled up its facilities with Falcon 9 first stages, payload fairings, and Dragon capsules. In the coming years, as the company transitions into manufacturing the Big Falcon Rocket, or BFR vehicle, it will need a lot more capacity.

The company has not explicitly stated where it will build the BFR, expected to measure 106 meters tall and nine meters wide. However, it needs to do so near water, because such a large vehicle cannot be transported to the launch pad or test sites via a highway, the means currently used to move the Falcon 9 rocket.

new document from the Port of Los Angeles indicates that the company is moving ahead with plans to build a "state-of-the-art" industrial manufacturing facility near Long Beach, about 20 miles south of its headquarters. The document summarizes an environmental study of the site for the port, on behalf of a proposed tenant—WW Marine Composites, LLC. This appears to be a subsidiary company of SpaceX.

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Mercedes to launch ultra-posh Maybach GLS - Roadshow - News - March 19, 2018 - 7:30pm
Never one to be left out of a luxury segment, Mercedes-Benz is drawing on its exclusive Maybach name to outfit the US-built GLS for plutocrats.

Volkswagen showing '5-passenger Atlas' concept in New York - Roadshow - News - March 19, 2018 - 7:30pm
VW's new US-focused SUV will be built in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

NASA's Hubble telescope delivers stunning new space pictures - CNET - News - March 19, 2018 - 7:15pm
See the Surfboard galaxy and gorgeous star clusters glow in 12 new NASA Hubble telescope images showing astronomical objects from the Messier catalog.

When China Hoards Its Hackers Everyone Loses

Slashdot - March 19, 2018 - 7:15pm
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