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Judge: No, feds can’t nab all Apple devices and try everyone’s fingerprints
"Such Fourth Amendment intrusions are [not] justified based on the facts articulated."
Tesla posts a Q4 loss but the company’s revenue grows amid acquisitions
Tesla plans 3 more Gigafactories, will have service, manufacturing expenses.
How Blizzard distilled Overwatch’s hope from Project Titan’s failure
Finding "room for positivity and inclusiveness" in "a dark situation."
Marathon runner’s tracked data exposes phony time, cover-up attempt
A cut corner, a retraced route on a bike, and the Garmin tracker that exposed the lies.
T-Mobile promises big LTE boost from 5GHz Wi-Fi frequencies
T-Mobile deploys LTE-U tech that shares unlicensed spectrum with Wi-Fi.
Threat via Whisper prompts FBI to show up: “holy f**k I’m… going to get raided”
Seriously, don't post violent threats on "anonymous" messaging apps.
New Pruitt e-mails surface, automakers ask EPA to soften fuel economy rules
Days after the former Oklahoma AG became EPA administrator, the job gets complicated.
Divided federal appeals court rules you have the right to film the police
Filming cops, 2-1 court rules, ensures that they "are not abusing their power."
Dealmaster: Get a Samsung HDR-ready TV plus a $500 gift card for $1,499
And deals on 4K laptops, gaming bundles, cameras, and more.
Ars Technica Live: What to do when border officials ask for your passwords
Law professor Ahmed Ghappour tells us about changing rights at the US border.
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