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Making social media research more reliable and reproducible | Ars Technica

Making social media research more reliable and reproducible

Data sets from social sites can "misrepresent the real world," says study.

(1) Security bug in Xen may have exposed Amazon, other cloud services. Flaw in hypervisor could let malicious VM read data from or crash other servers.  | Ars Technica

Security bug in Xen may have exposed Amazon, other cloud services [Updated]

Remember how our homebrew router embarrassed off-the-shelf options?  Go make your own.

The Ars guide to building a Linux router from scratch

With more speed available and hardware that can't adapt, DIY builds offer peak performance.

One of the world’s oldest biblical texts read for the first time | Ars Technica

One of the world’s oldest biblical texts read for the first time

One of the worlds oldest biblical texts read for the first

Google OnHub review—Google’s smart home Trojan horse is a $200 leap of faith - ARS TECHNICA #Google, #OnHub, #Tech

Google OnHub review—Google’s smart home Trojan horse is a $200 leap of faith

Google OnHub review—Google’s smart home Trojan horse is a $200 leap of faith - ARS TECHNICA #Google, #OnHub, #Tech

The Internet-demanded, partially scientific testing of Ultra-Ever Dry (in HD!) | Ars Technica

The Internet-demanded, partially scientific testing of Ultra-Ever Dry (in HD!)

With crypto in UK crosshairs, secret US report says it’s vital | Ars Technica

With crypto in UK crosshairs, secret US report says it’s vital

Newly reported Edward Snowden document aired as UK prime minister presses US.

Verizon to disconnect unlimited data customers who use over 100GB/month | Ars Technica 7/21/16

Verizon to disconnect unlimited data customers who use over 100GB/month

Dozens of European ATMs rooted, allowing criminals to easily cash out | Ars Technica

Dozens of European ATMs rooted, allowing criminals to easily cash out

Slacker Radio hits select Toyota and Lexus models with voice control

Bipartisan group of six senators introduces the Secure Elections Act which aims to eliminate paperless voting machines promote routine election audits in US (Timothy B. Lee/Ars Technica)    Timothy B. Lee / Ars Technica: Bipartisan group of six senators introduces the Secure Elections Act which aims to eliminate paperless voting machines promote routine election audits in US  The bill reads like a computer security expert's wish list.  A bipartisan group of six senators has introduced…

Feds Share More Details With States About Russian Election Hacking : NPR

AT&T still throttles “unlimited data”—even when network not congested  Half-megabit speeds force customers to abandon unlimited data.

AT&T still throttles “unlimited data”—even when network not congested

AT&T still throttles “unlimited data”—even when network not congested Half-megabit speeds force customers to abandon unlimited data.

Bitcoin fees are skyrocketing | Ars Technica

Bitcoin fees are skyrocketing

Bitcoin fees are skyrocketing | Ars Technica

Open Source Windows is “definitely possible”, but don’t hold your breath

Open Source Windows is “definitely possible”, but don’t hold your breath

As DOJ calls for “responsible encryption,” expert asks “responsible to whom?” – Ars Technica

As DOJ calls for “responsible encryption,” expert asks “responsible to whom?” – Ars Technica

How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web

How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web

A new assessment suggests more than we think, outside of a few large cities.

How much do electric cars actually pollute?

A new assessment suggests more than we think, outside of a few large cities.

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