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Private Internet Access VPN opens code-y kimono, starting with Chrome extension

The Register - 27 min 28 sec ago
All client-side app code to be released over next six months

VPN tunneller Private Internet Access (PIA) has begun open sourcing its software.…

CNET Book Club, Episode 4: 'Down the River Unto the Sea' by Walter Mosley - CNET - News - 1 hour 11 min ago
We talk to the legendary author about his detective fiction, including a new book set in modern-day Brooklyn, as well as his genre-bending sci-fi.

The station wagon is alive and well: Driving the Buick Regal TourX

Ars Technica - 1 hour 20 min ago

Enlarge / 2018 Buick Regal TourX. (credit: Buick)

Station wagons used to be everywhere. My best friend in high school drove some gigantic, late-'60s station wagon in that peculiar color I thought of as "station wagon green" with a healthy helping of faux wood paneling. Throw in a bit of rust, a few inches of fast food wrappers on the floor of the back seat, and a radio capable of cranking out the latest rock hits from KBPI (rocks the Rockies!) from the sole dashboard speaker, and you had... a common and unremarkable ride for the early 1980s.

How time (and tastes) have changed. Once ubiquitous, the station wagon is something of a rare sight on roads now populated by crossovers, SUVs, and minivans. Three decades ago, if you wanted something that could carry kids and a bunch of gear, your choice was either a station wagon or a van. And not the mini kind of van, either. Yet the station wagon is hanging in there—just about—even when there are so many other options. When given the chance to drive one, the Buick Regal TourX with Smart Driver tech, we jumped at the chance.

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Watch a Robot 'Hen' Adopt a Flock of Chicks

Wired - 1 hour 35 min ago
The PoulBot is teaching researchers about flocking behavior and about the cues animals need to fall in love with their robot overlords.

Call Centers Tap Voice-Analysis Software to Monitor Moods

Wired - 1 hour 35 min ago
The software can detect tone and emotion in both customers and agents, then offer motivational suggestions.

Facebook suspends whistleblower's account after report - CNET - News - 1 hour 37 min ago
Facebook says the suspension is due to reports Christopher Wylie's former employer allegedly held onto 50 million Facebook profiles' worth of information.

Nice little Nesta egg: Former lottery quango took £7m from Google

The Register - 1 hour 38 min ago
Founded pro-Big Tech think tank Readie

Former UK lottery quango Nesta pocketed £7m from Google to set up a Big Tech-friendly think tank.…

UK tech giant Micro Focus halves in value as shares crash

BBC Technology News - 2 hours 15 min ago
Shares in Micro Focus, the UK's biggest technology firm, crash after warning on lower revenues.

New flexible computer chips could rewire an AI near you - CNET - News - 2 hours 35 min ago
Chipmaker Xilinx is betting its new Everest design will accelerate today's computing chores -- and appeal to programmers, not just hardware nerds.

How Europe's New Privacy Law Will Change the Web, and More

Wired - 2 hours 35 min ago
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation takes effect May 25, requiring that people know, understand, and consent to the data collected about them.

Here is how Google handles Right To Be Forgotten requests

The Register - 2 hours 52 min ago
Software engineer? Lawyer? Not a lawyer, even? Sure, have a go

RTBF trial Google allows software engineers, as well as its dedicated Right To Be Forgotten (RTBF) operatives, to make decisions about which search results ought to be deleted on request – and places such requests onto its internal bug-handling systems.…

Breaking up is hard to do: Airbus, new bae Google and clinging on to Microsoft's 'solutions'

The Register - 3 hours 29 min ago
Ex still has place in the helicoptery, defencey bit of Airbus’s heart

Airbus won't eradicate Microsoft Office from its entire user base after all it seems: the Defence, Space and Helicopters units will retain the on-premises version due to the "legal and national security implications" of storing sensitive data in the cloud.…

Sysadmin held a rack of servers off the ground for 15 mins, crashed ISP when he put them down

The Register - 4 hours 30 min ago
Help desk covered his tracks by telling ALL callers to reboot their PCs

Who, me? Welcome to the ninth edition of Who, me? In case you’ve come late to the party, it’s The Register’s Monday column featuring readers’ tales of stuffing things up.…

Facebook probes employee's ties to Cambridge Analytica - CNET - News - 5 hours 51 min ago
A current Facebook researcher formerly worked for a company that reportedly provided information to the controversial data firm.

Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and Trump: What you need to know - CNET - News - 5 hours 52 min ago
The world's largest social network is at the center of an international scandal involving voter data, the 2016 US presidential election and Brexit.

Can Facebook be blamed for Cambridge Analytica? - CNET - News - 5 hours 54 min ago
Facebook’s user data is a powerful tool for marketing and research. What responsibility does the social network have when an app maker allegedly breaks its terms and lies about it?

Facebook suspends account of Cambridge Analytica whistle-blower

The Register - 6 hours 37 min ago
Social network plans to 'take action' against all who misused data

UPDATED Chris Wylie, the whistleblower who has alleged the knowingly improper use of Facebook data by Cambridge Analytica, says The Social Network™ has suspended his account.…

Facebook suspends account of Cambridge Anlaytica whistle-blower

The Register - 6 hours 37 min ago
Data science firm says it did have Facebook data, but didn’t harvest it

Chris Wylie, the whistle-blower who has alleged the knowingly improper use of Facebook data by Cambridge Analytica, says The Social Network™ has suspended his account.…

Every photo from 'Westworld' season 2 - CNET - News - 7 hours 37 min ago
The second season of the HBO series starts April 22. Until then, here's every image released and some ridiculous theories and speculation.

China to offer recoverable satellites-as-a-service

The Register - 8 hours 37 min ago
Promises launches by 2020, no word on whether wooden heat shields will make a comeback

China’s told the world it plans to get into the recoverable satellite business.…

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