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To address urgent obesity crisis, PepsiCo plans slight sugar cut by 2025 | Ars Technica

To address urgent obesity crisis, PepsiCo plans slight sugar cut by 2025 | Ars Technica

 

What might have been: US introduces plan for “deep decarbonization”

What might have been: US introduces plan for “deep decarbonization” | Ars Technica

 

Germany launches antitrust probe over Facebook data harvesting

Social media sites must kill hoaxes within 24 hours, offer prominent corrections.

 

Google self-driving car strikes bus in California

Bicyclists and wayward squirrels can breathe a sigh of relief...Google's self-driving car software can now recognize and avoid moving objects on city streets. Is this technology something you'd eventually want in your car?

 

Record companies made $2.4B last year from streaming, but it’s not enough

Ford has teamed up with Spotify to bring the music-streaming service to its Ford Sync AppLink cars in Europe. It's Ford SYNC AppLink allows drivers to control smartphone apps from the driver's seat, using voice control.

 

How LinkedIn’s password sloppiness hurts us all

How LinkedIn’s password sloppiness hurts us all | Ars Technica (Second data dump lets hackers be 6 times better cracking future dumps.)

 

Sweden’s highest court bans drones with cameras

You ever get the urge to take down a drone you see flying around your house or you in general. Well, I am here to tell you to don't. As I was reading through some news, I saw an article about a New Je

 

Report: Apple designing its own servers to avoid snooping

Data, meet spies: The unfinished state of Web crypto Many large Web companies have failed to adopt a decades-old encryption technology to safeguard confidential user communications. Google is a rare exception, and Facebook is about to follow suit.

 

White House warns Congress not to kill net neutrality and cable box rules

In order to introduce a much-needed clarity on the issue of net neutrality, and to provide a broader definition, protocols and regulations for the same, TRAI has just floated a fresh consultation paper on Net Neutrality (dated January

 

Raw Data lets you and a friend fight robots with virtual reality laser swords

My colleague Andrew Webster and I slightly disagree about the setting of Raw Data, a virtual reality shooter that developer Survios Studios showed off at last week's Game Developers Conference. He...

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