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1. Popular Steam Extension 'Inventory Helper' Spies On Users, Says Report  |  ( slashdot )
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2. NASA's Hubble Captures Blistering Pitch-Black Planet  |  ( slashdot )
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3. Is the World Ready For Flying Cars?  |  ( slashdot )
An anonymous reader shares a report from TechCrunch, adding: "Is the world ready for flying cars?
4. Electric Bus Sets Record With 1,101-Mile Trip On a Single Charge  |  ( slashdot )
A startup called Proterra has set the world record for the furthest distance any electric vehicle has managed before recharging.
5. Twitter Suspends 300,000 Accounts Tied To Terrorism In 2017  |  ( slashdot )
According to a new transparency report , Twitter said it suspended nearly 300,000 accounts globally linked to terrorism in the first half of the year.
6. Google, Bing, Yahoo Data Retention Doesn't Improve Search Quality, Study Claims  |  ( slashdot )
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7. Pepe the Frog's Creator Is Sending Takedown Notices To Far-Right Sites  |  ( slashdot )
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8. EFF Resigns From Web Consortium In Wake of EME DRM Standardization  |  ( slashdot )
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9. iOS 11 Released  |  ( slashdot )
Today, Apple released the final version of iOS 11 , its latest mobile operating system.
10. China Orders Bitcoin Exchanges In Capital City To Close  |  ( slashdot )
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11. You Might Use AI, But That Doesn't Mean You're an AI Company, Says a Founder of Google Brain  |  ( slashdot )
As AI space gets crowded, there are a slew of businesses -- new and old -- looking to market themselves as "AI companies."
12. What Comes After User-Friendly Design?  |  ( slashdot )
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13. Google's AI Boss Blasts Musk's Scare Tactics on Machine Takeover  |  ( slashdot )
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14. In a 'Plot Twist', Wikileaks Releases Documents It Claims Detail Russia Mass Surveillance Apparatus  |  ( slashdot )
WikiLeaks, believed by many to be a Kremlin front, surprised some observers Tuesday morning (Snowden called it a "plot twist") when it released documents linking a Russian tech company with access to thousands of citizens' telephone and internet communications with Moscow .
15. Internet Is Having a Midlife Crisis  |  ( slashdot )
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