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New leaked photos show a forthcoming Moto phone, perhaps a 2017 Moto Z
9to5Google Earlier this month we saw some images come out techdroider.com... 6 days
Journalist linked to Anonymous released from prison - CNET
CNET Barrett Brown served more than four years behind bars for sharing stolen data and threatening an FBI agent. 1 week
Telegram launches Telegraph, an anonymous blogging platform
THE VERGE Telegram now has a blogging platform to go along with its popular messaging app. It’s called Telegraph and, according to VentureBeat, offers fast publishing and anonymous posting — without requiring you to register an... 2 weeks
Facebook Messenger launches its public group chat feature “Rooms” in select markets
TechCrunch  Facebook’s experiment with semi-anonymous social networking centered around interests, via a standalone app called Rooms, failed. But the learnings from that earlier experiment have... 4 weeks
ANONYMOUS: ‘Remember, Remember, The 5th Of November’ - It's About to Hit The Fan!
DISCLOSE.TV Anonymous just revealed why they changed their plan and what will happen on November 5th. Buckle up, it’s gonna get... 1 month
Researchers create new method to classify dangerous sex offenders
PHYS.ORG UBC researchers have developed a new classification system that could help police solve sex crimes.Using classified anonymous police case files and court records, researchers at UBC's Okanagan campus uncovered new... 1 month
Questions still need answering in Australia's largest health data breach
PHYS.ORG In what is Australia's biggest data breach of medical information, more than 550,000 customers of the Australian Red Cross Blood Service had personal and medical details exposed online... 1 month
Can we stop connected gadgets from taking down the internet?
THE VERGE Late last week, 100,000 compromised connected gadgets helped anonymous attackers launch a massive and sustained DDoS attack. Malware called Mirai took control of the devices to direct large... 1 month
Alleged Anonymous hacker stages hunger strike to protest prosecution
THE VERGE Two and a half years after a denial-of-service attack froze a Boston hospital’s network, the alleged attacker is staging a hunger strike to protest abuse in juvenile behavior modification facilities.... 2 months
Hackers post emails from White House staffer, including Michelle Obama’s passport
THE VERGE Anonymous hackers have compromised the private Gmail account of a low-level White House staffer, and posted the email archive publicly on the site DCLeaks. It’s the... 3 months
EU could hit Apple with multi-billion-euro tax avoidance bill
THE VERGE The European Commission will soon rule that Apple illegally received tax benefits from the Irish government, Financial Times reports. EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager reportedly circulated a 130-page ruling for... 3 months
Spotify denies punishing artists who release exclusives with Apple and Tidal
THE VERGE Spotify doesn’t like it when big-name acts take their music to Apple or Tidal first. But it’s not punishing them when they do, by making their... 3 months
Apple said to have a curved iPhone in 2017, just like Samsung
THE VERGE Apple will reportedly release a trio of new iPhones next year, including one premium model with a curved display similar to those used in... 4 months
Another Democratic Party committee has been hacked
THE VERGE The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has suffered a security breach, and the FBI is investigating, writes Reuters. The incident, reported by four anonymous sources and later confirmed by the DCCC, comes shortly after WikiLeaks... 4 months
An interview with the anonymous founder of PostGhost
TechCrunch  PostGhost was a service that stored and displayed the deleted Tweets of celebrities and politicians. Created as a way to keep public discourse honest, Twitter shut it down with a cease and... 5 months
MIT’s anonymous online communications protocol Riffle could beat Tor at its own game
TechCrunch  Tor has been the go-to for anonymous communication online for years now — and that has made it one of the juiciest... 5 months
How to stay anonymous online
MIT Network can protect users’ anonymity if all but one of its servers are compromised. 5 months
Google is building a phone for this year, says unlikely report
THE VERGE It's no secret that Google has ambitions to build its own Android phones, but a new report from The Telegraph today suggests a much more aggressive... 5 months
Apple believes 2016 MacBook Pro graphics issues are addressed in macOS 10.12.2 update, according to Craig Federighi email
9to5Mac
Watch Jimmy Fallon play Zelda on the Nintendo Switch
THE VERGE
Catapult yourself in the midst of New York’s Christmas-themed streets with Google’s ‘Window Wonderland’, even in VR [Video]
9to5Google
Do you hear what AI hear?
CBC
Apple Seeds Fifth Beta of tvOS 10.1 to Developers
MacRumors
Mophie Launches Juice Pack Air Battery Case With Wireless Charging for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
MacRumors
Mac App Subscription Service 'Setapp' Offers Beta Invites
MacRumors
Apple's Renewed Focus on iPad Left the Mac Behind This Year
MacRumors
Humans play computer game using only direct brain stimulation
PHYS.ORG
Amazon just launched a cashier-free convenience store
THE VERGE
A handful of photos yields a mouthful of (digital) teeth
PHYS.ORG
Apple Shares New 'Romeo and Juliet' Ad Highlighting the iPhone 7's Camera
MacRumors
Crowdfunding campaign aims to create the perfect battery-pack for MacBook/MacBook Pro [Video]
9to5Mac
Security vulnerabilities in AirDroid allow access to private data and sending of malicious files [Video]
9to5Google
Korg stuffed all the features of its Wavestation synth into an app
THE VERGE
Sony Xperia XZ, X Performance, Verizon LG G5 pick up Android Nougat
9to5Google
The White House’s new app builds 1600 Pennsylvania Ave on a real $1 bill
THE VERGE
WATCH LIVE @ 11am ET: NASA Talks 'Hidden Figures' & Space Math for Students
SPACE.COM
Bach to the future: AI, meet classical music - CNET
CNET
Hands-on with AT&T’s new DirecTV Now streaming TV service [Video]
9to5Mac
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