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- Russia’s neighbors shiver amid Putin’s Cold War moves in Ukraine
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Latest Ars Technica Items
The federal government is working out the kinks in a plan that would require many vehicles on U.S. roadways to "talk" with one another using a technology called vehicle-to-vehicle.
Americans who took time to register for Obamacare at Healthcare.gov have been given a tough pill to swallow: Phone support has told individuals that passwords are being reset to fix many of the login problems and "glitches" that President Obama has acknowledged.
If you click "like" on a Facebook post, does your click constitute "speech" that is just as protected as written speech? The answer is yes, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals said in overturning the lower court's ruling.
Whose job is it to monitor a child's online behavior when they aren't in school? According to the Glendale Unified School District in Los Angeles, the answer is elementary: the school district.
British trash cans are getting smart. Really smart. In fact, some of them have the capability to track which way citizens go to work and their daily behavior by tracking them through an identifier in their cell phones.
Technology website Ars Technica reports that the "ultimate in human-machine chimera" has been accomplished by interweaving biological tissue with electronics.
Edward Snowden, the Web-savvy National Security Agency information leaker who's now in hiding, didn't always believe in the right of the people to know their government's behind-the-scenes activities.
An Iowa town could be one of the first municipalities in the nation to ban drones — a bold move in an era of increasing concerns over constitutional privacy rights.
The Union of French Jewish Students (UEJF) is suing Twitter for nearly $50 million after it refused to turn over the names of people who had tweeted racist and anti-semitic remarks, as ruled by a French court.