Federal judge dismisses libel suit against Techdirt from Shiva Ayyadurai who claims he invented email due to difficulty in defining email (Cyrus Farivar/Ars Technica)   Cyrus Farivar / Ars Technica:Federal judge dismisses libel suit against Techdirt from Shiva Ayyadurai who claims he invented email due to difficulty in defining email  Judge: Techdirt articles were opinionated and hyperbolic but not libel.  A federal judge in Massachusetts has dismissed a libel lawsuit filed earlier…

Federal judge dismisses libel suit against Techdirt from Shiva Ayyadurai who claims he invented email due to difficulty in defining email (Cyrus Farivar/Ars Technica) Cyrus Farivar / Ars Technica:Federal judge dismisses libel suit against Techdirt from Shiva Ayyadurai who claims he invented email due to difficulty in defining email Judge: Techdirt articles were opinionated and hyperbolic but not libel. A federal judge in Massachusetts has dismissed a libel lawsuit filed earlier…

Microsoft was an early player in AR thanks to HoloLens but is being superseded by Apple and Google who focus on adding AR to software over expensive hardware (Peter Bright/Ars Technica)   Peter Bright / Ars Technica:Microsoft was an early player in AR thanks to HoloLens but is being superseded by Apple and Google who focus on adding AR to software over expensive hardware  HoloLens was inspirational but it's ARKit and ARCore that are going to win developers.  Stop me if you think you've heard…

Microsoft was an early player in AR thanks to HoloLens but is being superseded by Apple and Google who focus on adding AR to software over expensive hardware (Peter Bright/Ars Technica) Peter Bright / Ars Technica:Microsoft was an early player in AR thanks to HoloLens but is being superseded by Apple and Google who focus on adding AR to software over expensive hardware HoloLens was inspirational but it's ARKit and ARCore that are going to win developers. Stop me if you think you've heard…

Finland-based ICEYE raises $13M led by Draper Nexus to build and launch a constellation of small satellites for its Earth imaging service (Eric Berger/Ars Technica)   Eric Berger / Ars Technica:Finland-based ICEYE raises $13M led by Draper Nexus to build and launch a constellation of small satellites for its Earth imaging service  We're building something slightly less capable that's smaller cheaper.  The biggest thing in aerospace these days is the trend toward small things…

Finland-based ICEYE raises $13M led by Draper Nexus to build and launch a constellation of small satellites for its Earth imaging service (Eric Berger/Ars Technica) Eric Berger / Ars Technica:Finland-based ICEYE raises $13M led by Draper Nexus to build and launch a constellation of small satellites for its Earth imaging service We're building something slightly less capable that's smaller cheaper. The biggest thing in aerospace these days is the trend toward small things…

Meltdowns at NSA spy data center destroy equipment, delay opening | Ars Technica

Meltdowns at NSA spy data center destroy equipment, delay opening

Meltdowns at NSA spy data center destroy equipment, delay opening | Ars Technica

Security reporter tells Ars about hacked 911 call that sent SWAT team to his house | Ars Technica

Security reporter tells Ars about hacked 911 call that sent SWAT team to his house (Updated)

Security reporter tells Ars about hacked 911 call that sent SWAT team to his house | Ars Technica

A real estate agent was flooded with 700 robocalls per day halting her business for 5 days; at 2.4B robocalls/mo. in US it's a major problem with no quick fix (Jon Brodkin/Ars Technica)

A real estate agent was flooded with 700 robocalls per day halting her business for 5 days; at 2.4B robocalls/mo. in US it's a major problem with no quick fix (Jon Brodkin/Ars Technica)

How to hurricane-proof a Web server for Harvey  Ars Technica

How to hurricane-proof a Web server for Harvey Ars Technica

Scientist-developed malware prototype covertly jumps air gaps using inaudible sound | Ars Technica

Scientist-developed malware prototype covertly jumps air gaps using inaudible sound

Scientist-developed malware prototype covertly jumps air gaps using inaudible sound | Ars Technica

The Equifax breach affecting 44% of US population is possibly the worst leak of personal information ever and was handled poorly by the company (Dan Goodin/Ars Technica)

The Equifax breach affecting 44% of US population is possibly the worst leak of personal information ever and was handled poorly by the company (Dan Goodin/Ars Technica)

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