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Monster 773 million-record breach list contains plaintext passwords

Monster 773 million-record breach list contains plaintext passwords

Widely circulated "Collection #1" was used in automated credential stuffing attacks.

It’s the drag that helps the humble hagfish slime predators so quickly

Hagfish can produce one liter of slime in mere fractions of a second.
System has four stars and a planet-forming disk oriented vertically

System has four stars and a planet-forming disk oriented vertically

Orbital mechanics sometimes produces unusual results.
Next Windows 10 version will let you search without Cortana’s involvement

Next Windows 10 version will let you search without Cortana’s involvement

Cortana is seeing a productivity focus; search is being unified with Office 365.
Tesla sells a new wall charger, Maryland backs away from big EV charging program

Tesla sells a new wall charger, Maryland backs away from big EV charging program

An electric-vehicle transition requires places to plug in.
Report: DOJ pursuing criminal charges against Huawei for theft of tech

Report: DOJ pursuing criminal charges against Huawei for theft of tech

Huawei stole robotic tech from T-Mobile, according to a civil jury.
Apple loses patent case appeal, owes VirnetX $440M in FaceTime dispute

Apple loses patent case appeal, owes VirnetX $440M in FaceTime dispute

With VirnetX's patents ruled invalid, Apple has vowed to take case to Supreme Court.
Unity clarifies ToS changes, welcomes back “unsupported” SpatialOS

Unity clarifies ToS changes, welcomes back “unsupported” SpatialOS

ToS update comes with "commitment to being an open platform."
Netflix reveals Space Force comedy series before Trump gets real thing approved

Netflix reveals Space Force comedy series before Trump gets real thing approved

This marks Carell's first starring TV role since his seven seasons on The Office.
Stop and Shop grocery chain to begin offering “store on wheels” service

Stop and Shop grocery chain to begin offering “store on wheels” service

Driverless grocery stores will let customers "shop at their doorsteps."
Tesla accuses engineer of plotting secret project, she denies it and sues

Tesla accuses engineer of plotting secret project, she denies it and sues

Cristina Balan raised concerns, Tesla dismissed them publicly as "nonsensical."
We’ll send postcards—pinball museums, CERN, and more favorite Ars trips of all time

We’ll send postcards—pinball museums, CERN, and more favorite Ars trips of all time

Most days, Ars works at home. Other days, we board WWII ships or hit NASA panic buttons.
Google Play starts manually whitelisting SMS and phone apps

Google Play starts manually whitelisting SMS and phone apps

To protect user privacy, Google starts policing apps using SMS and phone permissions.
FCC asks court for delay in case that could restore net neutrality rules

FCC asks court for delay in case that could restore net neutrality rules

FCC asks court to delay oral arguments, citing government shutdown.
“This isn’t like shipping wine”—Defense Distributed v. Grewal has its day in court

“This isn’t like shipping wine”—Defense Distributed v. Grewal has its day in court

Is distributing gun files like distributing a package? Can NJ law be disputed in TX court?
T-Mobile CEO, execs stay at Trump hotel while lobbying Trump administration

T-Mobile CEO, execs stay at Trump hotel while lobbying Trump administration

Stays come as T-Mobile seeks approval to buy Sprint.
Microsoft removes Forza dances amid Fortnite lawsuits

Microsoft removes Forza dances amid Fortnite lawsuits

"Individual... dance steps by themselves" are not copyrightable, says US Copyright Office.

Video: Inside the artistic mind of Dead Space designer Glen Schofield

From Disney to deep space, Schofield just wanted to make art—and he succeeded.
YouTube updates policies to explicitly ban dangerous pranks, challenges

YouTube updates policies to explicitly ban dangerous pranks, challenges

Stunts like the inane "Bird Box challenge" are getting the ax.
Where will NASA go in 20 years? It may depend on private space and China

Where will NASA go in 20 years? It may depend on private space and China

To divine the future of NASA in 2038, we looked back to 1998 for some clues.