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Bryan Fuller to helm new Star Trek series: What do his past episodes tell us about the new show?

Share This article CBS has announced that the upcoming Star Trek TV show will be helmed by Brian Fuller, creator of Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies, and Hannibal. Before he created these shows, Fuller was a writer on both Star Trek: Deep ...

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Julian Assange is no victim

Share This article This week, the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention released a report which found that Julian Assange, one-time leader of Wikileaks and general enemy of government secrecy, has been unlawfully detained in the Ecuadorian embassy for the ...

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Google will warn users away from fake download buttons, social engineering

Share This article The web today is a vastly different place from the Internet I first explored courtesy of AOL and Netscape Navigator back in 1997. One thing that hasn’t changed in two decades, however, is the use of fake ...

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Swarm Intelligence could level the playing field between man and machine

Share This article As the 2016 Oscars approach, prediction gurus worldwide are rubbing their hands in warm anticipation of the revelations to come. The Academy Awards have taken on a significance far beyond mere Hollywood accolade, emerging as a proving ground ...

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Samantha Kalman on indie VR game development: rethinking fundamentals

Share This article The VR game scene is heating up, and it’s not just about AAA titles, as we’re finding in our new series on developing for VR. Hot off the heels of our interview with No Goblin’s Dan Teasdale, I had the ...

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More Samsung Galaxy S7 specs and images leak ahead of launch

Share This article Samsung’s Galaxy S7 is headed for launch in just a few months, and information about the device is already beginning to leak to the press. The S7 has a tough road to walk — the Galaxy S6 ...

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Google exec: ISIS must be driven from the open web

Share This article Google’s “head of ideas” Jared Cohen declared this week that ISIS must be driven from the so-called “open web,” and forced to rely on dark web services and the Tor network if the world is serious about ...

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ExtremeTech

ExtremeTechAdBlock blocked by ad industry, as tensions (and reality) set inET deals: Dell Latitude 15 3000 15.6-inch 1080p laptop for $ 702AMD quarterly results show improvement, Zen will address 80 percent of server marketReview: The Asus G751JY-DB72 is one heck ...

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Free Basics, net neutrality, and the problem with charity

Share This article The past year must have been discouraging for Mark Zuckerberg. The tech world’s favorite hoodie rack probably thought that when he announced Internet.org, Facebook’s joint venture to bring limited free internet access to developing areas, it would be welcomed ...

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EA’s Origin Access offers PC gamers unlimited access to select games

Share This article Electronic Arts, and by extension the Origin game service, is not particularly well-liked by gamers thanks to its heavy use of microtransactions and DLC packs. Perhaps it will earn some goodwill with a new service called Origin Access. ...

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