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Tech Companies Need To Take Responsibility For the 'Chaos' They Create, Tim Cook Says (apple.slashdot.org)

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Microsoft's To-Do App Comes To Mac (tech.slashdot.org)

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NASA astronaut snaps gorgeous photo of aurora from the International Space Station (feedproxy.google.com)

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Turn any windows into frosted glass windows in minutes for under $6 (feedproxy.google.com)

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Daring maneuver brings NASA’s orbiter closer to an asteroid than ever before (feedproxy.google.com)

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A Quarter of Major CMSs Use Outdated MD5 as the Default Password Hashing Scheme (it.slashdot.org)

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The League of Entropy Forms To Offer Acts of Public Randomness (science.slashdot.org)

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What Really Happened To Malaysia's Missing Airplane (news.slashdot.org)

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Prime Day came early for the best-selling Instant Pot, which is down to its lowest price of 2019 (feedproxy.google.com)

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A 53-Year-Old Network Coloring Conjecture Is Disproved (tech.slashdot.org)

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Comcast Forgets To Delete Evidence It's Using Evil Fansubs In Its Streaming Service (techdirt.com)

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Adobe's experimental AI tool can tell if something's been Photoshopped (theinquirer.net)

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7 paid iPhone apps on sale for free on June 17th (feedproxy.google.com)

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Ready for takeoff: Airbus's sweeping mixed reality redesign (zdnet.com)

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Nintendo’s $70 Switch Pro controller is down to $49.99 on Amazon (feedproxy.google.com)

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The ‘Platform’ Excuse Is Dying (theatlantic.com)

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SIM swap horror story: I've lost decades of data and Google won't lift a finger (zdnet.com)

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Comcast’s new eye-controlled channel changer sounds like something from the future (feedproxy.google.com)

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This fake video perfectly imagines what will happen when the robots decide to fight back (feedproxy.google.com)

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First Amendment constraints don’t apply to private platforms, Supreme Court affirms (theverge.com)

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Samsung tells owners of its QLED TVs to manually scan for malware every few weeks (techspot.com)

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Samsung TVs should be regularly virus-checked, the company says (bbc.com)

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Pete Buttigieg Enlists a Silicon Valley Vet to Bring in the Money (wired.com)

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iOS 13 beta 2 is now available for download (feedproxy.google.com)

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The ends of this crazy JBL sound bar pop off and become wireless surround sound speakers (feedproxy.google.com)

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Amazon’s best-selling Windows 10 laptop is $50 off today (feedproxy.google.com)

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Samsung tells homes to virus-check TVs (bbc.co.uk)

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Google CEO: YouTube is too big to fix completely (cnbc.com)

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Data surveillance powers unlawfully wide, court told (bbc.co.uk)

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Net Neutrality Advocates Deliver 3.5 Million Petitions To Mitch McConnell For Net Neutrality Vote (rootsaction.org)