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Re:Long Time Common Practice  Tuesday April 25, 2017 @08:16AM  3
Re:This is nothing new  Tuesday April 25, 2017 @08:15AM 1 2
   attached to How Online Shopping Makes Suckers of Us All
Re:Who covers where you need it  Tuesday April 25, 2017 @08:22AM  2
   attached to Slashdot Asks: Which Wireless Carrier Do You Prefer?
Re:Use Linux servers?  Tuesday April 25, 2017 @08:29AM  3
   attached to NSA's DoublePulsar Kernel Exploit a 'Bloodbath'
Re:AI killing industry  Tuesday April 25, 2017 @08:31AM  2
   attached to Lyrebird Claims It Can Recreate Anyone's Voice Based On Just a 1 Minute Sample
Re:Open the pod bay doors, Google  Friday April 21, 2017 @08:41AM 1 2
   attached to Google Home Now Recognizes Specific Users' Voices, Gains Support For Multiple Accounts
Re:Low-cost is the factor here  Wednesday April 19, 2017 @07:42AM  2
   attached to Broadband Expansion Could Trigger Dangerous Surge In Space Junk
Re:I can't believe I'm defending Samsung...  Tuesday April 18, 2017 @09:07AM 1 2
   attached to Samsung Blocks Ability To Remap Galaxy S8's Bixby Button
Re:Microsoft  Thursday April 13, 2017 @08:08AM  2
   attached to Microsoft Kills Off Security Bulletins
Re:piss poor subject  Thursday April 13, 2017 @08:19AM  2
   attached to Dozens Of Canonical Employees Resign As Ubuntu Switches To GNOME, Shuttleworth Returns As CEO
Re:Don't think so  Wednesday April 12, 2017 @09:09AM  2
Re:That seems unlikely...  Wednesday April 12, 2017 @09:03AM  2
   attached to Sir Tim Berners-Lee Lays Out Nightmare Scenario Where AI Runs the Financial World
Re: DIY? No, more like DOA  Wednesday April 12, 2017 @09:15AM 3 3
   attached to The Kodi Development Team Wants To Be Legitimate and Bring DRM To the Platform.
Re:why ?  *Monday April 10, 2017 @09:40AM  2
   attached to New 'Spray-On' Memory Could Turn Everyday Items Into Digital Storage Devices
Re:How Are These Devices Getting Public IPs?  *Friday April 07, 2017 @09:30AM  2
Re:Sledgehammer approach.  *Friday April 07, 2017 @09:19AM  2
   attached to New Destructive Malware Intentionally Bricks IoT Devices
Re:Where to start ...  *Wednesday April 05, 2017 @09:11AM 1 2
   attached to 'Extreme Vetting' Would Require Visitors To US To Share Contacts, Passwords
Re:Not this shit again  *Friday March 31, 2017 @08:16AM  2
Re:Sure...  *Friday March 31, 2017 @08:14AM  2
   attached to Microsoft To Sell Customized Edition of Samsung Galaxy S8 Android Smartphones
Re:Ouch...  *Wednesday March 29, 2017 @08:57AM  2
   attached to US Congress Votes To Shred ISP Privacy Rules
Re:Slackware  *Monday March 27, 2017 @09:45AM  3
   attached to Ask Slashdot: What's The Easiest Linux Distro For A Newbie?
Re:How is this Newsworthy?  *Monday March 27, 2017 @10:15AM  3
   attached to 17-Year-Old Corrects NASA Mistake In Data From The ISS
Re:I don't have any you insensitive clod!  *Friday March 24, 2017 @10:09AM  2
   attached to US Ordered 'Mandatory Social Media Check' For Visa Applicants Who Visited ISIS Territory
Re:Interesting how few controls there are  *Thursday March 23, 2017 @11:08AM  2
   attached to A Lithuanian Phisher Tricked Two Big US Tech Companies Into Wiring Him $100 Million

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