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Interesting  *Tuesday March 14, 2017 @06:37PM 1 2
   attached to Vibrator Maker To Pay Millions Over Claims It Secretly Tracked Use
"Why you shouldn't trust Geek Squad"  *Tuesday January 10, 2017 @11:46PM 2 -1, Troll
   attached to Why You Shouldn't Trust Geek Squad
Hmm  *Monday December 19, 2016 @10:36PM 1 2
   attached to Mark Zuckerberg Demos Jarvis, His Own Home AI Assistant
Labelling will have to change  *Thursday September 29, 2016 @10:22AM 1 3
   attached to Chinese Media, Government Confirm Apple Research Center in Beijing Tech Corridor
Re:Slashdot doesn't read tech news anymore.  *Sunday September 25, 2016 @02:41PM 1 2
   attached to Ask Slashdot: Who's Building The Open Source Version of Siri?
Re:Why bother?  *Friday September 16, 2016 @02:17PM 1 5, Informative
   attached to AP, Vice, USA Today Sue FBI For Info On Phone Hack of San Bernardino Shooter
What "deadlock"?  *Wednesday September 14, 2016 @12:04AM 2 3
   attached to Stanford Engineers Propose A Technology To Break The Net Neutrality Deadlock
Re:Shocking!  *Tuesday September 13, 2016 @12:16PM 1 1
   attached to Sugar Industry Bought Off Scientists, Skewed Dietary Guidelines For Decades
Never Kickstarter  *Tuesday July 26, 2016 @08:25PM 2 2
   attached to AR Helmet Startup Skully Has Crashed and Burned
Still original content  *Tuesday July 26, 2016 @10:18AM 4 5, Insightful
   attached to Slashdot Asks: What's Next For Netflix?
Re:Stupid statement  *Monday July 18, 2016 @02:16AM 1 2
   attached to Google, Tesla, and Facebook Attract 'Hordes of Tech Tourists' To Their Headquarters
This story is garbage  *Tuesday July 12, 2016 @10:13AM 6 1, Insightful
   attached to Pokemon Go Was Never Able To Read Your Email
Shitty refund policy  *Wednesday June 29, 2016 @07:33PM 2 5, Insightful
   attached to Tesla Admits Defeat, Quietly Settles Model X Lawsuit Over Usability Problems
Re:My 0.02  *Monday February 01, 2016 @09:29PM 1 2
   attached to Harvard: No, Crypto Isn't Making the FBI Go Dark
Further Reading  *Tuesday November 17, 2015 @09:25PM 3 5, Insightful
   attached to DoJ Going After Makers of Dietary Supplement
Meanwhile inside Google  *Friday June 26, 2015 @06:50PM 1 3
   attached to Mob Programming: When Is 5 Heads Really Better Than 1 (or 2)?
Re:Epic?  *Monday April 20, 2015 @05:04PM 3 5, Funny
   attached to Astronaut Snaps Epic Star Trek Selfie In Space
Re:Does it work in reverse?  *Tuesday April 14, 2015 @07:12PM 1 4, Interesting
   attached to Denver TSA Screeners Manipulated System In Order To Grope Men's Genitals
Re:What are the implications for the textbook mark  *Friday December 19, 2014 @09:27PM  1
   attached to Calculus Textbook Author James Stewart Has Died
Re:"Culture Fit" is an excuse for discrimination  *Monday December 01, 2014 @07:55PM  3
   attached to Want To Work For a Cool Tech Company? Hone Your Social Skills
LMAO  *Thursday November 27, 2014 @06:17PM 2 2, Insightful
   attached to Behind Apple's Sapphire Screen Debacle
His argument boils down to:  *Thursday October 16, 2014 @05:17PM 5 5, Insightful
   attached to FBI Director Continues His Campaign Against Encryption
Probably going to be a rant:  *Thursday August 28, 2014 @10:07PM 2 3
   attached to Canada Tops List of Most Science-Literate Countries
Re:Uh, it's not 40 million...  *Wednesday January 15, 2014 @01:15AM  2
   attached to Target Hackers Have More Data Than They Can Sell

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