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Patch-maker says breaking DRM is the only way to add Vive support to Rift games.
FuboTV temporarily won't count against Sprint data caps under a new promotion. (credit: FuboTV) Sprint is now allowing some online video to be streamed without counting against customers' data caps, making it the fourth major wireless carrier in the US to implement data cap exemptions (or "zero-rating"). Sprint's first foray into zero-rating, announced last week, is […]
Two bills instruct the state to ignore the greenhouse effect and federal government.
Media Molecule's new "play, create, share" game is rare PS4 example of "early access."
Contractor offered football tickets and rifles in exchange for favorable treatment.
Previously, some 58 sites were given special treatment. Now it's only Facebook.
Prisoners who paid $1.70 per song lost access when the prison changed vendors.
And is the government liable for copyright infringement for using it?
Technique transforms every image from a Hubble orbit into same frame of reference.
Lineup includes new true wireless earbuds and fitness tracker as well.
It's all here: Hole punch displays, in-screen fingerprint readers, and really big specs.
Video: A tiltrotor and an "X-wing" helicopter vie to be Army's Future Long Range Assault Aircraft.
Samsung's half-phone, half-tablet is real, starts at $1,980, launches April 26.
Pai's FCC takes credit for new broadband, but progress was similar in Obama era.
"Middle East Marshall Plan" appeared to be mostly about money for ex-generals, not policy.
"The on-device microphone was never intended to be a secret," Google says.
No pre-approval needed for player-made content on Microsoft's console.
Elon Musk is a difficult guy to work for. That doesn't mean Tesla is in trouble.