Ars Technica
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The Mandalorian was shot on a holodeck-esque set with Unreal Engine, video shows  12h30 22 février
Samuel Axon
This video depicts one of the most radical evolutions of filmmaking in years.
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Companies are stealing influencers’ faces  11h50 22 février
Eric Bangeman
And there’s not much they can do about it.
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Review: Time travel and murder combine in HBO’s riveting Beforeigners series  22h20 21 février
Jennifer Ouellette
It’s a thoughtful, moving, often ribald and funny tale of worlds colliding.
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Google faces state lawsuit alleging misuse of schoolkids’ private data  21h57 21 février
Kate Cox
Collecting and using kids’ data from educational tools is a no-go, state AG says.
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California man arrested on charges his DDoSes took down candidate’s website  21h35 21 février
Dan Goodin
Feds say defendant used Amazon servers to wage DDoS attacks that cost the rival campaign.
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Trump report bizarrely claims net neutrality repeal raised incomes 50B a year  20h27 21 février
Jon Brodkin
Trump economic report relies on pseudo-economics.
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It’s the hosts versus the rest of humanity in new trailer for Westworld S3 [Updated]  19h28 21 février
Jennifer Ouellette
I was born into this world. And my first memories of it are pain.
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Facebook offers to pay users for their voice recordings  18h33 21 février
Financial Times
Makers of smart speakers have faced criticism for sharing data without consent.
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An extended interview with Atrus himself, Myst creator Rand Miller  18h17 21 février
Lee Hutchinson
If you have a couple of hours, come learn everything about how Myst came to be.
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Google cracks down on location-tracking Android apps  17h50 21 février
Ron Amadeo
New Play Store policy will make apps justify background location access.
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CDC didn’t want 14 coronavirus patients flown to US it was overruled  17h37 21 février
Beth Mole
State Dept. overruled health experts amid unexpected test results, report says.
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A weed dealer’s 59M lesson: Don’t hide Bitcoin keys with a fishing rod  17h37 21 février
Nathan Mattise
The man reportedly regarded [the loss] as punishment for his own stupidity.
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Onward film review: Pixar rolls a 20, nails homage to D&D-styled adventure  17h00 21 février
Sam Machkovech
Pixar’s clever appropriation of D&D, fantasy lore is anchored by a memorable story.
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The House wants to know what Ring is doing with footage from your house  16h48 21 février
Kate Cox
The request for documentation digs into everything about Ring’s deals with cops.
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AT&T loses key ruling in class action over unlimited-data throttling  16h34 21 février
Jon Brodkin
AT&T’s mandatory-arbitration clause is illegal in California, court rules.