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Top story: You don’t have to feel guilty about sharing your TV log-in

You don’t have to feel guilty about sharing your TV log-in

The Washington Post | Wednesday February 21, 2018

You need a password to stream the Olympics and many other shows. Sharing one isn't always a no-no.

Money Laundering via Author Impersonation on Amazon

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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Physics Makes Aging Inevitable, Not Biology

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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Ethics can’t be a side hustle

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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Daimler to start serial production of eActros truck in 2021

Reuters | Wednesday February 21, 2018

STUTTGART (Reuters) - Daimler said on Wednesday it aims to start serial production of an electric heavy truck with a range of 200 km (124 miles) in 2021, Daimler Trucks chief Martin Daum said.

Temenos agrees to 1.4 billion pounds deal for Fidessa, activist Elliott enters

Reuters | Wednesday February 21, 2018

ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss software company Temenos said it has agreed a 1.4 billion pound ($1.96 billion) deal to buy British peer Fidessa Group, whose shares traded above the offer price as an activist investor disclosed a stake of nearly 5 percent.

Bitcoins for free? Japanese cryptocurrency exchange lands in hot water again

Reuters | Wednesday February 21, 2018

TOKYO (Reuters) - A blunder at a Japanese cryptocurrency exchange let investors briefly buy bitcoins for free - though none were able to profit from the mistake.

Temenos agrees 1.4 billion pounds deal for Fidessa, activist Elliott enters

Reuters | Wednesday February 21, 2018

ZURICH (Reuters) - Swiss software company Temenos said it has agreed a 1.4 billion pound ($1.96 billion) deal to buy British peer Fidessa Group, whose shares traded above the offer price as an activist investor disclosed a stake of nearly 5 percent.

The ESA says preserving old online games isn't 'necessary'

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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Why has CPU frequency ceased to grow?

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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Are alpha males worse investors?

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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How to build an antigravity device

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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Announcing the Dropbox Foundation

Hacker News | Wednesday February 21, 2018

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Apple in talks to buy cobalt directly from miners: Bloomberg

Reuters | Wednesday February 21, 2018

(Reuters) - Apple Inc is in talks to buy long-term supplies of cobalt for iPhone batteries directly from miners, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday, citing sources.