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Monero Moon Prize

Announcing the Monero Moon Prize!

I pledge 10,000 Monero to the winner of a competition that begins right now. I will award the prize for completing a task which is very difficult, but not impossible.
The prize of 10,000 Monero will be awarded to the first team or individual to operate a 3D printer on the moon. This 3D printer must use lunar soil as its raw print material and demonstrate that it can reliably produce custom mechanical components.
I have created a set of rules for the competition but I welcome feedback on the details. My desire is that following the competition, the winning team is able to continue to operate the 3D printer on the Moon’s surface and to indefinitely produce parts from lunar soil and sunlight.
 

The Competition

  1. Safely deliver a payload to the surface of the Moon.
  2. Deploy 3D printer and some method of gathering soil for its continued operation.
  3. Print a series of 3 test parts from lunar soil using an additive manufacturing technique which does not rely on external binding agents from Earth. The printer cannot rely on supplies from Earth for its continued manufacture of parts.
  4. Minor manipulation and/or assembly of parts will be required.
  5. The build volume of the printer must be at least 150x150x150mm with dimensional tolerances to within 0.2mm of specifications. (Note: this level of performance is comparable to mid-priced 3D printers currently available in the home market)
  6. The ultimate tensile strength of the parts must be greater than 10 MPa in any direction (about 1/3 that of common glass).
  7. The winning team must meet these objectives on or before December 19, 2022; or 50 years since man last stepped foot on the Moon. We as a species must not go 50 years before taking our next step towards the Moon’s development.
 

Feasibility

Exponential Increase in Monero’s Value

The value of cryptocurrencies increases exponentially with adoption. A prize purse of 10,000 Monero is currently worth about $120,000. This meager amount is unlikely to incentivize a lunar mission, considering it costs roughly $15 million to launch a 10-kg payload to the Moon [1]. However, if the market adoption of Monero becomes similar to what Bitcoin enjoys today, then the 10,000 Monero prize purse would be roughly a hundred times more valuable (~$12 million) and enough to recoup the majority of launch expenses.
The size of the prize could also increase through donations or pledges made by additional backers. Any team in the competition could offset their own costs by pursuing corporate sponsorships or pairing their entry for the Monero Moon Prize with another competition like the Google Lunar XPRIZE, where a team must have a robot move 500 m on the Moon’s surface[2]. There are many possibilities for adding incentives to this competition, this is simply a first step.

What is Lunar Soil Made Of?

Glass and metal, mostly[3,4]. Aluminum, titanium, tungsten, and iron. Volatiles like ice and many useful trace elements[5,6,7]. Most soil particles are very fine with sharp angles, turned to powder through billions of years of meteoric impact. Older, more weathered particles have small bits of non-oxidized iron on their surface and imbedded within, making them efficiently heated with microwaves [8,9] and levitate in magnetic fields[10].

What Can Lunar Soil be Made Into?

Just about any solid object you can think of. Researchers have turned lunar soil simulant into gears, bolts, bricks, and bunkers[11,12,13,14,15]. They do this by selectively melting the soil in a desired shape and then cooling it until it hardens. Possible heat sources include lasers, microwaves, and concentrated solar, to name a few.
Many technologies in use by DIY maker communities and additive manufacturers can be extended with little modification to the lunar environment. Candidate technologies include selective sintering and fused deposition modeling. In selective sintering, a laser or other heat source is directed at a bed of powder which is partially melted and allowed to re-harden. Here’s a demonstration of how simple the process can be[16,17].
Fused deposition modeling is a type of 3D printing that you are probably most familiar with. Some material, typically plastic, is heated until it can be extruded out of a small nozzle. This extruded material is used to draw a 2D image on a flat surface. The height of the nozzle is then raised and another 2D image is drawn on top of the old. This process continues through many layers until a laminated 3D shape emerges. This technology was recently applied where small beads of optical glass acted as the raw print material[18], a substance not too different from lunar soil[19,20,21].
We can see from these examples that there are at least a few techniques for printing reliable parts from Moon dust. All major technical hurdles have been passed, now it’s just a matter of application-specific design.

Why a prize?

From the Orteig Prize sending aircraft across the Atlantic, to the Ansari XPRIZE sending private manned spacecraft to space, to the ongoing Google Lunar XPRIZE where teams are asked to drive a rover 500 m on the Moon, incentive competitions have simply been shown to work. Prizes are an effective way of directing the efforts of others towards a unified goal with potentially universal utility. I do not care who takes the first step in the extraterrestrial manufacturing revolution, just as long as someone takes it.
Prizes are an excellent investment. The prize backers only spend money if the competition garners a favorable result. The teams are compelled to initially spend their own resources to investigate several parallel designs. Incentive competitions have historically seen teams spend a combined $16 for every $1 used to fund the prize[22,23]; this represents a remarkable 16:1 return on your investment in terms of total R&D!
A competition also adds extraneous benefits. Humans tend to be thrilled by competition. They love the challenge, the race against another pack of humans. A need emerges to quickly find a solution and win at all costs.
Good solutions to the most difficult problems have been found under these conditions and frequently within shortened timeframes. We as a species need the ability to extract material resources from extraterrestrial sources as quickly as possible. I believe an incentive competition is a fast, inexpensive, and exciting way for us all to realize that goal.

Who Am I?

I wish to remain anonymous and feel lucky that this right is afforded to me by Monero. I hold a higher degree in a field related to this competition and would be inclined towards continued technical discussions on these topics.
I will send the pledged funds to a multisig wallet held in escrow once that becomes a possibility, but reserve the right to withdraw my funds from the competition before the stated deadline if it appears that no reasonable effort is being made by any team to win the prize.
 

References

[1]http://www.parabolicarc.com/2010/03/15/send-1pound-payload-moon-950k/
[2]http://lunar.xprize.org/about/guidelines
[3]McKay, David S., et al. "The lunar regolith." Lunar sourcebook (1991): 285-356.
[4]Noble, Sarah. "The Lunar Regolith." (2009).
[5]Duke, Michael B., et al. "Development of the Moon." Reviews in mineralogy and geochemistry 60.1 (2006): 597-655.
[6]Taylor, Jeff, Larry Taylor, and Mike Duke. "Concentrations of Volatiles in the Lunar Regolith." (2007).
[7]Crawford, Ian A. "Lunar resources: A review." Progress in Physical Geography 39.2 (2015): 137-167.
[8]Taylor, Lawrence, et al. "Lunar Dust Problem: From Liability to Asset." 1st space exploration conference: continuing the voyage of discovery. 2005.
[9]Taylor, Lawrence A., and Thomas T. Meek. "Microwave sintering of lunar soil: properties, theory, and practice." Journal of Aerospace Engineering 18.3 (2005): 188-196.
[10]Colwell, J. E., et al. "Lunar surface: Dust dynamics and regolith mechanics." Reviews of Geophysics 45.2 (2007).
[11]Krishna Balla, Vamsi, et al. "First demonstration on direct laser fabrication of lunar regolith parts." Rapid Prototyping Journal 18.6 (2012): 451-457.
[12]Fateri, Miranda, and Andreas Gebhardt. "Process Parameters Development of Selective Laser Melting of Lunar Regolith for On‐Site Manufacturing Applications." International Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology 12.1 (2015): 46-52.
[13]Indyk, Stephen. Structural members produced from unrefined lunar regolith, a structural assessment. Diss. Rutgers University-Graduate School-New Brunswick, 2015.
[14]Lim, Sungwoo, and Mahesh Anand. "In-Situ Resource Utilisation (ISRU) derived extra-terrestrial construction processes using sintering-based additive manufacturing techniques–focusing on a lunar surface environment." (2015).
[15]Goulas, Athanasios, et al. "3D printing with moondust." Rapid Prototyping Journal 22.6 (2016): 864-870.
[16]Kayser, Markus. SolarSinter Project: www.markuskayser.com.
[17]Rietema, Menno-Jan. "Design of a solar sand printer." (2013).
[18]Klein, John, et al. "Additive manufacturing of optically transparent glass." 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing 2.3 (2015): 92-105.
[19]Fabes, B. D., and W. H. Poisl. "Processing of glass-ceramics from lunar resources." (1991).
[20]Fabes, B. D., et al. "Melt-processing of lunar ceramics." (1992).
[21]Magoffin, Michael, and John Garvey. "Lunar glass production using concentrated solar energy." Space Programs and Technologies Conference. 1990.
[22]Guthrie, Julian, Branson, Richard, and Hawking, Stephen. How to Make a Spaceship: A Band of Renegades, an Epic Race, and the Birth of Private Spaceflight. Penguin Press, September, 2016.
[23]https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orteig_Prize
 

Addendum: The Philosophical Rant (It’s a long one…)

Things could be so much different than they are. As a species, we have arrived in our current state through a series of steps so complex that the thing we call reality might as well be an arbitrary selection from the possibilities of what could be.
In this reality, our reality, humans have made a massive misstep that has put our society and our species at risk. This glaring bit of poor judgment is ongoing, yet no action is being taken to resolve the situation.
No machines are being built outside of Earth’s orbit.
Even though we are a space faring species, we have no plans for gathering resources from outside of Earth or for building the extraterrestrial infrastructure that is necessary to take humans to other planets and beyond. We are not amassing the arsenal necessary to ward off extinction from asteroid impacts nor are we building the tools we need to fight runaway global warming through sunshades or the like.
We could be building things, lots of things, outside of Earth’s gravity and be permanently expanding our reach into the Cosmos. We can do all of this with existing technology – low tech by today’s standards – the only requirement is a slight shift of human priority.
I want to try in my own way to fill this gap. I want our reality to be different than it is and I think I know how to do that.
We must encourage the tinkerers and the builders to venture into space. And not just be there and exist in space, but to play in it, interact with it. A compelling challenge like the one that I have outlined would bring adventurers, those wary of traditional ways of doing things who take bold steps into new territory. I want to find the people in this world who want to dip their (virtual) hands into the Moon’s soil and pull out an object born from their imagination.
Following the competition, the winning team will have the ability to make parts indefinitely on the surface of the Moon using soil and sunlight. These parts could be assembled to form the bodies of robots, most notably those of additional printers; containers for material storage; energy collection apparatuses; and a host of other applications, with each addition bringing even greater capabilities for extracting resources and building upon the lunar surface.
Proper preparation could greatly extend the reach of this first lunar base to encourage it to grow organically from resources collected on the Moon. The winning team could build a large collection of printers and robots by sending just a few extra electronics, motors, and Mylar sheets for solar collection. This hardware could be installed into the bodies of printers and robots, all made on the Moon. The added costs of launching a slightly heavier payload would be minimal compared to the potential returns that you could receive from increased operational capability on the Moon.
The creative limits of the winning team will be pushed to find new ways of harnessing the few resources they started with. The lunar soil contains a range of extremely useful materials such as aluminum, iron, copper, titanium, and magnesium; all of which are easily extractable for use in specialized mechanical or electrical components. Small amounts of water can be liberated from the soil as it is melted. This water could be collected and used to drive steam engines as a feasible first step towards low-tech locomotion on the Moon. Simple heating elements could be produced from parabolic solar collectors improvised from Mylar sheets applied to the surface of troughs dug into the soil.
Continued support from Earth via rocket bound payloads could accelerate efforts of expanding upon the efforts of the winning team or their model could be repeated elsewhere on the Moon. From one printer comes many. Each new printer will build redundancy into the system and expand the infrastructure required for extraterrestrial manufacturing. From each new robot comes more soil and food for the growing manufacturing base. With proper preparation, this process can continue indefinitely.
 

tldr; Let's take Monero to the Moon and then let it return the favor.

 
Edit 1: I set up the website moneromoonprize.com to post additional information moving forward and propose that we use /moneromoonprize for continued discussion of the competition beyond this thread.
 
Edit 2: Verification of Funds
address:44aaLQFizmb2FdVKuBxwS5i8hgExwZyXpN7APKPeXmyYEc93ecZsweAJ2Rr4g8FDoPjBkXBrXARL4N3cpKbAWxCyUb8LfFM viewkey:3bc4c7354f7b870985a3698a23bcfbd63e01ece14d08eab16ac2b815157a7c03 key images (available for 24 hrs): https://dropfile.to/QzCc2r0 
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  26. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  27. A Day in the Life - Civil Engineer civilonfire.blogspot.in comments technology
  28. eHarmony says no other info stolen following password hack news.cnet.com comments technology
  29. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  30. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  31. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  32. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  33. A Cybersecurity Treaty Is a Bad Idea usnews.com comments technology
  34. A lost city, found with lasers technologyreview.com comments technology
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10pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  2. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  3. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  4. The entertainment industry disagrees with the studies saying that the more legitimate content there is available, at a reasonable price, the less likely people are to pirate. extratorrent.com comments technology
  5. The founder of Sierra On-Line, Ken Williams, recently came out of hiding for this one hour long interview about the rise and fall of this once great gaming company. youtu.be comments technology
  6. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. 3D Printing: How 3D Printing is Changing the World - T.Rowe Price individual.troweprice.com comments technology
  8. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. Electrical Circuits for 3 year olds with Playdough youtube.com comments technology
  10. Apple’s Planned Obsolescence Schedule tidbits.com comments technology
  11. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  12. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  13. Symantec recently discovered what it's calling “bizarre malware” that has been created to infect Android phones of fans who are voting in Japan’s premier annual girl-band election bgr.com comments technology
  14. Report finds rampant filesharing in North Korea, despite the risks arstechnica.com comments technology
  15. Google is shutting down Meebo and all of its services. meebo.com comments technology
  16. PR nightmare for Microsoft: Azure girls dancing to the lyrics "The words MICRO and SOFT don’t apply to my penis" over some techno beats, while the monitor behind them displayed "or vagina" in a bizarre inclusive effort. geekwire.com comments technology
  17. Google Chrome to come in Metro-style edition for Windows 8 netraft.com comments technology
  18. Metro-style Hotmail turns up in leaked screenshots engadget.com comments technology
  19. Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - Woman wins high court backing after she received abusive messages guardian.co.uk comments technology
  20. Amazing! news.sky.com comments technology
  21. We'll soon be able to touch objects and people via the internet astounde.com comments technology
  22. Free Anonymous Usenet Downloading With Just a Web Browser torrentfreak.com comments technology
  23. Microsoft ending consumers' ability to file class-action suits latimes.com comments technology
  24. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  25. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. RIM: What the hell happened? Research in Motion went from a sleepy Canadian backwater to the world's most innovative and fastest growing phone company in no time. Now, with its Blackberry business all but stalled, the company's future has never looked more uncertain. tech.fortune.cnn.com comments technology
  27. U.S. Claims Global Jurisdiction of .net and .com Web Sites: Is .edu Next? | e-Literate mfeldstein.com comments technology
  28. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  29. Raytheon Company: Check Out Our New Tomahawk Cruise Missile! raytheon.com comments technology
  30. Understanding Bitcoin: Bitcoin is at the forefront of 'hacktivism', giving its users a free alternative to contemporary financial mechanisms aljazeera.com comments technology
  31. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  32. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  33. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  34. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  35. You can now talk to Cleverbot out loud like Siri but much more fun. cleverbot.com comments technology
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10am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  7. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  8. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  9. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  10. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  11. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  12. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  13. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  14. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  15. Batteryless switch controls lights in home automation applications - Amazing openpicus.blogspot.it comments technology
  16. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  17. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  19. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  20. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  21. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  22. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  23. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  25. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  27. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  28. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  29. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  30. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  31. A Cybersecurity Treaty Is a Bad Idea usnews.com comments technology
  32. 4D Simulations - Civil Engineering Projects civilonfire.blogspot.in comments technology
  33. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
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2am Sun 10 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  2. The entertainment industry disagrees with the studies saying that the more legitimate content there is available, at a reasonable price, the less likely people are to pirate. extratorrent.com comments technology
  3. [My favorite author has launched a Kickstarter campaign for CLANG, an effort to make a swordfighting game that actually does justice to the art.
To my fellow redditors who are interested in martial arts and/or video games, please take a look. If this gets off the ground it could be very cool.](http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2zArYr95MG4#!) youtube.com comments technology
  1. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  2. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  3. The founder of Sierra On-Line, Ken Williams, recently came out of hiding for this one hour long interview about the rise and fall of this once great gaming company. youtu.be comments technology
  4. We'll soon be able to touch objects and people via the internet astounde.com comments technology
  5. Leaked docs show UN to take up 'global internet tax' proposal | Security & Privacy - CNET News news.cnet.com comments technology
  6. PR nightmare for Microsoft: Azure girls dancing to the lyrics "The words MICRO and SOFT don’t apply to my penis" over some techno beats, while the monitor behind them displayed "or vagina" in a bizarre inclusive effort. geekwire.com comments technology
  7. Google is shutting down Meebo and all of its services. meebo.com comments technology
  8. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. 3D Printing: How 3D Printing is Changing the World - T.Rowe Price individual.troweprice.com comments technology
  10. 10 Failed Attempts by the Government to Control the Internet activistpost.com comments technology
  11. Report finds rampant filesharing in North Korea, despite the risks arstechnica.com comments technology
  12. Electrical Circuits for 3 year olds with Playdough youtube.com comments technology
  13. Apple’s Planned Obsolescence Schedule tidbits.com comments technology
  14. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  15. Microsoft ending consumers' ability to file class-action suits latimes.com comments technology
  16. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  17. Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - Woman wins high court backing after she received abusive messages guardian.co.uk comments technology
  18. One X: The HTC phone Apple didn’t want you to see bloomberg.com comments technology
  19. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  20. Symantec recently discovered what it's calling “bizarre malware” that has been created to infect Android phones of fans who are voting in Japan’s premier annual girl-band election bgr.com comments technology
  21. Free Anonymous Usenet Downloading With Just a Web Browser torrentfreak.com comments technology
  22. Metro-style Hotmail turns up in leaked screenshots engadget.com comments technology
  23. In Five Years, Most Africans Will Have Smartphones techcrunch.com comments technology
  24. Google Chrome to come in Metro-style edition for Windows 8 netraft.com comments technology
  25. Understanding Bitcoin: Bitcoin is at the forefront of 'hacktivism', giving its users a free alternative to contemporary financial mechanisms aljazeera.com comments technology
  26. RMS's bag containing his laptop and medicine was stolen after his talk at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina devthought.com comments technology
  27. Apple's war with Google heats up - Yahoo! News Canada ca.news.yahoo.com comments technology
  28. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  29. Google Flexes Its Mapping Muscle businessweek.com comments technology
  30. Introducing Tactus: a dynamic touch screen technology that can raise itself to create buttons. youtube.com comments technology
  31. RIM: What the hell happened? Research in Motion went from a sleepy Canadian backwater to the world's most innovative and fastest growing phone company in no time. Now, with its Blackberry business all but stalled, the company's future has never looked more uncertain. tech.fortune.cnn.com comments technology
  32. Amazing! news.sky.com comments technology
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2pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  5. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. Could someone tell me what happened to the NoteSlate? I was looking to purchase one... i.imgur.com comments technology
  7. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  8. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  9. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  11. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  12. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  13. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  14. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  15. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  16. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  17. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  18. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  19. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  20. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  21. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  23. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  24. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  25. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  26. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  27. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  28. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  29. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  30. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  31. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  32. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  33. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  34. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
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12pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  11. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  12. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  13. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  14. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  15. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  16. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  17. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  18. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  19. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  20. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  21. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  23. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  24. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  25. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  26. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  27. eHarmony says no other info stolen following password hack news.cnet.com comments technology
  28. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  29. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  30. Facebook has a new app that they are launching called App Center. It is currently being tested by a beta group of users and is expected to be made available on a more wider scale shortly... banagadgets.blogspot.com comments technology
  31. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  32. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  33. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
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1am Sun 10 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  2. The entertainment industry disagrees with the studies saying that the more legitimate content there is available, at a reasonable price, the less likely people are to pirate. extratorrent.com comments technology
  3. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  4. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  5. [My favorite author has launched a Kickstarter campaign for CLANG, an effort to make a swordfighting game that actually does justice to the art.
To my fellow redditors who are interested in martial arts and/or video games, please take a look. If this gets off the ground it could be very cool.](http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2zArYr95MG4#!) youtube.com comments technology
  1. The founder of Sierra On-Line, Ken Williams, recently came out of hiding for this one hour long interview about the rise and fall of this once great gaming company. youtu.be comments technology
  2. We'll soon be able to touch objects and people via the internet astounde.com comments technology
  3. Leaked docs show UN to take up 'global internet tax' proposal | Security & Privacy - CNET News news.cnet.com comments technology
  4. Google is shutting down Meebo and all of its services. meebo.com comments technology
  5. PR nightmare for Microsoft: Azure girls dancing to the lyrics "The words MICRO and SOFT don’t apply to my penis" over some techno beats, while the monitor behind them displayed "or vagina" in a bizarre inclusive effort. geekwire.com comments technology
  6. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. 3D Printing: How 3D Printing is Changing the World - T.Rowe Price individual.troweprice.com comments technology
  8. Electrical Circuits for 3 year olds with Playdough youtube.com comments technology
  9. Report finds rampant filesharing in North Korea, despite the risks arstechnica.com comments technology
  10. 10 Failed Attempts by the Government to Control the Internet activistpost.com comments technology
  11. One X: The HTC phone Apple didn’t want you to see bloomberg.com comments technology
  12. Apple’s Planned Obsolescence Schedule tidbits.com comments technology
  13. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  14. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  15. Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - Woman wins high court backing after she received abusive messages guardian.co.uk comments technology
  16. Free Anonymous Usenet Downloading With Just a Web Browser torrentfreak.com comments technology
  17. Microsoft ending consumers' ability to file class-action suits latimes.com comments technology
  18. Symantec recently discovered what it's calling “bizarre malware” that has been created to infect Android phones of fans who are voting in Japan’s premier annual girl-band election bgr.com comments technology
  19. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  20. Metro-style Hotmail turns up in leaked screenshots engadget.com comments technology
  21. Understanding Bitcoin: Bitcoin is at the forefront of 'hacktivism', giving its users a free alternative to contemporary financial mechanisms aljazeera.com comments technology
  22. Google Chrome to come in Metro-style edition for Windows 8 netraft.com comments technology
  23. RMS's bag containing his laptop and medicine was stolen after his talk at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina devthought.com comments technology
  24. In Five Years, Most Africans Will Have Smartphones techcrunch.com comments technology
  25. Apple's war with Google heats up - Yahoo! News Canada ca.news.yahoo.com comments technology
  26. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  27. Google Flexes Its Mapping Muscle businessweek.com comments technology
  28. Introducing Tactus: a dynamic touch screen technology that can raise itself to create buttons. youtube.com comments technology
  29. RIM: What the hell happened? Research in Motion went from a sleepy Canadian backwater to the world's most innovative and fastest growing phone company in no time. Now, with its Blackberry business all but stalled, the company's future has never looked more uncertain. tech.fortune.cnn.com comments technology
  30. Amazing! news.sky.com comments technology
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5pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  2. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  3. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  4. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  5. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  6. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  7. Amazing! news.sky.com comments technology
  8. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  9. 3D Printing: How 3D Printing is Changing the World - T.Rowe Price individual.troweprice.com comments technology
  10. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  11. Metro-style Hotmail turns up in leaked screenshots engadget.com comments technology
  12. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  13. The entertainment industry disagrees with the studies saying that the more legitimate content there is available, at a reasonable price, the less likely people are to pirate. extratorrent.com comments technology
  14. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  15. Microsoft set to reveal a Hotmail replacement with Newmail digitaltrends.com comments technology
  16. Electrical Circuits for 3 year olds with Playdough youtube.com comments technology
  17. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  18. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  20. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  21. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  22. Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - Woman wins high court backing after she received abusive messages guardian.co.uk comments technology
  23. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  24. Microsoft recently extended 'It Just Works' compatibility for Visual Basic 6 applications through the full lifetime of Windows 8, so VB6 apps will have at least 24 years of supported lifetime (VB6 shipped in '98) msdn.microsoft.com comments technology
  25. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  26. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  27. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  28. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  29. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  30. 5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us | Cracked.com cracked.com comments technology
  31. Netflix to Open Source Army of Cloud Monkeys | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com wired.com comments technology
  32. Disney troubled over early offering of John Carter DVD by Netflix and Redbox engadget.com comments technology
  33. Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital Currency (Reuben Grinberg, Yale Law School, December 9, 2011) papers.ssrn.com comments technology
  34. You can now talk to Cleverbot out loud like Siri but much more fun. cleverbot.com comments technology
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1pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  5. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  11. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  12. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  13. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  14. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  15. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  16. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  17. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  18. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  20. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  21. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  22. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  23. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. Sony: PS4 games in development, we want to “build a great machine” « GamingBolt.com: Video Game News, Reviews, Previews and Blog gamingbolt.com comments technology
  25. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  26. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  27. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  28. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  29. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  30. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  31. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  32. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  33. eHarmony says no other info stolen following password hack news.cnet.com comments technology
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3am Sun 10 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. [My favorite author has launched a Kickstarter campaign for CLANG, an effort to make a swordfighting game that actually does justice to the art.
To my fellow redditors who are interested in martial arts and/or video games, please take a look. If this gets off the ground it could be very cool.](http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2zArYr95MG4#!) youtube.com comments technology
  1. The entertainment industry disagrees with the studies saying that the more legitimate content there is available, at a reasonable price, the less likely people are to pirate. extratorrent.com comments technology
  2. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  3. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  4. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  5. Leaked docs show UN to take up 'global internet tax' proposal | Security & Privacy - CNET News news.cnet.com comments technology
  6. We'll soon be able to touch objects and people via the internet astounde.com comments technology
  7. The founder of Sierra On-Line, Ken Williams, recently came out of hiding for this one hour long interview about the rise and fall of this once great gaming company. youtu.be comments technology
  8. Google is shutting down Meebo and all of its services. meebo.com comments technology
  9. PR nightmare for Microsoft: Azure girls dancing to the lyrics "The words MICRO and SOFT don’t apply to my penis" over some techno beats, while the monitor behind them displayed "or vagina" in a bizarre inclusive effort. geekwire.com comments technology
  10. 10 Failed Attempts by the Government to Control the Internet activistpost.com comments technology
  11. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  12. 3D Printing: How 3D Printing is Changing the World - T.Rowe Price individual.troweprice.com comments technology
  13. Report finds rampant filesharing in North Korea, despite the risks arstechnica.com comments technology
  14. Electrical Circuits for 3 year olds with Playdough youtube.com comments technology
  15. Apple’s Planned Obsolescence Schedule tidbits.com comments technology
  16. Microsoft ending consumers' ability to file class-action suits latimes.com comments technology
  17. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  18. One X: The HTC phone Apple didn’t want you to see bloomberg.com comments technology
  19. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  20. Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - Woman wins high court backing after she received abusive messages guardian.co.uk comments technology
  21. Would you welcome the widespread use of automated, self-driving cars in your country? economist.com comments technology
  22. Symantec recently discovered what it's calling “bizarre malware” that has been created to infect Android phones of fans who are voting in Japan’s premier annual girl-band election bgr.com comments technology
  23. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  24. One guy in hot water after unknowingly posting a controversial picture to Instagram fknlegend.com comments technology
  25. In Five Years, Most Africans Will Have Smartphones techcrunch.com comments technology
  26. Metro-style Hotmail turns up in leaked screenshots engadget.com comments technology
  27. Free Anonymous Usenet Downloading With Just a Web Browser torrentfreak.com comments technology
  28. Google Chrome to come in Metro-style edition for Windows 8 netraft.com comments technology
  29. Understanding Bitcoin: Bitcoin is at the forefront of 'hacktivism', giving its users a free alternative to contemporary financial mechanisms aljazeera.com comments technology
  30. RMS's bag containing his laptop and medicine was stolen after his talk at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina devthought.com comments technology
  31. Apple's war with Google heats up - Yahoo! News Canada ca.news.yahoo.com comments technology
  32. Watch "New 3D imagery for Google Earth for mobile" on YouTube youtube.com comments technology
  33. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  34. Interview with Tom Lowe of recent 'TimeScapes' fame: the most reasonable film maker and movie pirate alive techcrunch.com comments technology
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7am Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  2. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  3. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  4. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  5. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  6. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  7. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  8. The creators of the Flame malware have sent a "suicide" command that removes it from some infected computers. bbc.com comments technology
  9. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  10. You probably all know this but, as a matter of interest, IPv6 could provide 252 individual addresses to each star in the observable universe. itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com comments technology
  11. How Google and Microsoft taught search to "understand" the Web arstechnica.com comments technology
  12. In 50 years, Steve Jobs will be forgotten, Gladwell says news.cnet.com comments technology
  13. This is gold , Computer Virus TV News Report 1988 youtu.be comments technology
  14. Arthur P. Stern, instrumental in inventing the color television and GPS, passes away engadget.com comments technology
  15. Judge Posner To Apple & Motorola: 'I have tentatively decided that the case should be dismissed with prejudice because neither party can establish a right to relief.' scribd.com comments technology
  16. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  17. Libre.fm resets every user's password as a precaution in light of LinkedIn and Last.fm leaks. computerhelperzz.blogspot.com comments technology
  18. No-cost Windows 8 desktop development returns with Express for Desktop arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Collusion browser addon makes a nice map of who is tracking you. Set it up for one of your kid's sessions on the Internet and be truly horrified. mozilla.org comments technology
  20. A woman targeted by 'trolls' on Facebook wins court battle to have their identities disclosed google.com comments technology
  21. Porn, gambling, and malware: Bitcoin as the Net's Wild West. arstechnica.com comments technology
  22. Canadian class-action lawsuit claims Facebook misled investors with IPO winnipegfreepress.com comments technology
  23. A white paper urges Canadian policymakers to introduce domain seizures, criminal prosecutions and asset seizures of online sharing sites, and even SOPA-style regulation of intermediaries. arstechnica.com comments technology
  24. Europe wants to tax US-based Web sites, leaked docs show news.cnet.com comments technology
  25. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  26. Facebook has a new app that they are launching called App Center. It is currently being tested by a beta group of users and is expected to be made available on a more wider scale shortly... banagadgets.blogspot.com comments technology
  27. MIT creates self-assembling 3D nanostructures, could be the future of computer chips. extremetech.com comments technology
  28. Prototype color e-paper skips on filter, cranks up vividness engadget.com comments technology
  29. Zoe Lofgren asks Attorney General Holder about Feds Unjustified Dajaz1 Seizure youtube.com comments technology
  30. [5 Scientific Ways the Internet is Dividing Us. (Reddit gets a mention)
](http://www.cracked.com/article_19860_5-scientific-ways-internet-dividing-us_p2.html) cracked.com comments technology
  1. Penguins hosting.gmodules.com comments technology
  2. GoToMeeting uses competitor’s name in search ads to trick people into clicking through thenextweb.com comments technology
  3. London subway system launches free Wi-Fi service as city gears up for Olympics digitaltrends.com comments technology
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11pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  2. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  3. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  4. The entertainment industry disagrees with the studies saying that the more legitimate content there is available, at a reasonable price, the less likely people are to pirate. extratorrent.com comments technology
  5. The founder of Sierra On-Line, Ken Williams, recently came out of hiding for this one hour long interview about the rise and fall of this once great gaming company. youtu.be comments technology
  6. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  7. We'll soon be able to touch objects and people via the internet astounde.com comments technology
  8. 3D Printing: How 3D Printing is Changing the World - T.Rowe Price individual.troweprice.com comments technology
  9. PR nightmare for Microsoft: Azure girls dancing to the lyrics "The words MICRO and SOFT don’t apply to my penis" over some techno beats, while the monitor behind them displayed "or vagina" in a bizarre inclusive effort. geekwire.com comments technology
  10. [My favorite author has launched a Kickstarter campaign for CLANG, an effort to make a swordfighting game that actually does justice to the art.
To my fellow redditors who are interested in martial arts and/or video games, please take a look. If this gets off the ground it could be very cool.](http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2zArYr95MG4#!) youtube.com comments technology
  1. Google is shutting down Meebo and all of its services. meebo.com comments technology
  2. Electrical Circuits for 3 year olds with Playdough youtube.com comments technology
  3. Report finds rampant filesharing in North Korea, despite the risks arstechnica.com comments technology
  4. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  5. Apple’s Planned Obsolescence Schedule tidbits.com comments technology
  6. Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - Woman wins high court backing after she received abusive messages guardian.co.uk comments technology
  7. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  8. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  9. Symantec recently discovered what it's calling “bizarre malware” that has been created to infect Android phones of fans who are voting in Japan’s premier annual girl-band election bgr.com comments technology
  10. Leaked docs show UN to take up 'global internet tax' proposal | Security & Privacy - CNET News news.cnet.com comments technology
  11. Metro-style Hotmail turns up in leaked screenshots engadget.com comments technology
  12. Microsoft ending consumers' ability to file class-action suits latimes.com comments technology
  13. Free Anonymous Usenet Downloading With Just a Web Browser torrentfreak.com comments technology
  14. Google Chrome to come in Metro-style edition for Windows 8 netraft.com comments technology
  15. Amazing! news.sky.com comments technology
  16. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  17. In Five Years, Most Africans Will Have Smartphones techcrunch.com comments technology
  18. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  19. Understanding Bitcoin: Bitcoin is at the forefront of 'hacktivism', giving its users a free alternative to contemporary financial mechanisms aljazeera.com comments technology
  20. RIM: What the hell happened? Research in Motion went from a sleepy Canadian backwater to the world's most innovative and fastest growing phone company in no time. Now, with its Blackberry business all but stalled, the company's future has never looked more uncertain. tech.fortune.cnn.com comments technology
  21. U.S. Claims Global Jurisdiction of .net and .com Web Sites: Is .edu Next? | e-Literate mfeldstein.com comments technology
  22. RMS's bag containing his laptop and medicine was stolen after his talk at the University of Buenos Aires in Argentina devthought.com comments technology
  23. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  24. Raytheon Company: Check Out Our New Tomahawk Cruise Missile! raytheon.com comments technology
  25. Engineer Creates Coolest Business Card Ever [VIDEO] mashable.com comments technology
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8pm Sat 9 Jun 2012 - /r/technology

  1. Apple patents laptop wedge shape. wired.com comments technology
  2. LinkedIn, Last.fm, eHarmony password leaks bigger than first thought, sites used weak unsalted hashes h-online.com comments technology
  3. China will launch a spacecraft this month to conduct its first manned space docking, the latest step in a plan aimed at giving the country a permanent space station by 2020. phys.org comments technology
  4. A student who ran a site which enabled the download of a million movie and TV show subtitle files has been found guilty of copyright infringement offenses. Despite it being acknowledged that the 25-year-old made no money from the three-year-old operation, prosecutors demanded a jail sentence. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  5. The founder of Sierra On-Line, Ken Williams, recently came out of hiding for this one hour long interview about the rise and fall of this once great gaming company. youtu.be comments technology
  6. The entertainment industry disagrees with the studies saying that the more legitimate content there is available, at a reasonable price, the less likely people are to pirate. extratorrent.com comments technology
  7. 3D Printing: How 3D Printing is Changing the World - T.Rowe Price individual.troweprice.com comments technology
  8. Game of Thrones crowned most pirated TV show of the season with nearly 4 million downloads per episode; worldwide hype combined with restricted availability are the key ingredients for the staggering number of downloads, but many would pay for it if HBO offered a standalone HBO GO subscription torrentfreak.com comments technology
  9. The Pirate Bay evades ISP blockade with IPv6, can do it 18 septillion more times. extremetech.com comments technology
  10. Apple’s Planned Obsolescence Schedule tidbits.com comments technology
  11. China has backdoors to US telecom and military components businessinsider.com comments technology
  12. Electrical Circuits for 3 year olds with Playdough youtube.com comments technology
  13. Amazing! news.sky.com comments technology
  14. Metro-style Hotmail turns up in leaked screenshots engadget.com comments technology
  15. Facebook forced into revealing identities of cyberbullies - Woman wins high court backing after she received abusive messages guardian.co.uk comments technology
  16. Report finds rampant filesharing in North Korea, despite the risks arstechnica.com comments technology
  17. Google Chrome to come in Metro-style edition for Windows 8 netraft.com comments technology
  18. IPMI: Hacking servers that are turned "off" isc.sans.edu comments technology
  19. 3.3″ HDMI-dongle Android Pocket TV funded within 1 week on Kickstarter arstechnica.com comments technology
  20. Microsoft ending consumers' ability to file class-action suits latimes.com comments technology
  21. Symantec recently discovered what it's calling “bizarre malware” that has been created to infect Android phones of fans who are voting in Japan’s premier annual girl-band election bgr.com comments technology
  22. U.S. Claims Global Jurisdiction of .net and .com Web Sites: Is .edu Next? | e-Literate mfeldstein.com comments technology
  23. Famous judge spikes Apple-Google case, calls patent system “dysfunctional” gigaom.com comments technology
  24. Raytheon Company: Check Out Our New Tomahawk Cruise Missile! raytheon.com comments technology
  25. Microsoft set to reveal a Hotmail replacement with Newmail digitaltrends.com comments technology
  26. Understanding Bitcoin: Bitcoin is at the forefront of 'hacktivism', giving its users a free alternative to contemporary financial mechanisms aljazeera.com comments technology
  27. Kinect sensor can help you find your keys. bbc.com comments technology
  28. Japanese utility company investigating Thorium Molten Salt Reactors (or LFTRs) smartplanet.com comments technology
  29. A whopping 0.00038% of Facebook users vote on data use policy change: Only 342,632 ballots were cast as of a minute before closing, and the vote needed 270 million participants to be binding arstechnica.com comments technology
  30. World's Largest Organization for Computer Professionals Comes Out Against CISPA eff.org comments technology
  31. Kinsight for Kinect tracks household items, finds the remote for you theverge.com comments technology
  32. FBI says it's okay that they illegally took Megaupload files, because nothing "physical" was taken, only digital content. torrentfreak.com comments technology
  33. Bitcoin: An Innovative Alternative Digital Currency (Reuben Grinberg, Yale Law School, December 9, 2011) papers.ssrn.com comments technology
  34. Apple's Proposed 'Spaceship' Campus Comes Alive in New Floor Plans wired.com comments technology
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