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Lotus Exige S Roadster: All other soft tops are sissy

Exige is a name given to the most potent cars Lotus produces, but does removing the roof dumb it down?

By January 11, 2014

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Budget TV resolution rumble: 720p plasma vs. 4K LED LCD

Surely an $1,100 Ultra HD 4K TV can beat out a $500 plasma. Right?

By August 23, 2013

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NSA said to have broader Net reach than previously thought

The spy agency has built a system that can reach 75 percent of all U.S. Internet traffic, The Wall Street Journal reports.

By August 20, 2013

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Ferrari 458 Speciale: More of everything (except weight)

Ferrari has announced a new take on the 458 Italia for the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, the 458 Speciale.

By August 20, 2013

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NSA 'secret backdoor' paved way to U.S. phone, e-mail snooping

Revelations in new document leaked by Edward Snowden appear to be at odds with privacy assurances from President Obama and other officials.

By August 9, 2013

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Feds put heat on Web firms for master encryption keys

Whether the FBI and NSA have the legal authority to obtain the master keys that companies use for Web encryption remains an open question, but it hasn't stopped the U.S. government from trying.

By July 24, 2013

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Three-deal Thursday: BioShock Infinite, a car charger, and an all-in-one desktop

Get ready to save big on some seriously good stuff.

By July 11, 2013

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Facebook's outmoded Web crypto opens door to NSA spying

It's relatively easy for the National Security Agency's spooks to break outdated Web encryption after vacuuming up data from fiber taps, cryptographers say. But Facebook is still using it.

By June 28, 2013

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Surveillance 'partnership' between NSA and telcos points to AT&T, Verizon

Newly disclosed classified document suggests firms allowed spy agency to access e-mail and phone call data by tapping into their "fiber-optic cables, gateway switches, and data networks."

By June 27, 2013

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Data, meet spies: The unfinished state of Web crypto

Many large Web companies have failed to adopt a decades-old encryption technology to safeguard confidential user communications. Google is a rare exception, and Facebook is about to follow suit.

By June 26, 2013