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The battleship, the drone, and the chocolate chip cookies

Ars' Sean Gallagher remembers his singular contribution to drone warfare's development.

Google Tracker 2017—All the stuff Google has in the works ahead...

Prepare yourself for the big show with our annual giant list of company projects.

Intel’s Itanium CPUs, once a play for 64-bit servers and desktops,...

Final “Kittson” processors are drop-in replacements for older chips.

Decrypted: American Gods gives us a spider we can’t forget

In the new episode of our TV podcast, we discuss the gods of slaves, television, and DC Comics.

The unlocked Galaxy S8 is now available for preorder in the...

$724.99 or $824.99 will nab you a Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus, respectively.

81% off Centon 4 GB DataStick Pro USB 2.0 Flash Drive...

This 4GB USB drive from Centon is just a little over $3 right now -- so cheap that Amazon won't ship it on its own.

But if your cart totals $25 or more, toss in some of these sticks right now for dirt cheap.

The flash drive is built with a sturdy aluminum housing, works on both PC and Mac, and is a cheap & simple way to move files around.
It's listed on Amazon as an add-on item, meaning its cost prohibitive to ship on its own, but if your cart totals $25 or more, take advantage of this deal and get yourself 4GB of portable storage for a whopping 81% off its typical list price.

The sticks right now are listed for just $3.33.
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5 reasons the Galaxy S8 will make you ditch your iPhone

The Samsung Galaxy S8 has taken the tech industry by storm as the best Android smartphone you can buy.

The display is gorgeous, the design is unmatched and the performance is top notch.

The Galaxy S8 finally delivered everything I needed to cut the ...

IDG Contributor Network: Embracing continuous delivery to power the programmable enterprise

“Move fast and break things” with DevOps has become a popular Silicon Valley mantra during the past few years.

DevOps empowers developers to quickly ship code and holds them accountable for operating their software.

As DevOps becomes the new norm within Silicon Valley, enterprises outside the Valley have begun to look on with a mix of intrigue and terror.Some organizations have held to enforcing the ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) method of ITSM (IT service management) and shied away from using DevOps.

These organizations maintain that the segregation of duties is a non-negotiable requirement for compliance, and developers should never be allowed to ship code directly to production.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Epic, near-EVE-worthy troll sabotages Elite: Dangerous community event

“Smiling Dog Crew” shows how you should never let a wolf guard your chickens.

Russian spy ship sunk by sheep barge; sheep (and sailors) unhurt

Built in 1970, it was converted to an intelligence-collection vessel in 1989.

IDG Contributor Network: Developing for the digitally transformed

Let’s make one thing clear. Whether you sell shoes, dishwashers or car insurance, technology is embedded in the fabric of your day to day, and most certainly in the interactions with your customers.I’m not here to tell you how important a digital transformation is for your business, because at this point, that ship has sailed. Having an app or user friendly website is no longer a competitive differentiator, it’s an enterprise standard.
In a digitally transformed world, the start line has shifted forward and consumer expectations for digital fitness are on an entirely new level that’s unreachable by simply hiring more developers or launching an in-store app.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

China launches second (and first homegrown) aircraft carrier

While it still requires outfitting, the new ship will be China's first fully combat-ready aircraft carrier.