Hulu is designing a new model that will require you to already be a cable subscriber to view their content. Seattle's first Supervillain threatens Seattle's existing superhero population. Microsoft dropping DVD/Blu-ray support for Windows 8. NY Judge rules that IP addresses are not sufficient evidence to identify copyright infringers. A new smartphone app allows you to register a complaint against the TSA as soon as it happens. A bug in new Samsung TVs causes them to restart in an endless loop. A Mexican ad company deploys a machine that trades dog droppings for free WiFi. The Listserve is a new mailing list where one subscriber per day is randomly selected to send a personal essay to the list each day. Symantec says religious websites are more prone to malware insertion than porn sites. Venus will make a once-in-a-lifetime appearance next month. All this plus an Epic Fail, Recent Study, Dumbass Apple News, and Oh Asia You So Crazy! Plus Ryder says things.
- Hulu, networks to change model of free streaming
- Rex Velvet, Seattle Supervillain, Aims To Rid City Of Iffy Vigilante Superheroes (Read: Phoenix Jones)
- Windows 8 Dropping DVD Playback Unless You Pay Extra Fee, Use Third Party Software
- Judge Rules IP Addresses Are Insufficient Evidence To Identify Pirates
- Offended by TSA Screenings? New Smartphone App Allows Travelers to Send Complaints
- Samsung TVs can be plunged into endless restarts with easy attack
- Fair Trade: Machine Accepts Dog Turds For Free Wi-Fi
- One subscriber per day is chosen at random to write an essay for a mailing list with 13 thousand subscribers
- Religious websites riskier than porn for online viruses: study
- Venus to Appear in Once-In-A-Lifetime Event
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