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Zerodium Ups iOS Bug Bounty to $1.5M
The same firm made headlines last year when it offered $1 million for unknown iPhone and iPad flaws.



FCC Votes to Boost Emergency Alerts With Links, Better Targeting
New rules for Wireless Emergency Alerts will, among other things, require carriers to support links to photos.



HP to Stop Blocking Some Third-Party Ink Cartridges
The company will issue an optional firmware update in two weeks that will remove the blockade.



Peek Inside Facebook's Data Center Near Arctic Circle
Surrounded by lush forests and icy rivers, the data center is located in a small Swedish coastal town.



Tech Giants: AI Is Awesome, Totally Not Going to Kill You
Amazon, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and others have joined forces to demonstrate how AI benefits society.



Signal for iPhone Gets Desktop Support
Signal on desktop previously only linked up with Android devices.



Pepe the Frog Deemed a Hate Symbol
The Internet meme has landed in the Anti-Defamation League's Hate on Display database.



Report: Moscow to Ditch Microsoft Products for Local Offerings
Moscow will replace Microsoft Exchange Server and Outlook on 6,000 computers with a home-grown email system.



Google for iOS Goes Incognito
Surf without having searches and browser history collected.



Record Labels Sue YouTube Audio-Ripping Site
The site could be forced to pay $150,000 for each piracy instance.