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University of Texas at Austin successfully used GPS spoofing to drive an $80 million yacht off course, with the captain none the wiser. Is it time to worry about GPS spoofing? Here, your guide to GPS spoofing.
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Instagram updated its API in an effort to fight spam, but third-party photo uploading apps are collateral damage. Not to worry, Windows phone users: There are a few remaining loopholes for you to use ... at least for now.
Independent game developer Phil Fish, the man behind 'Fez,' has announced that is quitting the gaming industry and cancelling 'Fez II' following a Twitter argument with a gaming journalist. And we really should have all seen it coming.
The Rain Room is no more, but it will get more life thanks to these Instagram images from the last few days of the exhibit. If you weren't able to make it to MoMA to see it, get a taste of the magical installation here.
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