Ars Technica Google takes Symantec to the woodshed for mis-issuing 30,000 HTTPS certs 2017-03-23T23:25:53.000000Z Chrome to immediately stop recognizing EV status and gradually nullify all certs. Man sentenced to 3 years for Facebook threat to kill Obama loses appeal 2017-03-23T23:15:50.000000Z He told Secret Service of "biblical and constitutional duty" to assassinate Obama. Theranos investors who pledge not to sue get Elizabeth Holmes’ shares for free 2017-03-23T23:15:30.000000Z After scandals and lawsuits, hobbling company is said to have $150 million left. In settlement, app makers change their tune on health benefits and privacy 2017-03-23T22:10:57.000000Z NY Attorney General says three popular app makers over promised and misled. Photovoltaic ink could lead to easy solar panel manufacture 2017-03-23T22:03:55.000000Z Easily scalable processing could make for rapid panel production. New WikiLeaks dump: The CIA built Thunderbolt exploit, implants to target Macs 2017-03-23T20:11:00.000000Z "Sonic Screwdriver" leveraged a now-patched vulnerability. Bad luck may play a big role in cancer—but prevention tactics still matter 2017-03-23T20:00:00.000000Z Study doubles down on earlier work that led to big, some say pointless, controversy. Feds: We’re pulling data from 100 phones seized during Trump inauguration 2017-03-23T18:05:06.000000Z Prosecutor notes: "All of the Rioter Cell Phones were locked." Capcom needs PC gamers’ help to test online Street Fighter V fixes 2017-03-23T17:49:31.000000Z Free seven-day beta includes fully rebuilt netcode, speed boosts between matches. Tesla might have real competition soon—meet the Lucid Air 2017-03-23T17:36:47.000000Z Still a couple of years from production, but the prototype is very convincing.