Ars Technica Trump team memo asks Energy Department about cost of carbon 2016-12-10T00:10:20.000000Z Transition team may be seeking ways to slash budgets and rewrite EIA forecasts. No, there’s no evidence (yet) the feds tried to hack Georgia’s voter database 2016-12-09T22:30:15.000000Z State election official bungles the case that DHS tried to breach his office. Venus? Comet sample? Titan? Asteroids? NASA must choose only one 2016-12-09T22:03:55.000000Z The "announcement of opportunity" is the first step toward a 2025 launch date. Just one candidate in Louisiana’s Senate runoff embraces climate change facts 2016-12-09T21:26:12.000000Z LA is already relocating “climate refugees,” but accepting science remains optional. California man spent $1 million playing Game of War 2016-12-09T21:01:20.000000Z Mobile game described as "like gambling, but with no possibility of winning." German judges explain why Adblock Plus is legal 2016-12-09T20:32:42.000000Z Spiegel argued there's no right to de-link its "unified offer" of news and ads. Obama asks intel community to conduct “full review” of election-related hacks 2016-12-09T19:42:44.000000Z As Trump denies Russian involvement, Congress calls for investigations—and consequences. US flight regulators consider whether to allow or bar in-flight Wi-Fi calls 2016-12-09T18:45:49.000000Z At a minimum, feds may demand carriers give prior notice if Wi-Fi calling is allowed. Dealmaster: Get a Core i5-powered Dell XPS 13 for only $850 2016-12-09T17:30:48.000000Z And other deals on TVs, games, desktops, and more. Fancy Bear ramping up infowar against Germany—and rest of West 2016-12-09T16:45:25.000000Z Russian hackers part of broader campaign against West, German intel chief warns.