Judge rules NYPD needed a warrant before using cell-site simulator
He threw out evidence collected as a result of the Stingray's use.
Court rules Stingray use without a warrant violates Fourth Amendment
The ruling could have widespread implications for the technology.
ICE insists it doesn’t use Stingrays to track undocumented immigrants
So long as they haven't committed any crimes.
Trappist-1 planets may have formed from chunks of melting ice
A new theory explains why the planets are so close together and similar in size.
Federal agents used a Stingray to track an immigrant's phone
"As far as we know, this is a novel use of that technology," the EFF's director of advocacy said.
Dwarf planet Ceres is 'oozing' with water
It's got more water (by weight) than Earth, and has the ice volcanoes to prove it.
ICYMI: One day, devices will charge when they're pushed
Until then, we suffer.
Nanotubes can turn water solid when it should be boiling
Forget everything you thought you knew about hot water.
Massive Antarctica ice sheet is cracking due to warming oceans
Whether or not humans are responsible, it's bad news.