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Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:
Google OnHub review: looks great, is most user-friendly, but performance and functionality aren't worth the $200 price  —  Google OnHub review—Google's smart home Trojan horse is a $200 leap of faith  —  Today it's a $200 Wi-Fi router.  Tomorrow?  We have no idea.  (Ok, maybe some idea.)


Yael Grauer / Wired:
A look at some of the real-life apps and tools used in Mr. Robot, a TV drama about hacking  —  A Peek Inside Mr. Robot's Toolbox  —  The bar wasn't exactly high for dystopian hacker suspense thrillers when USA Network's Mr. Robot launched, but the show has gone on to surprise everyone.


Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Galaxy Tab S2 hands-on: 4:3 aspect ratio, better fingerprint reader are notable improvements, but $400+ Android tablets are a hard sell in sea of budget tablets  —  Galaxy Tab S2: A lighter tablet with the right aspect ratio, high price  —  Hands-on: Samsung's latest is respectable, but $400+ Android tabs are a hard sell.


Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post:
Anonymous administration officials say US may issue sanctions against Chinese companies and individuals who have benefited from cyber theft of US trade secrets  —  Administration developing sanctions against China over cyberespionage  —  The Obama administration is developing a package …

Dan Goodin / Ars Technica:
Former FireEye intern pleads guilty to developing Dendroid spyware for Android; sentencing scheduled for Dec. 2  —  Former security intern admits developing super-stealthy Android spyware  —  Dendroid cost $300, made it easy to take pictures and record audio and video.