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Sunday 19th of November 2017
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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater,Anthony Ha
 Ten years ago this week, Amazon released the first Kindle. It was big and clunky and kind of ugly, with an awkward physical keyboard and 250 MB of on-board storage. It sold out in less than six hours and would remain that way until the...
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Tech Crunch
By: Ron Miller
 Companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon happily take our data in exchange for convenience, lower prices or free services, but individuals and businesses are beginning to understand the value of controlling their data instead of simply...
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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Buhr
 The social networking platform splashed onto the tech scene promoting itself as an ad-free rival to Facebook. Soon millions of people (including yours truly) signed on just to see what all the fuss was about. The platform quickly ballooned to...
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Tesla dropped an electric semi truck and a new Roadster at a recent event, but it apparently launched another product that didn't get any stage time. The automaker has released, of all things, an external battery pack (the Powerbank) with USB,...
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TheVerge
By: Sarah Jeong
“I have drunkenly sexually assaulted or raped women — the exact number of which I am currently determining.” Continue reading…
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Arstechnica
By: Cyrus Farivar
Enlarge / Kaitlin Myers, a shopper for Instacart, studies her smartphone as she shopped for a customer at Whole Foods in Denver. Myers received a grocery list for a shopper and then completed the shopping on Tuesday, October 28, 2014. (credit:...
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Tesla had quite the week. Not only did the upstart carmaker get to show off its new semi and roadster, it also unveiled its multi-station Supercharger rest stop and managed to get itself onto the receiving end of a class-action lawsuit alleging...
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TheVerge
By: Andrew J. Hawkins
If your idea of trucker life comes from movies like Smokey and the Bandit or Convoy, you’re living in the past. Truckers have swapped their citizen band radios for tablets, smartphones, and apps. But that doesn’t mean they’ve completely...
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Tesla only just unveiled its Semi electric truck, but it's already lining up honest-to-goodness customers -- and we don't just mean for testing, either. Canadian grocery chain Loblaws has pre-ordered 25 of the giant EVs to haul food to its ...

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Autoblog
By: Jonathon Ramsey

Filed under: Green,Tesla,Truck,Electric,Future,Off-Road Tesla surprises everyone with drawings of a Tesla pickup truck that looks like a mini Tesla semi.Continue reading Tesla pickup truck looks like a mini Tesla semi with a giant ...

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Tech Crunch
By: Darrell Etherington

 Tesla’s Semi is off to a promising start, despite there being no official pricing information available yet: In addition to a Walmart pilot, Canadian grocery giant Loblaw is purchasing 25 of the heavy duty all-electric transport trucks...

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Cnet
By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper
Fans of former President Obama are clamoring for the opportunity to buy Chance the Rapper's love song-turned-political message.
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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Terry Carter

Eminem brought the house down with a three-song melody of his hits on Saturday Night Live this week. The Encore rapper kicked things off with a heartfelt performance of his new Beyoncé-assisted single "Walk on Water" before launching into his 2000...

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TheVerge
By: Kaitlyn Tiffany
Maybe winter is already taking its toll on you — have you checked? Short days, dry air, too many people in Burlington Coat Factory, all the interesting coffee flavors double in price. These things take a toll on the body. Luckily, At Home With...
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Phandroid
By: Joe Fedewa
Each week we will highlight five of the best new or overlooked games. You’re sure to find some hidden gems in these recommendations.
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TheVerge
By: Loren Grush
To many, rocket science may seem like an impenetrable concept that’s just too difficult to understand, but a new book argues otherwise, aiming to break down the basic concepts behind spaceflight — to children. The new book is appropriately...
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Tech Crunch
By: Jon Evans
 Don’t worry; I’m not getting all moralistic on you here. When I talk about cultural decay I’m talking about something I think we need more of. We have too much culture to have a culture, you see, and that’s basically...
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Arstechnica
By: Ars Staff
Enlarge / A nori farm off the coast of Japan. (credit: H. Grobe) The tasty Japanese seaweed nori is ubiquitous today, but that wasn't always true. Nori was once called “lucky grass” because every year's harvest was entirely dependent on luck....
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There's no greater feeling than tearing into the latest and greatest games console, cracking open the case, breaking the warranty and staring at its spinning, sparkly, electronic innards. This week, Ben takes apart the Xbox One X, comparing it...
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Cnet
By: Roger Cheng
CNET explores what clues the film leaves for the future of the DC Extended Universe.
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Cnet
By: Geoffrey Morrison
Bigger than the Titanic, nearly as long as New York's Chrysler Building is tall, and once carried 16,082 soldiers from NY to England in WWII, here what the incredible RMS Queen Mary looks like inside.
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Cnet
By: Geoffrey Morrison

Bigger than the Titanic, and the finest transport of her day, the RMS Queen Mary is now a museum and hotel. Here’s the full tour.

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Mashable
By: Emily Heller
Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Sometimes you need a little extra security for your valuables when you travel. But not everything makes sense for the hotel safe — stuff...
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Mashable
By: Emily Heller
Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Let's face it: the world can be a dangerous place. You know at least one person who's had their car or home is broken into, and it's just not...
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The UK doesn't want to sit by the wayside while the US, Japan and other countries streamline the adoption of self-driving cars. The country's finance ministry has revealed that its upcoming budget (due on November 22nd) will include...
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Tech Crunch
By: Steve O'Hear
 Zego, the London-based startup that appears to have spotted a gaping insurance hole in the so-called gig economy, has raised £6 million in Series A funding. The round was led by Balderton Capital, with participation from existing backers,...
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Even intelligence gatherers aren't immune to making mistakes that leave data wide open. Researchers at UpGuard have revealed that the US military's Central Command and Pacific Command left "at least" 1.8 billion collected...
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Those rumors of Apple using custom ARM chips for more features inside Macs? They're true... and you might not have to wait long to witness it in action. Jonathan Levin has combed through BridgeOS code that should accompany the iMac Pro, and it...
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You no longer have to fire up Google Photos if you want to use Lens to glean information from the world around you. Users have noticed that Lens in now available in Google Assistant on both original Pixel and Pixel 2 phones. Tap a camera button...
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Xiaomi has chosen to focus its efforts on dozens of markets outside the US that very few of its products ever make it stateside. It has slowly been bringing its offerings into the country, though, and has started selling four new products on Amazon...
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Cnet
By: Chris Matyszczyk
Commentary: An AT&T salesman tells me it's quite obvious why Samsung's large phone is better than Apple's future of the smartphone.
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The Minecraft team had a bunch of news at their MineCon Earth convention, but the biggest news may be what's not happening. Mojang and Microsoft have delayed the launches of both the Super Duper Graphics Pack and cross-platform Switch...
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Cnet
By: Steve Guttenberg
Here they are, the best of the best sound bars, desktop, bookshelf, and tower speakers of 2017.
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Tech Crunch
By: Megan Rose Dickey
 There are very few black and Latinx investors, with only 2 percent of investment team members at VC firms identifying as black and just 1 percent identifying as Latinx, according to the National Venture Capital Association. This is where...
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Tech Crunch
By: Jordan A. Thomas
 In recent years, the SEC has had greater success policing wrongdoing due in large part to the implementation of its whistleblower program. But the whistleblowers’ crosshairs are not limited to Wall Street. Individuals are beginning to...
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Cnet
By: Steve Guttenberg
The +Audio’s The+Record Player manages to combine a record player and Bluetooth speaker in a single box, and the Audiophiliac even liked the sound.
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NASA and NOAA know that multi-day weather forecasts can be crucial to tracking hurricanes and their aftermath, and they're about to significantly boost the reliability of those forecasts. They just launched JPSS-1 (Joint Polar Satellite...
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TheVerge
By: Adi Robertson
Earlier this week, Amazon Studios revealed it was planning a prequel series to Lord of the Rings, a timid choice that passed over fresh fantasy literature in favor of a well-established and ever-expanding franchise. My colleague Andrew Liptak put...
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Tech Crunch
By: John Biggs
 We are now walking through a media desert. While access to content is astronomically high, the content that we read is dead, lifeless, and derivative. Yes, I see the irony in posting my criticism of the state of online media on, well, online...
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TheVerge
By: Andrew J. Hawkins
There was a lot of pomp and circumstance at SpaceX’s Hawthorne, California, headquarters for the big Tesla Semi truck unveiling. There was even a surprise cameo from the ghost of Tesla’s Christmas past: the second generation of the Roadster. But ...
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Tech Crunch
By: Romain Dillet
 GoCater is a marketplace with hundreds of catering companies accessible from a single platform. It makes it much easier to organize events in your company. As for caterers, it’s a great way to find clients and optimize your workflows....
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Tech Crunch
By: Steve Gillmor
 The Gillmor Gang — Frank Radice, Esteban Kolsky, Kevin Marks, Denis Pombriant, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Sunday, November 12, 2017. G3: Safe Sex — Elisa Camahort Page, Lisa Padilla, Francine Hardaway, and Tina Chase Gillmor. ...
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Inside the First Church of Artificial Intelligence Mark Harris, Wired You may know Anthony Levandowski from being at the center of Waymo's lawsuit against Uber, but he's also the "Dean" or leader of a new religion of artificial ...
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Cnet
By: Justin Jaffe
Some are available now, some start by Thanksgiving, but all of them will be in effect by Black Friday, November 24. Here are the absolute best deals we've found so far.
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Cnet
By: Xiomara Blanco

Want to stream video or watch free over-the-air TV instead of paying for cable? Black Friday is the perfect time to upgrade your hardware.

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TheVerge
By: Chloe Reznikov

We’re six days away from Black Friday (November 24th) and the biggest shopping holiday of the year has already begun at several online retailers. Below, we’ve rounded up our favorite tech deals from Amazon, B&H, eBay, and more. Great sales...

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Mashable
By: Monica Chin

LG is the latest electronics retailer to drop its Black Friday catalog, which includes major discounts on some of the best TVs on the market.  SEE ALSO: Samsung, Apple, Sony, Microsoft, and more in Newegg's killer Black Friday deals The full...

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Webster
Hirokazu Tanaka has a history most game composers can only dream of. As a young sound designer working at Nintendo in the 1980s, he crafted the soundtracks to classics like Metroid, Earthbound, Dr. Mario, and Tetris. Later on, he would write songs...
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TheVerge
By: Natt Garun
Startup accelerator Y Combinator has parted ways with Peter Thiel, where he served as a part-time adviser since 2015. The company did not specify why the two have cut ties; a short statement at the top of a Y Combinator blog post introducing and...
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Cnet
By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper
The long-anticipated sequel to the 2004 Pixar hit starring the super-powered family is just around the corner.
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TheVerge
By: Andrew Liptak

Our first look at The Incredibles 2 is here. The sequel to Pixar’s 2004 superhero film The Incredibles will bring back the super-powered Parr family, and will pick up immediately after the closing of the first movie. The trailer shows off one...

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TheVerge
By: Natt Garun
Until this fall, Polaroid had not made instant cameras and film in about a decade and has instead branched out to licensing its name to other electronic products like televisions, tablets, and even drones. But despite all that, Polaroid is still...
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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes
I went to see Lady Bird last weekend with a small group of friends. I'd been really excited to see it: Greta Gerwig, who wrote and directed the film, has low-key established herself as one of the smartest actors and writers around, wonderfully...
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TheVerge
By: Shannon Liao
Apu from The Simpsons is a walking cartoon stereotype, but for nearly three decades he’s represented the South Asian community to Americans — a yogi with a Ph.D who’s also running the equivalent of a 7-Eleven. Stand-up comedian Hari Kondabolu...
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TheVerge
By: Angela Chen
There’s something impressive about taking cold showers. It summons up images of military discipline, and people claim that it makes you healthier. But how much of that is true? In my quest to find out, I came across a 2016 paper published in PLoS...
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Thurrott
By: Mehedi Hassan
Razer's $699 Android phone for gamers is now available from the Microsoft Store in the United States and Canada. The post Razer’s First Ever Android Phone Now Available at the Microsoft Store appeared first on Thurrott.com.
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Thurrott
By: Paul Thurrott
This is the review I was born to write. It is the most important article I've ever written. The post Google Headphone Adapter Review appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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