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By: Mike Sorrentino

The Star Wars film's latest peek takes a longer look at the duo's early dynamic.

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Liptak

Lucasfilm has released a new teaser for its upcoming film Solo: A Star Wars Story, showing off a bit more of Han Solo’s early days and his friendship with Chewbacca. We’ve already seen a couple of trailers for the film, which show off a bit of...

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By: Chris Matyszczyk

Commentary: During a rain delay, staff at the Indians game offers another game.

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By: Steve Guttenberg

Show Us Yours: How a man and a woman found bliss with 11 pairs of Zu Audio speakers in a small New York City apartment.

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By: Chris Matyszczyk

Commentary: Surveillance video shows an Amazon delivery that seems to have been inspired by the NBA playoffs.

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By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

The actor who plays young Lando will host Saturday Night Live next month and will also perform as rapper Childish Gambino.

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By: Jessica Dolcourt

The startup that made 3D emojis for Samsung's phones promises change.

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By: Emme Hall

It’s not a big addition, and it’s not confirmed yet, but more power is always welcome.

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By: Alfred Ng

The social network continues to roll out tools to take on hoax articles and propaganda ads. But what about the memes?

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By: Stephen Shankland

Processors with artificial intelligence will spread from today's top-end phones to cars, PCs, security cameras, smart speakers and mainstream phones.

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By: Steve Guttenberg

Radio isn't dead yet, but its future isn’t exactly healthy.

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By: Mike Sorrentino

Hasbro, Lego and other toymakers are releasing their toys depicting younger Han Solo's adventures.

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By: Kyle Hyatt

Finally, Android users (with Google phones) will be able to connect to Android Auto over Wi-Fi.

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By: Marguerite Reardon

"Consent decree" was one of the buzzwords in Mark Zuckerberg's testimony this week, but what does it mean? We break down Facebook's 2011 settlement with the FTC.

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By: Kyle Hyatt

In his interview with CBS This Morning, Musk says that relying too much on robotics was his mistake.

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Fortune
By: Kirsten Korosec

A reliance on robots contributed to Model 3 production hell

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Mashable
By: Raymond Wong

After Tesla failed to hit its goal of producing 2,500 Model 3 electric cars a week, CEO Elon Musk says he's figured out what went wrong: robots. Yes, robots, which are designed to help build lots and lots of Tesla's electric vehicle at an insane...

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By: Richard Nieva

Facebook's CEO went to Washington, in part, to mend relationships with lawmakers. But Congress also has the other tech giants in its sights.

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By: Drew Stearne

Wagons -- estate cars -- used to dominate the world's roads. But in recent years, SUVs and crossovers have indeed taken over. We explore why this shift happened, and ask, was it for the better?

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By: Eric Mack

We speak to scientists behind a new mission to find nearby exoplanets that could host life.

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By: Sean Hollister

We don't know much yet, but we know we want one.

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Along with the rereleases of Shenmue I & II, Sega also showed off its own attempt at retro console loaded with classic games. While knockoff Genesis systems have been easy to find, the success of Nintendo's miniaturized NES and SNES may ...

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By: Sean Hollister

Though Yahoo was already scanning its users' emails to maximize ad opportunities, doubling-down on the policy could raise eyebrows in a post-Cambridge Analytica world.

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By: Kent German

Boeing and Rolls-Royce invest in Reaction Engines, a British company developing a hypersonic propulsion system that's part rocket, part jet engine.

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By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

This season, a pregnant Offred will be at the center of the dark drama. The show will travel to Canada and also set scenes in the dreaded radioactive Colonies.

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By: Sean Buckley

"It's clear to us that players see the company differently than we do," an Electronic Arts executive said long after the Death Star-sized disaster.

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By: Richard Nieva

The spike in cost comes after the CEO spent 2017 on a big tour of the US.

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By: Ashlee Clark-Thompson

Target Fetch, a subscription service the company is testing, uses Bluetooth-connected devices to track your usage of toilet paper, paper towels and hand soap, and automatically order more.

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By: Mike Sorrentino

The Ron Howard-directed movie will clock in a little shorter than The Last Jedi.

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By: Mike Sorrentino

Pixar's sequel sees the family matriarch take on a new job, making Mr. Incredible a stay-at-home dad.

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By: Terry Carter

It's been 14 long years since The Incredibles first hit movie theaters. The 2004 superhero film introduced the world to the Incredible family, including Mr. Incredible (Craig T. Nelson); his wife, Elastigirl (Holly Hunter); and their three children, ...

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By: Kyle Hyatt

The self-driving technology leader seeks to test fully driverless vehicles on California public roads.

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TheVerge
By: Andrew J. Hawkins

The California Department of Motor Vehicles has received a second application to test fully driverless vehicles on public roads, and the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that the applicant is Waymo, the self-driving unit of Google parent...

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Waymo has officially applied to the California DMV to test autonomous cars without drivers in the state. A source told the San Francisco Chronicle that the company will start trials around its Mountain View headquarters where it's been testing...

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By: Chris Matyszczyk

Commentary: The astrophysicist runs into Twitter mockery from many sides, even from Merriam-Webster dictionary.

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By: David Carnoy

Google's upcoming redesign has some potentially compelling new features that may change your emailing habits.

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Cnet
By: David Carnoy

Google's upcoming redesign has some potentially compelling new features that may change your emailing habits.

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Mashable
By: Monica Chin

The upcoming, redesigned Gmail looks like it will have several new features to protect the privacy of your emails.  One of these, according to TechCrunch, is self-destructing emails. Following the update, you'll be able to set emails you send...

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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger

And some other security features, too.

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By: Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

In the upcoming film, Elle Fanning plays Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, the author who brought the classic monster to life.

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By: Andrew Krok

There's even a little maple leaf on it! Cute!

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Autoblog
By: Joel Stocksdale

Filed under: Design/Style,McLaren,Convertible,Performance,Supercars McLaren's MSO custom division seems to stay quite busy. Every few months they seem to have a new special configuration to offer buyers. Sometimes they're a bit...

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By: Sean Hollister

Drink in the irony.

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Fast Company
By: Mark Sullivan

Apple has long been obsessed with secrecy, but a new memo seems to take it to the next level. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports on a memo recently sent to all Apple employees stating that 29 Apple people were caught leaking secrets about...

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Bloomberg got its hands on a leaked Apple memo today regarding, funnily enough, leaks. The company is well-known for liking to keep things under wraps, but its leadership isn't pleased with how often Apple employees are leaking information to...

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Arstechnica
By: Cyrus Farivar

Enlarge / Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks about the new Apple headquarters during a media event in Cupertino, California, on September 12, 2017. (credit: JOSH EDELSON/AFP/Getty Images) Apple recently sent a lengthy memo warning employees about leaking....

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TheVerge
By: Shannon Liao

Apple has had 12 employees arrested over the course of last year for leaking internal information about future software plans, according to a memo leaked (ironically) today, spotted by Bloomberg. The company said in a strongly worded memo that it...

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By: Andrew Krok

These pilot programs will start in June.

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Autoblog
By: Sven Gustafson

Filed under: Etc.,Mercedes-Benz,Car Buying,Car Dealers,Luxury Here comes Mercedes-Benz jumping into the monthly subscription-service craze, launching its pilot program in Nashville and Philadelphia. It'll be called the...

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By: Molly Price

The $100 TP-Link Kasa Wi-Fi Smart Plug Mini works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa and has tons of scheduling features.

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By: Jason Parker

Pied Piper will continue to try to make it big as Silicon Valley returns for another season.

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TheVerge
By: Shannon Liao

HBO’s Silicon Valley still has more steam to tell more stories about the rise of a little tech startup known as Pied Piper. The network announced yesterday that it’s renewed the show for a sixth season. The show is currently airing its fifth...

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HBO announced this week that it's renewing Silicon Valley for a sixth season. Season five, which premiered last month, is the first without TJ Miller, who tweeted his support of the Erlich Bachman-free season earlier this year, saying,...

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By: Sean Hollister

But can Russia actually block it? Telegram may have a workaround.

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By: Gordon Gottsegen

Would you buy a smartphone without internet connectivity?

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TheVerge
By: Dami Lee

Every year, high school seniors in South Korea take a national college entrance exam called suneung that will essentially determine the rest of their lives. This isn’t an exaggeration. Unlike the SATs, which only play a small part in college...

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By: Alfred Ng

A professor took data on 87 million Facebook users and sold it to Cambridge Analytica. Rest assured, researchers invited to look into Facebook's data will be adhering to stronger standards.

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By: Shara Tibken

A report Thursday said Paul Jacobs, the former head of Qualcomm, has talked to partners like Arm for help in taking the chipmaker his father co-founded private. Arm refuted the report.

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By: Ben Fox Rubin

Merchants won’t be required to get your signature, but many will likely still ask for one.

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By: Gordon Gottsegen

Analysts from UBS predict that the flagship 2018 iPhone may cost $1,100.

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By: Amanda Kooser

NASA astronauts and Russian cosmonauts on the space station chow down on tube cake in recognition of Yuri Gagarin's historic 1961 spaceflight.

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By: David Carnoy

Commentary: KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple is "mulling" a smaller, less expensive HomePod amid a reported sales slump. But there's a quicker, easier way to boost buyer interest.

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By: Andrew Krok

It's being tested right now at Hamburg Airport.

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By: David Carnoy

Songs from the female rapper's debut album Invasion of Privacy were streamed 100 million times in the album's first week on the service.

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By: David Carnoy

An accidental leak on AT&T's website reveals a new Mophie Juice Pack Air wireless charging case for the iPhone X.

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By: Andrew Krok

It's a clever way to keep EVs from losing too much charge throughout the day.

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By: Joan E. Solsman

The two companies are getting cozier, which could make it easier for more Comcast customers to stream Netflix and search its titles.

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It may sound strange at first, but the latest option in Comcast's Xfinity cable bundle is... Netflix. Despite their differences, the two have forged a partnership lately, with the Netflix app included on Comcast's X1 platform since 2016...

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Fortune
By: Chris Morris

Comcast and chill?

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TheVerge
By: Dani Deahl

Comcast has announced that later this month it will offer the ability to include a Netflix subscription to new and existing Xfinity cable packages. Comcast initially added Netflix to its set-top box, the Xfinity X1, in 2016, and then Netflix added...

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Comcast will begin bundling Netflix with plans for cable TV, phone and internet starting this month. The integration effectively allows customers to pay for both Netflix and Comcast services on one bill, through Comcast.

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Fast Company
By: Jared Newman

Netflix has been streaming on Comcast’s X1 cable boxes since late 2016, and now the companies are taking things a step further. Later this month, Comcast will start offering Netflix as part of its pay TV packages, though it’s unclear...