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Are Amazon, Twitter, Google, AT&T and other tech companies doing enough to protect consumer privacy? If not, what should Congress do about it? Executives from these companies are testifying before the Senate Commerce Committee today.
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From our friend at : whites that work after Labor Day.
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American democracy could soon be tested like never before
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This isn't clay, it's bubble gum. Sam Kaplan glued together thousands of sticks of Double Mint and 5 Gum to create these sculptures—each of which took as long as 15 hours to build 📸: Sam Kaplan
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The number of physics problems hidden in Star Wars movies is much greater than you think. Here's one big one: HOW do they actually drop bombs from spaceships in space? Let's do some physics.
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Take a look at Ferrari's new Monza SP1 and SP2. These sports cars mix 1940s and 50 classic racing style with the best 21st century engineering has to offer—including the most powerful engine Ferrari has ever made.
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Lauren Murrow 21h
Disabled gamers are a very real, vocal demographic: Gaming org. estimates there are 30 million playing in the US. But across all systems, video game controllers have been designed more or less the same. Until now. by via
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Are Amazon, Twitter, Google, AT&T and other tech companies doing enough to protect consumer privacy? If not, what should Congress do about it? Execs from these companies are headed to Washington to testify Wednesday before the Senate Commerce Committee.
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Here's one more problem for San Francisco's transbay terminal: It has a major crack. Officials are looking into whether it needs to be closed. More via In August, we critiqued the lovely, but disconnected, terminal.
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The Botvac D4 Connected might not be cheap, but with features like mapping tech and no-go lines, it's currently one of the best robot vacuums in terms of value
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Amazon's new comedy, 'Forever', is like if one of the odd couples Fred Armisen was a part of on Portlandia wrote their own show after a lot of therapy. It also happens to be one of the best new shows of the fall
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With the departure of Instagram's cofounders, the full shape of the Facebook borg has emerged. It’s not four separate logos (Instagram, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Facebook), it’s just one Facebook, desperate to keep growing
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Cody Wilson may have resigned from his role as director of DIY gun company Defense Distributed, but the Pandora's box he opened with 3-D printed guns isn't closing anytime soon
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You spend too much time on your phone. Apple's trying to help
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"There are a whole bunch of reasons why we’re asking the public. One of the biggest ones is that historically, we have been less transparent than, quite frankly, I think is ideal about our policies and how we develop them"
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Everyone knows what you're *supposed* to do to help the planet. But what does the most good? Answer: Have one fewer child. Learn more on our Snapchat channel:
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Matt Simon 17h
Whatever you do, do NOT share this story on social media.
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Think of this bot like a self-driving car, only with a saw on its face and a hunger for peppers. And yes, you read that correctly
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The changes announced Monday seem to support that Google is now focused on keeping users on and pushing external links further down the page. The unifying theme? Let Google do that for you.
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Forget the Alexa-enabled microwave. The most interesting new Amazon gadget is the new Echo Show. It’s a glimpse of Amazon’s vision for the TV of the future—whether that’s streaming video, over-the-air television, or casual games played on a large screen.
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