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Lucid Motors will barely make any EVs this year as it slashes production goals again

Lucid Motors will only make 7,000 electric vehicles at most this year after the company revised its production guidance for the second time in 2022....

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Subscriptions have made gaming on an iPhone fun again

Through games like Into the Breach, Fantasian, and Air Twister, subscription services Apple Arcade and Netflix have turned into the best way to game...

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Google delays blocking third-party cookies again, now targeting late 2024

Google is pushing back its plan to replace third-party cookies again. It’s now slated for the second half of 2024, but Google will start opting...

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Activision Blizzard employees walk out again, this time for reproductive protections

On the one-year anniversary of the state of California’s sexual harassment lawsuit, Activision Blizzard employees are staging another walkout for...

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UK regulator’s order for Meta to sell Giphy is under review — again

Judges with the Competition Appeal Tribunal have told the UK’s competition regulator, the Competition and Markets Authority, to reconsider its...

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Tesla raises prices, again

Tesla has raised the prices of select Model 3, Model Y, and Model S vehicles. The largest price increase was seen by the Model S Dual Motor All-Wheel...

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Google’s folding phone has reportedly been delayed again

Reports indicate that Google’s rumored folding phone has been delayed until spring 2023. Google was originally expected to launch the device in...

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After roasting Apple about headphone jacks, Google quietly dumps it from Pixel 6A

Google just revealed the Pixel 6A at Google I/O, and while it has a number of impressive specs for midrange device, it’s missing one that the...

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Jack Dorsey says he’ll never be the CEO of Twitter again

Jack Dorsey has said that he has no plans or desire to be Twitter’s CEO after Elon Musk takes over, contrary to what some have predicted might...

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Microsoft’s Xbox streaming stick and TV app are less than 12 months away — again

Microsoft is working on a Roku-esque Xbox streaming stick and a smart TV app that’ll let you play Xbox games beamed over the internet from remote...

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How the mechanical keyboard went mainstream again

The mechanical keyboard has gone from an oddity to a must have in just a few years. In this episode of the Vergecast we explore that time through the...

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Activision Blizzard again accused of threatening employees for speaking out

Activision Blizzard is facing another labor complaint after an employee was allegedly threatened for discussing a lawsuit against the company in a...

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Mask mandate for air travel and public transportation is extended again

The mask mandate for air travel and public transportation will be extended until May 3rd, the CDC said. The mandate was previously scheduled to...

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CD Projekt Red delays next-gen Witcher 3 again, this time indefinitely

CD Projekt Red has again delayed the release of its next-gen update for The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It originally targeted a late-2021 release date for...

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Is streaming just becoming cable again? Julia Alexander thinks so

Plus, Disney’s battle of the Bobs, how Encanto became a viral sensation, and whether there are just too many superhero movies Julia Alexander is a...

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The Nintendo Switch topped console sales once again in February

The Nintendo Switch outsold both the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 in February 2022 in both unit and dollar sales. Last month, the PS5 took the top...

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Android’s archive feature will partially uninstall apps until you need them again

Google is working on a feature that will let you partially uninstall an app, rather than uninstall it completely. The company says it will reduce an...

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Wordle rip-offs are running rampant on the App Store again

Wordle clones that rip off the popular word game are once again topping the App Store, but it’s not clear if Apple or The New York Times will be...

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Killing Eve rights itself and makes Eve the star again

BBC America made the first three episodes of the final season of Killing Eve available to critics and its as exciting and witty as previous seasons,...

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Bethesda’s launcher is going away, but you’ll be able to get your games again on Steam for free

Bethesda is retiring its Bethesda.net Launcher this year and will let people move their games and Wallet to Steam starting in early April, Bethesda...

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Google’s latest Pixel 6 update breaks things, again

Some owners of Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones are reporting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth problems after installing the February update,...

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The SEC subpoenas Tesla over one of Elon Musk’s tweets again

The SEC subpoenaed Tesla last year, a few days after Elon Musk tweeted about selling 10 percent of his shares in the company. The Securities and...

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Halo Infinite’s Big Team Battle is fixed, again, maybe

The February 3rd patch for Halo Infinite brings "service improvements" to Big Team Battle. It could be the huge matchmaking fix we’ve...

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Orphan prequel will feature an adult woman playing a murderous child, CGI free

Orphan: First Kill will see 24-year-old actress Isabelle Fuhrman reprise her role as nine-year-old Esther. Isabelle Fuhrman’s performance as Esther...

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Mission: Impossible release dates have been pushed back again

Audiences will have to wait a little longer to see Tom Cruise save the world (twice), as release dates for the next two Mission: Impossible movies...

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Apple extends in-app purchase exemption for online group and event apps yet again

Apple is extending its deadline for group and online event apps to comply with its in-app purchase policy until June 30th. Until then, apps in this...

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E3 2022 will be online-only again following COVID-19 surges

E3 has announced that it’ll be once again shifting to a digital event in 2022, skipping the conference’s usual in-person Los Angeles convention...

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Google pulls back the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro December update to fix dropped calls

The first big feature update for Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro is going back in the garage for more work. Some people who installed it said it...

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