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GM’s Super Cruise will cover 400,000 miles of roads in North America, doubling coverage

General Motors’ Super Cruise will be available on 400,000 miles of roads in North America later this year, marking a major expansion of the...

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Sega’s Genesis Mini 2 will only get ‘a small number of units’ in North America

Ahead of the Sega Genesis Mini 2’s launch in North America on October 27th, Sega has stated that the console will only be available in limited...

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One America News gets dumped by Verizon, the only major carrier it had left

Verizon Fios is dropping the right-wing One America News network after it failed to reach a carriage agreement with the network. The channel will...

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Captain America 4 will be directed by The Cloverfield Paradox’s Julius Onah

Marvel’s fourth Captain America movie will be directed by The Cloverfield Paradox’s Julius Onah and see Anthony Mackie return as Sam Wilson,...

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VW sells minority stake in Electrify America to Siemens

Volkswagen sold a minority stake in Electrify America worth "low triple-digit millions" to Siemens. The deal values the EV charging company...

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The biggest privacy risks in post-Roe America

The Dobbs decision will make abortion care more dangerous than ever. Here’s what we know about how police collect data and make cases. For millions...

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VW’s Electrify America unveils new ‘human-centered’ EV charging stations

Electrify America, VW’s EV charging subsidiary, says it will build new lounge-style EV charging stations in California and New York. Electrify...

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General Motors makes moves to source rare earth metals for EV motors in North America

GM struck a deal with MP Materials to source rare earth magnets for electric vehicle motors in North America. General Motors announced a deal to...

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General Motors announces it will build a new cathode plant in North America

GM is building a new cathode facility in North America to help boost its production of electric vehicles. The company is entering a joint venture...

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NASA’s massive next-generation space telescope arrives in South America ahead of launch

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has arrived at its launch site in Kourou, French Guiana, after a 26-day trip at sea from California. After more...

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AT&T is allegedly One America News Network’s biggest backer

A Reuters report says that One America News Network, which has drawn criticism and a defamation lawsuit for false stories about the coronavirus...

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Toyota to reduce production in Japan and North America due to chip shortage

The Japanese automaker made adjustments to its supply chain to try to stave off the effects of the global semiconductor shortage, but it’s now...

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Code for America employees are unionizing

Employees say they are hopeful Code for America will voluntarily recognize the union. If that doesn’t happen, they’re prepared for an election....

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June heatwave was the ‘most extreme’ on record for North America

A record-shattering heatwave took its toll on the Northwest US and Southwest Canada in late June. It was the "most extreme" summer heatwave...

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America used fewer fossil fuels in 2020 than it has in three decades

Fossil fuel consumption fell dramatically in the US in 2020. Oil, coal, and natural gas use fell as the COVID-19 pandemic put economies on pause....

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This is a map of America’s broadband problem

The pandemic made the broadband problem impossible to ignore, so we’ve laid out the counties with the worst broadband usage in the US, using data...

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Three cheers for Scabby the Rat

Since the ‘80s, Scabby the Rat has become a mainstay of worker-led protests — an eyesore to let people walking by know that the management...

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A fourth Captain America movie is in the works from the creator of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Marvel is reportedly working on a fourth Captain America movie co-written by Malcolm Spellman, the creator and showrunner of Disney Plus’ The...

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Volvo and Aurora team up on fully autonomous trucks for North America

Volvo and Aurora will join forces to co-develop autonomous trucks for hub-to-hub routes in North America. It will be a long-term partnership spanning...

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Volkswagen of America lied about rebranding to ‘Voltswagen’

Volkswagen of America lied about changing its brand name to "Voltswagen," which was supposed to show the company’s commitment to electric...

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Competitively priced Motorola G100 and G50 offer 90Hz screens and 5,000mAh batteries

The Motorola G100 and G50 offer 5G connectivity, fast 90Hz refresh rate screens, and huge 5,000mAh batteries at competitive prices. The G100 includes...

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Motorola phones will now include endangered languages from Latin America

Motorola has added support for two new indigenous languages spoken in the Amazon — Kaingang and Nheengatu — as part of a larger effort to make...

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Chuck Schumer wants to replace every gas car in America with an electric vehicle

In an interview with The Verge, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said he plans to include his plan to give discounts for swapping a gas...

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Roku says Roku TV was best-selling smart TV OS in North America for 2020

Roku says its Roku TV line was the top-selling smart TV OS in North America throughout all of 2020, holding at 38 percent market share in the US and...

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League of Legends: Wild Rift’s open beta comes to North America in March

League of Legends: Wild Rift, a spinoff of the popular strategy game on iPhone, Android, and console, will be coming to North America in open beta...

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New trailers: Tiger, Coming 2 America, The Little Things, and more

Our final trailer roundup of 2020 has movies with Denzel Washington, Justin Timberlake, Eddie Murphy, and Anthony Mackie, plus a documentary about...

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In 2021, we need to fix America’s internet

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has shown the internet is essential for education, work, and play, but tens of millions of Americans still have only...

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Trump’s chaos made America a sitting duck for cyberattacks

In November 2020, President Trump fired CISA director Christopher Krebs — a terrible decision that will make the recovery from the Russia-linked...

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