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Roku has a problem — its buttons aren’t printing enough money

Roku says that a lack of expected button revenue is to blame for some of its missed goals. How could this have happened, when they’re sooo useful?...

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People aren’t buying as many PCs — and Intel is feeling the multibillion-dollar burn

Intel’s Q2 2022 earnings are grim — if you’re a PC industry executive hoping that people keep buying standard laptops and desktops whose sales...

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FDA warnings aren’t stopping illicit weight-loss supplements

Supplements containing prohibited and potentially dangerous stimulants stay on the market after FDA warnings, according to a new study. Warning...

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Hulu blocks ads on abortion, guns, and climate change — and Dems aren’t happy

Abortion rights, gun control, and climate change have taken center stage for Democrats running in this year’s midterm elections. But Disney-backed...

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Hyundai N’s ‘rolling labs’ imagine performance EVs that aren’t so boring

Hyundai N showed off two performance-focused electric vehicle (EV) concepts: the RN22e and the N Vision 74. The N Vision 74 takes inspiration from...

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Pixel 6 owners aren’t thrilled with Google’s overpriced, yellowing cases

Pixel 6 owners are unimpressed with Google’s first-party case for the phones, complaining that it quickly turns yellow, stains, and warps. Google...

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DJI insisted drone-tracking AeroScope signals were encrypted — now it admits they aren’t

A hacker pointed out that DJI wasn’t being truthful about AeroScope signals, and the company is now admitting it. The AeroScope signals broadcast...

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Tesla insists Autopilot and Full Self-Driving are safe, but US senators aren’t buying it

Tesla insisted that Autopilot and Full Self-Driving are safe in a letter to Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Ed Markey. But the senators said the company...

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Ja Rule’s NFT fans aren’t worried about another Fyre Fest

Ja Rule was previously behind Fyre Festival, the infamous music event that ended in chaos. Now, he’s sold hundreds of NFTs through a project called...

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T-Mobile will reportedly fire corporate employees who aren’t fully vaccinated by April 2nd

T-Mobile will terminate corporate employees who aren’t fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by April 2nd, according to a report from Bloomberg. The...

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Google changed the Assistant’s white noise sound, and many aren’t happy about it

Google changed the white noise ambient sound that’s available from the Google Assistant, and many people have expressed frustration with the...

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Garmin’s newest smartwatches aren’t limited to fitness buffs

Garmin’s two CES 2022 launches, the Venu 2 Plus and the Vivomove Sport, are smartwatches that are meant to appeal to more than just triathletes and...

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Ad board tells Mint Mobile it should stop abusing the word ‘unlimited’

Mint Mobile’s claims of "unlimited" data on its most expensive plans are misleading, a national ad board finds. Mint says it will comply...

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Amazon outage isn’t just online: delivery vans and warehouse bots aren’t moving packages

Amazon is experiencing a server outage at one of its East Coast AWS facilities. Reports from employees and partners show the network problem has...

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Theranos is gone, but ads for shady tests aren’t

Theranos was able to market its tests without FDA approval because of a loophole that allows lab-developed tests to be used and advertised. These...

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Edge users aren’t happy about Microsoft’s built-in ‘buy now, pay later’ tool

Microsoft has begun rolling out its built-in "buy now, pay later" option on Edge, which will appear when you’re on a checkout page. The...

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Exxon’s new Gulf of Mexico leases aren’t what they seem

ExxonMobil was a big spender during a big auction of federal waters in the Gulf of Mexico. But instead of using the area for oil and gas, experts...

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Global climate talks in Glasgow aren’t very global

Highly anticipated global climate talks in Glasgow are missing key voices: people from places most vulnerable to climate change. Many faced too big...

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Genie Plus lets you skip lines at Disney World, but fans aren’t happy about it

Disney is introducing its new line-booking service, Genie Plus, on October 19. The added fee for the service is turning off Disney goers, especially...

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Most people aren’t accessing their medical records on their phones

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, use of patient portals to access health records was steadily increasing. Most people used computers to look at their...

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The Lightning port isn’t about convenience; it’s about control

The iPhone sticks with Lightning ports instead of USB-C because of Apple’s MFi program rules, which let it dictate who can make iPhone accessories,...

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Among Us devs aren’t happy with Fortnite’s blatant copying

The developers behind Among Us aren’t happy with Epic Games copying its game. Fortnite’s new Impostors mode includes a similar map and gameplay...

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An AI model shows health centers in California aren’t prepared for power outages

Officials and aid groups often don’t know which health centers have backup power sources. A new AI model in California fills in gaps for health...

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New report suggests corporate climate change pledges aren’t that valuable

Few S&P 100 companies that claim to care about climate change are actually using their weight to lobby for solutions to the crisis, a new report...

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TCL 20 Pro 5G review: good looks aren’t everything

The 20 Pro 5G offers a 6.67-inch display with curved edges — a rarity in its midrange class. It also includes wireless charging, a 48-megapixel...

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Bezos says Amazon workers aren’t treated like robots, unveils robotic plan to keep them working

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in his final letter to shareholders as CEO that the e-commerce giant has to "do a better job for our employees,"...

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Supreme Court says Facebook text alerts aren’t illegal robocalls

The Supreme Court has unanimously agreed that Facebook’s automated text message alerts don’t meet the definition of robocalls under the TCPA,...

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COVID-19 vaccine ‘passports’ aren’t exactly like yellow fever certifications

Plans to roll out COVID-19 vaccine certifications brought up analogies to yellow fever vaccine certifications. There are other ethical issues that we...

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