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92 million US workers now have the opportunity to work remotely: survey

92 million American workers have the opportunity to work remotely and 80 million are currently doing so at least part time, according to a survey...

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Tesla reportedly doesn’t have enough desks after Musk threatens to fire remote employees

Remote Tesla employees who were forced to return to work or face losing their jobs reportedly came back to the office to find nowhere to park their...

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Sony could have a trio of new gaming headsets on the way

Sony could be about to announce a new lineup of gaming headsets, according to new leakes. The Inzone H3, H7, and H9 could be announced alongside new...

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Sonos says customers that got extra speakers don’t have to send them back

Sonos says customers who received extra, unordered devices as a result of a recent software glitch don’t need to return the extra speakers....

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Google’s Pixel Watch will reportedly have an Apple-like range of straps

A new rumor says that Google is making as many as seven watch straps for its forthcoming Pixel Watch. That’s because it’s opting for proprietary...

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Amazon Prime Day will have more than 30 free games, including Mass Effect

Amazon is planning to offer more than 30 free games to Amazon Prime subscribers as part of its Prime Day festivities. Perhaps the most notable is...

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Meet the unique group of polar bears living with less sea ice

A newly identified group of polar bears surprised researchers with how they’ve found a way to live with less sea ice. The group shows how some...

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Congress might finally have a deal on data privacy

Called the American Data Privacy and Protection Act, the proposal marks a major step forward in congressional data privacy negotiations. The measure...

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Car companies haven’t figured out if they’ll let Apple CarPlay take over all the screens

Apple unveiled its most expansive version of CarPlay yet, leaving automakers scrambling to figure out how to accommodate it. Most car companies said...

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Behind the high-tech COVID-19 tests you probably haven’t heard about

While most people are familiar with rapid at-home antigen tests, Cue Health, Detect, and Lucira Health all have FDA-authorized OTC molecular tests...

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Looking Glass might have just invented the GIF’s 3D successor

The Looking Glass Block is a new image format that lets you peek inside a 3D scene, viewing holograms on flat screens or even a VR headset thanks to...

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A Steam Deck software update is turning fan noise way down

Valve’s SteamOS 3.2 update is intended to make the Steam Deck’s fan quieter, especially in low usage situations, and in a few minutes of testing,...

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The heatsink may finally have a much more svelte competitor

A group of researchers is studying a heatsink alternative that involves putting a coat of copper and poly that coats an entire device to help keep it...

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YouTube’s new tool for brands means you don’t have to see the same ads nauseam

YouTube is expanding the reach of its ad frequency tool, which lets brands set limits on how many times individual users are shown the same ads. It...

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Fewer Americans think Big Tech should have more regulations

A study from the Pew Research Center found a decrease in Americans who are in favor of Big Tech companies having more regulations. This new finding...

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The Aya Neo 2 and Aya Neo Slide have specs that could challenge the Steam Deck

Up-and-coming handheld gaming company Aya Neo has introduced the Aya Neo 2 and Neo Slide, both of which come with an upgraded Ryzen 7 6800U chip and...

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The Pixel 6A loses the A-series’ best feature

Previous Pixel A-series phones like the 5A included the same camera hardware as the more expensive version. With the Google Pixel 6A, that’s no...

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Bethesda’s Starfield and Redfall have been delayed to 2023

Bethesda announced that two highly anticipated console exclusive games for Xbox, Starfield and Redfall, have been delayed. Both games are now slated...

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A pig virus may have contributed to the death of first pig heart transplant patient

The first patient receiving a heart transplant with a pig heart might have died because the heart was infected with a virus, not because his body...

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Meta, TikTok and YouTube may finally have to start sharing data with researchers

On Wednesday, Congress was treated to the unfamiliar spectacle of highly intelligent people talking about platform regulation. The hearing:...

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Razer’s Blade 15 is the first laptop with a 240Hz OLED display, but you’ll have to wait a while

Razer has just announced the Blade 15, a laptop with a 240Hz OLED display priced at $3,499.99. It will come with an Intel Core i9-129000H and Nvidia...

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Mental health apps have terrible privacy protections, report finds

A Mozilla report found that mental health and prayer apps have particularly bad data privacy protections. The apps suck up personal information and...

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Boeing CEO calls Trump’s Air Force One deal a risk it ‘probably shouldn’t have taken’

Boeing’s CEO says that its deal with former president Donald Trump to build a new pair of Air Force One planes for $3.9 billion might have been a...

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Your PS5 might already have VRR, no new update required

The PlayStation 5’s Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) feature is already live. If your TV supports the feature, VRR dynamically adjusts the refresh rate...

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Microsoft says more than 10 million people have streamed games on Xbox Cloud Gaming

More than 10 million people have streamed games over Xbox Cloud Gaming, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said Tuesday during the company’s third-quarter...

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Sennheiser’s Momentum True Wireless 3 earbuds have a fresh design and better ANC

The new Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 3 earbuds have a revamped design, improved comfort, and more advanced noise cancellation. Ever since the...

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Ubisoft says its upcoming ‘team battle arena’ game won’t have NFTs

Ubisoft has announced Project Q, an upcoming team battle arena game that it says won’t be just a battle royale, and also won’t feature any NFTs....

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Google, Meta, and others will have to explain their algorithms under new EU legislation

The EU has finalized its Digital Services Act — a substantial piece of legislation designed to police the content of online platforms. The act...

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