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Kate Bush loves that Stranger Things is introducing the youth to her music

Stranger Things has put Kate Bush’s "Running Up That Hill" back on the charts, and the singer hopes that new fans are able to forge their...

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Toyota recalls bZ4X electric SUVs over wheel that could detach while driving

Toyota issued a recall for its bZ4X electric SUV over a wheel that could detach while driving. The recall is a major setback for the automaker’s...

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Street Fighter 6 is designed to be a fighter ‘that everyone can play’

An interview with Street Fighter 6 game director Takayuki Nakayama about the upcoming fighting game, which launches in 2023 for the PS5, Xbox Series...

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Amazon shows off Alexa feature that mimics the voices of your dead relatives

Amazon has shown off an experimental feature for its digital assistant Alexa that uses AI to mimic the voices of users’ dead relatives. The company...

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Instagram is testing an AI tool that verifies your age by scanning your face

Instagram is introducing new options for users to verify their age, including AI estimation and "social vouching." Users only need to...

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Microsoft to retire controversial facial recognition tool that claims to identify emotion

Microsoft is retiring a number of facial analysis tools used to identify emotion, gender, and age. It’s part of an overhaul of the company’s AI...

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Everyone’s ready to die on that hill in Stranger Things 4 Volume 2’s first trailer

Stranger Things 4 Volume 2 — out July 1st — is building to an epic Upside Down musical showdown in its first trailer. Though music played a...

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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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Elon Musk hints that layoffs are in Twitter’s future

Elon Musk told Twitter employees on Thursday that the company needed to significantly lower its costs to become financially "healthy,"...

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SwitchBot’s retrofit smart door lock installs in under a minute

The SwitchBot Lock and $29 SwitchBot Keypad work over Bluetooth and allow access to your door via an app, key, code, or fingerprint. SwitchBot, the...

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Google Talk is surprisingly still operational, but that ends on Thursday

Google is ending third-party support for Talk, its messaging app that used to let users send messages directly through Gmail. Users who accessed Talk...

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Ikea announces record player that might actually make it to stores this time

Ikea will release a record player as part of its new Obergränsad collection this fall. The record player was designed in collaboration with house...

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Ikea announces record player that might actually make it to stores this time

Ikea will release a record player as part of its new Obergränsad collection this fall. The record player was designed in collaboration with house...

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Mario Strikers: Battle League makes soccer both simpler and more chaotic

Mario Strikers: Battle League takes the fundamentals of soccer and transforms them into a chaotic arcade game. It launches on June 10th on the...

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Taco Bell opens its first ‘Defy’ restaurant that prioritizes ordering via app

The first Taco Bell Defy location opened on Tuesday, June 7th. Its bank-like design is supposed to speed up the drive-thru process for delivery...

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Ford surprises F-150 Lightning owners with accessory that can recharge stranded Teslas

Ford F-150 Lightning owners were surprised to receive an accessory that would allow them to charge a stranded Tesla vehicle. Ford has been vocal...

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Furbo’s latest pet cam gives you 360-degree views

With auto-tracking and color night vision, the Furbo pet camera can watch over your animal and alert you to barking and crying. A favorite among...

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The linguistics search engine that overturned the federal mask mandate

Textualist judges are increasingly turning to a linguistic big data strategy called corpus linguistics to make decisions about what the words in laws...

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Apple demos Safari’s ‘passkeys’ support in macOS Ventura that will help bring an end to passwords

Apple has demonstrated how its Safari browser in the new macOS Ventura release will support a new paswordless authentication standard on the web. Now...

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Apple’s CarPlay is going beyond the infotainment screen

Apple CarPlay can now connect to the instrument panel and integrate deeply within the vehicle. The features should come to new cars by next year....

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Go read this report on an AI shopping app that was actually just using humans

Tech startup Nate said it used AI to complete purchases by auto-filling shoppers’ payment and personal information. In fact, sources tell The...

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Microsoft tests Windows 11 store that won’t update apps if you’re using them

Microsoft is now testing an update to its Microsoft Store on Windows 11 that will improve how app updates are handled. Apps will no longer close and...

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Biden wishes Elon Musk ‘lots of luck’ on Moon trip that NASA is funding

When asked about Elon Musk’s negative attitude toward the economy, President Joe Biden wished him "lots of luck" on his trip to the Moon...

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Dyson eyes robots that can do your household chores

Dyson has shown off a series of robot prototypes it has in development, and has announced plans to hire hundreds of robotics engineers over the next...

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The ‘800 pound gorilla’ in the Gulf of Mexico that could supercharge hurricanes this season

The 2022 Atlantic hurricane season is shaping up to potentially be a doozy. Forecasters expect an active season with a worrying wildcard. Forecasters...

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Mr. Boop, the psychosexual webcomic that is a scathing critique of copyright

Alec Robbins talks to The Verge about his webcomic’s new hardcover edition, the most sexualized Pokémon, and the copyright threats he may or may...

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Snap plans to slow hiring, warns that revenue will grow slower than expected

Snap CEO Evan Spiegel told employees the company will only hire 500 more people this year versus 2,000 over the past 12 months. Snap CEO Evan Spiegel...

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Twitter will hide tweets that share false info during a crisis

The new crisis misinformation policy will apply in situations that present "a widespread threat to life" and result in tougher moderation...

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