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iPads might lose their smart home hub abilities in iOS 16

Apple will no longer let you use an iPad as a home hub to control HomeKit accessories starting with iOS 16, MacRumors reports. That means you’ll...

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Google will let LGBTQ-plus merchants tag their businesses in Maps

Google is adding a label that lets merchants identify their business as being owned by someone in the LGBTQ-plus community. Google is adding a label...

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Either a bird went on vacation or scientists need a tourist to return their equipment

Researchers are asking for help retrieving a lost bird tracker. A tourist likely picked up the GPS device on the beach and brought it home with them...

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Apple’s AirTag item trackers drop to their lowest price yet

You can buy one Apple AirTag at an all-time low at Amazon and Best Buy. If you’re an iPhone owner planning on traveling this summer, today’s deal...

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Google contractors say a recruiting company has been systematically skimming their pay

Workers for Google’s Help Center project say a contract recruiting agency systematically underpaid them for months — and now they’re organizing...

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The Sony LinkBuds just got their first discount at Amazon

Amazon is offering the first discount ever on the Sony LinkBuds. You can also find sizeable discounts on the Sony WF-1000XM4 earbuds, the 44mm Apple...

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Meta’s new Reels video editing tools draw their creator experience closer to TikTok’s

Instagram and Facebook Reels are updating their content editing tools. The new upgrades also include original audio import, 90-second videos for...

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Activision Blizzard employees win their union vote

Quality assurance employees at Raven Software, a subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, have won their union election despite multiple attempts to block...

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Steam Deck rivals OneXPlayer, Aya, and GPD are planning their revenge with AMD’s 6800U

All of the Steam Deck’s chief rivals — GPD, Aya, and OneXPlayer — have now confirmed they’re building handhelds around AMD’s Ryzen 6000U...

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F-150 Lightning owners can’t use their phones as keys until ‘late summer’

Ford has started delivering its electric pickup truck to customers, but the company will reportedly be adding its Phone as a Key feature via a...

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TikTok users can now credit specific videos to make sure viral creators get their due

TikTok is giving users a new option to tag specific videos when uploading content. The company says it wants to foster a ‘culture of credit’ by...

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Netflix has been screening new shows and movies among subscribers before their release

Netflix has been showing movies and TV shows ahead of their public release to small groups of subscribers in the US, according to a report from...

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Cycle-tracking apps stand behind their privacy policies as Roe teeters

The leaked Supreme Court opinion indicating that the court will overturn Roe v. Wade raised concerns that data from period tracking apps could be...

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Twitter re-suspends two right-wing accounts trying to evade their bans

Twitter has re-banned MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and Dr. Vladimir "Zev" Zelenko, a pair of conservative influencers who were previously...

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Leftist gimmick accounts want their tweets to influence politics, too

Libs of TikTok is just one example of an anonymous account on Twitter posting crowdsourced political content. Left-wing accounts, like Accidentally...

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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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Amazon will let merchants sell goods with Prime benefits on their own sites

Amazon will let merchants offer Prime benefits like free shipping on their own websites. The Buy With Prime initiative boosts the value of Prime to...

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Insteon’s troubles are a smart home tale as old as time

Smart home companies Insteon and iHome turned off their cloud servers, leaving their apps and services broken. What does this mean for the future of...

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Pixel 6 owners say their phones are automatically rejecting some incoming calls

Multiple Google Pixel owners have reported their phones will list incoming calls as "declined," without ringing or notifying them. The...

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PC market on the decline as Chromebook sales slide from their pandemic peak

PC sales took a dip in the first quarter of 2022, with Garner reporting a decline of 7.7 percent year over year. Gartner reports 77.5 million total...

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WarnerMedia and Discovery have completed their mega-streaming merger

The parents of HBO Max and Discovery Plus have officially completed their merger, allowing WarnerMedia and Discovery to build what the companies have...

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GM and Honda expanding their partnership to develop ‘millions’ of affordable EVs in 2027

GM and Honda are working together to develop "millions" of affordable electric vehicles, including crossover SUVs, in 2027. General Motors...

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Apple’s AirPods are currently matching their lowest prices ever at Amazon and Walmart

Amazon is currently serving up some great deals today on Apple’s AirPods lineup and offering a free game when you buy two of equal or greater...

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Amazon and Roku extend their streaming deal without any extra drama

In past years, Roku has had public fights with owners of Peacock, YouTube TV, and HBO Max over streaming rights. However, it just extended its deal...

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Apple finally lets ‘reader’ apps like Kindle, Netflix, and Spotify link to their own sites

Apple will now let developers of "reader apps" like Netflix, Spotify, and Kindle link out to their websites, so users will be able to make...

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Go read former Tesla employees’ experiences with racism in their own words

The LA Times has an excellent piece where three former Tesla employees were interviewed about their experiences with racism, discrimination, and...

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Google will test letting Android developers use their own billing systems, starting with Spotify

Google is introducing a pilot to let "a small number of participating developers" offer a payment system in addition to Google Play’s....

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Instagram now lets all users tag products in their posts

Instagram is opening its product tagging feature to all users in the US. Previously, the platform only let creators and business accounts tag...

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