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Sonos says customers who received extra, unordered devices as a result of a recent software glitch don’t need to return the extra speakers. "Sonos does not require the return of extra equipment" a spokesperson said. Sonos has confirmed that customers who received extra, unordered devices as a result of a recent software glitch don’t need to return the speakers. “Sonos does not require the return of extra equipment and respects the decision of each impacted

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The Kraken crypto exchange is hiring — as long as employees don’t call things racist

The CEO of cryptocurrency exchange Kraken has announced that the company is hiring more than 500 roles but simultaneously published a document on company culture that discouraged employees from calling out racism, transphobia, or hateful speech. With the price of Bitcoin, Ethereum, and almost every other cryptocurrency tumbling dramatically, major crypto companies like Coinbase and Crypto.com have laid off hundreds of workers in the past few days alone. But one company is on a hiring spree

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The Callisto Protocol’s director on his return to horror: ‘I don’t know what too scary is’

During Summer Game Fest, The Callisto Protocol director Glen Schofield talks about his new sci-fi horror game and how the genre has changed since the original Dead Space. When Glen Schofield left Call of Duty developer Sledgehammer Games back in 2018, he needed a break. The game designer, best known as the creator of the seminal sci-fi horror series Dead Space, decided to head out to the desert in Arizona for a

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Don’t wait to install the June Windows update — it fixes a major security bug

Microsoft has issued a patch for a security flaw known as Follina that Chinese hackers have already exploited. The flaw affects all devices with Windows 7 and up. Microsoft has patched a Windows vulnerability that hackers are actively exploiting. If you own a system that uses Windows 7 and up, you’ll want to update your computer as soon as possible (via Bleeping Computer). The security flaw, called Follina

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Scientists grow cells on a robot skeleton (but don’t know what to do with them yet)

Scientist have grown human cells on a robot skeleton, hoping that by moving the skeleton they can better approximate the cells’ natural growing environment. The cells certainly grew, but it’s not clear yet if they would be any better for medical treatments. The science of tissue engineering — or growing human cells for use in medicine — is very much in its infancy, with only the simplest lab-grown cells able to be used in experimental treatments today. But researchers say a new method of tissue

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The stunts don’t stop in Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning’s first trailer

Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning from director Christopher McQuarrie — out July 14th, 2023 — brings Ethan Hunt and Eugene Kittridge face to face in its first trailer. After leaking online over the weekend, Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One’s first trailer has unexpectedly arrived in a blaze of hype and death-defying stunt work. Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt is a man on the run in Mission: Impossible

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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 previously covered only smart TV apps but now applies to YouTube on desktop and mobile, too. Sometimes it’s a little too obvious when a company is launching a big advertising campaign on YouTube. If you’re a regular viewer, you may end up seeing the same ads over and over again. This week, though, YouTube announced that it’s expanding

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The videos that don’t work on YouTube and the future of the creator business with Nebula CEO Dave Wiskus

The economics of running a creator-owned streaming service that’s an alternative to the YouTube algorithm, negotiating brand deals, and partnering with Curiosity Stream. One of our recurring jokes at The Verge is that every YouTuber eventually makes a video where they talk about how mad they are at YouTube. Whether it’s demonetization or copyright strikes or just the algorithm changing, YouTubers have to contend

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Tesla is ready to take your money for its Semi truck (just don’t ask when you’ll actually get one)

Tesla has opened up reservations for its long-promised all-electric Semi truck. Buyers can secure their own Tesla Semi with a deposit of $20,000, payable over 10 days. Five years after it was announced, Tesla has opened up reservations for its all-electric Semi truck, scheduled to go into production in 2023. On the company’s website, you can make a reservation by paying $5,000 upfront, then $15,000 within 10

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Google says attackers worked with ISPs to deploy Hermit spyware on Android and iOS

Researchers at Google’s Threat Analysis Group say attackers are working with internet service providers to deploy the commercial-grade Hermit spyware on both Android and iOS devices. A sophisticated spyware campaign is getting the help of internet service providers (ISPs) to trick users into downloading malicious apps, according to research published by Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) (via TechCrunch). This corroborates

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Apple Music’s student plan is getting more expensive in the US, UK, and Canada

Apple Music is increasing the price of its subscription for students in the US, UK, and Canada. Students in the US and Canada now have to pay $5.99 / month, while subscribers in the UK will have to pay £5.99. Apple Music has raised the subscription price of its student plan in the US, UK, and Canada, as first reported by 9to5Mac (via TechCrunch). While it’s increasing the price from $4.99 to $5.99 / month in the US and Canada, student users in the UK

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