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The UK’s extreme heatwave would have been ‘virtually impossible’ without climate change

The brutal heatwave in the UK in July was supercharged by climate change, new research finds. The study shows that rising global temperatures made...

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SpaceX says Dish’s 5G plan would be ‘detrimental’ to millions of Starlink users

SpaceX is continuing its battle against Dish and RS Access, stressing that if the 12GHz band is opened up to 5G, it could be "detrimental"...

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Democrats prepare bill that would codify net neutrality

Congressional Democrats are preparing to relaunch their fight to restore net neutrality. Lawmakers are expected to introduce a new bill codifying the...

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Evo’s general manager is making an event that he would want to go to

Evo, the shorthand name for the prestigious Evolution Championship Series fighting game tournament, takes place August 5th through the 7th at the...

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New EU rules would require chat apps to scan private messages for child abuse

The EU has proposed new legislation that would require chat apps like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger to selectively scan the private conversations...

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New EU rules would require chat apps to scan private messages for child abuse

The EU has proposed new legislation that would require chat apps like WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger to selectively scan the private conversations...

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Elon Musk: ‘I guess I would’ reverse Donald Trump’s Twitter ban

Elon Musk said that he doesn’t own Twitter yet, so it’s not for sure, but that if he owns the company, "I guess I would" lift its...

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Samsung getting rid of the rotating bezel would be a stupid, stupid, stupid idea

A new Galaxy Watch 5 rumor says that Samsung may jettison the Classic model — and potentially the popular physical rotating bezel. Doing so would...

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The former CEO of Reddit would like you all to stop bickering online

Yishan Wong thinks Elon Musk is in for "a world of pain" if he succeeds at buying Twitter. That’s because it’s hard to keep online...

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What would you do with this cool DIY haptic knob?

Engineer Scott Bezek posted a video showing off a DIY smart knob, the SmartKnob View, which uses haptic feedback and motors to emulate several types...

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How switching to EVs would improve health in the US

A new report by the American Lung Association counts up the health benefits a transition from fossil fuels to clean energy and electric vehicles...

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A new bill would launch a large-scale test of digital dollars

US Congressional Rep. Stephen Lynch (D-MA) proposed a bill called the ECASH Act that would direct the Department of the Treasury to launch an...

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NASA would get $26 billion in new budget request

President Joe Biden released his administration’s budget request for 2023, which proposes giving $26 billion to NASA, as well as $7.5 billion for...

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Apple would be forced to allow sideloading and third-party app stores under new EU law

Apple would be forced to allow third-party app stores and the sideloading of apps on the iPhone under EU legislation announced this week. The Digital...

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The Steam Deck’s FSR vividly shows why a Nintendo Switch Pro would rule

Valve’s Steam Deck proves that a Nintendo Switch with DLSS upscaling could be a real boon to gamers and developers who want more resolution or...

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FCC proposal would help combat ‘ringless voicemail’ robocalls

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel’s proposal is intended to prevent ringless voicemail robocalls from landing in your inbox. Rosenworcel says...

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Microsoft’s Activision acquisition would instantly make it a force in mobile gaming

Microsoft’s planned Activision Blizzard means that the company will instantly become a force in mobile gaming, potentially bringing franchises like...

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Cortana would be named Bingo if Steve Ballmer had his way

A new interview with a former Microsoft project manager has revealed a fun detail about the Cortana assistant’s name: it was almost Bingo, a name...

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New Biden plan would give e-bike buyers up to $1,500 in tax credits

A 30 percent tax credit for new e-bike purchases made it into the White House’s Build Back Better legislation, as the $1.75 trillion budget deal...

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Lawmakers want to strip legal protections from the Facebook News Feed

US Reps. Anna Eshoo (D-CA), Frank Pallone Jr. (D-NJ), Mike Doyle (D-PA), and Jan Schakowsky (D-IL) introduced the "Justice Against Malicious...

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The Surface Laptop Studio isn’t as original as Microsoft would have you believe

The Surface Laptop Studio is supposed to be the sequel to the detachable Surface Book 3 — but it’s a less innovative laptop, and the end of a...

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Proposed federal standard would require cars to ‘prevent or limit operation’ by impaired drivers

A provision in Congress’ bipartisan infrastructure deal would mandate new in-car technology to limit or prevent operation if driver impairment is...

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Louis Vuitton’s $2,890 light-up speaker looks like something Thanos would steal

Louis Vuitton’s new Horizon speaker is a light-up UFO-shaped Bluetooth speaker inspired by its Toupie handbags, but the space-age device looks...

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Senate bill would make it easier to cancel a subscription online after a free trial

A bipartisan group of Senators introduced a bill Wednesday that would make it easier for people to cancel online subscriptions after a free trial...

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Jack Dorsey would rather give you a bitcoin wallet than Twitter features worth paying for

Twitter Blue doesn’t have many features users want like an ad-free timeline or better anti-harassment tools. Jack Dorsey would prefer to talk about...

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Amazon did the math and would actually prefer getting sued

Amazon has recently removed the arbitration requirement from its terms of service, instead letting consumers sue it in court. This comes after a mass...

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Twitter may be working on Twitter Blue, a subscription service that would cost $2.99 per month

Twitter has previously confirmed it’s looking into a premium subscription model, but hasn’t provided much detail. New research by Jane Manchun...

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The PRO Act would reshape the tech industry — will it get the chance?

If the bill passes the Senate, it would have major implications for tech unions at Google and Amazon. Experts say it’s the most significant piece...

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