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  1. Facebook and Google have ad trackers on your streaming TV, studies find

    You just can't get away from the big ad tech companies, it seems.

  2. World’s most destructive botnet returns with stolen passwords and email in tow

    Noticing an uptick in spam from people you know? You can probably blame Emotet.

  3. In India, you don’t need a Google phone to have a Google Assistant

    A new toll-free Google Assistant service in India can be accessed from any phone.

  4. Comcast promised not to raise prices—guess what happened next

    Comcast accused of reneging on "lifetime" price promise in Google Fiber city.

  5. Forget the marshmallow test; this could be the real secret to kids’ future success

    It could be possible to ID at-risk children based on a single teacher's assessment.

  6. Dealmaster: A bunch of Amazon devices are on sale for Prime members today

    Plus deals on Logitech accessories, Apple Watch and iPad pre-orders, and more.

  7. Apple launches iOS 13, watchOS 6, and Apple Arcade

    iPadOS, macOS, and tvOS releases are still on the way, though.

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  1. Nintendo Switch Lite is the best portable system Nintendo has ever made

    Review: Comfort tweaks, new d-pad propel a cheaper way into a great portable library.

  2. Arcimoto begins customer deliveries of its fun little electric trike

    The Oregon-based startup has more than 4,000 preorders to work through.

  3. Tesla Model 3 wins top safety rating after acing crash tests

    Insurance industry group rates Model 3 one of the safest cars.

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  1. Iowa officials claim confusion over scope led to arrest of pen-testers

    Rules of engagement covered courthouse and authorized lock picking.

  2. Roku updates $29 Express and $99 Ultra players, adds new discovery tools to OS

    New shortcut buttons and Roku Zones make it easier to find and access content.

  3. Zelda: Link’s Awakening review: This beach adventure looks 2019, feels 1993

    No Nintendo remake has ever combined the beautiful and the familiar like this.

  4. Some NASA contractors appear to be trying to kill the Lunar Gateway

    "I am concerned that the decisions are not being driven by what is most efficient."

  5. AT&T considers getting rid of DirecTV as TV business tanks, WSJ reports

    AT&T reportedly considers spinoff of DirecTV or combination with Dish.

  6. 50% of US homes still won’t have fiber broadband by 2025, study says

    A cool $70 billion could help get the US to 90% fiber coverage, study says.

  1. More evidence points to Iranian cruise missiles, drones in attack on Saudi oilfield

    Cruise missile parts, UAV wreckage indicate attack was at least backed by Iran.

  2. Who needs qubits? Factoring algorithm run on a probabilistic computer

    It shares some features with quantum annealers, but it's easier to build and operate.

  3. Advanced hackers are infecting IT providers in hopes of hitting their customers

    Previously undocumented Tortoiseshell is skilled but by no means perfect.

  4. Viking berserkers may have used henbane to induce trance-like state

    Ethnobotanist argues the plant is a better fit than hallucinogenic mushrooms.

  5. Facebook plans launch of its own “Supreme Court” for handling takedown appeals

    Surely this initiative will create meaningful change...

  6. RF Chirp tech: Long distance, incredible penetration, low bandwidth

    Spread-spectrum RF chirps are low-bandwidth—but they go farther than you'd think.