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  1. Rockstar Games Launcher: We install it on Windows so you don’t have to [Updated]

    How badly do you want another PC games launcher?

  2. Lawsuit: AT&T signed customers up for DirecTV Now without their knowledge

    AT&T faces investor lawsuit as TV business continues freefall.

  3. Google Fi gets a cheaper “unlimited” plan, bundled cloud storage

    With the cloud storage, you'll save about $12 over the old Fi unlimited plan.

  4. Video: DOD pulls plug on Boeing/Raytheon missile interceptor program

    DOD takes its search for a multi-target interceptor into recompete.

  5. This is what it’s like driving a Bugatti Chiron at 305mph

    We caught up with Bugatti's Le Mans-winning test driver at the Frankfurt auto show.

  6. Richard Stallman leaves MIT after controversial remarks on rape

    Free software pioneer has history of controversial comments about underage sex.

  7. NBC Peacock is Comcast’s dive into the crazy streaming-video fray

    Exclusive series, classic TV reboots, and Saved by the Bell with a possible new Zack.

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  1. Aquaculture may be the future of seafood, but its past is ancient

    A study suggests that people in ancient China started farming carp around 6200 BCE.

  2. Oh, frak: There’s another Battlestar Galactica reboot coming

    All of this has happened before, and all of this will happen again...

  3. Splitting water to make cement could clean up a dirty industry

    Cement production is about 8% of CO2 emissions.

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  1. The worst US cyclone this year may be a weak tropical storm [Updated]

    The Houston metro area falls into the highest risk category.

  2. Instigator of fatal Kansas swatting receives prison sentence

    Viner arranged the swatting after losing a reported $1.50 bet.

  3. Missiles and drones that hit Saudi oil fields: Made in Iran, but fired by whom?

    Evidence shows Iran supplied cruise missiles, "loitering munitions" used previously.

  4. Audible fires back at book publishers, says captions are fair use

    "Audible Captions is not a book of any kind," Audible writes in court filing.

  5. Google’s next flagship smartphone launches October 15

    We'll see the Pixel 4 and probably a bunch of other Google hardware.

  6. Password-exposing bug purged from LastPass extensions

    Google Project Zero finds and reports flaw in widely used password manager.

  1. Knives made of frozen feces don’t make the cut, disproving well-known legend

    The knives simply melted upon contact, leaving behind streaks of melted poop.

  2. WSJ: Amazon changed search results to boost profits despite internal dissent

    Amazon denies report; WSJ says algorithm uses factors associated with profitability.

  3. Spouse of Ring exec among lawmakers trying to weaken Calif. privacy law

    The assemblywoman said her husband's job has nothing whatsoever to do with it.

  4. Disney CEO Bob Iger resigns from his Apple board seat

    The news came in an SEC filing on Friday.

  5. It’s real and it’s spectacular: Netflix buys exclusive rights to stream Seinfeld

    5-year "global" deal begins in 2021; lands as services battle over classic series.

  6. Dear Honda, this adorable electric car needs to come to the US

    This battery-electric hatchback was the best thing at the Frankfurt auto show.