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Bose puts crowdfunded ‘sleepbuds’ on sale for $250

Last year, Bose took to Indiegogo to gauge people's interest on an experimental device: a pair of noise-masking wireless earbuds designed to help you sleep. That experiment was a success, and the "sleepbuds" sold out within six days on the crowdfundi...

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The Morning After: ‘SSB Ultimate,’ and a real all-screen phone

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. The E3 show floor has opened, and the event is in full swing.

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‘Fallout Shelter’ is coming to the PS4 and Nintendo Switch

In addition to blowing the crowd's collective mind with its "Fallout 76" news, Bethesda also had some news for the franchise's more casual fans. The company announced that Fallout Shelter is now available on both the Playstation 4 and the Nintendo Sw...

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‘Stranger Things’ novel will tell the story of Eleven’s mother

Stranger Things is getting a prequel, but not one you'll be able to stream on Netflix. Instead, a novel is scheduled to be released next spring that will center on Eleven's mother Terry and the MKUltra program, Deadline reports.

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Google’s Lens AI camera is now a standalone app

Google has made good on its promise to release a standalone Lens app in the Play Store.

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Recommended Reading: An NBA exec and some mysterious Twitter accounts

The curious case of Bryan Colangelo and the secret Twitter account Ben Detrick, The Ringer Even though he won't admit it, one of the NBA's biggest stars, Kevin Durant, almost certainly used a burner Twitter account to clap back at the haters. That...

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It’s the perfect time to give ‘Pokémon Go’ another chance

I loved the idea of Pokémon Go when it launched in the summer of 2016. Like so many others, though, I eventually deleted the app due to numerous bugs and the toll it was taking on my smartphone's battery.

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Facebook admits it was late on fake news

At the Code Conference today, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and CTO Mike Schroepfer faced questions on all of the issues that has plagued the company lately, like the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and the influx of fake news and hate speech.

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Leaked Facebook documents show its shifting hate speech policies

Over the last year or so, Facebook's public statements have reflected the ongoing process of its moderation policies, both when it comes to election fraud and the even pricklier issue of hate speech. Now, beyond its publicly available Community Stand...

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Another T-Mobile bug gave anyone access to your sensitive info

A security researcher recently discovered a bug on T-Mobile's website that allowed anyone to access subscribers' personal details. Those include users' full names, addresses and, in some cases, even their tax details and the PIN they nominated for cu...

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