Tag Archives: internet

Vehicles in Fortnite? The shopping cart and jetpack tease

Fortnite is basking in the spotlight, every week seemingly bringing a new tease, promise, or item. We’ve seen a huge variety of limited and temporary items in Fortnite: the snowball launcher, Thanos, and more

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2019 Nissan 370Z family starts at $29,990

Nissan has announced pricing and features of the 2019 370Z family that includes the coupe, NISMO, and Roadster. The base 370Z coupe starts at $29,990, the Roadster starts at $41,820, and the NISMO at $45,690.

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Google app bug shows your SMS history, Internet goes crazy

Developers, especially game developers, are known for hiding unrelated, surprising, and often useless features or pieces of code known as “Easter Eggs”.

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Netflix releases a trailer for ‘The Magic Order’ comic book

If you still can't wrap your head around the fact that Netflix is publishing a comic book, maybe this trailer can help. The streaming giant has released an animated trailer for The Magic Order by Mark Millar's comic book empire, which Netflix snapped...

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Hulu’s live TV service surpasses 800,000 subscribers

During an interview with CNBC today, Hulu CEO Randy Freer said that the company's live TV service had surpassed 800,000 subscribers, with April being the best month yet for gaining new customers. The live service launched just over a year ago and in...

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Snapchat CEO throws shade at Facebook’s poor data practices

Snapchat has had a rough time lately, as it faces criticism about its redesign, its slowing user growth, and the fact that Facebook has copied its product several times over by adding Stories to almost all of its products. But CEO Evan Spiegel doesn'...

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Pandora unveils a $15-a-month unlimited family plan

The streaming business is a tough game, especially if your company isn't called Spotify or Apple Music. Mid-tier player Pandora recently announced it had signed up six million subscribers so far compared to 75 million for Spotify, but it's trying to...

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The Morning After: Dropping phones and upgrading your BBQ

Hey, good morning! The week begins, but kind of doesn't, as most of us are enjoying a three-day weekend. To celebrate, we're reporting on the best phones to drop on the floor (well, you know what I mean), BBQ upgrades for Engadget readers and amateu...

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Vermont passes first-of-its-kind law to clamp down on data brokers

Data brokers who trade your info behind the scenes will have to watch their step if they're doing business in Vermont. The state has enacted a first-of-its-kind law that both requires brokers to meet certain standards and punishes them if they fall...

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Alexa Echo Eavesdropping: What went wrong, How to stop it

Amazon’s Alexa made a boo-boo this week. In a home in Portland, Alexa heard what she thought were a set of commands – to record a conversation and send it to a contact – and she did that. Unfortunately, the people in the conversation had no idea this was happening

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