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Tesla’s latest zero-emissions ride is a $1,500 surfboard

Good news: you won't have to wait until 2020 to try a new Tesla-branded ride. However, you may want to learn how to hang ten first. Tesla has quietly introduced a limited-run (just 200 units) surfboard that matches the company's vehicle aesthetic t...

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Google may be working on a way to run Windows 10 on a Pixel

Google's Pixelbook is a high-end laptop that runs Chrome OS. If you're looking to do more with the hardware, like run Windows apps, you may soon be in luck.

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Regulators want drones to have visible ‘license plates’

When you register a drone with the FAA, you'll get a government-issued ID number you can put as a note inside the battery compartment or any other internal part of the machine.

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Google’s expanded search snippets display even more related info

There are many times where you're not just searching the web for one thing -- you may want to learn everything there is to know about a movie, or look for other players on a sports team. Google wants to address that.

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Skype disappears from China’s app stores

If you hope to download Skype to keep in touch while you're in China, you may be in for a rude surprise. Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi and other companies have been removing Microsoft's internet calling software from their app stores in recent weeks in resp...

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What’s on TV: ‘WNBA Finals,’ ‘Suburra’ and ‘Episodes’

Just as the NBA preseason gets rolling, the WNBA finals will conclude with a game five winner-take-all match between the LA Sparks and Minnesota Lynx on Wednesday night. MLB playoffs are also just getting started, but in between games you may want to...

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The Morning After: Monday, August 14th 2017

It's Monday morning! Over the weekend you may have missed more HBO hacker leaks, and how you can now get Google's Pixel phone's camera tricks on other smartphones.

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EFF rates how companies stand up to government data requests

If you're wondering which tech company will protect you in the face of a government request, you may want to check this out. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has released this year's "Who Has Your Back" report, which grades tech giants and some sma...

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Gaming smartphones are still a thing in China

If you've been searching for a crossover between a smartphone and a PS Vita, look no further.

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DirecTV plans to air 25 MLB games in 4K

If you're looking for more 4K sports to justify your shiny new TV, you may be in luck. DirecTV is gearing up for its second season of broadcasting MLB games in 4K, and this year you'll have a fairly wide range of games to watch in exceptional. You...

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