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  1. Judge: Amazon “cannot claim shock” that bathroom spycams were used as advertised

    A West Virginia judge largely denied Amazon's motion to dismiss lawsuit.

  2. Streaming apps are trying to bundle their way out of customer disenchantment

    Reliably good prices, libraries, and features would impress customers more.

  3. Gmail’s AI-powered spam detection is its biggest security upgrade in years

    Gmail's spam filters can now understand "adversarial text manipulations."

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  1. Two Titans team up to defeat a new foe in Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire trailer

    "This world has more secrets than we could possibly imagine."

  2. What happens in Vega didn’t stay in Vega, as key rocket parts went missing

    There's a valuable payload riding on the final Vega rocket launch.

  3. IBM releases 1,000+ qubit processor, roadmap to error correction

    Company now expects useful error-corrected qubits by the end of the decade.

  4. Automakers’ data privacy practices “are unacceptable,” says US senator

    OEMs collect too much personal data and share it too freely, says Senator Markey.

  5. Why don’t EVs have standard diagnostic ports—and when will that change?

    OBD-II was implemented to monitor emissions, but EVs don't have tailpipes.

  6. Spotify to lay off 17% of workforce

    CEO Daniel Ek says the company's costs remain too high.

  7. The surprisingly robust careers of Star Trek stars who became video game voice actors

    Yes, that really is Quark's voice you're hearing.

  8. Tensions rise between Targaryens in first teaser for House of the Dragon S2

    "There is no war so hateful to the gods as a war between kin."

  9. No further investments in Virgin Galactic, says Richard Branson

    Branson's business empire "no longer has the deepest pockets."

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  1. New algorithm finds lots of gene-editing enzymes in environmental DNA

    Some are related to DNA-cutting enzymes. Others are a complete mystery.

  2. Porsche summons old-school cool with the 2024 911 Sport Classic

    The limited-production model focuses on driver involvement, not performance stats.

  3. Roar of cicadas was so loud, it was picked up by fiber-optic cables

    Brood X made itself known in a way that could change how we monitor insect populations.

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  1. Chrome’s next weapon in the War on Ad Blockers: Slower extension updates

    When ad blocking is a cat-and-mouse game, make the mouse slower.

  2. A bitter pill: Amazon calls on rival SpaceX to launch Internet satellites

    Jeff Bezos' rivalry with Elon Musk takes a back seat to Amazon's launch dilemma.

  3. Reminder: Donate to win swag in our annual Charity Drive sweepstakes

    Add to a charity haul that's already raised over $8,500 in less than a week.

  4. 25M homes will lose broadband discounts if Congress keeps stalling, FCC warns

    Funding calls get increasingly urgent as program would run out of money in April.

  5. 1960s chatbot ELIZA beat OpenAI’s GPT-3.5 in a recent Turing test study

    AI chatbot deception paper suggests that some bots (and people) aren't very persuasive.

  6. Broadcom cuts at least 2,800 VMware jobs following $69 billion acquisition

    Broadcom hasn't said how many people will be affected, or much of anything else.

  1. The Universe in a lab: Testing alternate cosmology using a cloud of atoms

    We can't experiment with the Universe, but we can make something that works like it.

  2. Neptune-sized exoplanet is too big for its host star

    Stars this small shouldn't make planets this big.

  3. What a lovely day: Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga trailer is so shiny and chrome

    Chris Hemsworth rocking his Aussie accent as a demented biker-gang warlord? Yes, please!

  4. X advertisers stay away as CEO defends Musk’s “go f*** yourself” interview

    "Elon's interview was candid and profound," Yaccarino writes in memo to staff.

  5. Automakers must build cheaper, smaller EVs to spur adoption, report says

    16.5% of new car sales are compact crossovers, but only 6% of those are EVs.

  6. Hyundai and Kia completely rethink the EV drive unit with Uni Wheel idea

    It moves the reduction gear and CV joint to the wheel hub.

  7. Severe outbreak tied to cantaloupe sickens 117 in 34 states; half hospitalized

    Back away from your cantaloupe if you don't know the brand, the CDC warns.