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Fortnite’s map is being infested with hordes of monsters

Fortnite’s map is being infested with hordes of monsters

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Trump’s gender policy is both cruel and scientifically bankrupt

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The Trump administration’s newly proposed interpretation of Title IX, which would effectively cut transgender people out of existence in federal policy, is a fundamental perversion of science, medicine, and culture. Despite the language used in the memo, it is neither “grounded in science” nor “objective.” It is an ideologically extreme position that isn’t supported by […]

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Scooter companies are moving fast and breaking people, but they say they’re not to blame

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As I bike to an Oakland town hall meeting about scooters on Monday, I see two young men riding electric scooters. They both look to be about 15 and neither are wearing helmets. One is with me, on the street. The other is on the sidewalk. We all ride beside each other — though I […]

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Leica’s new M10-D is a digital camera with an analog soul

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Leica is announcing yet another variant of the M10 today, the new M10-D. The M10-D is a lot like the M10-P released this summer, with a flat black finish, quiet shutter, and 24-megapixel full-frame sensor. But where the M10-P added a touch controls to the original M10’s LCD from 2017, the M10-D removes the screen […]

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HighPoint Releases the SSD7102: A Bootable Quad M.2 PCIe x16 NVMe SSD RAID Card

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In the upper echelons of commercial workhouses, having access to copius amounts of local NVMe storage is more of a requirement than ‘something nice to have’. We’ve seen solutions in this space include custom FPGAs to software breakout boxes, and more recently a number of the motherboard vendors have provided PCIe x16 Quad M.2 cards […]

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Huawei Mate 20 Pro review: the best America can’t get

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Huge battery, slick design, and a superb processor, constrained by bad software and international relations Continue reading…

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Google is making it easier to wipe out your search history

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Google stores a record of everything you search for on Google.com if you’re logged into your Google Account. You can clear your local browser history, but that won’t clear what’s stored on Google’s servers. While you’ve been able to dig into the Google Account page and find an activity stream of search history, Google is […]

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Samsung says it’s working on foldable laptop displays

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Samsung is expected to unveil its foldable smartphone concept next month, but the company is also working towards bigger devices with foldable displays. “Like foldable smartphones, Samsung is collaborating with display makers to develop laptops with foldable displays that will not just simply fold in and out but create new value and user experience, amid […]

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America’s cyberwar plans for Russia might be leaning too hard on direct messages

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One of Facebook’s key talking points over the past year, as it faces more pressure to act in the face foreign interference in elections, is that it can’t do the job alone. The government is best positioned to fight foreign threats, it has argued. And for various reasons, many of which are political, the government […]

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Tim Cooks warns of ‘data-industrial complex’ in call for comprehensive US privacy laws

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Apple CEO Tim Cook has called for new digital privacy laws in the United States, warning that the collection of huge amounts of personal data by companies is harming society. Speaking at a privacy conference in Brussels, Cook gave an impassioned and forceful speech. He reiterated familiar talking points, like Apple’s commitment to privacy (and, […]

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