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HTC’s November event reportedly won’t be for the U11 Plus

Published on Neowin. If you were hoping that HTC would reveal its beastly U11 Plus at its November event in Taipei, prepare to have your hopes dashed. It is now being reported that the event will be for the U11 […]

Windows 10 now includes anti-cheat protection for games

Published on Engadget. Windows 10's Fall Creators Update is full of changes, but one of the understated additions could make a big difference if you're a gamer. Microsoft has switched on its previously teased TruePlay feature, which promises to protect […]

The Nokia 2 is now available for pre-order in the U.S. for $99

Published on Neowin. It looks like another Nokia handset could be entering the United States market. The Nokia 2 has been spotted on a popular retailer’s website with a price of $99 and can now be pre-ordered. Read more…

Five-minute allergy test passes the FDA’s scrutiny

Published on Engadget. A few years ago, researchers from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) started developing what they eventually dubbed the "world's most rapid" allergy test. Now, that test has received the FDA's approval and will […]

Google Pixel 2 can show battery life of connected Bluetooth headphones

Published on Neowin. With more time being spent with Google’s latest handsets, the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, more details are being revealed. Apparently, Bluetooth headphones can report battery life to the devices. Read more…

Study says body cameras don’t always change police behavior

Published on Engadget. In theory, body cameras are supposed to not only catch police abuses of power, but deter them: officers will be on their best behavior knowing that they could be hauled in. As Washington, DC researchers have learned, […]

List of backward compatible original Xbox games leaks

Published on Neowin. Twitter user and Microsoft leakster WalkingCat is at it again, leaking a list of games that were made for the original Xbox and are slated for the Xbox One Backward Compatibility Program. Read more…

What we’re watching: ‘Raw’ and ‘Feast of Fiction’

Published on Engadget. Welcome back to Video IRL, where several of our editors talk about what they've been watching in their spare time. This month we're kicking things off with some seasonally-appropriate horror fare, that you can catch right away […]

You can purchase the Nokia 3310 in the U.S. on October 29 for $59.99

Published on Neowin. It has been quite some time since the initial launch of the Nokia 3310. After several months, the 3G version is making its way to the United States and will be available to purchase on October 29. […]

LG’s OLED TVs now pack loss-free 3D audio

Published on Engadget. There's a dirty secret to listening to Dolby Atmos sound on LG's current OLED TVs: all the audio is compressed, so you're losing a little fidelity for the sake of immersive 3D sound. You won't have to […]

Microsoft teases its Xbox One X "Feel True Power" campaign

Published on Neowin. After a long wait, the Xbox One X is almost arriving to retail. In order to give it a proper welcome, Microsoft is set to reveal its “Feel True Power” campaign that will start tomorrow at 4pm […]

My time at the White House convinced me of the urgency of reforming surveillance

Published on The Next Web. Around the time Edward Snowden began working for as a computer specialist for the intelligence community in 2006, I decided to leave my job as a lawyer for the American Civil Liberties Union to go […]

OmniHub tries to fix the MacBook Pro’s port shortage with magnets and modules

Published on TechCrunch.  My five-year-old MacBook Pro finally gave up the ghost. After traveling the world and surviving several CESes, it was time to finally lay the thing to rest. I had some misgivings about replacing the old workhorse with […]

Nokia 2 gets regulatory approval in Russia, could launch soon

Published on Neowin. Yet another Nokia smartphone from HMD Global could be launching soon in the form of the Nokia 2, as it was recently certified by the Russian regulatory authority for sale in the country. Read more…

New York City ordered to share code for DNA evidence software

Published on Engadget. Many attempts to open up access to software in the justice system have fallen flat. Advocates in New York, however, have just scored a significant victory. A federal judge has publicly unsealed the source code for DNA […]

NASA is extending Dawn’s mission over Ceres for a second time

Published on The Verge – All Posts. In June 2016, the Dawn spacecraft reached the end of its primary mission over Ceres. Since then, the spacecraft has remained in orbit around the dwarf planet, where it has continued to monitor […]

MP3 Stream Rippers Are Not Illegal Sites, EFF Tells US Government

Published on TorrentFreak. Free music is easy to find nowadays. Just head over to YouTube and you can find millions of tracks including many of the most recent releases. While some artists happily share their work, the major record labels […]

Where, when, and how to watch this weekend’s meteor shower created by Halley’s Comet

Published on SAI. Following is a transcript of the video. The Orionid meteor shower is happening this weekend. It produces some of the brightest meteors all year. The most meteors will fall between Oct. 20-22. Expect to see between 10-30 […]

Twitter explains why it takes time to roll out new safety rules

Published on Engadget. Twitter has been trying to stamp out harassment, violence and abuse on its platform for years, but it's nowhere near achieving that goal. Since its administrators regularly get a lot of flak for not moving fast enough […]

Soonish: Zach and Kelly Weinersmith on 10 technologies that will change everything

Published on The Verge – All Posts. We hear a lot of promises about the future. But what’s truly on its way, and what’s going to remain a pipe dream for a few decades yet? That’s the question that Zach […]

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