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  • Tinder's first TV show will make you swipe to advance the story
    Even Tinder might have trouble resisting the allure of creating an original show to boost its bottom line. Variety tipsters claim the dating service will release an original, six-episode video series in early October that riffs on its app's well-know…
  • 'Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot' arrives on January 17th, 2020
    When Bandai Namco said Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot was coming in early 2020, it was clearly being conservative. The action RPG is now slated to punch its way to PC, PS4 and Xbox One on January 17th. On top of that, completists should be happy — the gam…
  • Nintendo is holding an online 'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe' tournament this Sunday
    Top-tier Mario Kart 8 Deluxe players better limber up with some thumb exercises. Nintendo has announced a North American online tournament which will take place on Nintendo's Switch Online service from 1 PM to 11 PM ET on September 22nd. The top eigh…
  • LinkedIn's new quizzes can prove you're not lying on your resume
    Starting today, LinkedIn is rolling out Skills Assessment quizzes. The short, standardized tests will allow you to prove your knowledge of everything from coding languages to Photoshop and Microsoft Excel. If you score in the 70th percentile or above…

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  • US Senators ask the FCC to review licenses with China-owned telecoms
    Two US Senators want the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to review whether two Chinese state-owned telecoms should be permitted to operate in the US. In a letter to the FCC, Democratic leader Senator Chuck Schumer (D-New York) and Senator Tom…
  • Verizon could carry OnePlus phones beginning in 2020
    Verizon may soon carry OnePlus phones. According to Android Police, sources say Verizon and the Chinese manufacturer signed a deal and that the phones could arrive in 2020. It's unclear which model (or models) that would include, but PhoneArena claim…
  • Pokémon’s New York-inspired monsters join 'Pokémon Go' today
    Starting today, September 16th, Pokémon Go players can begin collecting Pokémon from the series' fifth generation of games. As with any of the other Pokémon you could collect previously, you'll be able to catch Gen 5 monsters by…
  • Alleged JPMorgan hacker set to plead guilty
    Andrei Tyurin, one of the key suspects in the huge JPMorgan Chase hack in 2014, is set to plead guilty, according to a court filing obtained by Bloomberg. The Russian reportedly struck a deal with federal prosecutors and will appear at a plea hearing…

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  • Central banks to question Facebook over Libra cryptocurrency
    Facebook is about to undergo further scrutiny of its Libra cryptocurrency, and it may have to answer some difficult questions. Officials speaking to the Financial Times said that Libra representatives are meeting with officials from 26 central banks…
  • Verizon will launch home 5G everywhere mobile service is available
    Verizon (Engadget's parent company) may be rolling out 5G at a pokey pace, but at least you won't have to choose which kind of 5G you get. Consumer division chief Ronan Dunne told investors that fixed 5G Home service will "in due course" be availabl…
  • Initial Creative Emmy winners include Apple, Netflix and NASA
    The Creative Arts Emmy awards are only half-finished, but it's already clear that streaming services are thriving — including a few you might not expect. Netflix came home with the most statuettes on the first night of the awards, receiving a total…
  • New York state bans sales of flavored e-cigarettes
    New York isn't waiting for the federal government to take action on teen vaping. Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced an "emergency executive action" that will ban sales of flavored e-cigarettes. The move will see the state Department of Health's Co…

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