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  • The biggest news from Samsung's Galaxy S10 event
    Samsung's 2019 Galaxy Unpacked event was… well, packed. Excuse the cheeky wordplay, but the company introduced four variants of the Galaxy S10 smartphone today. And that's not even to mention the wild, aspirational and incredibly expensive Galaxy F…
  • Russia will fly two space tourists to the ISS in late 2021
    Russia has flown just seven tourists to space since 2001, but it's about to expand that number in the near future. The country's space agency, Roscosmos, has signed a deal with Space Adventures to carry two "spaceflight participants" (read: tourists)…
  • Twitter's improved conversations are now in public beta
    During CES last month, we had an early look at Twitter's plans to change how it displays replies as part of its drive to improve conversations and make them easier to follow. As of today, you can apply to join Twitter's "conversations prototype testi…
  • MLB cracks down on high-tech sign stealing
    Major League Baseball (MLB) has a sign stealing problem and it believes cameras and technology are to blame. According to Sports Illustrated, the league is banning all cameras that aren't used for broadcasting and cracking down on in-stadium video us…

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  • Amazon has one more season of 'The Man in the High Castle'
    Transparent isn't the only long-running Amazon show winding down in 2019. Amazon has confirmed that the fourth and final season of The Man in the High Castle will reach Prime Video sometime in the fall. While internet giant isn't much more specific b…
  • More hockey highlights are coming to Snapchat
    There's about to be a lot more hockey on Snapchat. The National Hockey League (NHL) has agreed to a new multi-year partnership that will bring more content to Snpachat that hardcore and casual hockey fans want to see. The league will produce curated…
  • FDA: Infusing yourself with young blood is pointless, dangerous
    The US Food and Drug Administration has stepped in to officially warn consumers against buying young blood in an attempt to improve their health. Yes, enough people thought it would be a good idea to infuse young blood — an actual plot from The Simp…
  • House committee hopes to question Facebook over group privacy
    Facebook is facing even more government scrutiny this week. Members of the House of Representatives' Energy and Commerce Committee have asked to meet Facebook over concerns about group privacy. They're responding to an FTC complaint alleging that the…

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  • Amazon's new movie strategy includes 30 releases per year
    Now that Amazon's Studios head Jennifer Salke has had some time to settle in, the company is about to shake up its movie strategy — and you'll definitely notice the difference. Salke told Hollywood Reporter in an interview that Amazon is aiming to…
  • Amazon's Echo Wall Clock is back on sale after connectivity fix
    A few weeks after being pulled because of connectivity issues, Amazon's Echo Wall Clock is once again available. The clock can once again be purchased for $29.99 from Amazon. A spokesperson for Amazon confirmed the availability of the clock to Engadg…
  • Audi helps you avoid red lights by suggesting speeds
    Audi's cars already tell you how long a red light will last, but now they'll help you avoid those red lights in the first place. It's launching the first implementation of the Green Light Optimization Speed Advisory (GLOSA), a system that provides sp…
  • The superfans behind the Instant Pot hype
    It's beef night at Instant Pot superfan Susan Fox's house.

    Earlier today she loaded five pounds of chuck, beef broth and spices into one of her six-quart Canadian pressure cookers and pushed a few buttons so that shredded beef would be ready when sh…

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