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  • Amazon sends out toy catalog with no prices ahead of the holidays
    Amazon's holiday shopping marketing push is well underway. On Monday, it scrapped the minimum purchase amount for non-Prime customers to qualify for free shipping over the season. In another effort to get consumers to purchase their gifts from Amazon…
  • AMD launches the first 7nm GPUs, but they're not for you
    AMD is following through on its promise of releasing 7-nanometer GPUs — not that you can use one yet. The company has formally launched Radeon Instinct MI50 and MI60 cards that use the denser, more efficient chip technology to accelerate specialize…
  • Leica's Q-P is a pricey full-frame camera with subtle refinements
    Leica is keeping up its habit of releasing subtly refined P variants of its cameras, this time focusing on its full-frame street camera, the Q. The newly unveiled Q-P mostly focuses on stealth, with the signature red Leica dot going away in favor of…
  • Verizon cuts the price of its unlimited prepaid plan
    Verizon (Engadget's parent company) appears to be feeling the heat from T-Mobile's Metro relaunch. It's shaking up its prepaid plans with an emphasis on better value at the high end. The price of the unlimited plan has effectively dropped by $10 to…

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  • Volkswagen wants to use quantum computers to optimize traffic
    If you've ever had your bus show up later than scheduled, here's a welcome development for you. Volkswagen, with the help of D-Wave, has tapped the power of quantum computing to develop a traffic management system that can better process transport in…
  • The EFF’s VR experience helps users spot surveillance devices
    With surveillance technology becoming ever more ubiquitous, it would be useful to know where to look for it. At least that's the thinking behind the Electronic Frontier Foundation's Spot the Surveillance VR experience. It puts users in a virtual neig…
  • Lime puts $3 million toward promoting e-scooter safety
    E-scooter companies have faced plenty of criticism for allegedly doing too little to foster safety (not to mention basic respect for the law) among riders, and Lime appears to be tackling this issue head-on. It's launching a $3 million "Respect the…
  • Amazon may split new headquarters between two cities
    Amazon may have an unexpected solution to its location for a second headquarters: split it in two. A Wall Street Journal source says Amazon has decided to divide HQ2 "evenly" between two locations, with 25,000 jobs each. It's mainly a matter of fin…

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  • 'Fortnite' ends Halloween event with an in-game bang
    When Epic said it was going to end its Fortnitemares Halloween event in spectacular fashion with a one-time occurrence, it wasn't kidding around. If you happened to be in Fortnite at 1PM Eastern on November 4th, you saw the mysterious cube on the ma…
  • The best vacuum cleaners
    By Liam McCabe

    This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and Engadget may earn affiliate commission. Read the full vacuum cleaners guide here.

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  • YouTube might come to Nintendo Switch on November 8th
    You haven't had many options for streaming video on the Switch. There's Niconico in Japan, Hulu… and, well, that's about it. Another option might be right around the bend, however. In the wake of hints from this spring, people searching Nintendo…
  • After Math: The best kind of falling star
    Gavin McInnes and his gang of Proud Boys, newly minted stars of the Alt-Right, took their first steps back toward irrelevancy this week when they got themselves banned from Facebook. At the same time, we've had to say goodbye to a pair of space-based…

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