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  1. AT&T’s new online TV has contracts, hidden fees, big 2nd-year price hike

    Buying AT&T TV? Your price will nearly double after a year.

  2. Climate models go out of this world

    NASA scientists get a climate model to take on Proxima Centauri b.

  3. It’s make or break for Astra today in the government’s launch challenge

    There remains "some probability" of an issue that prevents launch today.

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  1. FIFA pro is “done” after server issues force Rock, Paper, Scissors decision

    Problem highlights widespread esports pro complaints about the state of the game.

  2. Twitter’s newest major investor wants to oust CEO Jack Dorsey

    Lots of folks want to change Twitter, but most can't buy enough stock to do it.

  3. Final Fantasy VII Remake demo finally gets official, free release [Updated]

    Free PS4 exclusive comes two months after a leaked version was datamined.

  4. Coronavirus cancels Geneva auto show

    Car makers and the public were already getting cold on trade shows before this happened.

  5. PAX East 2020: The show’s best costumes, collectibles, and eye-catchers

    Coronavirus concerns can't stop this gathering of tens of thousands of gamers.

  6. Big Data promises better deals. But for whom?

    Intuit’s $7 billion deal to buy Credit Karma a test for antitrust regulators.

  7. After first coronavirus death in the US, first possible outbreak reported

    Possible outbreak is in a nursing home where dozens of cases are already suspected.

  8. WHO raises global coronavirus alert as US faceplants

    There are now four possible community-spread cases of COVID-19 in the US.

  9. Dances, diaries, detentions, and demons in Netflix’s I Am Not Okay with This

    This show is so Netflix 2020: A brisk and bingeable seven-episodes blending TV niches.

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  1. New FAA drone rule is a giant middle finger to aviation hobbyists

    Public comments are open until 11:59pm on Monday.

  2. How a hacker’s mom broke into prison—and the warden’s computer

    Security analyst John Strand had a contract to test a correctional facility’s defenses.

  3. Cortana’s not Alexa—skills are going away in Windows 10 version 2004

    We've got bad news for anyone with Cortana-centered smart home setups.

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  1. FCC issues wrist-slap fines to carriers that sold your phone-location data

    Pai's FCC fines carriers "less than one one-thousandth" of annual revenue.

  2. GDC postponed to later in 2020 amid coronavirus cancellations [Updated]

    Events worldwide are cancelled due to COVID-19, and gaming's not exempt.

  3. Boeing acknowledges “gaps” in its Starliner software testing

    "They did an abundance of testing."

  4. The man behind the sphere, Freeman Dyson, is dead at 96

    He made critical contributions to science and contemplated colonizing the Universe.

  5. Review: The Invisible Man is a horror film that works on multiple levels

    Elisabeth Moss' emotionally intense yet nuanced performance anchors the film.

  6. More than 2,200 agencies and companies have tried Clearview, report finds

    Schools, stores, federal agencies, and legions of local police are on the list.

  1. Congress gives small ISPs $1 billion to rip out Huawei, ZTE network gear

    ISPs banned from using FCC funds on Huawei/ZTE, get $1B for replacement gear.

  2. Stealing advanced nations’ Mac malware isn’t hard. Here’s how one hacker did it

    Former NSA hacker repackages in-the-wild Mac malware for his own use.

  3. Volcanoes where they shouldn’t be? Maybe it’s a mantle sponge

    Hypothesis explains eruptions in China and off the coast of Japan.

  4. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip review—I think I hate flip phones

    Samsung makes big technical improvements in an anachronistic form factor.

  5. Rocket Report: Sweden launches suborbital rocket, Mad Mike dies in accident

    "It's pretty exhaustive. You gotta do that."

  6. Baldur’s Gate 3 gameplay reveal: A huge leap past THAC0, early access in 2020

    So far, BG3 looks like a perfect blend of Bioware's original, Larian's modern touches.

  7. NASA planning document may offer clues to changes in Artemis program

    The plan asks a lot of Boeing.