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  1. Lost Judgment impressions: 15 wild hours in Yokohama

    The sequel to 2019's Yakuza spinoff Judgment shines in our extended hands-on.

  2. Hospital staff must swear off Tylenol, Tums to get religious vaccine exemption

    Hospital CEO aims to educate staff on the full scope of what they're claiming.

  3. Alphabet’s laser-Internet system has sent 700TB of data with 99.9% uptime

    Alphabet is bridging the Congo River with a 20Gbps laser beam.

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  1. Locast’s free TV service ordered to shut down permanently after copyright loss

    Locast must decide whether to appeal as ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC win copyright case.

  2. Near death of anti-vaccine cardinal is an “irony of life,” says Pope Francis

    Humanity used to be such good friends with vaccines!

  3. Self-sustaining solar house on wheels wants to soak up the Sun

    Students from the Netherlands will take their new solar ride 3,000 km to Spain.

  4. Cherry-picking data was routine practice at Theranos, former lab worker says

    Theranos’ Edison device failed at least 25 percent of the time, court hears.

  5. NASA awards five contracts for lunar landers to follow SpaceX demonstration

    The announcement comes as one of the winners, Blue Origin, is suing NASA.

  6. Lucid gets its official EPA range ratings, and they’re astounding

    The Air Dream Edition is rated at 520 miles on a full charge.

  7. US hospitals buckling under delta surge: 25% of ICUs are over 95% full

    The burden on hospital ICUs has more than doubled since June.

  8. Shocking Pixel 6 rumor lists Google SoC with two ARM X1 CPU cores

    Google blazes its own trail for its first SoC design.

  9. How the Le Mans hydrogen racer is shaping up

    In preparation for a hydrogen-powered category, Le Mans saw laps from prototypes.

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  1. Crew Dragon has flown four more people—all private citizens—into space

    SpaceX promised to make spaceflight available to the masses. This is a good start.

  2. The iPhone 13 is thicker and heavier than the iPhone 12

    Plus, more new details revealed by Apple's website.

  3. Walmart to begin driverless deliveries with Ford and Argo AI

    Deliveries will begin in Austin, Miami, and Washington, DC, later in 2021.

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  1. Recent Ebola outbreak emerged from someone infected 5 years earlier

    We knew the virus could go dormant but not that it could do so for five years.

  2. Backpage founders get mistrial because US overplayed child sex trafficking claims

    US focused too heavily on child sex trafficking in case with no trafficking charges.

  3. “Melting face,” “pregnant person,” and 35 other emoji approved for Unicode 14.0

    838 new characters bring Unicode's total to a whopping 144,697.

  4. Anonymous leaks gigabytes of data from alt-right web host Epik

    Clients include 8chan, Parler, and Gab, among others.

  5. Theranos burned through $2M a week as investors were given rosy projections

    Jurors heard about mounting losses, fudged data from first witnesses.

  6. Microsoft accounts can go passwordless, making “password123” a thing of the past

    Passwordless accounts rely on MS Authenticator or a security key for login.

  1. Nintendo Switch finally supports Bluetooth audio—but beware the lag

    Firmware 13.0 delivers mostly good Bluetooth news—along with one weird menu update.

  2. Globally, climate change drives a willingness to change lifestyles

    In most countries, partisan and age differences shape attitudes.

  3. Storage galore: New PS5 update finally lets users add more space for games

    The most-wanted feature from a July beta gets a public release soon.

  4. Xiaomi shows off smart glasses with an all-green microLED waveguide display

    Xiaomi calls this a "concept," but it seems like a working product.

  5. It’s all in the ink: Vinland Map is definitely a fake, new analysis finds

    “There is no reasonable doubt here. This new analysis should put the matter to rest.”

  6. In a first, New York passes law banning new fossil fuel vehicle sales after 2034

    State agencies have to create a market-development strategy by end of 2022.

  7. Travis CI flaw exposed secrets of thousands of open source projects

    Developers furious at Travis CI's "insanely embarrassing 'security bulletin.'"