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  1. 21.5-inch iMac supply dwindles amid chip shortages, possible refresh

    A new iMac landing next week is a real possibility.

  2. Backdoored developer tool that stole credentials escaped notice for 3 months

    AWS credentials and private repository tokens could allow self-perpetuating attacks.

  3. Arkansas House passes unconstitutional bill putting creationism in schools

    Despite unanimous Democratic opposition, the bill moves on to the Senate.

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  1. Dogecoin has risen 400 percent in the last week because why not

    Dogecoin rallied after Elon Musk tweeted a photo of "Doge Barking at the Moon."

  2. Today’s best deals: Board games we like, indoor security cameras, and more

    Dealmaster also has deals on LG monitors, Amazon devices, and PC games.

  3. Valve Anti-Cheat’s “permanent” bans now have one major exception

    Bans older than five years no longer apply to Valve's CS:GO esports events.

  4. Google loses “Location History” court battle in Australia

    Google's confusing privacy settings will earn it some kind of punishment in Australia.

  5. Congressmen ask Biden admin to keep chip design software away from China

    And no fab should use American tools to sell advanced chips to China, they add.

  6. NPD: PlayStation 5’s first 5 months are best ever for a US console launch

    Last month, PS5 throne was solely on "dollars" basis. Current Switch sales still lead.

  7. Mercedes goes all out with its new electric luxury sedan, the EQS

    The S-Class is regularly ranked world's best luxury car. Can the EQS match that?

  8. SARS-CoV-2 variant found in Brazil: More infectious, may limit immunity

    Some hints of greater lethality and lowered immunity, but a lot of uncertainty.

  9. Google veteran pans Tesla Autopilot: “We were doing better in 2010”

    Aurora more than doubled in size when it acquired Uber's self-driving project.

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  1. Almost everything we’d want in a gaming laptop—the Asus ROG Zephyrus G15

    This year's ROG Zephyrus is a surprisingly well-behaved beast—but it is a beast.

  2. Rocket Report: SpaceX to build huge launch tower, Branson sells Virgin stock

    "For us, it’s super important to have a launchpad in mainland Europe."

  3. Resident Evil 4 VR announced for Oculus Quest 2 as a first-person remake

    More information to come in next week's "Oculus Gaming Showcase."

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  1. 99.992% of fully vaccinated people have dodged COVID, CDC data shows

    No vaccine is 100% effective. But the COVID vaccines seem pretty darn good.

  2. Popular software development tool Docker gets Apple M1 support

    Another one of the most popular development tools now supports the M1.

  3. MIT scientists study spider web structure by translating it into music

    We may one day be able to communicate with spiders in "language" of web vibrations.

  4. US government strikes back at Kremlin for SolarWinds hack campaign

    Treasury Department says it's sanctioning 6 Russian firms for supporting the hacks.

  5. Striking Charter workers build ISP where “profits are returned to users”

    They built the Spectrum cable network—now they're building a wireless ISP in NYC.

  6. Walmart invests in self-driving startup Cruise

    Cruise says it's about two years from commercial launch. We've heard that before.

  1. Bezos says Amazon should “do a better job for our employees” after union vote

    Farewell letter also reveals his concerns about the company’s carbon footprint.

  2. Google Earth is now a 3D time machine

    Google puts 20 petabytes of historical satellite data into the Google Earth globe.

  3. Intel, Nvidia, TSMC execs agree: Chip shortage could last into 2023

    Companies reeling from natural disasters and massive demand from OEMs, consumers.

  4. CDC expert panel punts on deciding fate of J&J COVID vaccine

    Experts brace for more clotting cases, as 52% of doses were given in the last 2 weeks.

  5. The looming software kill-switch lurking in aging PlayStation hardware

    Dying internal batteries and online timer checks make a disaster waiting to happen.

  6. What to expect from Apple’s “Spring Loaded” event on April 20

    This event is mysterious, but we're confident iPads will figure prominently.

  7. Comparing the actual US grid to the one predicted 15 years ago

    Demand and carbon emissions are way down, renewables far more common than expected.