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  1. Facebook misled investors about shrinking user base, ex-employee alleges

    Complaint to SEC: Facebook mishandling of duplicate accounts was "extensive fraud."

  2. Vaccine holdouts are just 1.8% of NY’s largest health provider—now they’re fired

    Unvaccinated workers say they'd rather quit than get shots—but few actually do.

  3. The 12 best deals from Amazon’s early Black Friday event

    Deals may help you beat anticipated shipping delays.

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  1. YouTube Music continues glacial development pace, adds background playback

    Five years after launch, YouTube Music is still working on basic music app features.

  2. Razer delivers new ultraportable and gaming PC options for Windows 11

    Razer offers new spec options for its portable and gaming laptop lines.

  3. Brain implant relieves patient’s severe depression in “landmark” US study

    Device zaps brain when it detects neural activity associated with irrational thoughts.

  4. New Yubico security keys let you use fingerprints instead of passwords

    Yubico's first hardware security keys to support biometric authentication.

  5. Tesla ordered to pay $137M to Black former worker subjected to racist workplace

    “Elon Musk, you’ve been put on notice.”

  6. Surface Pro 8 review: The best Surface for people who love the Surface

    The design of the Surface Pro X with none of the app-compatibility problems.

  7. NASA likely to move some astronauts off Starliner due to extended delays

    Astronauts assigned to Boeing flights may end up on SpaceX's Crew-5 mission.

  8. Facebook’s outage likely cost the company over $60 million

    Configuration change cascaded down the data centers, bringing systems to a halt.

  9. The 2022 Ford Maverick is a cheap, cheerful, DIY-friendly pickup truck

    More than 40 mpg and instructions to make your own accessories? Yes, please.

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  1. Biden administration expects J&J boosters in the next few weeks

    FDA has scheduled an advisory meeting over the booster ahead of receiving an application.

  2. Ex-Sony exec opens up about efforts to bring PlayStation hits to PC

    "There's no losing in this transaction," says former PlayStation Studios head Shawn Layden.

  3. Understanding how we sense touch, temperature earns a Nobel

    Discoveries triggered a wave of findings about how we sense our environments.

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  1. Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, and Oculus are down. Here’s what we know [Updated]

    The root cause of the worldwide outage appears to be a flubbed BGP route update.

  2. FCC plans to rein in “gateway” carriers that bring foreign robocalls to US

    FCC proposes STIR/SHAKEN and call-blocking rules for gateway phone companies.

  3. Scientists are still learning cool new things about gooey hagfish slime

    Larger hagfish produce larger, stronger thread cells to better ward off predators.

  4. Revealed: The secret notes of Blue Origin leaders trying to catch SpaceX

    "They have a customer focus. We should too."

  5. Epic Games Store gets achievements next week—so what’s still missing?

    Teases long-awaited ability to customize user profiles—but plenty left on road map.

  6. Android 12 gets a source code release—but not a Pixel release

    Google holds back Pixel release of Android 12, also announces a show for 10/27.

  1. The Apple Watch Series 7 release date is October 15

    Orders start this Friday, October 8.

  2. VR, AR, wearables, and smart home tech are now mainstream, research says

    42 percent growth expected from 2021 to 2025.

  3. FCC filing shows Dyson is prepping next Roomba rival

    Current robot vacuum is out of stock, and FCC filings point to Dyson’s next move.

  4. Researcher refuses Telegram’s bounty award, discloses auto-delete bug

    Telegram took months to fix "self-destruct" message bug. Then requested silence.

  5. Facebook “is tearing our societies apart,” whistleblower says in interview

    "Facebook, over and over again, chose to optimize for its own interests."

  6. Let’s make a deal: Entrepreneur wants to trade Buran shuttle for a skull

    "It is not water that flows in our veins, but blood."

  7. Making sense of Mazda’s MX-30 electric commuter car

    This compliance car might be aimed at regulators, not regular people.

  8. Elizabeth Holmes’ defense strikes back in cross-examination of lab director

    Emails show director left "out of the loop" in hit-or-miss cross-examination.