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Porsche boosts battery capacity by 20 percent for 2021 Panamera hybrid

More lithium-ion is the highlight of this plug-in sedan‘s midlife refresh.

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US has topped 200,000 COVID-19 deaths-and many more to come

Some researchers expect the death toll to reach 378,000 by the end of the year.

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US COVID-19 deaths just topped 200,000

Some researchers expect the death toll to reach 378,000 by the end of the year.

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‘LokiBot,‘ the malware that steals your most sensitive data, is on the rise

"Persistent malicious" activity sees a "notable increase" since July, feds say.

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Blogger who trashed Fauci online ‘retires‘ after being ID‘d as NIH staffer

Directly contradicting your agency and calling your boss names is a bad look.

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NIH staffer who anonymously trashed Fauci online ‘retires‘

Directly contradicting your agency and calling your boss names is a bad look.

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Arctic sea ice hits 2nd smallest summer extent on record

Extent dropped to 3.74 million square kilometers on September 15.

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Summer Arctic sea ice cover is 2nd smallest on record (again)

Extent dropped to 3.74 million square kilometers on September 15.

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Apple Watch Series 6 teardown unveils missing Force Touch, bigger battery

For the most part, though, it‘s the same old Watch.

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iFixit‘s Apple Watch Series 6 teardown reveals oxygen sensor, Taptic Engine

For the most part, though, it‘s the same old Watch.

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What to expect from Google‘s 2020 Hardware event

Expect the Pixel 5, Nest Audio, and a merger of Android TV and Chromecast.

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Facebook warns privacy rules could force it to exit European market

Facebook official charges Irish regulators haven‘t treated Facebook fairly.

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Facebook warns data protection rules could force European shutdown

Facebook official charges Irish regulators haven‘t treated Facebook fairly.

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Old TV set interfered with village‘s DSL Internet each day for 18 months

Engineers traced interference with a spectrum analyzer.

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Google could face federal, state antitrust suits next week, reports say

Google may be the target of the biggest antitrust suit in 20 years.

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Google could face federal state antitrust suit next week, reports say

Google may be the target of the biggest antitrust suit in 20 years.

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States, DOJ reportedly meeting this week to plan Google antitrust suit

Google may be the target of the biggest antitrust suit in 20 years.

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156 countries commit to fair COVID-19 vaccine access, but US won‘t join

At least 35 billion needed for success.

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COVID-19 vaccine pact includes 156 countries-but not US, China, or Russia

At least 35 billion needed for success.

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What happens to Bethesda‘s multi-platform games under Microsoft?

Did Microsoft pay 7.5 billion just to start making PS5 games?

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Bethesda‘s multi-platform future: Is Minecraft a good sign for Skyrim?

Did Microsoft pay 7.5 billion just to start making PS5 games?

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LGR‘s Clint Basinger plumbs the depths of retro computing-and his YouTube comments

We sat down with the star of one of our favorite channels to go on a journey of discovery.

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LGR‘s Clint Basinger plumbs the depths of retro-computing-and his YouTube comments

We sat down with the star of one of our favorite channels to go on a journey of discovery.

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The story of cheaper batteries, from smartphones to Teslas

The economics of cheaper batteries-and why they‘re good news for the planet.

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