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Google/HTC deal is official, Google to acquire part of HTC‘s smartphone team

The deal means HTC will still exist, while Google beefs up its hardware team.

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Some iOS 11 issues show early adoption pitfalls, others are just growing pains

iOS 11 has some bugs to be fixed, but a mature platform has longer term problems.

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Microsoft: Windows getting more stable, faster, and lasting longer on battery

Even as Windows 10 users grow, support calls are declining.

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Massive Equifax hack reportedly started 4 months before it was detected

Attackers likely spent months escalating their intrusion into Equifax‘s network.

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Waymo wants Uber to pay 2.6 billion in damages-just for starters

It‘s the first hint of what Waymo might want as compensation for alleged theft.

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NASA center director: If Trump pivots to the Moon, we‘re ‘set up‘ to do it

‘It‘s not at all incompatible with what we‘re doing,‘ Ellen Ochoa said.

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SpaceX‘s worldwide satellite broadband network may have a name: Starlink

Low-latency, gigabit network inches closer to commercialization.

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SpaceX seeks ‘Starlink‘ trademark for its satellite broadband network

Low-latency, gigabit network inches closer to commercialization.

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Nest adds new cameras and a wireless alarm system to its product suite

The Nest Cam IQ Outdoor and Nest Hello add outdoor facial-recognition features.

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Splashy study drips with questions after showing semen is viral safe-haven

It‘s more than you might think, and we don‘t know what it means.

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Evolution on steroids: Chance ruled in building an estrogen receptor

New research suggests ‘evolution turned out as it did for no good reason.‘

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History vs. chance in the evolution of steroid signaling

New research suggests ‘evolution turned out as it did for no good reason.‘

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The Moto X4 brings Android One to the US and a non-Google phone to Project Fi

Google finally brings a somewhat affordable phone back to Project Fi.

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Drone delivery startup is about to begin commercial operations

Startup envisions hundreds of drone delivery stations across metro areas.

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Equifax sends breach victims to fake notification site

Mixup shows that even company officials can be fooled by look-alike names.

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Mysterious flesh-eating bacteria is raging in Australia

Cases doubled, severity is increasing, but authorities don‘t even know how it spreads.

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Motorola redux? Google appears set to buy HTC

Google might buy a dying Android OEM again.

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Australian experts freaked by upsurge in mysterious flesh-eating bacteria

Cases doubled, severity is increasing, but authorities don‘t even know how it spreads.

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Comcast looks forward to more mergers during Trump presidency

Comcast VP is glad Trump is ‘less hostile‘ to mergers than Obama.

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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider review-no gods, no kings

Half-price standalone expansion somehow manages to be the best Dishonored yet.

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Linda Hamilton, Arnold Schwarzenegger back for a new Terminator movie

It‘ll be written by series creator James Cameron, too.

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McLaren builds a virtual hypercar for the next Gran Turismo game

We thought the Vision GT idea was dead, but it‘s been dusted off for the new PS4 game.

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Apple acknowledges connection issue with new Apple Watch

The issue arises when the Watch tries to join "unauthenticated Wifi networks."

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Trump‘s pick for NASA lays out agenda and answers critics

Jim Bridenstine likely to win fairly easy approval from Senate.

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