Monthly Archives: December 2019

The Morning After: ‘The Mandalorian’ is coming back next fall

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. The holiday rush is finally wrapping up and a new year right is around the corner. The only thing I can't figure out now? How, after playing Fallen Order, watching Rise of Skywalker and … Read the rest of this entry

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Amazon, Ring face lawsuit over alleged security camera hacks

Concerns over the security and privacy of Ring cameras are coming to a boil. Alabama resident John Orange has filed a class action lawsuit accusing Amazon and Ring of failing to do enough to secure their security systems against hacks, … Read the rest of this entry

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Volkswagen sets new EV production target of 1.5 million by 2025

Volkswagen is still struggling to repair its reputation following the Dieselgate scandal which began in 2015. In an attempt to rebuild confidence in its brand, it is going hard on electric vehicles and has revealed it will be significantly ramping … Read the rest of this entry

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LG’s 2020 soundbars add ‘AI Room calibration’ to optimize their audio

CES is right around the corner, and that means we'll once again meet a slew of new home theater equipment. LG is unveiling its 2020 soundbar lineup right now, and a new headline feature for this year is "AI Room … Read the rest of this entry

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Samsung may name its next flagship the Galaxy S20 because 2020

When Samsung releases the successor to the Galaxy S10 next year, it may call the phone the Galaxy S20. The rumor comes from frequent Samsung tipster Ice Universe, who tweeted this week that the company will skip S11 for its … Read the rest of this entry

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YouTube reportedly considered screening all YouTube Kids videos

YouTube paid the FTC a $ 170 million fine this year, which was pocket change for Google. However, the charge of violating the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act will remain a very costly stain on its reputation. In fact, things … Read the rest of this entry

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Mazda3 bug activates emergency brake system for no reason

Driver assists can help make our trips much safer, but integrating software decisions into the control of a vehicle could cause serious problems if the system glitches at the wrong time. According to Mazda, a "Incorrect programming" in its Smart … Read the rest of this entry

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The best user reviews of 2019

Every week, we ask our readers to tell us their thoughts on a different product or device — because no one knows better than the people who have purchased and used these things for weeks, months or even years. Last … Read the rest of this entry

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Personal computer CPU pioneer Chuck Peddle dies at 82

Chuck Peddle, one of the most important engineers of the early home computing era, has died from pancreatic cancer at the age of 82. He's best known as the lead designer for MOS Technology's 6502, a low-cost processor (just $ … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Fallout 76′ hackers wiped out players’ inventories

If you play Fallout 76 you might want to avoid public servers for a while. According to multiple posts on the game's Reddit forums — and confirmed by publisher Bethesda — hackers have attacked public servers and wiped out the … Read the rest of this entry

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