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  • Sony’s excellent WF-1000XM3 earbuds are on sale for only $178

    Two of Sony’s best true wireless in-ear headphones are currently on sale. Amazon has discounted the WF-1000XM3, in both black and silver, by $52, making them $178 at the moment. They’re also available at Best Buy for $180. Buy Sony WF-1000XM3 at Amazon – $178 Buy Sony WF-1000XM3 at Best Buy – $180 For those who want a more sporty pair of in-ear headphones, Amazon and Best Buy have also discounted the WF-SP800N. They’re currently $168, down from…

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  • Apple student scholarship winners won’t get to WWDC in person this year. Instead, they’ll win a jacket

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  • Work from home, but have no room? Buy an Airstream RV

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  • Study finds security holes in online voting for New Jersey and West Virginia (updated)

    States are under pressure to use online voting for the US presidential election when COVID-19 could remain a threat in November, but those platforms might not be as secure as you’d like. MIT and the University of Michigan have published a report detailing security problems in Democracy Live’s OmniBallot, the voting and ballot delivery system that will be used by some citizens in Delaware, New Jersey and West Virginia. The system apparently takes…

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  • Foldable phones are coming, even if they’ve hit a bit of a roadblock

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  • iPhone battery replacement: 7 things I learned after buying a used iPhone 6

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  • Amazon-backed Seattle startup Bamboo Learning brings voice education app to Google devices

    Bamboo Learning, a Seattle startup led by Jeff Bezos’ former technology adviser, today launched its voice-based education app Bamboo Luminaries for Google Assistant-enabled devices including Google Nest, Google Home, and Android phones.

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  • Bose’s 700 headphones are on sale for $299 at Amazon

    Want a good set of over-ear wireless headphones to keep you company at work, or just to tune out the rest of the world? You now have your chance, at least if you aren’t picky about colors. Amazon is selling Bose 700 headphones in white for $299, knocking $100 off the usual price and putting them at the lowest price we’ve seen to date. The black and silver models are also on sale, albeit at a higher $349. Buy Bose 700 in Arctic White on Amazon -…

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  • Satellite images of Wuhan may suggest coronavirus was spreading as early as August

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  • IBM stops work on facial recognition over human rights concerns

    The backlash to facial recognition among governments is extending to corporate heavyweights. IBM chief Arvind Krishna has sent a letter (via Axios and CNBC) to Congress revealing that the company has exited its “general purpose” facial recognition business. The company “firmly opposes” use of the technology for surveillance, racial profiling and “violations of basic human rights and freedoms,” according to Krishna. Instead, he suggested that now…

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  • IBM will no longer offer, develop, or research facial recognition technology

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  • Cox Might Slow Down a Whole Neighborhood’s Internet If One Person Is Using Too Much Data

    If there is anything as quite as infuriating as internet data caps, having your internet speed throttled is up there—especially if you pay extra to have ultra-fast, uncapped internet. According to Ars Technica, Cox Communications not only wants certain customers to stop using so much data, it’s also reportedly punishing entire neighborhoods to get those customers to stop using so much data.

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  • Bad security design mars OmniBallot online voting system, report says

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  • Twitter clumsily fact-checks ‘5G corona’ tweets

    Twitter is getting more aggressive with the use its fact-checking label — it might even be hard to avoid the label in some cases. Business Insider and others have noticed that Twitter is displaying a “get the facts on COVID-19” link underneath seemingly any tweet that mention 5G and the new coronavirus, whether or not the person is endorsing the conspiracy theories linking the two. It’ll even apply the link to “5G corona” discussions. Twitter…

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  • Here’s how Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri answer the question, ‘Do black lives matter?’

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  • Nokia 1.3 review: this ultra-budget phone is better than you might expect

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  • Confused about screen time and disinformation? You aren’t alone.

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  • Fire HD 8 Kids Edition: Hands-On with Amazon’s latest kids’ tablet

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  • Apple granted patent for socially distant group selfie software

    With people around the world self-isolating at home in order to curb the spread of Covid-19, Apple has received a patent for software that would allow people to take group selfies while socially distancing from one another.

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  • Twitch streamers are getting blindsided by years-old copyright notices

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