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  2. 9to5Mac

    Apple updates Privacy website w/ details on iOS 12 & macOS Mojave, expands data download tool to US & more
    Apple has updated its dedicated Privacy website today, something it typically does each year following the release of new iPhones and a new version of iOS. The new Apple Privacy website offers a detailed look at the steps the company takes to protect ...
    Apple Customers Can Download a Copy of Their Data in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Starting TodayMac Rumors
    Apple launched a new privacy website that lets you find all the data the company has on youCNBC
    Apple will now let US users download all of their dataThe Verge
    Business Insider -TechCrunch -Cult of Mac -Fortune
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  3. Ars Technica

    After $5 billion EU antitrust fine, Google will start charging for Android apps
    Ars Technica
    Google is adjusting to life in the EU after the $5.05 billion (€4.34 billion) antitrust fine levied against it by the European Commission earlier this year. Google is still appealing the initial ruling, which found that Google used Android to illegally ...
    For the Pixel 3, Google is betting on a chip to bring Android securityCNET
    Google Begrudgingly Starts Complying With Android Antitrust RulingAndroid Headlines
    Europe's Attacks on Google Are BackfiringBloomberg
    Business Insider -Fortune -iProgrammer -Android Police
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  4. CNET

    Google's Pixel 3 camera rewrites photo rules with nifty new tricks
    Every digital camera is flawed. Image sensors can't capture light perfectly, lenses distort scenery, and photos so often seem blah compared with what you remember seeing. But Google, with its Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones, has found new ways to ...
    Good news: Google's Pixel 3 XL has the right kind of OLED displayBGR
    Here's how Google's Call Screening AI works, and how to use itDigital Trends
    This is how Super Res Zoom on the Google Pixel 3 worksAndroid Police -TechSpot -Android Central
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  5. Forbes

    The Antarctic Ice Shelf Is Emitting A Very Strange Noise As It Melts, Scientists Find
    Scientists studying Antarctic's Ross Ice Shelf found that the ice emits a strange sound as the ice begins to melt. The team of scientists stumbled on this finding, never having heard the weird noise the upper layers of ice create. The team of ...
    WATCH: Antarctic ice makes frightening 'singing' soundsFox News
    Listen to the beautifully eerie singing of an Antarctic ice shelfTreehugger
    Scientists Accidentally Discover that an Antarctic Ice Shelf 'Hums'Motherboard
    SlashGear -Los Alamos Daily Post -Gizmodo UK -ZME Science
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  6. AppleInsider

    Analysts change tune, now say $1000 Huawei Mate 20 Androids are a bargain
    Analysts and commentators who spent the first half of 2018 insisting that Apple's $999 iPhone X was suffering from "disappointing" sales because of its premium price, a supposed "lack of innovation," and controversial design choices that included a ...
    Huawei thinks its Mate 20 X is better than the Nintendo SwitchDigital Trends
    Chinese Phone Company Boasts Their New Phone Is Better Than The SwitchKotaku
    All the new and industry-first features of the Mate 20 and 20 ProPhone Arena -TechCo (blog) -NDTV -International Business Times
    all 989 news articles »

  7. The Verge

    RED Hydrogen One specs leak as launch approaches
    The Verge
    The RED Hydrogen One is finally set to start shipping preorders this week, following a few delays. But if you can't wait until then, the full spec sheet for the phones has leaked a bit early through a new infographic, via UberGizmo. While we've known ...
    First look: RED Hydrogen One hopes holographic screen can lure people from Apple, SamsungUSA TODAY
    RED Hydrogen One infographic leaks full specs, design and features9to5Google
    RED Hydrogen One Reveals All Of Its Secrets In New InfographicAndroid Headlines
    Ubergizmo -Phone Arena -Appuals -BGR India
    all 16 news articles »

  8. The Verge

    Space startup Rocket Lab will build a second launch site in Virginia
    The Verge
    US aerospace startup Rocket Lab has decided to build a second launch site at NASA's Wallops Flight Facility in eastern Virginia. Up until now, the fledgling rocket company has had only one launch site — a private facility on the Mahia Peninsula in New ...
    Rocket Lab follows footsteps of SpaceX with new NASA launch padCNET
    BREAKING: Rocket Lab chooses Wallops as its US launch siteSpaceNews
    Startup plans to launch small satellites from Virginia coastWashington Post
    Engadget -WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando -Florida Today
    all 22 news articles »

  9. PC Gamer

    Hitman 2's first Elusive Target is Sean Bean
    PC Gamer
    Following in the footsteps of actor pal Gary Busey, Hitman 2's first Elusive Target is Sean Bean. That's right, the man who's made a career out of appearing briefly in things you like—see: Game of Thrones, the Silent Hill movie and All The Memes—will ...
    Sean Bean to Die (Again) in Hitman 2PlayStation LifeStyle
    Sean Bean Is The First One To Die As An Elusive Target In Hitman 2GearNuke
    'Hitman 2' (ALL) Casts Actor Sean Bean For First Elusive Target Mission -
    Wccftech -TrustedReviews
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  10. GameSpot

    Red Dead Redemption 2 Launch Trailer Coming Thursday
    It's been a long time coming, but Rockstar's highly anticipated open-world western, Red Dead Redemption 2, is only a few days away. Before the game arrives on PS4 and Xbox One next Friday, October 26, the studio is going to ramp up hype by releasing ...
    Red Dead Redemption 2 Horse Balls – Why Frozen Testicles Are ImportantPlayStation LifeStyle
    3 Things We Had to Share After 2 Hours of Red Dead Redemption 2 (Hands-On Preview)Twinfinite
    In Japan, Rockstar Is All In For Red Dead Redemption 2Kotaku -Gamasutra -Game Rant -IGN
    all 159 news articles »


    What It Feels Like to Be Aboard a Failed Rocket Launch
    Everything was going smoothly — until NASA astronaut Nick Hague felt a sudden tremor. "The first thing I really noticed was being shaken pretty violently side to side," he said during his first publicly broadcast interviews since his Soyuz rocket ...
    What it's like to fall 31 miles to Earth after your rocket failsThe Verge
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