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Complete your home theater with this LG 4K Blu-ray player bundle from Best Buy and save up to $200

So you’ve finally upgraded to a 4K TV and want to enjoy it in full glory, working your way through your entire collection of movies one by one. If that’s the case, you’ll want a 4K Blu-ray player to enjoy the latest 4K releases. And Best Buy has just the deal to get you started. ...CONTINUE READING

Google now lets you change search privacy settings on the Search page itself

Did you know that Google is stashing information about your Google searches? And even if you knew, did you know where to go to manage how Google does this, or turn it off completely? Starting today, Google is making it easier to change privacy settings related to Search.  SEE ALSO: Should You Buy Google’s New...CONTINUE READING

Apple CEO Tim Cook comes out swinging against companies collecting your private data

Speaking at the International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners, Apple CEO Tim Cook warned of tech’s “data industrial complex.”  “Our own information, from the everyday to the deeply personal, is being weaponized against us with military efficiency,” said Cook. “These scraps of data, each one harmless enough on its own, are carefully assembled,...CONTINUE READING

Building your own PC? The SanDisk Ultra II SSD is on sale for $130 off.

You can buy a brand new computer out of the box, but where’s the fun in that? Building your own PC can be a rewarding and challenging task that gives you a sense of ownership that’s hard to replicate. SEE ALSO: 7 of the best laptops for video editing right now You’re going to need...CONTINUE READING

Official photos show Honor Magic 2’s slide-out camera, colorful back

At an event in August, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor surprisingly announced a phone called the Magic 2. The phone has slim bezels and no notch on top, thanks to a slide-out selfie camera.  Back then, we were told the phone would rock Huawei’s latest Kirin 980 chip and fast charging, but we didn’t really get a...CONTINUE READING

Apple’s subscription TV service might be coming sooner than you think

Apple’s competitor to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video is apparently just around the corner. According to a report by The Information, Apple is set to launch a subscription TV service in the U.S. within the first half of next year. SEE ALSO: Apple design chief Jony Ive gives rare interview, talks about responsibility to society,...CONTINUE READING

Lyft makes major move in race to put self-driving cars on the streets

Uber may have stalled out with self-driving cars, but Lyft is just picking up speed. The ride-hailing app’s fairly new self-driving division, Level 5, made its first acquisition, the company announced Tuesday. The London-based augmented reality company Blue Vision Labs will become part of Lyft and help develop AR, mapping, and camera tech for Level...CONTINUE READING

Amazon pitched facial recognition tech to ICE despite employee objections

Amazon would really like U.S. law enforcement to use its facial-recognition software, despite how its employees feel. According to internal documents obtained by the Project on Government Oversight, Amazon met with officials from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) over the summer in order to pitch facial-recognition technology known as Rekognition. SEE ALSO: Here’s how...CONTINUE READING

Now it’s way easier to see who’s doing the most political spending on Facebook

Facebook has been pulling back the curtain on how politicians, super PACs, corporations, and other entities spend money on its platform. On Tuesday, it made that information more comprehensible, and therefore useful, with a weekly Ad Archive Report that summarizes political and “issues” advertising on the platform. SEE ALSO: How well does ‘microtargeted psychographic advertising’...CONTINUE READING
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