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iPhone XR review: The best iPhone value in years

iPhone XR review: The best iPhone value in years

If you’re buying a new iPhone, this should be your starting point.

iPhone XR photos and how Portrait Mode works
Podcast: Apple’s ‘value’ phone

Why rural areas can’t catch a break on speedy broadband

Why rural areas can’t catch a break on speedy broadband

Everyone agrees on the mission to connect more people, but no one can agree on how to do it.

In farm country, you might not have internet at all

Online voting gets real, in West Virginia

Online voting gets real, in West Virginia

The state is the first in the country to offer voting by smartphone app. Experts say there are plenty of reasons to go slow.

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5G smartphones are coming. Here’s a (probable) list of them

The 5G revolution is nearly upon us. Here’s when to expect super fast 5G phones from heavy-hitting phone-makers.

by Lynn La

5G’s most promising uses

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Think Alexa is the voice assistant to beat? Think again

by Ry Crist

NASA spots bizarrely rectangular iceberg in Antarctica

by Amanda Kooser

World’s oldest intact shipwreck discovered in the Black Sea

by Amanda Kooser

Bohemian Rhapsody is indeed a killer Queen biopic

by Patrick Holland

Facebook’s Messenger makeover focuses on simplicity

by Queenie Wong

Yahoo must pay $50M in damages for security breach

by Abrar Al-Heeti

Amazon Go cashierless store arrives in San Francisco

by Ben Fox Rubin

Firefox tries anew to block trackers without breaking websites

by Stephen Shankland

Dreams of the future: How sci-fi sees sleep

What is science fiction if not a dream of what tomorrow might hold?

by Richard Trenholm

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NASA may have fixed the Hubble Telescope the way you fix your router


Turn it off. Turn it on. Fiddle with the settings. Pray.

Sci-Tech
By Sean Buckley

3hours ago



Online voting’s real in the midterm elections


The state is the first in the country to offer voting by smartphone app. Experts say there are plenty of reasons to go slow.

Security
By Erin Carson

4hours ago



Lyft acquires AR startup Blue Vision Labs to boost its self-driving car tech


The augmented reality company’s tech could let Lyft’s cars see their world more clearly without expensive sensors.

Auto Tech
By Kyle Hyatt

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Incredibles 2 is now on Digital HD: Every way to watch


Elastigirl, Mr. Incredible and the kids’ second big-screen adventure is now viewable from home.

TV and Movies
By Mike Sorrentino

4hours ago



Yahoo must pay $50M in damages for security breach


The company will also provide at least two years of credit-monitoring and identity theft protection insurance for around 200 million people.

Security
By Abrar Al-Heeti

4hours ago



Snapchat helped over 400,000 people register to vote, says report


The popular app got even more people to register than Taylor Swift did, says The New York Times.

Mobile
By Marrian Zhou

5hours ago



Bohemian Rhapsody is indeed a killer Queen biopic


This review doesn’t use the O-word, but the award looms large for Rami Malek’s portrayal of Freddie Mercury.

TV and Movies
By Patrick Holland

5hours ago



Bohemian Rhapsody movie will rock you, early reviews report


Rami Malek earns raves for playing Freddie Mercury, lead singer of Queen.

TV and Movies
By Gael Fashingbauer Cooper

5hours ago



Amazon Go cashierless store arrives in San Francisco


This is the sixth Go store that’s opened to the public, and the first in SF.

Internet
By Ben Fox Rubin

5hours ago



WikiTribune cuts journalism staff to make way for more community participation


The news platform is looking for new journalists with “extensive wiki experience” and “fact checking passion.”

Tech Industry
By Abrar Al-Heeti

5hours ago



Tesla to remove ‘many’ Model S, Model X interior configurations on Nov. 1


Which ones are going away? Why, that’s a very good question.

Electric Cars
By Andrew Krok

5hours ago



A look inside San Francisco’s new Amazon Go store


Just download the app and start shopping.

Tech Industry
By James Martin

6hours ago



HP’s new Spectre laptops have a Webcam kill switch to protect you from creeps


New privacy features are also coming to a new EliteBook business convertible.

Laptops
By Justin Jaffe

7hours ago



Apple’s Peloton patent connects moving self-driving cars to boost efficiency


Peloton would allow vehicles to connect physically to one another and share battery power for more efficient travel.

Auto Tech
By Kyle Hyatt

7hours ago



A look at 3200 Phaethon: A big, bizarre, blue asteroid we plan to visit


New research suggests the “rock comet” is weirder than previously thought.

Sci-Tech
By Eric Mack

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