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Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger says it is not considering the UK for its upcoming chip factories due to Brexit; the company is investing $95B to open European plants (BBC) October 7, 2021

BBC: Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger says it is not considering the UK for its upcoming chip factories due to Brexit; the company is investing $95B to open European plants  —  The boss of Intel says the US chipmaker is no longer considering building a factory in the UK because of Brexit.

New 'Sherlock' images peek at Sherlock and John's family lives – CNET

Suss out clues from these new images of Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson and their near and dear.
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CNET Giveaway: 'The Hunger Games 4K Ultra HD Combo Pack' – CNET

Don’t miss your chance to get your hands on the complete collection of ‘The Hunger Games’ in 4K Ultra HD in this weeks giveaway. This promotion ends December 1st, 2016.
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Video shows e-cigarette explode in man's pants, lawyer says – CNET

Technically Incorrect: In New York’s Grand Central Terminal, there’s smoke and fire coming from a store employee’s trousers.
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​Amazon could be eyeing Arab counterpart Souq.com – CNET

The online retail giant is reportedly in talks to acquire Dubai-based Souq.com for about $1 billion.
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Ukrainian Air force jet flies too low, human dives for cover – CNET

Technically Incorrect: For reasons that may only amount to “because it’s fun,” some air force pilots around the globe enjoy scaring people on the ground. Here’s the latest.
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Dreaming up the best toys for the holidays – CNET

We saw the coolest, and weirdest toys on sale this festive season at the Dreamtoys Fair in London.
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Airbus's newest airliner takes to the skies – CNET

Four months after it rolled out of the factory, the Airbus A350-1000 completed its first flight today over southern France.
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Tony Blair looks to technology sector for best ideas about politics – CNET

The former UK Prime Minister wants to “build a platform” to solve the world’s problems.
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Raspberry Pi helps build strong brains – CNET

From CNET Magazine: They might not look like much, but tiny Raspberry Pi computers could help society relearn what it means to be technically literate.
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New 'Sherlock' images give us a peek at Sherlock and John's family lives – CNET

Suss out clues from these new images of Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson and their near and dear.
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Scottish flight site Skyscanner sold to China – CNET

UK unicorn Skyscanner has been sold to Ctrip in a deal worth £1.4 billion.
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'Alien: Covenant' will be unleashed three months early – CNET

The first poster for “Alien: Covenant” features a familiar frightful face and a new release date of May 19.
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Reddit CEO admits to editing user comments amid Pizzagate malarkey – CNET

Steve Huffman clashes with fans of Donald Trump as the site bans a subreddit dedicated to a wild conspiracy theory.
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'Mad Sheila' is China's amazing take on 'Mad Max: Fury Road' – CNET

It seems at least a few people in China were really impressed by George Miller’s “Fury Road.”
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Humans strike back: Korean Go master bests AI in board game bout – CNET

After Google’s AlphaBrain artificial intelligence beat one of South Korea’s best Go players earlier this year, we humans get a second chance at glory.
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Someone recreated BioShock's Rapture using 30,000 Lego bricks – CNET

Bioshock’s underwater city is charming, in a more fun and less horrifying way, in Lego form.
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