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Calling Hawkins Power will give you 'Stranger Things' clues – CNET October 23, 2017

Fans of the Netflix series can call the fictional company Hawkins Power and Light to discover more clues of what may happen in the second season. Source: CNet

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Facebook celebrates New Year with virtual firework displays – CNET

Sparks will be flying this New Year’s Eve on Facebook, where its millions of users can send good tidings to loved ones.
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Russian hackers strike at US electrical grid, report says – CNET

Code associated with a Russian hacking operation, known as ‘Grizzly Steppe,’ is found at a Vermont utility.
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See Wolverine 'Logan' movie trailer re-created with Legos – CNET

This impressive fan-made trailer makes Wolverine look even more weary in Lego form.
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Ultimate Dungeons & Dragons table features embedded monitor – CNET

The “Super-Fan Builds” webseries makes the kind of D&D table that would impress even the pickiest dungeon master.
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Parents' lawsuit claims FaceTime caused daughter's death – CNET

Commentary: A Texas family claims that because the driver of a car that crashed into theirs, killing their daughter, was on FaceTime, Apple should pay.
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Trump calls Putin smart, tweets good wishes to enemies, losers – CNET

Commentary: To end the year, the president-elect shows magnanimity. Of a kind.
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Sea-Monkeys documentary explores toy creator's dark side – CNET

Watch this mini-documentary on the history of the pop culture pet sensation Sea-Monkeys and how they swam into the imaginations of kids worldwide.
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Oscar Isaac posts 'Star Wars VIII' set photo of Fisher, Hamill – CNET

The actor who plays Poe Dameron posts a candid behind-the-scenes photo of Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker with the late Carrie Fisher as General Leia.
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Google doodle eagerly awaits new year – CNET

Web giant has a balloon drop to help you put 2016 to rest and ring in 2017.
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Is 2016 really the year of death? We ask a Dead Pool boss – CNET

When celebrity deaths are your business, this horrible year actually comes in a little below average, the commissioner tells CNET.
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