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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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NVIDIA's new GPU is better than the Titan X and $500 cheaper – CNET

Available from March 10, the $700 GPU has 11GB of GDDR5X memory and is designed for 4K gaming.
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Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge honored with UFO award – CNET

Didn’t know the rock star had a thing for aliens? DeLonge’s passion to find proof of their existence — including creating a news site dedicated to UFO research — earns him an accolade.
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​Uber CEO battles driver over falling fares and low pay – CNET

A dashboard cam catches Travis Kalanick getting into a heated argument with his driver. This comes on top of weeks of criticism for the ride-hailing company.
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Look at this amazing smart-home tech for kitchens – CNET

Robot chefs! Sinks that appear — and disappear! Cups that defy gravity! Want a smarter kitchen? Here it comes.
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Is angry video the end for Uber's CEO? – CNET

Commentary: In a video obtained by Bloomberg, Travis Kalanick gets into an argument with an Uber Black driver. He doesn’t come out of it well. Is it time for him to go?
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CNET asks: Will the nostalgic Nokia 3310 candy-bar phone win you back? – CNET

The Nokia 3310 is back! Updated and long on nostalgia but not nearly as smart as your average smartphone — is this phone enticing enough for you to buy it?
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Rolls-Royce builds bespoke ride-on for hospitalized children – Roadshow

I have a lot of dust in my eyes all of a sudden.
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Trump signs laws to promote women in STEM – CNET

Two new laws will let NASA and the National Science Foundation push for women and girls to get into STEM.
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Nintendo Switch needs a big dose of NES Classic – CNET

Commentary: The Switch should be a retro paradise. But it isn’t. Yet.
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No, you're not crazy. Part of the internet broke – CNET

Amazon’s cloud service, which hosts some of your favorite sites, had a bad day.
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