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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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EFF withdraws Verizon spyware claims – CNET

After Verizon tells the EFF that it’s just testing the app on one phone, the web watchdog pulls its complaint till it can investigate further.
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JBL: Speaker that caught fire in New Jersey home wasn't ours – CNET

A tweet about a flaming speaker caught the attention of the media and created a small firestorm for JBL.
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Take flight with a McLaren 570GT covered in carbon feathers – Roadshow

If this weren’t an April Fools’ Day joke, you could bet that at least one person would show interest in this.
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​Amazon seller wins $6.8M in suit over knockoff sports gear – CNET

As part of a broader crackdown on e-commerce counterfeiters, the maker of TRX sports gear scores big in court.
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​Uber self-driving car project faces injunction in Waymo case – CNET

A judge tells Uber that even though its key witness is pleading the Fifth, its autonomous vehicle project could still be halted.
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Search for elusive Planet 9 gets a crowdsourcing boost – CNET

It seems to be lurking far beyond Pluto. Major efforts are now underway to find it thanks in part to citizen science platform Zooniverse and the BBC.
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Stealing Galaxy S8's thunder? This phone is rumored to have superslim bezels, too – CNET

Xiaomi’s Mi Mix 2 could be the next phone to challenge the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6’s ‘all-screen’ designs.
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South Korea beyond Samsung – CNET

Senior reporter Shara Tibken went to South Korea in pursuit of the Samsung Galaxy S8. She found a whole lot more than phones and factories.
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Broadband providers reaffirm privacy policies amid FCC rules flap – CNET

Comcast, AT&T and Verizon say they don’t collect personal data unless customers allow it.
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'Ghost in the Shell' stares down its critics – CNET

CNET Magazine: Director Rupert Sanders discusses the challenges of bringing anime to life and why he cast Scarlett Johansson as the cyborg Major Kusanagi.
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