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Aretha Franklin, the queen of soul, dies at 76 – CNET August 16, 2018

Her career spanned more than six decades and included hits like “Respect” and “A Natural Woman.” 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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