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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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You don't have the right to marry your laptop, Utah insists – CNET

Commentary: In a filing, Utah’s Assistant Attorney General says that, among other things, your laptop cannot consent to marriage.
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Hillary Clinton says email scandal was just one reason she lost – CNET

The former US presidential candidate says the email scandal, the rise of fake news and supposed Russian hacking are all reasons she lost the election.
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Essential: We can unleash Android's power better than Google – CNET

The company lays out its grand vision of accessories that will help its Essential Phone improve over time.
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Uber's execs keep leaving, the latest to go is head of finance – CNET

Even as the ride-hailing company’s top finance officer departs, Uber says its business is “healthy and resilient.”
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EFF sues FBI for records of alleged informants at Best Buy – CNET

The rights group worries that the warrantless searches of devices circumvents customers’ Fourth Amendment rights.
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Really, Wisconsin? 5 words America would like help spelling – CNET

Google Trends is tattling on us. The search engine gathered state-by-state data on the words that always trip Americans up.
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Cybersecurity pros want to buy Shadow Brokers’ hacked exploits – CNET

The Shadow Brokers Response Team hopes to raise enough money to prevent the next WannaCry attack.
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US military data reportedly left on unsecured Amazon server – CNET

Defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton linked to account, which contained login credentials for other data repositories.
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Apple's Siri Speaker is reportedly in the works – CNET

The rumored voice-control speaker is said to come with surround sound, no touchscreen and will allow for integration with Apple products.
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Sean Spicer suggests 'covfefe' may be Trump code word – CNET

Commentary: After the president sends a tweet that includes a strange word, his press secretary doesn’t claim it was a typo.
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