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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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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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