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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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We celebrate 10 years of the iPhone … with more iPhone 8 rumors! (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 90) – CNET

A look back at the iPhone and its origins: Who could forget the Motorola Rokr? Plus, new iPhone 8 rumors and what its fingerprint sensor could be like.
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This website lets you create your very own cat purr – CNET

If your allergy-prone roommate won’t let you have a cat, Purrli’s the next best thing.
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Is this Microsoft’s cancelled Surface Mini? – CNET

Back in 2014 Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3, but was there another Surface it cancelled at the last minute? And are these its specs?
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Twitter investor Chris Sacca apologizes for VC sexism – CNET

Sacca’s Medium post offers an apology and takes responsibility for participating in sexism in the industry.
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Chris Barr set CNET's compass – CNET

Our first editor in chief, who died last month at age 64, laid solid groundwork for our fledgling news site and the web around it.
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4K games go cheap in Sony's midyear PSN sale – CNET

PlayStation 4 Pro owners with 4K TVs can pick up some PS4 Pro-enhanced games at deep discounts during Sony’s big summer sale.
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Elon Musk's Boring Company digs into (and under) LA – CNET

The man behind SpaceX and Tesla tweeted this week that the machine has started to create underground tunnels.
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Germany could fine social media companies millions for hate speech – CNET

Companies must remove or block “unlawful content” within 24 hours or face fines, according to a new law.
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NASA promises there aren't any child slaves on Mars – CNET

On his show “Infowars,” conspiracy peddler Alex Jones discusses claims of an interplanetary child slave trade. When asked, NASA has something to say about it.
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Daimler's new bus tech will automatically brake for pedestrians – Roadshow

It’s the first bus in the world to do so.
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