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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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VC Shervin Pishevar reportedly accused of sexual harassment – CNET

Several women have accused the early Uber investor of making unwanted sexual advances, Bloomberg reports.
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Amazon's Jeff Bezos claims chicken-wing eating crown – CNET

Commentary: Jeff Bezos himself tweets with pride, after the company’s AWS re:Invent conference throws up a real winner.
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These roboticists want to take over the world with a pair of legs – CNET

Agility Robotics does one thing really well, but is that enough?
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Qualcomm seeks ban on sales of Intel-based iPhone X in US – CNET

Legal filing with ITC is the latest move in a heated patent infringement battle between Apple and its key chip supplier.
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The reason you always plug in USBs the wrong way, revealed – CNET

Trying to plug in a USB cord is kind of a nightmare. One of USB’s creators has explained why.
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Rise of the toy battle bots – CNET

Battle robots for consumers are gaining popularity, and they’re more powerful than ever. Chinese company GJS Robot is trying to make competitive FPS and FPV battle robots mainstream.
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Dear Brooklyn, Apple's dropping a giant glass triangle on you – CNET

Apple’s 11th store in New York City, a glass-sided building down the street from the Atlantic Terminal and Barclays Center, is set to open Dec. 2.
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Apple may make its own iPhone power management chips in 2018 – CNET

The news from Nikkei hit Apple supplier Dialog Semiconductor hard.
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'Avengers: Infinity War': What we know about Marvel's biggest film – CNET

Here’s everything we’ve discovered so far about next year’s Avengers adventure, including plot points and who we’ll see on screen.
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Chris Bangle-designed REDS EV radically alters the idea of a car – Roadshow

It’s definitely unlike anything we’ve seen before.
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