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AT&T finalizes spinoff of DirecTV into its own company | Engadget

DirecTV is now its own company again after AT&T closed the deal with private equity firm TPG, which it first…

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Amazon violated US labor laws in Alabama union vote, labor official rules | Engadget

A National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) officer has recommended that workers at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama hold a…

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Twitter partners with Reuters and AP to boost curation efforts | Engadget

Twitter is partnering with The Associated Press and Reuters to help its curation team put credible information in front of…

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Amazon made a $55 soap dispenser that reminds you to wash for 20 seconds | Engadget

Amazon has quietly introduced a new Smart Soap Dispenser that works with its Alexa voice-activated assistant. Spotted by , the…

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Amazon’s Lord of the Rings series arrives on September 2, 2022 | Engadget

Amazon’s long-awaited The Lord of the Rings series has a release date, but don’t go rushing to stake out the…

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Twitter adds Google and Apple ID as log-in and sign-up options | Engadget

Twitter is adding two additional ways for people to log in to their accounts. Starting today, you can use your…

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The next ‘Rainbow Six Siege’ event is a teaser for ‘Extraction’ | Engadget

Ubisoft has revealed the next limited-time event for , and it could whet your appetite for . The Containment event…

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Sony adds ‘Nier: Automata,’ ‘Ghostrunner’ and ‘Undertale’ to PlayStation Now | Engadget

Sony is adding , Ghostrunner and Undertale to its PlayStation Now service, the company . Subscribers can play all three…

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Bandcamp will keep waiving its fees one day a month through the end of 2021 | Engadget

Since March 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic really took hold in most of the world, has waived its commissions on…

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Modal Electronics SkulptSynth SE review | Engadget

Over the last decade or so we’ve seen an explosion of cheap, portable synths driven largely by Korg’s deceptively powerful…

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