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The US may have had some success in persuading allies to ban Huawei equipment from their 5G networks, but not everyone is convinced there's an existential threat. Financial Times sources claim the UK's National Cyber Security Centre has found that i...
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Hope you've still kept some old VHS tapes lying around, because turns out they're actually worth something. Urban Outfitters has rolled out its latest attempt to get you to buy stuff you don't need, in the form of a random assortment of five comedy video tapes from the 1990s. SEE ALSO: This raccoon influencer says they actually make good pets (but maybe stick to dogs) It's all yours for the princely sum of $40. Not only can you buy The Waterboy or A Night At The Roxbury on the...

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Spoiler warning: This article contains spoilers for Season 9 Episode 10 of The Walking Dead. The Whisperers have proven themselves to be one of the most terrifying threats in The Walking Dead, and learning more about them has only made them scarier. In Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, "Omega," the mysterious origin of the Whisperers began to unravel as the captured Whisperer Lydia recalls the early days of her and her family surviving after the zombie outbreak first...

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You can't usually show support for a game streamer in the real world outside of t-shirt and stickers, but Wicked Cool Toys is kicking things up a notch. It's introducing a line of toys themed around streamers, starting with Twitch superstar Tyler "N...
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Categories: augmentedreality, collectible, gadgetry, gadgets, games, gaming, gear, internet, mobile, ninja, streaming, toy fair 2019, toyfair, toyfair2019, toys, twitch, tylerblevins, videogames


Tech reporters never fully trust a rumor, but some rumors have more credibility than others — and few have a track record for pegging Apple releases like analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who first revealed the screen sizes and features of last year’s iPhones, among other things. Now, Kuo has released a new analyst note (via 9to5Mac and MacRumors) with his predictions across Apple’s entire lineup of devices, and he’s corroborating reports that the Cupertino company will release three iPhones in 2019...

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Apple is planning an “all-new” MacBook Pro design for this year, well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has said in a research note obtained by MacRumors. The lineup is reportedly led by a model with a screen of between 16 and 16.5 inches, which would make it the biggest screen in a Mac notebook since the 17-inch models stopped being sold in 2012. Kuo says the lineup may also include a 13-inch model with support for 32GB of RAM; right now only the 15-inch MacBook Pro can be configured with...

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Today, I learned The Verge has never written a single post that so much as mentions Animorphs. This is a travesty that will now end. Because today is also the day I am sharing this delightful video from YouTube’s retro computing and gaming enthusiast LGR, which vividly shows how an exceptionally specialized piece of early ‘90s editing software — Elastic Reality — was used to morph kids into animals, creating the eye-popping cover art for those kid thrillers back in the day. To be sure,...

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Cambridge Analytica may be no more, but those connected to it are facing an increasing amount of scrutiny. Former business development director Brittany Kaiser has confirmed to The Guardian through a spokesman that US special counsel Robert Mueller...
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Categories: brexit, brittany kaiser, brittanykaiser, cambridge analytica, cambridgeanalytica, donaldtrump, facebook, gear, internet, investigation, mueller, netflix, politics, robert mueller, russia, social network, social networking, socialnetwork, socialnetworking, thegreathack

Security vulnerabilities are horrible, but one of them is shedding light on the reach of the Chinese surveillance state. Security researcher Victor Gevers discovered that facial recognition firm SenseNets left a surveillance database completely expo...
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Categories: china, facialrecognition, gear, internet, muslim, netposa, privacy, security, sensenets, spying, surveillance, uighurs, uyghurs

Facebook should no longer be allowed to govern itself and it’s time for the government to step in as the cop on the beat, according to a new parliamentary report released tonight by the United Kingdom. The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee of the UK Parliament has published its final report after more than 18 months of investigation into Facebook and its privacy practices. Members of Parliament (MPs) have requested that social media companies be required to remove “harmful”...

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He tried to sell a $700 smart lock. His startup went belly-up, leaving employees and contractors in the cold. But now, he’s working for Apple — and leading a new smart home initiative to boot, according to a CNBC report. To be fair, Sam Jadallah’s smart lock company Otto did produce exactly the kind of gadget we’ve come to expect from Apple: a meticulously engineered device that smacks of luxury, yet with a minimalist external design that doesn’t draw too much attention to itself. And...

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The UK Parliament's Facebook document dump is close to creating serious legal trouble for the social network. According to The Guardian, the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee plans to release a report on February 18th calling on the UK gov...
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Categories: brexit, damiancollins, data, elections, facebook, gear, internet, markzuckerberg, parliament, politics, privacy, regulation, six4three, socialnetwork, socialnetworking, uk

You may want to just slow your roll for minute with this whole foldable phone thing.  While electronics giants such as Samsung are reportedly charging ahead to release smartphones that bend as early as this year, at least one major player in the space is taking this opportunity to sit back and see how it all plays out. That would be LG, whose head of mobile Brian Kwon told reporters that the company has decided now is not the right time for LG to release a phone that bends.    SEE ALSO:...

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Slowly but surely, spinning discs are dying out, and Samsung just put another nail in their coffin. The company told Forbes that it’s done producing 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray players — and CNET was able to confirm that Samsung is halting production on at least some of its 1080p Blu-ray players as well. “Samsung will no longer introduce new Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray player models in the US market,” a Samsung spokesperson told CNET. Technically, there’s still the possibility that Samsung may continue...

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John Mulaney is bringing his brand of dry, self-effacing humor back to Saturday Night Live. The gifted comic, who is himself a former SNL writer, last hosted the show in April 2018. He was and is only the third former writer who wasn't also a cast member to get the hosting gig (after Conan O'Brien and Larry David, so pretty good company). Now he's set to return on March 2, as was confirmed when he tweeted out the show's typical host announcement image from his own Twitter account. Thomas...

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There are objects in our lives that will forever be tied to childhood: a favorite toy, for example, or the first chapter book that you read and truly connected with.  For most of us, these items are forever lost — long ago consigned to the dustbin of Goodwill. Not so for Professor John Pfaff, who on Feb. 16 shared with the world a discovery that blasted him straight to his personal past: a working 30-year-old Apple IIe computer.  "Oh. My. God," he tweeted. "An Apple IIe. Sat in my...

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With a new project called Selfie Harm, photographer John Rankin Waddell, better known as Rankin, wanted to see the role social media played on self image in young people. He took photos of a group of teens aged 13 to 19, then asked them to spend a fe...
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Categories: art, cameras, depression, gear, rankin, retouching, self-image, selfieharm, thebigpicture, thenewbigpicture

Social media is increasingly the internet: Facebook was founded in 2004, and it ate the web as we knew it then — a collection of microsites and curiosities run by so many individual proprietors, individually. It used to be that personalization was what you did to your site; now it’s found in the ads you’re served. Peach — the microblogging platform— was seemingly designed against those circumscribed possibilities, as an antidote to the weird world-eating dominion of the Twitters and...

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Toy lightsabers are a lot of fun: Kids love to strike poses, swing them through the air and jab the weapons at their friends as they pretend to be Luke Skywalker, Rey or even Darth Vader and Kylo Ren. But what they can't do with a standard lightsaber...
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Essentially the Undetectable Extension Charm in a rucksack Perfect for witches and wizards, this officially-licensed Harry Potter rucksack might as well have the Undetectable Extension Charm cast on it. There’s so much storage, you might just forget where you put your golden snitch. $79.99

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Retro Red Radiance This tee takes us back to the days when you could count the number of Star Wars movies on one hand. Celebrating the release of The Empire Strikes Back in Japan, this tee shows Darth Vader’s silhouette over a foreboding starfield. Show off your love $21.99

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Safer than casting Incendio on yourself Stylish and warm, this magical oversized Sherpa hoodie features two embroidered pieces from Harry Potter: Hedwig and the symbol for Platform 9 3/4. The hood also features a gorgeous print on the inside with various designs from Harry Potter including a wi $59.99

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The North Remembers Straight from the master crafters at Winterfell comes one of the most impressive handbags we’ve ever seen. The prominent House Stark crest will let everyone know just where your allegiance lies. And rest assured, no direwolves were harmed creating $49.99

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Helga Hufflepuffs favorites This hoodie is perfect for the Hufflepuff in your life that deserves something extra special to keep them warm (they all do). It features the Hufflepuff crest next a Hogwarts “H,” so whoever wears this is representing the best wizarding scho $39.99

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To boldly go where no hat has gone before The perfect hat for your next trek amongst the stars. This Star Trek hat looks like it belongs in the future, and the gold metallic badge on the front lets everyone know who’s sitting in the captain’s chair. $24.99

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The ultimate party camouflage. This is how we picture a stormtrooper dressing during leave time... in this t-shirt with a tropical themed helmet. It’s perfect for any occasion where you want to blend Imperial ideology with fun under the sun $21.99

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Boldly go where no one has walked before Beam Captain Kirk into your sock drawer and experience adorable and extreme comfort on your next away mission. $9.99

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The Ewoks worst nightmare Manufactured by Bioworld, this officially-licensed Star Wars backpack is stylish and spacious. Now you finally have a way to proudly display your loyalty to the Empire with the Imperial crest on the back. Don’t leave your affiliation up in the air, $79.99

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Conquer Castle Grayskull Show your allegiance to Skeletor with this slightly distressed and totally nefarious tee. He could really use some competent help in his quest to become the master of the universe! $21.99

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Iron Throne on an iron budget This replica of the Iron Throne won't consume your life savings. It may consume your soul, but that's just a risk you have to take if you're going to win the game of thrones. $59.99

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Travel the known world Explore Westeros with this Game of Thrones Map Backpack. The biggest challenge is going to be doing it without humming the intro music to Game of Thrones. But we’re sure people will forgive you when they’re admiring your map of the known wor $39.99

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Show them you mean business These might be the most professional-looking socks we own, but that doesn’t mean they’re boring. And who doesn’t need a boost of that Gryffindor bravery during job interviews or presentations? We’re not saying these socks are e $9.99

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Super Sledge + Power Armor + Third Person + Big Leagues = Satisfaction. Sign up for your own Super Sledge from Fallout 4 above. Straight from our friends over at Wilson Atamoys Factory Chronicle Collectibles comes the Fallout 1:1 Super Sledge. Actual size, it's great for cosplay. $79.99

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670 caps. This life-size prop replica Fusion Core was designed by Chronicle Collectibles using Bethesda's 3D game assets to ensure accuracy. This is a great item for your desk that'll keep you charged throughout your day. $49.99

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No ugly duckling here. You can get this Fallout 1:1 Power Fist Replica AND the Fallout Atomic Atlas Power Armor Statue and display them together. Or wear the Power Fist and hold the statue in your hand. Just don't take a swing at it. $99.99

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Dont you dare interrupt our transformation sequence! Sailor Moon Monopoly combines two of our favorites: anime and board games. Collect your favorite characters from Sailor Moon: S and try not to go into debt as you do it. This version of Monopoly reskins the original with the Sailor Guardians, Dea $39.95

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Categories: toys & games, board games & tabletop

Never lose your way Naruto is surprisingly relatable… except for the whole nine-tailed beast living inside of him. But seriously, maybe Kuruma is why these Naruto socks are so comfortable. They may have a shred of the Nine-Tails within them. We’ll let you know $9.99

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What are THOSE? If Shuri didn't like T'Challa's shoes, we're really how she'd feel about these Black Panther socks. Significantly more comfortable than a skin-tight catsuit (or panther suit), these socks are more suited for lounging than fighting crime. But hey, panthers $9.99

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