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8 great Apple Arcade games for your new 2020 iPhone or iPad

This maker built a working Batman grappling gun in only a year

ESPN Plus is raising its annual subscription price to $59.99 in 2021

Ticketmaster will pay $10 million for hacking rival ticket seller

The LG Wing’s dual screens get a little easier to use in a new software update

Winging it

Trade-in site Gazelle is ending trade-ins

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Metro: Last Light Redux is free on GOG

Maneater and the latest Tomb Raider are among the latest free games for PS Plus subscribers

Amazon buys Wondery, setting itself up to compete against Spotify for podcast domination

Peloton tests its own exclusive music with three Elvis remixes

Most of 2020’s best holiday deals could end later this week

11 great sci-fi books from 2020 to check out on your new Kindle

Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update starts rolling out to Galaxy Note 10 devices

10 great games to play on your new 2020 VR headset

New Samsung TVs with HDR10+ will adapt to ambient lighting

A modder has made a Nintendo 64 that’s smaller than the original’s controller

Apple pulls iPhone app promoting secret parties during the COVID-19 pandemic

Vybe Together urged users to ‘get your rebel on’

McConnell ties full repeal of Section 230 to push for $2,000 stimulus checks

Everything you need to know about Section 230

The most important law for online speech

No, NFL player Russell Okung is not being paid in bitcoin

Apple loses early challenge in virtualization copyright claim

Apple supplier Lens Technology accused of using forced Uighur labor

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Boston Dynamics robots take over the dance floor in latest video

Dancing queen machine

The Brexit deal calls for DNA profiles to use a 20-year-old email app

Google inexplicably takes away wide-angle astrophotography from Pixel phones