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Volkswagen is finally putting an electric Microbus into production


A staple of coastal California’s towns, the Volkswagen Microbus will be reincarnated as an electric vehicle.

A photographer shows what happens if you try and shoot the eclipse without a filter


The solar eclipse set to take place on August 21st is going to be a sight to behold — provided you have the proper protection for your eyes and camera.

New trailers: Molly's Game, Thor: Ragnarok, and more


The documentary Icarus recently premiered on Netflix, and if you're looking for something to watch this weekend, it's a really good choice.

Google finally enables Bluetooth audio streaming for Home speaker


Google has enabled Bluetooth audio streaming for Google Home, according to Android Police. The feature that was touted when the smart assistant was announced at Google I/O back in May.

18 space suits from science fiction, from worst to best


Space suits are cool — and complicated. Earlier this week, my colleague Loren Grush launched her new series Space Craft by seeing what wearing one is like.

The Nest thermostat might be getting a facelift


The Nest Learning Thermostat is now in its third generation, and aside from software updates, the device has largely retained its appearance since it was first introduced in 2011.

Best tech sales of the week: Amazon Gamescom deals, Best Buy Anniversary sale, and more


Whether you’re in the market for gadgets or gaming deals, there are a couple big sales happening that are worth checking out this weekend.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 might be available on September 15th


Samsung is expected to officially unveil its Galaxy Note 8 smartphone on August 23rd at an event in New York City.

What would an Obi-Wan Kenobi film mean for the future of the Star Wars franchise?


This week The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that Disney and Lucasfilm are zeroing in on Obi-Wan Kenobi as the subject for the next standalone Star Wars film.

Twitter DMs should be turned into a proper messaging app


I know Twitter these days can feel like an endless litany of commentary on the actions (and omissions) of the US president and the whirlwind of social discord that swirls in his wake as chaotically as his signature hairstyle.

What Happened to Monday is a familiar gimmick in a sci-fi story we’ve seen before


In the BBC America series Orphan Black, audiences got a little spoiled. Week after week, Tatiana Maslany would play lead character Sarah Manning and an assortment of clones.

The eclipse’s effects on animals will be wild


When the Moon blotted out the Sun over Zimbabwe during a 2001 eclipse, a pod of sleeping hippos woke up from their nap.

YouTube adds ‘breaking news’ section to homepage and mobile apps


YouTube is usually one of the first places to look for breaking news, and now Google seems to be making that even easier by adding a “Breaking News” carousel to its mobile apps and homepage, as spotted by Android Police.

Google shows how easy it is for software to remove watermarks from photos


Google’s research division today detailed just how easy it is for computer algorithms to bypass standard photo watermarking practices, stripping those images of copyright protection and making them vulnerable to reposting across the internet without credit.

Google adds autoplaying videos to search results on Android


The next time a video shows up at the top of your Google search results, it might start playing automatically — fortunately, with the sound muted.

Google is building subscription tools into AMP


Google is working on a way to allow readers to subscribe to news outlets inside of its ecosystem of Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP, according to Bloomberg.

China launches cyber-court to handle internet-related disputes


China’s new cyber-court in the city of Hangzhou will start hearing cases today that exclusively deal with e-commerce and internet-related cases, according to China Law Blog.

Sonos hints at smart speaker in privacy policy update


Sonos plans to release new speakers with built-in microphones, likely with Alexa built in, and it wants to make sure you get every single hint.

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will take two months of paternity leave this year


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the head of one of the world’s most valuable and influential corporations, says he plans on taking two months of paternity leave when his second daughter is born.

Angry gamers may have been behind last year’s web-breaking DDoS attack


Last October, a flood of traffic from the Mirai botnet brought down major portions of the internet, blocking access to Amazon, Netflix, and other services for most of the northeastern US.


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