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  1. World waits to see where a Chinese booster will come down

    World waits to see where a Chinese booster will come down

    The 20-ton booster is big enough that some parts are likely to reach the ground.

  2. Severe vulnerabilities in Dell firmware update driver found and fixed

    Severe vulnerabilities in Dell firmware update driver found and fixed

    Dell firmware update driver 2.3 can be exploited to gain kernel-level privilege.

  3. Twitter’s latest robo-nag will flag “harmful” language before you post

    Twitter’s latest robo-nag will flag “harmful” language before you post

    Follows Twitter's effort to make you read the news before you share it.

  4. SpaceX successfully lands a Starship test flight

    SpaceX successfully lands a Starship test flight

    Given that it's meant to be the basis for a lunar lander, landing it is good.

  5. Google tries to resurrect Android tablets with “Entertainment Space”

    Google tries to resurrect Android tablets with “Entertainment Space”

    Google brings a TV-like media-aggregation interface to tablet home screens.

  6. Biden backs plan to accelerate vaccine production by waiving patents

    Biden backs plan to accelerate vaccine production by waiving patents

    Experts disagree on whether patents are a bottleneck for vaccine production.

  7. At trial, Epic and Apple squeeze Microsoft over Xbox, xCloud restrictions

    At trial, Epic and Apple squeeze Microsoft over Xbox, xCloud restrictions

    Questions over Xbox restrictions, xCloud's iOS struggles serve as comparison points.

  8. Study: Using Apple’s Night Shift to improve your sleep? Don’t bother

    Study: Using Apple’s Night Shift to improve your sleep? Don’t bother

    The test was done with iPhones, but many gadgets have a similar feature.

  9. Data leak makes Peloton’s Horrible, No-Good, Really Bad Day even worse

    Data leak makes Peloton’s Horrible, No-Good, Really Bad Day even worse

    Faulty API let anyone grab users’ private data, including weight and gender.

  10. Appeals court allows parents to sue Snap over 100 mph car crash

    Appeals court allows parents to sue Snap over 100 mph car crash

    The parents argued a Snapchat filter encouraged their boys to drive recklessly.