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01.07.16
Oculus founder apologizes for how Rift pricing was handled
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Oculus founder apologizes for how Rift pricing was handled

Palmer Luckey admits he should've done a better job at setting expectations.

By N. Summers,   01.07.16
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01.06.16
Reddit published some of its best AMAs in a book
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Reddit published some of its best AMAs in a book

You, too, can own a hard copy of internet Q&A sessions.

By J. Fingas,   01.06.16
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10.06.15
Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts an early Reddit video AMA
10.06.15

Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts an early Reddit video AMA

One of Reddit's first video AMAs stars Neil deGrasse Tyson, aka your personal astrophysicist.

By J. Fingas,   10.06.15
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09.30.15
Ask the Nexus 5X and 6P developers anything right now on Reddit
09.30.15

Ask the Nexus 5X and 6P developers anything right now on Reddit

The team is on Reddit right now to answer all of your Nexus questions.

By J. Conditt,   09.30.15
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08.06.15
How real spacesuits differ from movie versions
08.06.15

How real spacesuits differ from movie versions

Apparently, no astronaut or cosmonaut has ever died before due to spacesuit malfunction.

By M. Moon,   08.06.15
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07.24.15
Stephen Hawking is hosting a week-long Q&A on Reddit next week
07.24.15

Stephen Hawking is hosting a week-long Q&A on Reddit next week

Next week you can ask Stephen Hawking anything you want

By S. Buckley,   07.24.15
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07.15.15
Former Reddit CEO says the site's about to be purged
07.15.15

Former Reddit CEO says the site's about to be purged

Steve Huffman's going to reveal Reddit's new content policy tomorrow, but one of his predecessors...

By D. Cooper,   07.15.15
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07.14.15
Reddit to host AMA about its policy on offensive posts
07.14.15

Reddit to host AMA about its policy on offensive posts

Reddit has been a bit of a mess lately. With the firing of a popular employee Victoria Taylor, unp...

By R. Baldwin,   07.14.15
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05.08.15
Google executives talk Snowden and NSA backdoors during AMA
05.08.15

Google executives talk Snowden and NSA backdoors during AMA

Senior members of Google's public policy team took to Reddit today to discuss the company's stance...

By R. Baldwin,   05.08.15
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