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FDA recommends that all donated blood be tested for Zika
As the virus is spreading quicker than ever, the previous guidelines have been altered to reflect the current situation.
Frank Ocean's 'Blonde' has been pirated 750,000 times
People don’t want to pay for Apple Music to listen to the new album.
Progress from 'NBA 2K17' demo carries over to the full game
'The Prelude' includes the early stuff you'd be doing anyway; this time you won't have to replay it all.
AT&T signs up HBO for its DirecTV Now streaming service
Disney already confirmed ESPN, ABC and Disney channels would be onboard.
Google Wallet introduces automatic transfers
There's no longer any need to wait on lengthy cashing out processes to get your money.
VW aims for an EV that goes 300 miles on a 15-minute charge
A company chairman stated a hopeful launch date of late 2018 or early 2019.
Tech giants pledge to close the gender pay gap
For real this time.
Broadcast your Blizzard games right now via Facebook Live
Thanks, brand synergy!
Untangling the NSA's latest alleged embarrassment
Oops, they did it again.
Baidu's all-electric self-driving car is a modified Chery EQ
China's biggest tech company swaps gasoline for electricity.
Facebook is ditching human editors from its trending topics
The social networking giant is switching to special algorithms to pull excerpts from stories culled for the section.
Ford's app lets you find and pay for garage parking
Even if you own a Chevy.
Nintendo opines on where it went wrong with the Wii U
"We have to do a better job communicating the positioning for the product."
Snapchat is rolling out behavioral targeting later this year
Now advertisers can tailor campaigns based on what kind of content Snapchat users consume.
Level is a pair of glasses that doubles as an activity tracker
It's basically Fitbit for your face.
Bloomberg: Spotify buries artists with Apple and Tidal exclusives (updated)
The streaming service reportedly makes music harder to find and keeps it out of playlists.
NASA extends the Spitzer mission for two-and-a-half years
It will look for targets for James Webb to observe more closely.
The Wii U revisited: Looking back on a forward-thinking console
The 4-year-old system is going away soon, but leaves behind a clear legacy.
The Engadget Back to School Guide
Canon's EOS 5D Mark IV has a 30.4-megapixel sensor and 4K video
The highly anticipated full-frame DSLR arrives in September for $3,499.
DJI's new Osmo+ camera adds a zoom lens
All of the other features that made us fans of the original Osmo are intact here.
Fujifilm's entry-level mirrorless will up your selfie game
The new X-A3 has 24.2 megapixels and a better flip screen.
Sun-powered bacteria turn nasty CO2 into helpful biofuel
Gene-modified soil bacteria promise eco-friendly computing
Scientists dream up a power station staffed by bacteria
Programming language makes circuits out of bacteria
Microrobots use the power of bacteria to avoid obstacles
NASA to test sugary bacteria as space-based power source
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review: Sleeker, simpler, better than ever
Basically, this is the best phone Samsung has ever made.
Samsung's new Gear VR is its most comfortable and immersive yet
It's still the best affordable option for virtual reality.
BlackBerry DTEK50 review: Cheap, secure and better than expected
That still doesn't mean it's for everyone.