Grindr adds more transgender-inclusive features
You can specify your identity and choose preferred pronouns.
Microsoft sued over HoloLens patent infringements
A Connecticut-based firm claims Microsoft "wilfully" ignored its holographic imaging patents.
Apple research gives a peek at its self-driving car plans
The study shows how it spots cyclists and pedestrians using fewer sensors.
The Morning After: Wednesday, November 22nd 2017
Belgium moves to ban 'Star Wars Battlefront 2'-style loot boxes
Hawaii is also looking to clampdown on micro-transactions.
ProtonMail will use encryption to lock down your contacts list
You can store contact information that even the provider can't see or tamper with.
Google voice recognition could transcribe doctor visits
It's betting that speech detection could save doctors valuable time.
Live-action Pokémon movie lands its lead actor
Justice Smith, star of Netflix's 'The Get Down,' has been cast in 'Detective Pikachu.'
Google Shopping is becoming a lot like browsing on Amazon
Search results with related items are just the start.
Dark streaks on Mars may not be caused by flowing water
New evidence points to shifting sand and dust, not liquid.
FTC may investigate TripAdvisor over deleted posts, but it isn't yet
In a letter, the commission said it was considering relevant information.
Apple buys the creator of a 'seamless' mixed reality headset
It suggests Apple is very interested in wearable AR and VR tech.
Steam tweaks community reviews to fight spam
Combating the few manipulators that drown out most of the voices.
First observed interstellar object is a speedy, cigar-shaped asteroid
It has been traveling for hundreds of millions of years.
New York AG blasts FCC for refusing to help fight net neutrality spam
It's probably not going to get a warm response.
MIT's DIY muon detector sniffs out cosmic particles
And it only costs $100 to build.
Uber hid data breach that exposed info for 57 million users
The company has inherited one more big scandal from its former CEO.
EA patches 'Star Wars Battlefront II' to address technical issues
Patch 0.2 is available now for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
ProPublica: Facebook advertisers can still discriminate by race
Facebook VP says approvals were "a failure in our enforcement."
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'Rez Infinite' arrives on your phone through Daydream VR
You don't need to be tethered to experience virtual bliss.
'Valkyria Chronicles' sequel will go back to its strategy roots
'Valkyria Chronicles 4' is coming to PS4, Xbox One and Switch in 2018.
'Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp' comes to your phone November 22
Nintendo's free-to-play mobile game is going global.
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Judge rules NYPD needed a warrant before using cell-site simulator
Court rules Stingray use without a warrant violates Fourth Amendment
ICE insists it doesn’t use Stingrays to track undocumented immigrants
Researchers use rideshare vehicles to uncover stingray use
Federal agents used a Stingray to track an immigrant's phone
House bills would ban warrantless use of fake cell sites
Amazon Echo Plus review: Alexa, is this all you've got?
It sounds better, but it’s not a huge step forward.
iPhone X review: Embrace the new normal
Apple’s latest reinvention will take some getting used to.
Amazon Cloud Cam review: A Nest Cam rival with Alexa smarts
Amazon expands into the smart home once again.