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Welcome to the weekend. If you're still holiday shopping (or haven't started yet), then this might be a good time to mention that Amazon extended its free shipping before Christmas deadline through today. Now, for this week's news.
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Bugging, hacking and using burner phones are just part of what Uber was allegedly up to under former CEO Travis Kalanick.
A mass transit feature for Google Maps will make sure you don't miss your stop.
The always-sketchy, ever-scammy, and terminally exploitative online ad industry is starting to get replaced in favor of cryptocurrency mining -- the nonconsensual use of a website visitor's computer to make more imaginary coins.
This 11-person startup left design decisions for their convertible laptop up to the community, and according to Chris Velazco, it looks like that was an excellent idea. It's not perfect, but the Eve V is a surprisingly worthy Surface Pro competitor.
But wait, there's more...
- What do made-for-AI processors really do?
- Facebook's 'ticker' is no more
- Set sail with your pals in a new 'Adventure Time' game
- NBC is adapting a US version of 'The IT Crowd'
- Google's high-quality Home Max speaker goes on sale for $399
- Net neutrality is dead: What happens now?
- iMac Pro hands-on: It's fast, but who is it for?
- Samsung's 2018 Notebook 9 lineup includes MacBook, Surface challengers
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