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Twitter lays off nearly 100 employees from its recruiting team

Nacon teases post-apocalyptic Terminator open-world game

Pressure mounts on FDA to expand pig-to-human organ transplant research

Beyerdynamic reveals Free Byrd, its first true wireless earbuds

Lego is releasing a 2,807-piece Bowser set for adults

EU will require all new cars to include anti-speeding tech by 2024

Former Theranos COO Sunny Balwani found guilty of all charges

'Skull and Bones' finally arrives on November 8th, just four years behind schedule

White House confirms Tesla is working on an 'open' Supercharger network in North America

Meta Quest headsets will soon no longer need a Facebook login

Twitter tests allowing users to co-author tweets

VW is getting into the EV battery business

Critically acclaimed card game 'Inscryption' is coming to PS4 and PS5

Human Horizons' next China-only EV will come with a robotic arm and 'light curtains'

Netflix starts using new Ambeo spatial audio tech from Sennheiser

CDPR's single-player 'Gwent' spin-off is out today on PC and mobile

NBA 2K23's $150 Championship Edition includes a year of NBA League Pass

The Hydrow Wave is a smaller and cheaper smart rowing machine

‘Star Trek: Strange New Worlds’ cements its first season with a strong finale

Roku's Streambar drops to $90 ahead of Prime Day

Reddit's collectible, blockchain-based avatars definitely aren't NFTs

ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 16 review: When two screens are better than one

The Morning After: Apple's Lockdown Mode will fend off cyberattacks on high-profile users

Samsung’s Galaxy Watch5 leaks in full ahead of expected August launch

North Korean hackers are using ransomware to attack healthcare providers, feds warn