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The week started Sunday with the end of Fortnite as we understood it. The island was drawn into a great void in a remarkable season 10 ending, leaving the video game unplayable for nearly 2 days. It returned Tuesday as Chapter 2 with a new area for gamers to check out.

Meanwhile, back in the real life, the Federal Communications Commission formally authorized T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint, Google revealed 5 brand-new devices, consisting of the much expected Pixel 4 phone, and social networks took the spot as soon as again for how it’s stabilizing doubtful posts with totally free speech rights.

Here are a few of the week’s stories we do not desire you to miss out on: 

Players with quadriplegia are utilizing neuroscience and computer game to handle the world.


About 30,000 start-ups have actually registered in the accelerator’s online program, as the renowned organization attempts to conquer its insular image.


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Amazon is flooding the marketplace with Alexa items. Google states that isn’t needed.


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HBO’s parody of tech culture is ending, however Mike Judge, Thomas Middleditch and the gang state its romance will withstand.


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Social media is at the center of media and politics, however its strategy to prepare for what may be available in 2020 appears weak. Let’s ask Twitter’s CEO about it — together.


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Worker motions have actually grown throughout the tech market, with a minimum of half a lots taking hold at the world’s most significant online shop.


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We visited Tesla’s test laboratory to discover simply how the Model 3 made a lot of security stars.

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Touch screens are old news.


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Why I attempted it, and how you can too.


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