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Recent articles by Steve:

'Jimmy Kimmel Live' fined $395,000 for using emergency alert tones

"Jimmy Kimmel Live," was hit with a $395,000 fine for using emergency alert tones during a sketch. → Read More

YouTube warns its copyright changes could result in more takedowns

YouTube changes mean copyright holders can't seize revenue on music "snippets," but they can still block content. → Read More

US Homeland Security Committee subpoenas 8chan owner

The US House Committee on Homeland Security has subpoenaed 8chan owner Jim Watkins. → Read More

Echo Fox loses its pro 'League of Legends' franchise spot

Riot games has cut Echo Fox from "League of Legends" esports league following an incident of racism. → Read More

Formula 1's underdogs struggle with the technical challenges of the sport

Formula 1 has become so technically challenging that even the world's third largest automaker can't keep up. → Read More

Apple is reportedly in talks to let Siri play Spotify tracks

Apple and Spotify are reportedly trying to thaw their very frosty relationship. → Read More

OnePlus' upcoming TV will simply be called the 'OnePlus TV'

OnePlus doesn't have a release date or any specs for its upcoming TV, but it does have a name: OnePlus TV. The company announced that it chose the very simple m... → Read More

Adobe speeds up Lightroom Classic editing with GPU acceleration

Adobe is boosting Lightroom Classic and Camera RAW with GPU accelerated editing. → Read More

DJI's Osmo 3 smartphone gimbal has a travel-friendly folding design

DJI's foldable, travel-friendly Osmo 3 smartphone gimbal arrives for $119. → Read More

Creating electricity from a bog in a bomb crater

Electric art is powered by microorganisms in a bomb crater bog. → Read More

Even DSLR cameras are vulnerable to ransomware

Cameras are among the few devices that don't connect to the internet, so you'd think they'd be immune to hackers. However, researchers have discovered that some... → Read More

Samsung's 108-megapixel mobile sensor closes in on mirrorless cameras

Samsung breaks the 100-megapixel barrier with its latest smartphone camera sensor. → Read More

Samsung's smaller Galaxy Note 10 5G model won't come to the US

Samsung is making 5G versions of both the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, but only the latter version is coming to the US, according to a graphic spotte... → Read More

Google Maps' AR walking directions comes to many more phones

Google's 'Pokémon'-like AR walking directions beta comes to modern Android and iOS phones. → Read More

Land art reminds you to maybe go offline sometimes

An enormous WiFi symbol by land artist Leon Keer reminds us that sometimes it's best to go offline. → Read More

Nintendo may have many, many more Switch consoles planned

Nintendo is definitely releasing the $200 Switch Lite handheld console on September 20th, and may release a higher-end console soon too, if rumors are to be bel... → Read More

Samsung’s first 7-nanometer EUV processor will power the Galaxy note 10

Samsung has unveiled the Exynos 9825, the processor that will likely power the Galaxy Note 10 launching later today. Its the first smartphone chip built using 7... → Read More

Adobe adds pro-level speed controls to Premiere Rush CC

Adobe has added professional-style speed controls to its mobile Premiere Rush CC app, making it much more useful for YouTubers and other creators on the go. You... → Read More

Comcast's Xfinity suffering nationwide outage

Comcast's Xfinity internet service appears to be down in regions across the US, according to Down Detector, tweets from multiple users and one of Engadget's edi... → Read More

Cloudflare cuts off extremist site 8chan after multiple shootings

Cloudflare has announced that it will no longer provide security services to the far-right site 8chan following the deadly, mass shooting by a white nationalist... → Read More