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Best Prime Day Xbox One deals 2020: What to expect

As Amazon Prime Day approaches, with a start date of October 13, there’s one category of shoppers both Amazon and Digital Trends are keeping front of mind: Gamers. And if you, like millions of others, make Xbox One your gaming device of choice, we have some good news for you. Prime Day is one of…

Study finds a good reason to stop drinking soda while breastfeeding

A new study has found a good reason to stop drinking sugary drinks like soda and fruit juice while breastfeeding, warning that a high-sugar diet in the months immediately following pregnancy may cause cognitive development delays in offspring. The research comes from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and involved 88 participants who said they drank sugary…

Wyze Thermostat preorders go live just in time for winter

The latest connected home product from Wyze, the Wyze Thermostat, has arrived. Consumers can now preorder the device, which is currently listed as shipping in December. As with other devices previously introduced and released by Wyze, the new Thermostat has a budget-friendly price, making it an inexpensive way to start automating one’s home. The Wyze…

BenQ W3280U Review : Gaming, movies, good for all

The BenQ W3280U doesn’t have a punchy name, and it doesn’t roll any sort of flashy borders or big logos. Instead, the BenQ W3280U is made to provide a solid monitor that’s worth what it’ll cost. The main product is the 32-inch IPS LCD panel with LED backlighting and 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution. This…

Baldur’s Gate 3 early access now available with a Mac surprise

After a longer wait than initially expected, Baldur’s Gate 3 has officially launched in early access. It’s been a long road to get to this point, as it’s been 20 years since Baldur’s Gate 2 first launched. The road is longer yet, as this early access period is set to last quite some time while…

Facebook Portal update adds Netflix, Zoom, and new AR stories

Facebook has announced an update for its Portal products that add support for one of the most common streaming entertainment apps on the market, Netflix, as well as a few other notable features, including two that leverage the smart camera. The new support joins the relatively large number of apps that already support Portal TV,…

The Supreme Court is taking on Google and Oracle one last...

Ten years after Oracle first sued Google over the code in the Android platform, the two tech giants are finally facing off in the Supreme Court. Since then, there have been three trials and two appeals. Billions of dollars are at stake; many millions have been likely spent on a parade of seasoned litigators, expert…

As movies slip and Regal shuts doors again, many theaters may...

James Bond may have been the last straw for Regal and Cineworld, but analysts I spoke to agree: the only thing that will truly save movie theaters in the United States is a COVID-19 vaccine. On Thursday, Regal Cinemas — the second-largest theater chain in the US with 536 theaters and 7,076 screens — will…

Facebook completely bans QAnon and labels it a ‘militarized social movement’

Facebook has banned all forms of content related to the radical fringe conspiracy group QAnon with the exception of posts from individual profiles, marking the company’s most dramatic escalation in the fight against misinformation and what Facebook is calling “militarized social movements.” The company announced the change on its website as an update to its…

Arlo’s new wire-free Pro 4 camera doesn’t need a smart home...

Arlo has announced two new security cameras: the Pro 4 Wire-Free Spotlight Camera and the Ultra 2 Wire-Free Spotlight Camera System. You can preorder both cameras now; the Pro 4 starts at $199.99 and the Ultra 2 starts at $299.99. Both cameras are wire-free. That makes them easier to set up and more convenient to…

YouTube will now let you pay to QA test new features

YouTube has changed the way it tests new features: it’s now allowing its Premium subscribers access to experimental products in the development pipeline, according to XDA-Developers. Previously, those features were tested by Google users picked at random to beta test. Currently, the new features available for Premium subscribers to test include watching videos with sound…

In a pandemic-driven world, trust in science is rising

Trust but verify — People expect their governments to support science, use it for environmental problems. John Timmer - Oct 6, 2020 9:02 pm UTC Enlarge / Scientists doing what they do best.Last week, the Pew Research Center released the results of a series of polls that explored how the populations of 20 different countries…