Arrow's Final Episode Adds Even More Major Character Returns

Tim Miller’s pretty sure that Kitty Pryde movie is dead. Filming ends on Halloween Kills with another sneaky glimpse. Guy Pearce is ready for a spooky Christmas visitation in the BBC’s new Christmas Carol. Plus, new footage from Frozen 2, and Jumanji: The Next Level posters invite you to gaze longingly at…a horse?…

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Source: Gizmodo – Arrow’s Final Episode Adds Even More Major Character Returns

Microsoft's Surface Pro X Goes Full Batman

From the moment I opened up the Surface Pro X, I got the sense that Microsoft had entered a new chapter for its homegrown hardware. Gone are the huge bezels and hard edges found on the company’s previous detachables, and in their place you something that’s sleek and sophisticated, unlike anything Microsoft has made…

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Surprising No One, Uber Continues to Hemorrhage Cash

Beleaguered ride-sharing giant Uber continued to torch cash like an outdated Joker reference in Q3 2019, but it claims that the news is positive because parts of its business would technically be profitable if one looked past all the ways it’s losing money.

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Source: Gizmodo – Surprising No One, Uber Continues to Hemorrhage Cash

The Case for Storing Humanity's Most Important Data on Glass Drink Coasters

It sounds a bit ridiculous at first. Dozens of gigabytes of data can now be encoded on a virtually indestructible glass hard drive that’s the size and shape of a drink coaster. Microsoft just revealed a proof of concept. It’s a thin square of glass that’s been laser-etched with microscopic geometric shapes called…

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Source: Gizmodo – The Case for Storing Humanity’s Most Important Data on Glass Drink Coasters

Dark Fate's Tim Miller Helps Us Answer All Your Burning Terminator Questions

“If you have a story that lends itself to a continuation, that should kind of be there in it,” director Tim Miller told io9. “It was in T2, even if you didn’t recognize it. I don’t think it was [James Cameron’s] intention to put it there but he really did leave an open-ended story because Sarah says, ‘I don’t know…

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Maybe Don't Get Too Excited Just Yet Over Google Buying Fitbit

Last Friday, Google plunked down $2.1 billion to acquire Fitbit. If you’ve been paying attention to wearables, the news wasn’t exactly a surprise. Google has been hobbling along in the smartwatch space for what feels like eons, and despite Fitbit shelling out $23 million to buy Pebble in 2017, its foray into…

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Source: Gizmodo – Maybe Don’t Get Too Excited Just Yet Over Google Buying Fitbit

1,000 Google Employees Are Sick of Their Bosses' Half-Assed Climate Efforts

Google—a company headquartered on Earth—has not always been keen to cave to the demands of its increasingly vocal and organized staff. Nonetheless, 1,000 Googlers have now signed a letter seeking to force the company to reckon with its role in accelerating climate change, a thing that would seem to be a no-brainer.

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Source: Gizmodo – 1,000 Google Employees Are Sick of Their Bosses’ Half-Assed Climate Efforts

Is Your Workplace Slack a Surveillance Tool?

Slack markets itself as a tool to increase productivity and portrays other forms of communication, particularly email, as outmoded. Even employees who sit feet away from one another in open areas eventually prefer slacking each other rather than communicating verbally. It seems somehow easier, after all, and maybe…

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Source: Gizmodo – Is Your Workplace Slack a Surveillance Tool?

Roku's Affordable Smart Soundbar Is a No-Brainer

If you’ve been thinking about buying a fancy new Roku, I have some great news for you. You could spend $100 and get the top of the line Roku Ultra. Or you could spend $180 and get the Roku Smart Soundbar which essentially has a Roku Ultra in it. The math is simple: pay 80 extra bucks, get soundbar. If you’re really…

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Source: Gizmodo – Roku’s Affordable Smart Soundbar Is a No-Brainer

Dell's Latest Pro-Grade Monitor Has a Built-in Colorimeter and Thunderbolt 3

For high-end content creators, making sure your work’s colors are on point is a never-ending battle. So to make things a bit easier, Dell has created what it says is the world’s first 27-inch 4K monitor with a built-in colorimeter and Thunderbolt 3.

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Closed Schools, Delayed Flights, and Restricted Cars: India's Air Pollution Disaster

The air quality of Delhi, India, is growing so dangerous for human health that officials in the capital territory on Monday began to restrict vehicle use in a bid to prevent the situation from worsening. In fact, the region saw record-breaking air pollution over the weekend, according to DD News.

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Source: Gizmodo – Closed Schools, Delayed Flights, and Restricted Cars: India’s Air Pollution Disaster

Boeing Completes Dramatic Abort Test of Spacecraft That Could Take Astronauts to the ISS

NASA’s Commercial Crew Development program hit a key milestone today following an apparently successful abort test of Boeing’s CST-100 Starliner, in which the module reached 650 miles per hour (1,046 km/h) in just 5 seconds.

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Source: Gizmodo – Boeing Completes Dramatic Abort Test of Spacecraft That Could Take Astronauts to the ISS