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Monday, January 21, 2019
 

An ‘Assassin’s Creed’ DLC Controversy Leads the Week’s Game News

Also: hey, why do Star Wars games keep getting canceled?

Via:: Wired News

 

Is 2019 the year we stand up for protecting our privacy? Apple CEO Tim Cook says it's time

Apple and consumer groups want strong privacy legislation because consumers shouldn’t have to tolerate another year of data breaches.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Johnson & Johnson teams with Apple study to help reduce the risk of strokes

Randomized multi-year study will launch later this year and be limited to people wearing the Apple Watch Series 4 in the U.S. who are 65 or older.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

17 smart devices under $100 that will transform your home

— Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY’s…

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Netflix is in a battle royale with Fortnite in the fight for your screen time

Netflix adds 8.8 million new subscribers in fourth quarter, ahead of price increase. Still, Fortnite’s a formidable foe in the battle for your screen.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Is It Time for a Google Fitness Watch?

Fitness is what’s driving smartwatches.

Via:: Wired News

 

Why Does a Lunar Eclipse Get Called a Blood Moon?

It means that people (*cough astrologers not astronomers*) are giving names to phenomena that don’t really need cute labels.

Via:: Wired News

 

‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ and the Franchise’s Surprising Longevity

More than 30 years after the original manga began, the anime series and feature films are more popular than ever.

Via:: Wired News

 

Saturn's famous rings are a 'recent' addition to the giant planet

They’re the solar system’s most iconic feature, but Saturn’s glorious rings haven’t always been there, a new study suggests.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Facebook manager says in internal post she quit after being ‘harassed’ over views on diversity

A Facebook engineering manager said in an internal post she wants “to spend my time at a place willing to push further on diversity and inclusion.”

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 
 
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