Disney’s CEO Says Reports of ESPN’s Demise Are Ridiculous

CBS Television Get ready Trekkers! CBS said today that it will be launching a brand new Star Trek  series starting in January 2017. The show will be set in the Star Trek universe but will introduce new characters, civilizations, and worlds. And you won’t be able to catch most of it on TV. “This new series …

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The Supreme Court May Have Nuked the Paris Climate Deal

Last December at the Paris climate talks, the United States promised the world it would do its part to fight global climate change. Today, the US Supreme Court made that promise more of a maybe. In a late-day announcement, the country’s highest court said it will not enforce the Clean Power Plan—the …

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New Hampshire Primary Liveblog: Trump and Bernie Win

New Hampshire residents took to the polls today, becoming the first in the country to cast their ballots in a presidential primary. While Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton walked away with first place finishes during the Iowa caucuses last week, Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders have been leading the New …

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Google Is Giving Away 2GB of Free Drive Storage Today

Google is giving away 2GB of Drive space today. In what’s become an annual tradition, Google is again offering free Google Drive storage space to users who go through a brief account security checkup. The checkup will take less than a minute to review things like your two-step verification settings, account …

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Apple Could Face Class-Action Lawsuits Over iPhone's Error 53

At least one U.S. law firm is looking into bringing a class-action lawsuit against Apple over the “Error 53” issue affecting certain iPhone owners. Seattle-based law firm PCVA is investigating a potential class-action lawsuit over the security feature that could leave some iPhone users with bricked phones, The Guardian reported. …

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FCC Plan to Unlock the Set-Top Box May Be Too Little, Too Late

A new Federal Communications Commission proposal to “unlock the cable box” is receiving the kind of hype and adulation usually reserved for royal weddings and rocket launches. “Requiring cable-TV systems to make room for competing devices should similarly lead to a boom in new types of services and technologies,” the …

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Gmail Will Now Flag Emails From Non-Encrypted Sources

It’s Safer Internet Day and Google is celebrating in the traditional fashion: shaming internet companies that don’t encrypt their traffic. From today, any messages that Gmail users send or receive from email providers that don’t support TLS encryption will be flagged with a tiny unlocked padlock icon. Clicking the padlock brings …

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Review: Charming ‘Unravel’ Will Tie You in Knots

Image: EA It’s easy to fall in love with Unravel. How could you not? The highly anticipated downloadable game stars a little person made of yarn who leaps across chasms, swings on branches, and scrambles up hills modeled after the idyllic Swedish countryside surrounding independent game developer Coldwood’s office. It’s …

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