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Verge 10/25/2020 16:54
Illustration by James Bareham / The Verge. Facebook is planning for possible chaos around the November 3rd US presidential election with internal tools it’s used before in countries like Sri Lanka and Myanmar, . The plans may include slowing the spread of posts as they begin to go viral, altering the news feed algorithm to change what content users see, and changing the rules for what kind of content is dangerous and warrants removal.
Verge 10/25/2020 12:20
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. Chrome OS may finally be getting a dark mode, but so far it’s only been channel,. Before you go tinkering with Canary just be advised: Canary is Google’s "bleeding edge" Chrome OS path, which receives daily updates of features before they’ve been widely tested.
Verge 10/24/2020 23:33
Photo credit should read JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/Getty Images. Samsung Electronics has announced the death of its chairman, Lee Kun-hee. The company says he died on October 25th with family including his son, vice-chairman Lee Jae-yong, at his side. He was 78. A cause of death was not given, but Lee had been incapacitated for many years after suffering a heart attack in 2014, causing him to withdraw from public life. Jae-yong, also known as Jay Y. Lee, has been widely assumed to take over upon his father’s passing and has been viewed as the de facto leader in recent years. . He...
Verge 10/24/2020 17:51
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge. In its latest teardown video, iFixit took apart an iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, and found that the devices look pretty similar to each other on the inside. The displays are interchangeable, iFixit found, and so are the 10.78 Wh batteries. The iPhone 12 is on the left, the iPhone 12 Pro is on the right. When they removed the camera shield on the iPhone 12, iFixit found a plastic spacer where the iPhone 12 Pro has its telephoto lens and LiDAR sensor. Both devices have 12 MP wide and ultra-wide cameras. iFixit also examined an X-ray (courtesy of Creative Electron) of the insides of the phones, which show the MagSafe wireless charging array. The X-ray of the iPhone 12 Pro appears to have a black border, but...
Verge 10/24/2020 16:40
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. Food delivery platform DoorDash has partnered with a restaurant for the first time to build a new brick-and-mortar store, the . Burma Bites, a spin off of Oakland, California-based Burma Superstar, was designed for delivery and takeout, and will offer versions of menu items from the parent restaurant as well as new items in environmentally-friendly to-go containers, DoorDash said. According to the Chronicle , all menu items are priced between $12 and $19. DoorDash did not disclose the amount of its investment in Burma Bites, but told The Verge in an email it has been working on the project for about a year. The restaurant was originally supposed to open in March, but that was delayed by the coronaviru.
Verge 10/24/2020 12:19
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. Patreon has and will no longer support creator accounts on its platform that "advance disinformation promoting the ," the company announced in a blog post. A "small number of creators" on Patreon have supported QAnon with their work, the platform says, adding it’s taking action because "a number of other online platforms become overrun with pages and groups actively focused around QAnon disinformation.".
Verge 10/24/2020 10:23
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. The Italian Data Protection Authority has started an investigation into the widespread use of bots that generate fake nude images on messaging app Telegram. The news follows an , which found that as of July 2020 more than 100,000 faked images had been generated and shared in public Telegram channels. The bots can generate fake nudes that have watermarks or that show only partial nudity, and users pay to “reveal” the whole image. Users could submit a photo of a woman to the bot and receive a version of the photo back with clothing “removed” and no indication that the image had been altered. And according to Sensity, a limited number of the bot-generated images, most of which are pulled from social...
Verge 10/24/2020 10:00
Kerry Brown / Netflix. In 1939, Alfred Hitchcock came to Hollywood. The English master of suspense would ply his trade in sunny California, and Rebecca , his first American film, would win him his first and only Oscar. Despite the acclaim, , as it was his first encounter with American censors and their stodgy Production Code, which made it nearly impossible to accurately adapt the Daphne du Maurier book on which it was based. Still, Hitchcock found a way, and we remember Rebecca now as a classic. Like other classics, Rebecca has been reinvented many times. Director Ben Wheatley’s 2020 adaptation is the latest, and it’s new on Netflix this week. Being shot in the modern era, Wheatley’s film has significantly fewer hurdles to clear, given...
Verge 10/24/2020 09:00
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge. Welcome to the weekend. In tech deals world, this week consisted mostly of a few notable Prime Day 2020 leftovers that hung around after Amazon’s big shopping event. Even those are mostly done now, but in their place are some fresh, new deals you might not have seen before — that is, unless you’ve been deal-hunting on The Verge earlier this week. With every week that goes by, we’re getting closer to Black Friday, so expect the deals to start ramping up.
Verge 10/23/2020 20:19
Samsung. Samsung would like you to believe can bridge the gap between students in the classroom and students studying at home, now that blended-learning is the new normal across the country. In reality, it’s just a slightly bigger digital whiteboard — but assuming it doesn’t cost too much, the tweaked vision does sound intriguing. Now that COVID-19 has swept the country, some students are at home while others stay in class, and Samsung’s internet-connected digital whiteboard promises to let students and teachers collaborate with each other, whether they’re in that classroom drawing on the board or adding to it in real-time from their laptop at home. The goal here isn’t to...
Verge 10/23/2020 19:32
The end of OSIRIS-REx’s sample collector, showing asteroid sample leaking out into space | Image: NASA. NASA’s OSIRIS-REx spacecraft did its job a little too well on Tuesday, when it more than 200 million miles from Earth. The vehicle actually grabbed too much material with its robotic arm, jamming the lid at the end of the arm open — and . “We were almost a victim of our own success here,” said Dante Lauretta, the principal investigator for the OSIRIS-REx mission at the University of Arizona, in a press conference. OSIRIS-REx’s mission is to so that scientists can study the rocks in a lab. But because OSIRIS-REx bit off more than it could chew, its mission team is...
Verge 10/23/2020 18:17
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. A judge in California has from the Department of Justice to reverse a previous decision allowing WeChat to remain active in US app stores. US Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler said new evidence the government presented did not change her opinion about the messaging app, owned by Chinese company Tencent app. WeChat will remain active in US app stores for the time being. “The record does not support the conclusion that the government has ‘narrowly tailored’ the prohibited transactions to protect its national-security interests,” Beeler wrote in her decision. The evidence “supports the conclusion that the restrictions ‘burden substantially more speech than is necessary to further the government’s legitimate.
Verge 10/23/2020 16:44
Image: InnerSloth. The developer of Among Us , a social intuition murder mystery game that’s fast become one of the most popular multiplayer titles of the year, is currently battling against a particularly pernicious spam attack. The spam is promoting a mysterious online handle, “Eris Loris,” and it became bad enough that Among Us studio InnerSloth had to perform emergency maintenance starting late last night. Hacking and other forms of cheating in Among Us has grown considerably since the game emerged as a this past summer, according to a . And Among Us has only grabbed more of the spotlight just these past few days, following a.
Verge 10/23/2020 16:10
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge. Buying a refurbished device rather than one that’s brand-new can save you a ton of money. However, these products don’t usually get the spotlight from retailers like Best Buy, Amazon, or B&H Photo. You also won’t find them sitting on the homepage of Apple, Google, Nintendo, Sonos, or Olympus, to name a few. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t find refurbs on these sites. First, a quick description of what “refurbished” means. If it has been refurbished, that likely means the product was either broken or roughed up enough to warrant a repair. It could also mean that whoever bought it simply decided they didn’t want it and returned it to the store. The definition of what makes for a refurbished pro.
Verge 10/23/2020 15:23
A Fortnite player fighting the new Fortnitemares ghosts. | Image: Epic Games. Fortnite kicked off its annual “Fortnitemares” Halloween event this week, and this year, you get to play as a killer ghost. In this year’s Fortnitemares mode, the Fortnite island is packed with spooky touches — a foreboding fog can hang over the island, houses have Halloween decorations, and I’ve even found a witch’s hut surrounded by rideable brooms. But the real twist in Fortnitemares happens when you die: after your untimely demise, you’re returned to the island as a ghost so you can hunt — and troll — the surviving humans. As a ghost, you can consume materials, health items, guns, and even the littered around the map so that the humans can’t use them against yo.

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