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Less than a month before tough new European privacy rules take effect, there are growing concerns from regulators, publishers, and privacy watchdogs about the ways that two internet giants—Google and Facebook—plan to implement the regulations. The critics say the companies are squelching the promise of the new rules, and will leave European internet users no …

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Cyberpunk 2077 will be CD Projekt Red’s first game outside The Witcher universe, and its first foray into science fiction. Based on the Cyberpunk series of tabletop games, it is, as its name suggests, inspired by the pioneers of the cyberpunk subgenre – namely William Gibson and Bruce Sterling. We can therefore expect plenty of cyborgs, AI, benighted cities, and …

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The 2018 Hyundai Kona. These are press shots from the media drive in Hawaii, but we borrowed ours from the Chicago-region press fleet. Hyundai The Kona’s cabin features leather seats in Limited and Ultimate spec. Hyundai The 1.6L turbocharged GDI engine comes in either Limited or Ultimate trims. Hyundai A 2018 Kona SEL. This loses …

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Close observers of Apple’s networking products—surely they exist—know that the company hasn’t updated its Airport line of Wi-Fi routers since 2013. That’s so many iPhones ago! This week, the company made it official: It will no longer churn out Airport Express, Extreme, or Time Capsule routers. Rather than mourn the end of an era, take …

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When it came time for the Marvel Cinematic Universe to build towards the top villain threat at the end of the first Avengers, it was a no-brainer. Marvel has like three potential villains for that role and since Dr. Doom and Galactus are Fantastic Four characters and off-limits (at least for now), that leaves Thanos …

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Whether it is Cambridge Analytica gaining access to private information on up to 87 million Facebook users, or the large-scale data breaches at Equifax or Yahoo, alarmingly loose standards for the use and protection of customer data continue to fuel a backlash against large tech companies. More importantly, these events demonstrate the need for a global …

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Since you’re probably reading this while waiting in line to see Avengers: Infinity War, we tried to find a few Hulk-size deals for you this weekend. With a little help from our friends at TechBargains, who spend all their waking moments scouring the ‘net for great tech sales. Be sure to check out the hot …

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As you know, Den of Geek plays all the latest and greatest games, bringing you reviews, previews, and tons of in-depth features on your favorite franchises, both new and old. There’s our review of the excellent God of War and our early impressions on the promising Dragon Quest XI. If you dig through our lengthy archive …

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When Candice Morgan joined Pinterest in 2016 as the company’s first-ever head of diversity and inclusion, her goals initially centered on improving diversity within the company. The San Francisco company had set lofty goals for bringing more women and minorities into its engineering team, and Morgan had spearheaded new apprenticeship programs to bring in young …

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If you’ve ever applied for a job, chances are someone has run a criminal background check on you. But what exactly does that mean? “There’s often a misconception that you can order a one-stop shop of information on a person, but that doesn’t exist,” says Melissa Sorenson, the executive director of the National Association of …

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