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Google’s CEO is pushing for hyper-efficient airports and other moonshots

The Google we already know controls our pockets, makes sense of the web and wants to understand our behavior. That one company already has such extensive reach is pretty crazy, which also raises a weighty question: What would a Google 2.0 look like?… http://dlvr.it/6xP6z9

Engadget Daily: iPhone 6 and 6 Plus review, the future of virtual payments and more!

Did you hear? iOS 8 is ripe for the picking, and lucky for you, we’ve already taken it for a test drive. Read on for Engadget’s news highlights from the last 24 hours, including our iPhone 6 and 6 Plus review, everything you need to know about… http://dlvr.it/6xN9c7

You’ll be able to drive a car in ‘Final Fantasy XV’

Timed perfectly for this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Square-Enix’s unveiled a new teaser for its next (long in development) Final Fantasy. There’s boyband hairstyles, broody protagonists, big-ass swords… and a fancy car you drive around in. Watch, and… http://dlvr.it/6xMkgC

Tim Cook makes Apple’s policies on privacy and security clearer

Whatever you think of Apple’s commitment to its user’s security as of say… two weeks ago, CEO Tim Cook seems to be following up on his promise to bring more clarity to the company’s efforts. Tonight he posted a letter to Apple customers on the… http://dlvr.it/6xMHdG

It only takes $9,000 to join this social network

True or False: You don’t go on Facebook anymore, because it’s such a drag not being able to talk about your private jet’s new upholstery. After all, a few of your old friends post regularly about student debt and (gasp) mortgage payments, and it’ll… http://dlvr.it/6xLrdw

Amazon’s new budget tablets include 6- and 7-inch sizes, as well as a kids edition

Here’s the funny thing about Amazon: Because it’s already selling you stuff, it has an easy way of knowing when a product category is starting to take off. Case in point: budget tablets. After reading lots of user reviews complaining about cheap,… http://dlvr.it/6xL2Lt

Amazon gives its flagship Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 a modest spec boost

If you’ve ever seen a TV commercial for Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets, you know the company isn’t shy about comparing itself to Apple. Indeed, the retail giant is hoping you’ll buy its flagship Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 this holiday season instead of a… http://dlvr.it/6xL2LG

Amazon’s $200 Kindle Voyage is the Rolls-Royce of e-readers

Perhaps Amazon sold a lot of 3G Paperwhites without special offers. Or maybe Kobo’s Aura HD has quietly taken the world by storm and Jeff Bezos decided he needed an answer. Whatever the impetus, Amazon has decided there is room in the world for a… http://dlvr.it/6xL2Jy

The Uber effect: how San Francisco’s cab use dropped 65-percent

Hailing a ride has never been easier — just take out your phone, tap on an app and wait for your internet-wrangled chauffeur to arrive. Companies like Uber and Lyft have are reinventing the transportation industry, and traditional taxi services are… http://dlvr.it/6xKcL2

GDC award for culture critic Anita Sarkeesian led to bomb threat

A bomb threat was made regarding a speaker and award recipient at the Game Developer’s Choice Awards (part of the annual Game Developer’s Conference) in San Francisco this past March. Anita Sarkeesian (pictured above), host of Tropes vs. Women in… http://dlvr.it/6xKB29

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