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Meal kit company sued by customers who claim ‘contaminated’ lentils led to gallbladders removals | Engadget

Vegan meal kit startup Daily Harvest has been hit with two lawsuits by customers alleging they needed gallbladder removals after…

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Google will start removing abortion clinic visits from users’ location history | Engadget

Amid data privacy concerns raised by the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, Google says it will remove abortion…

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FIFA OKs sensor ball and semi-automatic offside tracking for the 2022 World Cup | Engadget

FIFA World Cup 2022 will feature an updated VAR (video assistant referee) system known as semi-automated offside technology, the international…

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A ‘Doom’ mobile game from 2005 is now playable on Windows | Engadget

A dedicated group of fans has excavated a Doom mobile game from the sands of time and made it playable…

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FCC clears SpaceX to put its Starlink satellite WiFi in vehicles | Engadget

SpaceX’s satellite internet service is officially going mobile after the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday authorized the company to provide…

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TikTok tells senators how it plans to beef up data security for American users | Engadget

In a letter to nine Republican senators, said it’s working to “remove any doubt about the security of US user…

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Engadget Podcast: Our digital privacy and rights post-Roe v. Wade | Engadget

This week, Cherlynn is joined by senior editors Jessica Conditt and Karissa Bell to discuss the United States ruling that…

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FDA says updated COVID-19 Omicron boosters won’t require new clinical trials | Engadget

A official said vaccine makers won’t need to carry out fresh clinical trials to receive approval for booster shots they’re…

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Apple needs to take fertility tracking more seriously | Engadget

Fertility apps have always been sketchy. As I’ve experienced it, it’s a Faustian bargain of sorts: Take your chances on…

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Biden will posthumously award Steve Jobs the Presidential Medal of Freedom | Engadget

The US government has no higher award with which to honor a civilian’s achievements than the Presidential Medal of Freedom.…

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