Day: November 5, 2018

Once Upon a Deadpool is Deadpool 2 in a PG-13 wrapper – CNET

Deadpool 2 is returning to theaters in a re-edited form while adding Fred Savage… because of course. …read more Source:: CNet

Amazon Plans To Split HQ2 Evenly Between Two Cities, Report Says

Amazon plans to split its second headquarters evenly between two locations rather than picking one city for HQ2, WSJ reported Monday, citing a person familiar with the matter, a surprise decision that will spread the impact of a massive new office across two communities. From the report: The driving force behind the decision to build…

Dodge turned a Hellcat Redeye into a sleigh for the holidays – Roadshow

The little Hellcat emblem even has antlers! Aww. …read more Source:: CNet

Thoma Bravo Buys Veracode

Broadcom will sell Veracode, acquired last year by CA, for $950M to Thoma Bravo as it broadens its security portfolio. …read more Source:: DarkReading

Watch OS 5.1.1 is out after Apple’s earlier update bricked some smartwatches – CNET

Watch OS 5.1 was originally pulled last week. …read more Source:: CNet

Look up! Taurid meteor shower could light up your night – CNET

The longer-lasting, brighter-burning fireballs are hitting their peak. …read more Source:: CNet

Supreme Court Rejects Industry Challenge of 2015 Net Neutrality Rules

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused a request by the Trump administration and the telecommunications industry to wipe away a lower court decision that had upheld Obama-era net neutrality rules aimed at ensuring a free and open internet. The justices’ action, however, does not undo the 2017 repeal of the policy. A report adds:…

Tim Berners-Lee unveils ‘contract’ to protect and strengthen the web – CNET

Facebook and Google are among the list of 60 initial backers of the web creator’s vision to make the web a better experience for future generations. …read more Source:: CNet

7-Eleven joins cashierless trend with grab-and-go test – CNET

The convenience store slurps up the Amazon Go concept with a trial in Dallas. …read more Source:: CNet

The Year OnePlus Started Ignoring Fans

OnePlus has made a name for itself selling devices that punch above the price class. The Chinese smartphone maker has also built a loyal fanbase by proactively reaching out to its users and incorporating the changes and suggestions they make in its product lineup. But as the company grows bigger and embarks on a new…