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iTunes Movie Rentals Now Good for 48 Hours
Apple previously only gave renters in the US 24 hours to finish a rented movie.(image)



iFixit iPhone 8 Teardown Finds Qualcomm Gigabit Modem
The teardown reveals Qualcomm's fastest modem, but a missing feature is holding it back.(image)



Apple Watch Is Sprint's First CDMA-Free Phone
The new Apple Watch is the first device on Sprint's network to make phone calls without having ever connected to the carrier's old CDMA network.(image)



Microsoft, Facebook Complete Transatlantic Marea Internet Cable
The massive internet cable, which runs from Virginia Beach, Virginia, to Bilbao, Spain, can transmit up to 160 terabits of data per second.(image)



London Slams the Door on Uber
Transport for London (TfL) will not be renewing Uber's license to operate in the city after concluding that Uber is 'not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator license.'(image)



GE's Stunning 'Unseen Stars' Takes Over Grand Central
GE celebrates women in STEM with a dazzling light show, and PCMag stopped by for a peek.(image)



Xbox 'Duke' Controller Available for the Holidays
Hyperkin are set to deliver Microsoft's 16-year-old controller in updated form this year.(image)



Walmart Will Deliver Groceries to Your Fridge While You're Out
Walmart and August team up to test a new in-home delivery concept: dropping off packages inside your home even if you're not there.(image)



Windows Store Rebranded to Microsoft Store
Microsoft's digital and physical stores will soon use the same name, but will they both expand to offer the same products?(image)



In China, VR Using HTC Vive Doesn't Need a PC Anymore
A partnership with Dalian Television and Beijing Cyber Cloud means consumers only need a Vive, not a PC to hook it up to.(image)



Hidden NES Golf Game on Switch a Tribute to Satoru Iwata
The game is playable once a year on July 11 and should act as a way of remembering the much-loved former president and CEO of Nintendo.(image)



Facebook Hands Over 3K Russia-Linked Ads to Congress
Facebook initially shared details about the ads with former FBI director Robert Mueller's special counsel, but did not provide Congress with as much data, citing privacy concerns.(image)



Hurricane Maria Knocks Out 95 Percent of Puerto Rico Cell Sites
'Getting Puerto Rico's communications networks up and running will be a challenging process, particularly given the power outages,' FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said.(image)



SEC Probes Whether Hackers Used Stolen Data for Illegal Trades
The agency was hacked in 2016, which 'may have provided the basis for illicit gain through trading,' it revealed this week.(image)



Ford Trying Out New Car Designs Using HoloLens
Ford has been testing HoloLens for the past year in Dearborn, Mich., and is now expanding its use of this technology 'across the globe.'(image)



Disabling Bluetooth, Wi-Fi on iOS 11? Don't Use Control Center
Control Center only partially disables Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, and re-enables them later.(image)



CCleaner Hackers Targeted Top Tech Firms' Trade Secrets
The hackers specifically targeted at least 20 high-profile tech firms, which were 'served specialized secondary [Stage 2] payloads,' according to Cisco Talos researchers.(image)



Report: Tesla, AMD Developing Self-Driving Car AI Chip
GlobalFoundries says CEO Sanjay Jha didn't mean to explicitly name Tesla as a partner, but it seems the partnership might indeed be in the works.(image)



Flappy Bird Doesn't Work on iOS 11 and Never Will
Developer Dong Nguyen decides not to update his 32-bit iOS game, meaning iOS 11 users won't be able to play it.(image)



Report: iPhone X Production Hasn't Started Yet
The iPhone X is meant to launch on November 3, but production delays suggest it's going to be very hard to lay your hands on one this year.(image)



Google Pays $1.1B for HTC's Pixel Team
Google gets access to intellectual property while HTC talent joins its hardware team.(image)



$399 Android One Moto x4 Is the Newest Project Fi Handset
Users have been asking for more affordable devices that work with Project Fi. The Android One Moto x4 is Google's answer.(image)



Forget Disneyland: How About a Micro-Amusement Park?
'Micro-amusement parks' from LA-based Two Bit Circus could revitalize dying malls with VR, immersive video games, robot bartenders, and other high-tech entertainment.(image)



More Data Leaked in First Half of 2017 Than All of 2016
Approximately 1.9 billion data records were leaked, lost, or stolen in the first half of the year, up from the 1.38 billion instances in all of 2016, Gemalto says.(image)



Nest Tips $499 Home Security System, Smart Doorbell
The Alphabet-owned company has a slew of new home security gadgets, including the Nest Secure alarm system, Hello video doorbell, and Cam IQ outdoor camera.(image)



Kohl's Will Now Pack, Ship Amazon Returns for Free
At launch, the service will be available in 82 Kohl's stores across Los Angeles and Chicago,(image)



Fujitsu Develops Wearable Hands-Free Speech Translation Device
Trials of the device will be carried out in Japanese hospitals before expanding to tourism and public service roles next year.(image)



Apple Music Android App Gets User Profiles, 'OK Google' Support
You can now create a profile and follow others to see what they're jamming out to and the playlists they've shared.(image)



Belkin Solves the iPhone 'Listening While Charging' Problem
The 3.5mm Audio + Charge RockStar Adapter offers access to a Lightning port and headphone jack using one dongle.(image)



Save $800 on 15.6-Inch Dell Latitude 15 5000 Laptop
Inside, it has a sixth-generation dual-core Intel Core i7 CPU, a dedicated AMD Radeon R7 M360 graphics card, 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, Bluetooth 4.1, and Wi-Fi support.(image)