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AT&T may cancel its DirecTV auction if offers don’t improve, report claims

As services like Netflix and Hulu encroach on market share formerly held by satellite TV firms, companies like AT&T have begun looking for ways to divest their cable and pay-TV

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Microsoft and McAfee part of newly formed anti-ransomware coalition

Ransomware is a problem that’s getting worse. In an attempt to tackle the growing threat, a group of tech companies, security firms, and non-profits have created a coalition: the Ransomware

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Noctua’s massive 3.3-pound fanless cooler goes into mass production

Not everyone is a fan of passive coolers, but they offer advantages over their air and water counterparts—quietness and no breakable moving parts being the main ones. Now, a leading

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Intel, Nvidia, and Cisco among companies affected by SolarWinds hack

The SolarWinds hack has drawn a lot of attention over its effect on numerous US agencies, but the Russian government-blamed attack is widespread in scope, hitting a list of tech

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GameStop is refunding copies of Cyberpunk 2077, even if they’ve been opened

The epic disaster that is Cyberpunk 2077’s launch continues. GameStop has become the latest company to fully refund consumers who bought physical copies of the game, even if they’ve been

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Players can now try Google Stadia commitment-free for 30-minutes

Google has a new offer for those still on the fence about trying its Stadia cloud-gaming service. Starting today, users can try Stadia Pro for 30 minutes with no commitment

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Global semiconductor shortage is contributing to tech inventory woes

We’ve discussed ad nauseam how it’s virtually impossible to buy new tech products at retail this holiday season. There are plenty of theories as to what’s driving the scarcity of

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