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

This week, Cherlynn is joined by senior editors Jessica Conditt and Karissa Bell to discuss the United States ruling that overturned Roe v. Wade, and how, in our digital age, it affects the most vulnerable in our communities. Then, our hosts look at the Supreme Court ruling that guts the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to …

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

A Food and Drug Administration official said COVID-19 vaccine makers won’t need to carry out fresh clinical trials to receive approval for booster shots they’re updating for newer Omicron variants. Dr. Peter Marks, who runs the FDA’s Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, told Reuters the agency will use data from trials for vaccines that …

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The Steam Deck’s manual FSR mode gives it upscaling superpowers

AMD’s FixelityFX Super Resolution 2 is getting a lot of headlines these days. But the previous version of the tech is still pretty good, and it’s also integrated into AMD GPUs on a hardware level. That includes RDNA 2 APU systems, like the one crammed into the Steam Deck. And today, PCWorld contributor Keith May …

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Biden will posthumously award Steve Jobs the Presidential Medal of Freedom

The US government has no higher award with which to honor a civilian’s achievements than the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Handed out at the discretion of the Commander in Chief, the MoF celebrates “an especially meritorious contribution to the security or national interests of the United States, world peace, cultural or other significant public or …

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Prime Day SSD & storage deals 2022: What to expect and early deals

Amazon’s summer version of Black Friday is just around the corner, and when Prime Day sales begin on July 12, they should bring juicy price drops on PC hardware. Prime Day SSD and storage deals in particular were a highlight in previous years—and you can already snag early discounts starting right now. To shop, you’ll …

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Sonos’ latest refurbished sale knocks $360 off the Arc soundbar

Sonos has discounted many of its refurbished speakers to some of the best prices we’ve seen. A refurbished Arc will set you back just about $540, which is a whopping $360 cheaper than a brand new model. The Sonos Five, one of our favorite music-focused speakers, normally costs $549, but a refurbished model is on …

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Ducati’s first electric motorcycle is designed for MotoE racing

Ducati has unveiled not just its first electric motorcycle but a key piece in the 2023 season of MotoE e-motocycle racing, it announced. The V21L prototype has that classic Ducati look but is swathed in carbon fiber and packs a 150HP electric motor with a 18kWh battery. As detailed in an announcement last year, Ducati …

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Meta allows select creators to post their NFTs on Facebook

Non-fungible tokens have arrived on Facebook. Meta has confirmed to TechCrunch that it has started giving select creators in the US the power to post digital collectibles on their profiles. While it’s unclear if and when the feature will make its way to more users — Meta called the release a “slow rollout” — company …

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