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Elon Musk's SpaceX rockets could blast us off to… Earth?     – CNET
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If we’re building rockets to send us to Mars, why not use ’em on Earth? Musk asks the question at the International Astronautical Congress in Australia.

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Harrison Ford drinks scotch, proves he's still funny     – CNET
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Commentary: The Star Wars actor takes laconic to new heights in a late show appearance.

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Get cat-ear Bluetooth LED headphones for $23.39     – CNET
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Designed with kids in mind, these adorable glowing ‘phones would make a great gift.

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Katy Perry's YouTube Red film distills her four-day livestream
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If you missed Katy Perry's four-day livestream back in June, tune into YouTube Red on October 4th. The subscription service will broadcast a full-length special showing behind-the-scenes footage from the pop star's Witness World Wide livestream event…

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Airport check-in systems fail across the globe     – CNET
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A computer glitch leaves travelers waiting.

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HMD’s revived Nokia 3310 classic mobile gets 3G
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 Nokia brand licensee HMD Global is doubling down on the tech nostalgia card it pulled out back in February, by announcing a 3G version of the colorful candybar Nokia 3310 — now with support for a handful of apps. Read More

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Confirmed: Korean crypto exchange Korbit sold to Nexon parent for $80M
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 The parent company of games giant Nexon has confirmed that it acquired Korea’s second largest cryptocurrency exchange, Korbit, in a deal that values it at just over $120 million. A spokesperson from NXC, the corporation which owns $11.5 billion-valued Nexon, confirmed to TechCrunch that it paid 91.3 billion KRW (approximately $79.5 million) for 65.19 percent of […]

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Delta's free in-flight texting service launches this weekend     – CNET
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Want to text for free during your next flight? Delta CEO says it will soon be possible.

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Russia Threatens To Shut Down Facebook Over Local Data Storage Laws
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: Facebook Inc. will be shut down in Russia next year if it fails to comply with requirements to store user data locally, according to the head of Russia’s state communications watchdog. “The law is mandatory for everyone,” Alexander Zharov told reporters Tuesday. Roskomnadzor will be forcing foreign […]

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