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Transportation

Boeing Successfully Tests 'Flying Car'

The aerospace company completed the first test of a prototype it hopes will one day soar across the sky over busy city streets.
China

China Blocks Microsoft's Bing, Despite Offering Censored Search

'We've confirmed that Bing is currently inaccessible in China and are engaged to determine next steps,' a Microsoft spokesperson said.
Facebook

Facebook Gets More Political With 'Community Petitions'

The new feature will let users create and support petitions, and tag politicians and local officials.
Jobs

What's the Best Job in America for 2019?

Considering a career change? You might want to check this out.
Gaming

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Drops in on 'Donkey Kong 64' Twitch Stream

She discussed 'Donkey Kong 64' gameplay and expressed her support for both the stream and the rights of transgender individuals.
Death

'Cake' Will Sweeten the Process of Dying in the Digital Age

Cake takes a no-nonsense and pleasant approach to planning your inevitable demise. Founder Suelin Chen explains.
Microsoft

Microsoft Pledges $500M for Affordable Housing in Seattle

The pledge is intended to help tackle the low and middle-income housing crisis in Seattle, but also to encourage policy change, new investment by the state, and to support organizations that help the homeless.
Smartphones

Court: Cops Can't Force You to Unlock a Phone With Biometrics

A California federal judge rules that police cannot compel users to unlock their devices with facial recognition, fingerprints, or other forms of biometrics.
Netflix

Netflix and Chill Is About to Get More Expensive

The video-streaming service is raising prices across the board.
Google

Google Faces New Internal Protest Over Forced Arbitration

A group of Google workers wants the right to sue the company over workplace harassment and discrimination claims.