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Show Us The Halloween Costume You Wore That Literally No One Understood

They just didn't get your genius.

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Fast Company

Connie Lin

NAACP buys ownership stake in machine-learning-powered startup Hello Alice

The data-driven platform focuses on empowering underrepresented business leaders, making it a fitting investment for the organization.

The NAACP doesn’t typically tango with the venture capital world, but in an “unprecedented move,” it’s taking an ownership stake in machine learning-powered startup Hello Alice.

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Liz Cheney accuses Bannon of planning capitol insurrection

Liz Cheney has recently accused Steve Bannon and Donald Trump of being involved in the planning of the insurrection at the Capitol on January 6. National correspondent for Bloomberg Businessweek Joshua Green reports.

The Verge

Chaim Gartenberg

Mythic Quest has been renewed for a third and fourth season on Apple TV Plus

Mythic Quest has been renewed for a third and fourth season on Apple TV Plus, Apple announced today, marking the biggest commitment yet to one of its streaming originals.

The show stars Rob McElhenney (who co-created the series) as Ian Grimm, the ambitious and self-centered creative director of a popular fictional video game, along with Charlotte Nicdao as Poppy Li, the lead engineer and co-creative director who works — and often fights — with Grimm over the direction of the...

The Verge

Andrew Webster

Locke and Key’s second season is darker but loses the magic

Image: Amanda Matlovich / Netflix

Netflix’s show about teens fighting demons with magical keys is back, but Locke and Key’s second season makes some big changes. The pace is faster, the tone is darker, and with that, it loses some of the magic that made the show so interesting in the first place.

Things don’t start out so dark, though. At the outset of Locke and Key’s second season, things are going well for the Locke family. After dealing with the death of their father and...

The Verge

Andrew J. Hawkins

‘Driverless’ Tesla crash in Texas wasn’t actually driverless, NTSB says

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The driver and passenger seats were both occupied in a Tesla Model S that crashed into a tree outside of Houston on April 17th, killing both occupants, according to the National Transportation Safety Board.

The crash made news when local investigators on the scene initially reported that neither body recovered from the Telsa was behind the wheel. Mark Herman, a constable from Harris County Precinct 4, told KHOU that one of the men killed was in the front passenger...


Sources: Simmons skips workout over tight back

Ben Simmons' status for the Sixers' game Friday against the Nets remains unclear after he did not take part in a scheduled individual workout and briefly received treatment for back tightness, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.


Need a new computer? This refurbished iMac is less than $700.

Save over $600: As of October 21, this refurbished iMac from 2019 is on sale for just $689.99 at Woot. That's over 45% off its original retail price.

The best time to buy any Apple product is when a new one comes out. Why? Because that's when you finally see the prices drop on the older ones. Case in point: A colorful new iMac graced us with its presence in May 2021. Now, you can score a 2019 iMac for over $600 off. Cha-ching.

As of October 21, you can snag a refurbished iMac from 2019 for...


Scoop up a Samsung 55-inch QLED TV on sale for its best price ever

Save $250: The Samsung QN90A 55-inch class QLED 4K TV is down to just $1,297.99 at Amazon as of Oct. 21. This 16% discount marks the lowest price we've ever seen on this 2021 model.

Now that early Black Friday deals are here, it's time to pick out that new TV you've had an eye on. One great option: a 2021 Samsung QLED TV that's great for... pretty much everything.

Sit back and relax in front of the 2021 Samsung 55-inch Neo QLED QN90A 4K TV that's now on sale for $1,297.99 at Amazon. It's the...


Save 33% on this 5-speed Nutribullet blender

Save $50: As of Oct. 21, the NutriBullet 5-Speed Blender in Dark Gray is 33% off at Best Buy. You'll pay $99.99.

From post-workout protein shakes to creamy winter soups, you'll find a use for a blender no matter your culinary abilities.

Some of the fancier models can run upwards of $700, especially if they have features like variable speed control and smart recognition of container size. But for those who want a simpler (and more affordable) option, the NutriBullet 5-Speed Blender is a great...

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If You're Having A Bad Day, You Probably Need One Of These 38 Things

Featuring practical products to help fix a problem as well as things to help you de-stress after a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day.

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James Dator

6 burning questions entering Week 7 of the NFL

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Here’s what I’m looking for this week.

We’re fast approaching the mid-point of the season and have a pretty good sense where things are going — or do we? I’m still really not sure who’s a contender in the AFC outside of the Bills and Ravens. As for the NFC ... might as well just insert a thousand shrug emojis. I mean, I like the Cowboys, Cardinals and Bucs, but it still feels wide open.

Now, here’s what I’m looking to find out in...

Fast Company

Kristin Toussaint

Only 2 of 52 top oil and gas companies have science-based climate targets

Many don’t even consider the emissions from people using their products in their climate goals.

If we want to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement, which looks to limit global warming to well below 2 (ideally 1.5) degrees Celsius, then we have to stop extracting and burning fossil fuels. That reality is a threat to oil and gas companies, which—in the face of increased pressures—have set emissions targets that they claim are in line with the Paris Agreement. But those targets are...

The Verge

Cameron Faulkner

Razer’s Kraken V3 headsets offer a redesigned look with refined sound

The middle-of-the-road Kraken 3 HyperSense is shown here. It costs $129.99 and plugs into devices via its USB-A plug. | Razer

Razer has announced the Kraken V3 lineup, which has a refreshed design and new features. At the top of the offering is Razer’s wireless Kraken V3 Pro, which costs $199.99 and has built-in haptics. If wireless isn’t important to you, the Kraken V3 HyperSense for $129.99 has the same haptics feature, but with a few other tweaks. The $99.99 wired Kraken V3...

The Verge

Tom Warren

Razer launches its own PC components with liquid coolers, case fans, and power supplies

Razer’s new PC components. | Image: Razer

Razer is expanding into PC components today with the launch of all-in-one (AIO) liquid coolers, case fans, and even platinum-rated power supplies. As you’d expect, all three include RGB lighting, a signature of Razer hardware. There’s even a PWM fan controller that will control up to eight fans and integrates into Razer’s Synapse software.

The Razer Hanbo is the company’s all-in-one cooler with an addressable RGB pump cap. Razer has...

The Verge

Cameron Faulkner

Razer’s futuristic Zephyr mask is available today, starting at $99.99

The Zephyr is apparently light enough to accompany you on a jog, assuming you want some extra attention. | Razer

Razer’s Zephyr face mask is available to the public after several months of tweaking features and beta testing with Razer super fans. You can purchase it starting tonight at 11PM ET / 8PM PT from Razer.com in two configurations. The most basic kit for $99.99 includes the mask, a carrying tote, a USB-C charging cable, anti-fog spray, and three sets of replaceable N95...

The Verge

Andrew J. Hawkins

Tesla’s driving data storage system hacked by Dutch investigators

Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

A team of Dutch forensic researchers have decrypted Tesla’s data storage system, providing access to a trove of information that could be useful in crash investigations. (The news was first reported by Reuters.)

It’s no secret that Tesla records information about its customers’ driving behavior, both to improve its advanced driver assistance system, Autopilot, and also in the event of a crash, to provide to investigators.

But researchers...


Snag a deal on a refurbished Ring security camera at Amazon

Save $30: Get a Certified Refurbished Ring Floodlight Security Camera at Amazon for just $129.99, down from $159.99, and save $30 as of Oct. 21.

Fun fact: Did you know the Ring camera was first introduced on Shark Tank in 2013? Although it was rejected by the sharks, Amazon acquired it in 2018 for over $1 billion. I wonder how bad Mark Cuban and Lori Greiner feel about that?

As of Oct. 21, this refurbished Ring Floodlight security camera is on sale at Amazon for $129.99. If you're thinking,...

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