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Chinese consortium agrees $4.4 billion deal for Caesars online games

Jack Ma, founder and Executive Chairman of Alibaba Group speaks during the inaugural "Xin" Philanthropy Conference in Hangzhou Caesars Interactive Entertainment is currently owned by Caesars Acquisition Co (CAC) and Caesars Entertainment Corp . The sale will be a boon to the two affiliated companies, which are looking for cash as they embark on a complex merger.


Kanye West wants Apple and Tidal to stop fighting over exclusives

Kanye West wants Apple and Tidal to stop fighting over exclusives

'Game of Thrones' will officially end after season 8, confirms HBO boss

'Game of Thrones' will officially end in season 8, confirms HBO boss The network would "take 10 seasons if we could," but the show's creators are adamant that eight will be the number.


'Game of Thrones' will officially end after season 8, confirms HBO boss

'Game of Thrones' will officially end in season 8, confirms HBO boss The network would "take 10 seasons if we could," but the show's creators are adamant that eight will be the number.


Exclusive: Clinton campaign also hacked in attacks on Democrats

U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton looks at a computer screen during a campaign stop at Atomic Object company in Grand Rapids By Mark Hosenball, Joseph Menn and John Walcott WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A computer network used by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked as part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The latest attack, which was disclosed to Reuters on Friday, follows two other hacks on the Democratic National Committee, or DNC, and the party’s fundraising committee for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. A Clinton campaign spokesman said in a statement late on Friday that an analytics data program maintained by the DNC and used by the campaign and a number of other entities "was accessed as part of the DNC hack." "Our campaign computer system has been under review by outside cyber security experts.


Tesla reportedly eyes brakes in fatal Model S crash

Tesla reportedly eyes brakes in fatal Model S crash

Covering the DNC: What I did on my summer vacation

Covering the DNC: What I did on my summer vacation CNET tech reporter Marguerite Reardon joined 20,000 other newshounds covering the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Here's what it was like.


Covering the DNC: What I did on my summer vacation

Covering the DNC: What I did on my summer vacation CNET tech reporter Marguerite Reardon joined 20,000 other newshounds covering the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Here's what it was like.


Clinton campaign: no evidence computer systems were compromised

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign said on Friday that an analytics data program maintained by the Democratic National Committee and used by the campaign was accessed as part of a hack, but outside experts have found no evidence that its internal systems have been compromised. (Reporting by Amanda Becker; Writing by Eric Walsh)

Justin Bieber turned down $5 million to perform during the RNC

Justin Bieber turned down $5 million to perform during the RNC Canadian singer Justin Bieber was offered $5 million to perform during the Republican National Convention, according to TMZ, but only passed after his manager threatened to quit. The multimillion dollar offer would have been the largest the singer had ever received, and it appears to have come with some strings attached: he would have been forbidden to hang banners reading Black Lives Matter (All Lives Matter were acceptable), and wouldn’t be permitted to say anything negative about the GOP or of its presidential nominee, Donald Trump. Sources "connected with [Creative Artists Agency]" told TMZ that the singer seriously considered the offer before turning it down at the request of his manager, Scooter Braun, and after he was encouraged to do so by LeBron James, whom the GOP group claimed would also be in the area.


Xbox One summer update rolling out with Cortana, background music, and more

Xbox One summer update rolling out with Cortana, background music, and more Microsoft is rolling out a significant update to the Xbox One today. The summer update brings a number of new features, including Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant for those in the US and UK. Cortana is designed to look and feel just like the Windows 10 variant, and most of the same queries work.


A digital 'totem' leads the way in one of New York's oldest museums

A digital 'totem' leads the way in one of New York's oldest museums

Kanye West rants on Twitter to get Apple to buy Tidal

Kanye West rants on Twitter to get Apple to buy Tidal Technically Incorrect: Where else would the great controversialist try to do business? He just wants to make sweet, streaming music. So he wants Apple to buy Tidal.


Kanye West rants on Twitter to get Apple to buy Tidal

Kanye West rants on Twitter to get Apple to buy Tidal Technically Incorrect: Where else would the great controversialist try to do business? He just wants to make sweet, streaming music. So he wants Apple to buy Tidal.


HBO confirms that Game of Thrones will end in 2018, but hasn’t ruled out a spinoff

HBO confirms that Game of Thrones will end in 2018, but hasn’t ruled out a spinoff HBOWe’ve known for a while that the end was coming for Game of Thrones, and during this year’s Television Critics Association press tour, HBO programming president Casey Bloys confirmed that the eighth season of the fantasy epic will be its last.Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Bloys noted that the showrunners had gone into the show with a plan for a certain number of seasons, and that he was abiding by their desire to end in 2018. ...


The stereo gear that amplifies my friendships

The stereo gear that amplifies my friendships Peter had an irrepressible passion for music. I share that love through his old tube amplifier.


The stereo gear that amplifies my friendships

The stereo gear that amplifies my friendships Peter had an irrepressible passion for music. I share that love through his old tube amplifier.


The Axon 7 finally fulfills ZTE's 'affordable premium' promise

The Axon 7 finally fulfills ZTE's 'affordable premium' promise

How to be human: 'It's just this one thing with how we communicate...'

How to be human: 'It's just this one thing with how we communicate...' Valery Kenski/FlickrLeah Reich was one of the first internet advice columnists. Her column "Ask Leah" ran on IGN, where she gave advice to gamers for two and a half years. During the day, Leah is a Senior User Researcher for Slack, but her views here do not represent her employer. You can write to her at askleah@theverge.com and read more How to be Human here.Hi Leah,I'm 25 and was in a relationship for five years. I loved my life with him so much. It was literally picture perfect. We respected each other, loved each other, and boy did we have fun. ...


Kanye West is demanding that Apple buy Tidal from Jay Z

Kanye West is demanding that Apple buy Tidal from Jay Z At the end of June, word broke that Apple was looking to acquire Tidal, Jay Z’s streaming service. There hasn’t been any official confirmation about the rumored takeover, but according to Kanye West, the Apple needs to stop playing hardball and make a deal. Apple taking over Tidal has its advantages and disadvantages: it would give Apple a leg up in the music streaming world, even as the deal appeared to be a bit of a long shot.


Why the 8-Hour Workday Doesn't Work

Why the 8-Hour Workday Doesn't Work The 8-hour workday is an outdated and ineffective approach to work. If you want to be as productive as possible, you need to let go of this relic and find a new approach.The 8-hour workday was created during the industrial revolution as an effort to cut down on the number of hours of manual labor that workers were forced to endure on the...


This is your next jam: Father John Misty, Mac Miller, and more

This is your next jam: Father John Misty, Mac Miller, and more Matt Cowan/Getty Images


Xbox One's Cortana update arrives at last

Xbox One's Cortana update arrives at last

Dems hit by another hack

Dems hit by another hack Hackers attack a group that raises funds for Democratic party candidates running for the House. The FBI is investigating. Also: Clinton campaign says program it used was accessed in different incident.


Dems hit by another hack

Dems hit by another hack Hackers attack a group that raises funds for Democratic party candidates running for the House. The FBI is investigating. Also: Clinton campaign says program it used was accessed in different incident.


What's troubling athletes arriving in Rio? No 'Pokemon Go'

FILE - In this Thursday, July 28, 2016, file photo, fans play the highly addictive "Pokemon Go" game during a gathering in central Madrid, Spain, to play the computer game. Since debuting to wild adulation in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand this month, the game from Google spinoff Niantic Inc. has spread like wildfire, launching in more than 30 countries or territories, but not Brazil. For athletes and other visitors caught up in the wave, not having access is just one more knock against an Olympics that officials are racing to get ready. The opening ceremony takes place Friday, Aug. 5. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza, File) RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — So the plumbing and electricity in the athletes' village took several days to fix. Who cares?


Why you won’t see Marvel’s TV characters in its films

Why you won’t see Marvel’s TV characters in its films Marvel’s Cinematic Universe covers the big summer blockbusters as well as their offerings on Netflix and regular television. Speaking to SlashFilm, Marvel Television’s president Jeph Loeb threw some cold water on speculation that Daredevil or Jessica Jones might appear in one of the upcoming films. The reason for why you won’t see characters from Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage or Agents of SHIELD in films like Avengers: Infinity War?


Video reveals what Apple’s iPhone 7 headphones may look like

It's almost a given that the iPhone 7 will ship without a 3.5mm headphone jack, but what still remains unclear is what type of headphones Apple plans to ship with each device. While the safe bet is to assume that Apple will ship a pair of Lightning headphones with every new iPhone, we have seem some speculation that Apple may flip the script and ship a pair of wireless headphone with each new device. To this point, it's worth mentioning that Apple has shown an interest in securing a trademark for the name "AirPods." My guess is that if a wireless headphone solution is available, iPhone 7 users will have to pay a little bit extra for it. Removing the 3.5mm headphone jack is already a bold enough decision without additionally asking users to now delve into the world of wireless. That said, a new video recently surfaced which purports to show the Lightning headphones Apple may very well ship with its next-gen iPhone. DON'T MISS:  Ultimate Pokemon Go cheat lets you walk anywhere in the game without moving an inch Originally posted by the YouTube account EverythingApplePro , the Lightning based headphones look exactly like the headphones that ship with all current iPhones, save of course for the lightning connector at the end. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5Hnrs5OJOo There's no way of knowing if the video is legit or not as we could very well be looking at some cheap imitation headphones out of China. Nonetheless, if Apple does in fact opt to ship Lightning headphones with every new iPhone 7, it stands to reason that it will look a little bit like this. In fact, the headphones depicted in the video above look similar to a previous iPhone 7 headphones leak that we saw earlier in the month. On another note, it's also been rumored that Apple will ship a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter for free with every iPhone 7 purchase. If this rumor pans out, it would be a welcome gesture from Apple given that they're abandoning a universally used port with something proprietary. And as we highlighted earlier in the week, providing an adapter on the house is just smart business , especially in light of shrinking iPhone sales. Lastly, a few days ago we saw a video and photos which claim to show what this rumored Lightning to 3.5mm headphone jack adapter is going to look like.

Mini review video: Our quick verdict on the Alcatel Idol 4S

Mini review video: Our quick verdict on the Alcatel Idol 4S

All the best new iOS and Android apps you need to download

It's the end of July 2016. It's too hot to go outside because our planet is melting, a reality TV star is statistically likely to become the most powerful man in the world, and your best friend has become a zombie slave to a Pokemon game. But never fear, because there's a whole host of fantastic new iOS and Android apps for you to download. We've rounded up some of the best brand-new apps you should go get on your device right now. DON'T MISS:  Hillary’s economic advisor just described Apple’s tax system as ‘fraud’ NBC Olympics The (mostly Russia-free) Olympics start on August 5th, and provided that everything goes to plan, it should be one hell of a show. NBC has created an Olympics app for you to follow along. You get all the video highlights, TV schedules, athlete profiles and any info you could want. Actual video streaming is still on the NBC Sports app, but the Olympics app should give you direct links to view events live. Available for iOS and Android . Cinemute I always complain about pre-installed apps, but I'd quite like for Cinemute to be a default app on every device ever sold. Very simply, it keeps track of whether you're inside a movie theater, and if so, it mutes your device so you don't get a phone call mid-movie. False positives  would  have the potential to get annoying, but luckily there's an option to blacklist specific theaters, handy if you live right next door to a multiplex. Sadly, this one's Android-only . Swiftmoji Popular keyboard maker Swiftkey first unveiled Swiftmoji, an emoji-predicting keyboard, a couple months ago. The premise is pretty simple: rather than having predictions for words along the top of your keyboard, it spits out suggested emoji to enhance your conversation. It's ideal for people like me who like the concept of emoji, but are too fundamentally lazy to actually go find them. Free for Android and iOS . Fringle I normally hate location-sharing -- I certainly don't love anyone to give them the ability to perma-track my location on Find My Friends, not to mention the giant battery suck. But Fringle is temporary location sharing, which gives the convenience of showing your location on a map, without being a pain in the ass. It's also got a chat function built in, and is generally just a good app for a group of friends planning a last-minute night out. Android-only for now, sadly, but at least the fact it's free should help get it downloaded. Detour No one wants to feel like a tourist on holiday, but it's basically unavoidable unless you've got friends in a city to show you around. Detour is supposed to be the next-best thing. Think of it as walking tours around a particular district, designed by locals. For now, it's just limited to San Francisco, but NYC and LA should be available sometime soon. Available for iOS and Android . T-Mobile Tuesdays Ok, so this isn't technically a brand-new app this month, but it's still a new(ish) app that you need to download if you're on T-Mobile. It gives you rewards like free movie tickets (or Wendy's!) every Tuesday, plus unlimited data for Pokemon Go. Available for iOS and Android, although T-Mobile's two Blackberry users are left out in the wild. Scrivener This is a niche product, but well worth it if you ever have to write anything--speeches, research memos, dissertations, or fiction. Scrivener has been available for OS X and Windows for a while, and it's finally moved over to iOS. $20 is a lot of money for an app, but if you've got an iPad and write regularly, it's a huge upgrade over the Notes app.

This cosplay video is the cure for your post-Comic-Con blues

This cosplay video is the cure for your post-Comic-Con blues Tons of great cosplay videos pop up after every major comic and anime convention, but some of the absolute best come from Sneaky Zebra. They’ve put together some amazing videos over the last couple of years, and their latest is a great mix of choreographed camera work and poses from last weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con. Set to Allen Stone’s The Weekend, it’s just what we need to satisfy the post-con blues.What’s particularly awesome about this video is the incredible mix of costumes, some from yet-to-be-released movies to classic TV shows. ...


Waze’s new feature will remind you not to leave your child in your car

Waze’s new feature will remind you not to leave your child in your car Navigational app Waze might help give you directions on the road, but it’s now poised to help with a real problem: children left in hot cars. Waze has introduced a new feature: Child Reminder, which will appear once the vehicle reaches its destination by displaying a reminder not to forget a child in the car. According to advocacy site KidsandCars.com, an average of 29 children passed away from heatstroke in vehicles since 1990.


New trailers: Gilmore Girls, Netflix's The Get Down, Legends of the Hidden Temple, and more

New trailers: Gilmore Girls, Netflix's The Get Down, Legends of the Hidden Temple, and more In case you missed it, we spent all last weekend at Comic-Con, where there was a ton of movie and TV news — and, of course, plenty of trailers to go along with it. After you get through all of that, there are 11 trailers down below. Gilmore Girls has been off the air for almost a decade, but this first trailer for its revival doesn't skip a beat, diving right back into the series' wonderful banter between Rory and Lorelai.


Japan's latest humanoid robot makes its own moves

Japan's latest humanoid robot makes its own moves

The Museum of Ice Cream is pure, unadulterated Instagram fluff

The Museum of Ice Cream is pure, unadulterated Instagram fluff If you go to a swanky new pop-up museum in New York City and don't post pictures of yourself aggressively enjoying the hell out of some ice cream, did those calories even count? Your intrepid reporter braved the brutal New York City summer to find out. The Museum of Ice Cream’s entire month-long run is already sold out — all 30,000 tickets.


The Ava wearable wants to replace thermometers for determining fertility

The Ava wearable wants to replace thermometers for determining fertility Most women rely on a thermometer to measure their fertility throughout the month. Now, a new wearable called Ava wants to replace the decades-old technique. It claims to be the world’s first fertility wearable that helps women plan for conception, although it’s not for women who have infertility.


Recommended Reading: Nintendo's NX sounds weird and that's okay

Recommended Reading: Nintendo's NX sounds weird and that's okay

7 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

Comic-Con delivered quite a few hot new trailers late last week, and we have a roundup of all the great movies unveiled during the event right here . However, there are plenty more trailers that have been released since then. Check them out below! DON’T MISS:  Crazy iPhone trick turns your wallpapers into optical illusions Ace the Case Starring Susan Sarandon, Ace the Case is a sweet comedy about a 10-year-old girl who somehow discovers a kidnapping and enlists the help of a policewoman (Sarandon) to help. The movie comes out on August 26th. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IlAxd4gN9qA Hacksaw Ridge Andrew Garfield, Sam Worthington, Hugo Weaving, Vince Vaughn, Teresa Palmer and Rachel Griffiths star in Hacksaw Ridge , a World War 2 bio pic. The film is about an army medic who consciously refused to carry any weapon during his service, becoming the first Conscientious Objector in American history to be awarded the Medal of Honor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2-1hz1juBI Level Up It might sound like a movie about games, but Level Up is something else. It’s about a bloke in London who’s about to have a crazy adventure to save his girlfriend following her kidnapping. The fast-paced thriller opens on August 26th. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaSmEWiFui8 Office Christmas Party What do you think happens when you put Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, Olivia Munn, Kate McKinnon and T.J. Miller in the same Christmas movie? I’ll tell you what, a messy but legendary Office Christmas Party , that’s what. The film comes out December 9th. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUDFVQsVBU4 Split Remember this: Split . That’s one movie you won't want to miss following its debut on January 20th, 2017. Why? Because M. Night Shyamalan made it. And because James McAvoy plays a character who has 23 different personalities. It even looks as crazy as it sounds... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84TouqfIsiI The Accountant We talked about Ben Affleck’s The Accountant before, a movie about an especially gifted person in the art of… accounting. The movie has an amazing cast and certainly looks promising. Catch it in theaters on October 14th. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fkPJ3aENjvM The Great Wall The Great Wall is a story that takes a different approach to explaining the creation of one of the greatest wonders of the world. Rather than keeping humans away, the Great Wall of China was raised to keep some sort of dangerous creatures away. In this movie, at least. So no, this isn’t based on real-life events. And Matt Damon is on the other side of the evil things, manning the Great Wall kind of like Legolas. The movie comes out February 17th, 2017. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LVw9YdP1O-0

Everything you need to know about Wi-Fi calling

Everything you need to know about Wi-Fi calling Curious about Wi-Fi calling and what it entails? CNET has the rundown on what you need to know.


Everything you need to know about Wi-Fi calling

Everything you need to know about Wi-Fi calling Curious about Wi-Fi calling and what it entails? CNET has the rundown on what you need to know.


That time Jason Bourne went to a fake CES

That time Jason Bourne went to a fake CES Being a technology journalist is exactly like being an action hero, especially when superspy Jason Bourne hits a tech trade show in his latest movie.


That time Jason Bourne went to a fake CES

That time Jason Bourne went to a fake CES Being a technology journalist is exactly like being an action hero, especially when superspy Jason Bourne hits a tech trade show in his latest movie.