ISPs can now sell your browsing history without permission, thanks to these Senators

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By Chris Mills

FCC privacy rules

The US Senate has voted to overturn consumer privacy laws enacted last year by the FCC. The rules, which forced internet service providers to actually get permission before selling your data, were overturned using the little-used Congressional Review Act (CRA).

Democrat Senator Richard Blumenthal said before the vote that “This resolution is a direct attack on consumer rights, on privacy, on rules that afford basic protection against intrusive and illegal interference with consumers’ use of social media sites and websites that often they talk for granted.” Hope you enjoyed it while it lasted.

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What we love and hate about ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’

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A veteran Mass Effect player and a complete novice walk into a bar.

This isn’t the beginning of a terrible joke: Instead, it’s the premise of a conversation between Engadget associate editor Timothy J. Seppala and senior reporter Jessica Conditt, bo…

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New report claims Samsung Galaxy S8 pre-orders start on March 29 in Europe

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By Cosmin V.

Just when we thought we’ve got it all figured out, a new report emerges that contradicts some of the things we know so far about the Galaxy S8. Samsung has already confirmed its flagship will be officially unveiled on March 29, but the South Korean company won’t reveal any details on the phone’s availability yet.

Even though previous rumors suggest Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ will be made available for pre-order on April 7, a new report says otherwise. Dutch blog AndroidWorld cites trustworthy sources that claim Samsung Galaxy S8 should be up for pre-order the same day it gets revealed, March …

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Tesla is killing off its cheapest car

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By Chris Mills

Tesla Model S 60

While Tesla’s fans worldwide are waiting for the Tesla Model 3 to start rolling off the production line, Tesla is still busy churning out the same Model S and Model X versions that it’s been making for years. But starting in April, buying a Model S will be a little more expensive.

Tesla is discontinuing the Model S 60 and 60D versions, which are the cheapest Teslas you can currently buy. Both cars actually have the same 75kWh battery pack that’s found in the Model S 75, but are limited to 60kWh of capacity via software, in order to make the car cheaper.

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The panic and pleasure of online dating as a woman in her 40s

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Dating in my twenties and thirties made me feel like Odysseus, trying to choose between dashing myself on the ego-bruising rocks of casual romps or a slow death from unrequited lust for garbage humans. There was the ex who brutally dumped me but woul…

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The best drone of 2017 (so far) is the DJI Mavic Pro

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By Kevin Oliver

Best Drones 2017

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s an unmanned aerial vehicle!

Drones have revolutionized both the professional and recreational photography and videography markets. With easy maneuverability, focused stabilization, and a high quality camera, the right drone can help you grab that impossible to reach shot you’ve always been looking for; but just how much of this relatively young market is cheap gimmicks and flashy sales techniques?

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