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Good morning from Engadget! Join Mat Smith as he takes you through the day's biggest tech stories, ready in the early hours every weekday.

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May 18, 2021 3 min
Today’s headlines: AT&T's WarnerMedia is merging with Discovery, Apple Music adds Dolby Atmos and lossless streaming starting next month, Samsung teases its next generation of flexible displays.
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Today’s headlines: Amazon debuts another free video streaming service in India, Sharp is still making smartphones and its latest device has a huge one-inch camera sensor and Tesla's Model S Plaid may pack a retractable spoiler. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Elon Musk's DogeCoin efficiency tweet pushes prices up again, Framework’s modular DIY laptop is available to pre-order and Nokia relaunches a flip-phone in the US. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Tesla is suspending its Bitcoin payment program, EU court says Amazon won't have to pay its $300 million tax bill and President Biden signs cybersecurity executive order in the wake of pipeline shutdown. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Intel's new H-series CPUs are finally ready for gaming laptops, Bose made a hearing aids that won't require a doctor's visit, and tech giants want the US to fund domestic chip production. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: WhatsApp will gradually stop working if you don't agree to its new privacy policy, the National Transportation Safety Board releases preliminary Tesla crash report and Space Force’s first flight unit has completed basic training. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Dogecoin price crashes after Elon Musk's 'Saturday Night Live' appearance, Chinese rocket debris falls into Indian Ocean, and only 4 percent of US iPhone users have agreed to app tracking after iOS 14.5. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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May 7, 2021 3 min
Today’s headlines: Apple emails reveal how it tried to stop Netflix from pulling in-app iOS purchases, Microsoft testifies on the struggle to bring xCloud to iOS and Twitter’s 'Tip Jar' is here. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Facebook’s Oversight Board says Trump ban was appropriate, Nintendo is selling way more Switches than it predicted and Peloton issues a recall for its treadmills. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Apple hires former Google AI scientist who left after ethics turmoil, Google leaks its own 'Pixel Buds A-Series' with new fast pairing tech, Donald Trump is back on social media, almost. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: The Apple vs. Epic app store battle begins, Sony is bringing Discord to PlayStation, and Apple might have a foldable iPhone ready by 2023. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: You can drill a keyring hole in Apple's AirTags, Volkswagen will design its own chips for self-driving cars and Tesla's Powerwall+ is a higher-power battery for off-grid living. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Ford, BMW and Honda cut production due to global chip crisis, Microsoft is fixing the pain of arranging Windows 10 apps on multiple displays and the NYPD stops using Boston Dynamics' robodog following backlash. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: iPhone and Mac sales are way up from the start of the pandemic, Samsung unveils a new family of Galaxy Book laptops and CES plans a return as an in-person event in 2022. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: For Microsoft, the pandemic meant a 44 percent profit jump, Sony is selling a lot of PS5s and Apple's next-gen 'M2' Mac processor has reportedly gone into production. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Tesla built, sold and shipped more vehicles in this last quarter than ever before, Apple releases iOS 14.5 with stricter app tracking privacy, and Zoom's Immersive View crams up to 25 people inside one virtual background. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Netflix has its best night ever at the Oscars, Google tests out faster Assistant voice commands and SpaceX's reused Crew Dragon capsule docks with the ISS. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: CD Projekt Red made hundreds of millions on 'Cyberpunk 2077' despite the refunds, Signal hacked some Cellebrite’s phone hacking software used by law enforcement and the next version of iOS may revamp notifications. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: PlayStation Plus could soon include a video service, NASA's Perseverance rover turns a tiny bit of Mars air into breathable oxygen and Samsung’s gadget Upcycling beta comes to the US. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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Today’s headlines: Apple's colorful new iMacs feature a sleeker design and the M1 chip, Microsoft is reportedly launching a Cloud PC service this summer, Apple's AirTag finally arrive and can track your items for $29. Get in touch: Email us at tma@engadget.com.
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