Boeing doesn’t expect the 737 Max to resume flying before mid-2020 January 22, 2020 at 03:14AM

There were signs Boeing would once again have to push back the 737 Max's expected return to the skies, and it just confirmed as much. The aircraft maker now expects the troubled aircraft to start the "ungrounding" process in mid-2020 based on its "e… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/2sKBY4r via IFTTT

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Vodafone is the latest to leave Facebook’s Libra Association January 22, 2020 at 02:21AM

The Facebook-created Libra Association is still bleeding members months after it formalized its council. Telecom giant Vodafone has confirmed to CoinDesk that it left the Association. Unlike past defectors, though, it's not so much about regulatory… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/3aGMwmu via IFTTT

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Some Under Armour fitness devices lose their smarts on March 31st January 22, 2020 at 12:39AM

People who bought some of Under Armour's fitness devices are learning a hard lesson about the fragility of connected tech. Ars Technica has learned that the athletic wear company is winding down support for its scale, wristband and heart monitor by… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/36grtDy via IFTTT

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HP’s latest Chromebooks for schools include more durable keyboards January 22, 2020 at 01:01AM

HP is once again giving its school Chromebooks an overhaul, and they'll be particularly good news for teachers who bristle at the thought of mangled keyboards. The Chromebook 11 G8 EE, 11A G8 EE, x360 11 G3 EE and 14 G6 all have full-skirted anchore… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/2vbC2Lz via IFTTT

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Guardian: Saudi prince’s account used to hack Jeff Bezos via WhatsApp January 22, 2020 at 12:12AM

Amazon spends millions of dollars each year physically protecting CEO Jeff Bezos, but his personal data remained all too vulnerable. According to a bombshell report published in The Guardian this afternoon, Bezos was the victim of a hacking operation… from Engadget RSS Feed https://ift.tt/3awDZSZ via IFTTT

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