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Xbox One Project xCloud public test announced - Polygon
Microsoft will open Project xCloud, its Xbox One game-streaming service, to the public this October in the US, UK and Korea. Register now to take part in the public beta.

WeWork’s founder makes his best business move yet: quitting - The Verge
Listen, don’t worry about Adam Neumann, who was just ousted as the CEO of The We Company; first of all, he’s still the non-executive chairman of The We Company. Besides, entrepreneurs are like vampires: unless you put a stake through their heart, they’ll come…

Trump says he has authorized release of transcript of call with the Ukrainian president - The Washington Post
The president said the transcript will be fully “declassified and unredacted” and will be released Wednesday.

Apple releases iPadOS 13.1, iOS 13.1, and tvOS 13 - Ars Technica
iOS 13.1 completes the initial iOS 13 release, but iPadOS is the big story here.

Meghan Markle goes without her engagement ring during royal tour of Africa - Fox News
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry began their first official tour as a family on Monday, accompanied by their 4-month-old son, Archie.

Everything that happened in Sony's Batman-less State of Play stream - Destructoid
Everything that happened in Sony's Batman-less State of Play stream

Second Parent Sentenced In College Admissions Scandal - NPR
Devin Sloane was sentenced to four months in prison, must pay a $95,000 fine and perform 500 hours of community service. He spent $250,000 to get his son accepted into college as a fake athlete.

Submarine carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine worth $165M seized by Coast Guard - NBC News
Coast Guard seizes submarine carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine, worth more than $165 million

Warning about Legionnaires' disease goes out to people who attended WNC fair after multiple cases reported - WYFF4 Greenville
People who attended a Western North Carolina state fair are being asked to see a doctor immediately if they are feeling ill after several cases of Legionnaires' disease were reported in Henderson County, according to health officials.

Big Spider Love: The Brooch That Ate Brexit - The New York Times
A British judge wore a large arachnid pin to rule against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament. Social media went crazy.

Warner Bros On ‘Joker’ Fears From Aurora Families: No Intention To “Hold This Character Up As A Hero” - Deadline
Warner Bros. has responded to the note this morning from five of the 300-plus Aurora, Colorado victim base expressing concerns over the release of the movie Joker on Oct. 4. Says a Warner Bros. rep…

A Group of Google Contractors Has Voted to Unionize - WIRED
Employees of HCL Technologies who do work for Google in Pittsburgh voted to join the United Steelworkers, a rarity for white-collar tech workers.

Interstellar: Second-ever interstellar object discovered in our solar system confirmed and named - CBS News
An unexpected visitor has entered our cosmic neighborhood and it's only the second discovery of its kind

Robert Hunter, Grateful Dead's poetic lyricist, dead at 78 - The Associated Press
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Robert Hunter, the man behind the poetic and mystical words for many of the Grateful Dead's finest songs, has died at age 78. Hunter died Monday at his Northern California...

GiantsChat: Daniel Jones isn't the only rookie making an impact -'s John Schmeelk answers fan questions in the #GiantsChat mailbag.

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