Amazon’s Prime service continues to add features for its users, and the latest perk is the newly announced Prime Reading feature, which gives subscribers access to “over a thousand” books, comics and magazines. Oliver Stone, don't rule out a sequel to Snowden just yet. The Washington Post reports that back in August the FBI secretly arrested an NSA contractor after finding classified materials in the defendant's home and car. We have the PlayStation VR, and Megan says playing it changed her life a little. Jordan Golsen from The Verge talked to the guy whose new Samsung Galaxy Note 7 started smoking in his pocket on a plane, and it was supposed to be one of the safe ones. Breaking news! Samsung bought Viv, the AI from the creators of Siri. Google says it does not want to buy Twitter, so stop saying that it is. Plus we discuss the future of electric helicopters.
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- Amazon rolls out Prime Reading, giving Prime members free access to more than 1,000 books and magazines
- N.S.A. Contractor Arrested in Possible New Theft of Secrets
- Government Contractor Charged with Removal of Classified Materials and Theft of Government Property
- Google's Tango phone, the Lenovo Phab2 Pro, is coming in November
- Jack Dorsey Is Losing Control of Twitter
- Exclusive: Twitter to conclude sale deliberations this month - sources leftright 2/2leftright
- Here's every PlayStation VR game we've played so far, ranked!
- Sources: Google will not make a Twitter bid and Apple is also an unlikely suitor
- The first battery-powered manned helicopter: 20 minutes flight time with 1100 lbs battery pack