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Even if you're not an esports millionaire (yet), you should still care about your security practices online and offline. We have some tips on how to keep things locked down, plus a look at the new Star Wars trailer and a lawsuit that could lead to iPhone import bans.
First up: Password managers.Engadget is diving into security this week
Throughout this week, we'll be publishing a series of stories focused on security -- mostly online security, with a nod to smart home and personal safety in the physical world. Join us as we make a case for password managers, VPNs and secure messaging apps -- and then name-drop the best ones.
Coming to theaters December 20th.Watch the new 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker' trailer
This new trailer, coming off the back of a new The Mandalorian preview, offers a nod to the series' history with older Star Wars clips ramping up the gravity. Footage from includes C3PO with sinister red eyes, epic space battles -- yes -- and double-edged lightsabers -- oh yes indeed -- before Rey and Kylo Ren face off on what appears to be a sinking battleship.
That's one way to respond to the Popeyes chicken sandwich.KFC is testing Beyond Meat 'chicken' in an Atlanta restaurant
KFC will start testing Beyond Fried Chicken at an Atlanta restaurant today. The plant-based "chicken" is available as nuggets or boneless wings as a complimentary sample along with any purchase off the menu at the Cobb Parkway restaurant until 6:30 PM, or as long as supplies last.
Busy doing solar-powered secret stuff.The Air Force's secret space plane sets a new record: 718 days in orbit
The U.S. Air Force's X-37B space plane has been orbiting Earth since September 7th, 2017, crossing the 718-day mark and breaking its previous record of 717 days, 20 hours and 42 minutes in flight.
It holds up.You owe it to yourself to see 'The Matrix' in theaters
transformed action movies forever, tying together anime and Hong Kong film influences in a stylish CG-infused science-fiction package. It proved you could make a blockbuster that trusted mainstream audiences to understand complex storytelling, paving the way for films like . Devindra Hardawar has been to an early Dolby Vision screening and explains why "The least you can do is visit a theater and pay your respects."
But wait, there's more...
- What's on TV this week: 'Control,' 'Dark Crystal' and 'Carnival Row'
- GlobalFoundries vs. TSMC lawsuit threatens to impose sales bans against Apple, NVIDIA
- Apple reportedly shelves 'walkie talkie' iPhone feature
- Back to School: The best smartphones, tablets and smartwatches for students
- Blackmagic BMPCC 6K review: Peerless video power
- Google and Dell team up on the first Chromebooks made for business
- 5G isn't ready in the UK either
- Instagram tests 'Threads' app with automatic updates for close friends