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This story is part of Amazon Prime Day, CNET’s guide on everything you need to know and how to make sure you get the best deal.

Prime Day 2020 officially kicks off in just a few days. But unofficially, several companies are already coming out with early Amazon Prime Day deals. In the headphone space, it’s a return to some of the deep discounts on Sony headphones that we’ve seen before — and you don’t even need to wait until Black Friday or Cyber Monday to take advantage of them. 

More specifically, we’re seeing Apple headphones return to their all-time low prices (even as a new AirPods Studio over-ear headphone remains rumored for Tuesday). Sony has again slashed prices on last year’s WF-1000XM3 as well as the newer WF-SP800N, which features noise canceling and is water-resistant, and the entry-level WF-XB700 Extra Bass, which is back down to

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  • While reliable online voting will likely never be a reality for all voters, most states permit voters in the military and those who live overseas to vote remotely.  
  • In 2020, 32 states will allow some or all overseas and military voters to return their ballots digitally via fax, email, and in a few states, with an online portal. 
  • Electronic transmission can give military voters serving in remote areas with spotty mail delivery a better chance of having their votes counted, but also raises numerous security concerns. 
  • One expert told Business Insider that online ballot transmission leaves voters with little option to verify that their choices were counted accurately and also increases the risk of malware attacks on elections officials. 
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Reliable online voting for everyone will, in all likelihood, never be a reality, experts say. But in 2020, many states give military and overseas

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SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge ruled Friday that Apple did not need to reinstate the popular video game Fortnite in its App Store, in a blow to Fortnite’s parent company, Epic Games, which is locked in an antitrust battle with the tech giant over its app store fees and rules.

Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers of the Northern District of California said in her ruling that Apple’s ban of the game could continue because Epic had violated its contract with Apple. There is “significant public interest” in requiring companies to adhere to contracts or resolve disputes through the normal course, she wrote.

But Gonzales Rogers also said that Apple could not ban Unreal Engine, Epic’s developer tools, from its platforms because of the “potential significant damage to both developers and gamers” who rely on the software.

The mixed ruling showed the high cost of taking on a tech behemoth like

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Democratic party volunteers pose at an event in Rome aimed at encouraging U.S. citizens abroad to vote in the forthcoming presidential election. REUTERS/Crispian Balmer/File Photo


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Democratic party volunteers pose at an event in Rome aimed at encouraging U.S. citizens abroad to vote in the forthcoming presidential election. REUTERS/Crispian Balmer/File Photo

  • While reliable online voting will likely never be a reality for all voters, most states permit voters in the military and those who live overseas to vote remotely.  
  • In 2020, 32 states will allow some or all overseas and military voters to return their ballots digitally via fax, email, and in a few states, with an online portal. 
  • Electronic transmission can give military voters serving in remote areas with spotty mail delivery a better chance of having their votes counted, but also raises numerous security concerns. 
  • One expert told Business Insider that online ballot transmission leaves voters with little option to verify that their choices were counted accurately and also increases the risk of malware attacks on elections officials. 
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Kush Finance

Kush Finance
Kush Finance
Kush Finance

TALLINN, Estonia, Sept. 28, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Decentralized Finance (DeFi) ecosystem is gradually shifting from the very fundamental aspect of decentralization to using what are called ‘governance tokens.’ These types of digital assets have become popular since DeFi picked up earlier in the year, and then gained momentum when Compound launched its ‘COMP’ governance token in June. While they have emerged as the fuel for DeFi network growth, some innovators are taking advantage of the asymmetry in technical knowledge and issuing governance tokens mainly to the developing team.

Well, a recently debuted project dubbed ‘Kush Finance’ is returning the DeFi ecosystem back to its basics using its own governance token, called ‘kSEED.’ Unlike other DeFi projects that have allocated a significant amount of governance tokens to a small group, the Kush Finance DeFi token is designed to turn kSEED holders into a

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The high-profile legal conflict between Fortnite developer Epic Games and Apple continues today, with a federal court hearing that may resolve some of the most pressing questions in the case, including Epic’s request for a preliminary injunction that would put Fortnite back on the App Store.

According to the Wall Street Journal, court observers suggest that this hearing could foretell the likely conclusion of the conflict. The ruling will probably also determine whether or not Apple can block third-party apps such as Epic’s Unreal Engine from its platform, a move that would disadvantage many third-party developers who make games in the engine. If the judge rules in Epic’s favor, one legal expert says, Apple is likely to settle in the next six months; if it goes the other way, the case could continue for years.

The key question in the case is whether or not Apple’s App Store practices–including their

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