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Mariella Moon Contributor Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Netflix says 142 million households watched Korean series ‘Squid Game’ Tesla debuts new car insurance that uses Texans’ real-time driving behavior

Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget.

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Mariella Moon Contributor Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget. More posts by this contributor Netflix says 142 million households watched Korean series ‘Squid Game’ Tesla debu

Netflix says 142 million households watched Korean series ‘Squid Game’

Netflix's pre-recorded call to shareholders announcing its Q3 results gives us a glimpse at how successful Squid Game was: Around 142 million households worldwide watched the Korean-language show.

Tesla debuts new car insurance that uses Texans’ real-time driving behavior

Tesla now offers car insurance in Texas, its new home state, after first launching the product in California. It calculates a customer's insurance premium using their real-time driving behavior.

1Password’s new feature lets you safely share passwords using just a link

Password sharing in the workplace and at home is a common practice, but doing so securely can be tricky. 1Password aims to address that with this new login sharing feature.

Alphabet’s Wing tests drone deliveries from shopping center rooftops in Australia

Alphabet subsidiary Wing has launched a pilot program that will have its drones fly products from the rooftops of shopping centers, kicking off the program n its biggest market: Logan, Australia.

Amazon opens its first 4-star store outside the US

Amazon has opened a 4-star store in a mall just southeast of central London. It's not just the first 4-star store outside the US, it's also the company's first UK shop selling non-food items.

FCC proposes new rules to combat SIM swapping scams

SIM swapping scams have been on the rise these past couple of years, but the FCC is seeking to create new rules that would help prevent SIM swapping scams and port-out fraud.

‘Pokémon Unite’ has arrived on Android and iOS

Pokémon Unite is now available for download and is ready to play on Androidand iOS. It's the same free-to-start MOBA with the same maps and monsters the launched on the Nintendo Switch in July.

Google reportedly plans to add free channels to its smart TV platform

Chromecasts and other devices powered by Google TV might give users access to free, ad-supported streaming television channels in the future, according to a new report.

Alphabet’s Project Taara is beaming high-speed internet across the Congo River

The high speed wireless optical link technology Alphabet originally developed for its shuttered Loon balloon company is currently being used for another moonshot called Project Taara.

Xiaomi launches its own smart glasses, of course

Xiaomi is challenging Facebook in the wearables arena by launching its own smart glasses. The device won't only be capable of taking photos, but also of displaying messages, notifications and more.

Tesla ordered to share Autopilot data with the US traffic safety agency

Tesla was ordered to hand over Autopilot data by October 22 or be fined up to $115 million, in an investigation into Tesla cars with Autopilot activated crashing into parked first responder vehicles.

FAA opens probe into anomaly on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic spaceflight

The FAA is looking into an anomaly on the Virgin Galactic flight that carried Richard Branson to space. Virgin's spacecraft went off-course during descent, triggering an "entry glide-cone warning."

Apple’s rumored iPhone satellite support may be for emergency calls and messages

The rumored satellite features for future iPhones are reserved for emergency uses only, Bloomberg says, after an initial analyst report sparked speculation about carrier-free calls and messaging.

Old Amazon Kindle devices will soon lose 3G access

If you have an older Amazon Kindle with 3G internet, take note that you may not be able to wirelessly access and download new content anymore starting in December.