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Reddit Introduces New Apps in Mobile Version

Reddit

Reddit has rolled out an update that brings many of the website’s features to the mobile version launched last year. (Read: Reddit Launches Its First Official Apps for iOS and Android) In a post, the platform said the update has a “new set of features and mod tools.” The site …

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You Can Now Manage Your Identity on Facebook

Facebook Facial Recognition

Facebook has announced that users can now “manage their identity” on the social network. In a blog post, Facebook’s applied machine learning director Joaquin Quiñonero Candela announced the world most extensive social network would help users easily find photos where they’re untagged. The site will notify you when a friend …

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Former Uber Employee Accuses Company of Espionage, Bribery, and Hacking

Uber Former Employee

The ongoing hearing on the $1.86-billion lawsuit filed by Waymo against ride-hailing giant Uber has taken a dramatic turn. Richard Jacobs, who used to be Uber’s manager of global intelligence, accused his former employer of allegedly engaging in corporate espionage, stealing trade secrets, bribing foreign officials and other unlawful acts. …

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Amazon to Start Selling Apple TV and Chromecast Anew

Apple TV

Amazon customers would be glad to know that the online retail giant has announced that it will be selling Apple TV and Chromecast again. The move, which was reported by CNET, thus ends a two-year ban on the devices on the company’s site. (Read: Amazon Bans Sale of Apple, Google …

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Protect Your Online Privacy Through VPNs

Net Neutrality

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on Thursday to abolish net neutrality rules under the Open Internet Order enacted during the Obama administration in 2015. (Read: RIP, Net Neutrality) This means that internet service providers (ISPs) can now charge customers for high-quality or faster Web access. Mashable said the …

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Apple Pours $390 Million in Finisar

Apple Investment

Apple has announced that it has allotted $390 million from its $1-billion Advanced Manufacturing Fund to Finisar, a Texas-based company that makes iPhone X hardware. (Read: How Apple and Finisar Are Transforming the Future of This Texas Town) The investment, according to an Apple news release, would lead to the …

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