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    Apple is hosting a mystery spring press event on March 25, where it's expected to debut a video-streaming product. This is Apple's Hollywood moment.
     
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    Pinterest, a service that lets users bookmark or "pin" images ranging from recipes to home design, filed paperwork to go public.
     
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    An audit of the Los Angeles police department is raising questions about new technologies law enforcement is using nationwide with little oversight.
     
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    Internet startup OneWeb has plans to deploy hundreds of new satellites into Earth's orbit, and founder and chairman Greg Wyler wants to make sure it's done safely.
     
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    CNN's Oliver Darcy looks at how Twitter's algorithm is now amplifying extreme political rhetoric and conspiracy theories.
     
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    Jane Manchun Wong spends her free time reverse engineering popular apps like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Airbnb and others, to find new features and security vulnerabilities.
     
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    Through a new feature, Twitter may at times end up amplifying inflammatory political rhetoric, misinformation, conspiracy theories, and flat out lies to its users.
     
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    5G networks that transform entertainment, communication and transportation may still be years away. But in manufacturing, the technology is already making a difference.
     
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    Tesla is accusing a former employee of stealing intellectual property worth hundreds of millions of dollars and sharing it with Xiaopeng Motors.
     
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    Doing business with the wrong kind of client can be extremely costly for banks.
     
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    Facebook is back with another mea culpa.
     
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    Misinformation about vaccines continues to thrive on Facebook and Instagram weeks after the companies vowed to reduce its distribution on their platforms.
     
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    Apple's new AirPods feature a wireless charging case, improved battery life and hands-free access to its Siri voice assistant.
     
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    Tencent reported a 32% plunge in fourth quarter profit, hurt by costs related to the listing of its music streaming subsidiary, but its gaming business is showing signs of recovery.
     
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    Facebook acknowledges its systems failed to catch the livestream video of the New Zealand mosque attack, shedding new light on how the company became aware of the video.
     
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    Peloton is being sued for alleged copyright infringement related to the use of certain songs in its workout videos.
     
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    The world is coming after Silicon Valley. Tech faces serious threats to its business. Companies could be broken up. People could flee the services.
     
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    Facebook's privacy plan to end-to-end encryption on its various messaging platforms could make it harder to stop the spread of certain videos.
     


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