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    Facebook just nabbed a major player for its gaming platform as it continues to ramp up efforts to compete in the video game streaming wars.
     
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    In announcing new limits on political advertising Wednesday, Google took aim at an issue that a growing cross-section of business leaders, government officials and researchers say is a threat to democracy.
     
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    IBM's fast-talking AI machine was the major attraction of a sell-out debate at Cambridge University on Thursday. But while it might have been responsible for drawing the crowds, it didn't quite match up to its human counterparts on the debate stage.
     
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    Huawei, the tech company that has become a flashpoint in the US-China trade war, may soon be able to start buying key supplies from American companies again.
     
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    Tesla fans in China can now take a test drive in a Model 3 made in Shanghai.
     
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    Microsoft is pushing back the launch of its new Surface Earbuds, meaning it will miss the crucial 2019 holiday shopping season.
     
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    President Donald Trump tweeted yesterday after a visit the manufacturing facility in Austin Texas where Apple's Mac Pro is made. His comments raised a lot of questions.
     
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    WeWork said Thursday it is laying off about 2,400 employees globally as part of a broader effort to cut costs and find a viable path forward after a disastrous IPO attempt.
     
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    SpaceX's Mars rocket prototype burst apart during a ground test, a setback for the company as it works to develop a spaceship capable of taking humans and cargo to deep space.
     
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    The move is Twitter's latest effort to improve well-being on its service.
     
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    Artificial intelligence doesn't know what to make of Os Keyes.
     
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    PayPal has struck a deal to acquire Honey, a shopping platform that offers online shoppers discounts and rewards, for $4 billion, according to a release Wednesday.
     
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    Apple has abruptly canceled the Los Angeles premiere of "The Banker," a debut movie from the tech company that signaled its ambition to become a major player in streaming video.
     
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    Google announced updates to its political ad policy on Wednesday, but made no apparent changes to how it will treat lies pushed by candidates. The most significant change is that it will restrict how political ads can be targeted on its platforms.
     
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    As Uber faces continued pressure over safety issues, the ride-hailing company is set to test a controversial new safety feature that will allow riders and drivers to record audio during a trip within its app.
     
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    Reddit has warned users of its forum for President Trump supporters that "systematic harassment" of the alleged potential whistleblower whose complaint kicked off the impeachment inquiry "must stop immediately." The company cited in part its policy prohibiting "inviting vigilantism."
     
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    Amazon is burning through billions to get you stuff faster. It'll spend more than $35 billion on shipping costs this year, more than twice what it spent two years ago.
     
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    What happens when a major political party campaigning in a hugely significant election misrepresents itself on social media? Not much, apparently.
     
  •      
    Holiday gifts are meant to be fun, but security researchers say some presents can be downright creepy.
     
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    Researchers have discovered an alarming security flaw that could let some Android apps spy on users without their knowledge.
     


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