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    The maker of Fortnite is suing Apple and Google after the tech giants blocked the wildly popular online video game, which boasts hundreds of millions of registered players, from their app stores Thursday.
     
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    Nazis and white supremacists have been using TikTok to spread hate speech and recruit followers, the Anti-Defamation League said in a report Thursday.
     
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    In 2018, Twitch streamer Ryann Weller played a 30-second snippet of 50 Cent's "In Da Club" on one of his livestreams. He showed viewers an animated e-card featuring his fans' faces dancing to the 2003 hit song. It became one of thousands of clips that fans have created of Weller's livestreams since he joined the Amazon-owned service in 2015.
     
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    For the past four years, tech giants including Facebook, Google and Twitter have invested massively in beefing up their election security efforts — creating new rules for political advertisers, hiring thousands of content moderators and building ties with law enforcement. The aim has been to avoid a repeat of the 2016 campaign, which was marred by foreign meddling and highlighted how woefully unprepared social media companies were for an attack on US democracy leveraging their platforms.
     
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    Investors are getting nervous about iQiyi, the online streaming provider often referred to as the Netflix of China, as regulators examine allegations of inflated earnings.
     
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    Huawei recently became the world's biggest smartphone maker, beating Samsung and Apple at their own game by offering consumers state of the art phones with amazing cameras at competitive prices.
     
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    CNN's Pamela Brown speaks with Nathaniel Gleicher, Facebook's head of cybersecurity policy, about the company's new tools to combat misinformation ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
     
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    When former IBM cloud leader Arvind Krishna took over the company's top job earlier this year, the move sent a clear signal about where the company sees its future.
     
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    President Trump's executive order last week banning TikTok if it doesn't find a buyer by next month potentially threatened to upend a vibrant social network and the broader social media marketplace.
     
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    Rwanda is using medical robots to help monitor coronavirus patients. CNN's Richard Quest speaks to Rwandan official Paula Ingabire about this technology.
     
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    With Sen. Kamala Harris ascending to become former Vice President Joe Biden's running mate, Silicon Valley can breathe a little easier, at least for now.
     
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    Jaya Lall first joined TikTok in early March to make a slideshow set to music for her friend's birthday. But the short-form video app took on new significance to her three weeks later when India went into a coronavirus lockdown, forcing her to close the preschool she runs in the country's capital, New Delhi.
     
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    The United States has taken aim at some of China's biggest tech champions, from Huawei and ByteDance's TikTok to Tencent's WeChat. Alibaba, one of the world's largest retail and internet conglomerates, could be next.
     
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    As if there wasn't already enough to worry about right now, Americans are still being bombarded by annoying (and sometimes illegal) robocalls.
     
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    Microsoft's first Android phone, the Surface Duo, is coming on September 10, the company announced Wednesday.
     
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    Tencent profits soared, as the company scrambles to understand a newly issued US ban on its messaging app WeChat.
     
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    The future of facial recognition technology may depend on one very specific part of the face: the area around the eyes.
     
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    The new Xbox Series X next-generation console will come out in November, Microsoft's gaming arm announced on Tuesday, though no specific date was given.
     
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    Apple has long been expected to debut a batch of 5G-enabled iPhones this fall. Now it appears all of the company's new phone releases this year may be able to connect to the next generation of super-fast wireless networks, according to Wedbush analyst Dan Ives.
     
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    Just three years ago, Instacart's future seemed bleak. Whole Foods, one of its biggest partners at the time, was acquired by Amazon, leaving an uncertain future for the grocery delivery startup.
     


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