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    A fourth grader in Roswell, New Mexico, has been walking to his elementary school to do his classwork over the building's WiFi because he didn't have internet access at home.
     
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    The iPhone 12 has arrived in China, and Apple fans are already lining up for it — just not necessarily at stores.
     
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    The new iPhone hits shelves on Friday, and that usually means fans lining up outside Apple Stores around the world.
     
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    Huawei says sales growth is sputtering, after Washington tightened restrictions and cut off the Chinese tech company's access to key technology.
     
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    Finding ways to maintain social distancing will be key to getting workers back into the office. An Israeli company thinks it can help, using smart sensors mounted on workplace ceilings.
     
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    In a blow to Uber and Lyft, a California appeals court said Thursday that the companies must reclassify their drivers as employees rather than independent contractors, affirming an earlier court decision.
     
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    Nobody likes to have their phone stolen ... unless it's stolen by your own toddler in the middle of your TikTok dance. Video of an adorable theft delighted the internet and inspired people to post other babies (and a pet fox) swiping phones. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
     
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    Deciding whether — or when — to upgrade your smartphone is hard. Besides some attempts at swanky foldable phones, the look of smartphones hasn't changed much in recent years. Most improvements, while technologically impressive, mostly feel minor to the average consumer. But Apple's latest iPhone lineup has analysts predicting tons of upgrades.
     
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    For months, Uber drivers and passengers in California have received aggressive messaging in support of its controversial ballot initiative, Proposition 22.
     
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    Airbnb announced it will be working with former Apple design chief Jony Ive on future products.
     
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    A Georgia county is ground zero for what may be the first ransomware attack to hit election infrastructure this political season.
     
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    In its two decades, Google has amassed a dizzying amount of power, building a search and advertising behemoth that many critics believe is an illegal monopoly. But the fact you get most of Google's services for free, and that many people seem to prefer them over alternatives, could -— Google hopes — save it from a landmark federal lawsuit challenging that alleged monopoly.
     
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    If you use the internet, Google is practically inescapable. This is most evident in how we search for almost everything online — so much so that "Google" is synonymous with search.
     
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    Deciding whether — or when — to upgrade your smartphone is hard. Besides some attempts at swanky foldable phones, the look of smartphones hasn't changed much in recent years. Most improvements, while technologically impressive, mostly feel minor to the average consumer. But Apple's latest iPhone lineup has analysts predicting tons of upgrades.
     
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    Facebook's court-like Oversight Board for appealing content decisions will now begin receiving cases, officials said Thursday, marking the launch of what CEO Mark Zuckerberg promised two years ago would be an independent accountability mechanism for the world's largest social media platform.
     
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    Facebook has launched its dating service across 32 European countries after it was delayed for several months because of data privacy concerns.
     
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    Ant Group — the crown jewel of billionaire Jack Ma's tech empire — is one step closer to its highly anticipated market IPO in Shanghai and Hong Kong.
     
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    Tesla reported by far its best quarterly profit Wednesday and said it still hopes to hit its target of half a million car sales this year.
     
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    NASA completed its first-ever mission to land on an asteroid 200 million miles from Earth.
     


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