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    Apple pushed out the iOS 13 software update on Thursday and there are a few hidden features to check out.
     
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    YouTube is backtracking on changes it announced to its verification process following backlash from creators on its platform.
     
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    Amazon employees walked out in protest on Friday over the company's inaction on climate change.
     
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    YouTube stars are voicing their frustration after the platform announced changes to its verification program.
     
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    While sitting in the audience at Apple's campus in Cupertino, California, watching a parade of executives unveil the new iPhone 11 lineup, I couldn't help but think of all the features the company wasn't introducing.
     
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    After months of waiting, Apple's new software update for iPhones is finally here.
     
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    Apple opened its redesigned store on Fifth Avenue Friday after two years of renovations.
     
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    Twitter suspends the account of a former Saudi royal court adviser, Saud al-Qahtani, who was fired over his role in the murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
     
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    This weekend marks 25 years since "Friends" hit TV screens -- and Google is marking the occasion with a sparkling special feature.
     
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    Drone deliveries are finally coming to the United States in a very limited way.
     
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    Uber and Lyft are each trading well below their IPO prices. Slack's stock took a beating after its first earnings report as a public company earlier this month. And WeWork is struggling just to make it across the IPO finish line.
     
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    A flaw in iOS 13, the new iPhone operating system Apple released Thursday, exposes contact details stored in iPhones without requiring a passcode or biometric identification. And Apple has known about the flaw since July, a person who reported the bug to Apple told CNN Business.
     
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    Another console-maker from the 16-bit era of video games is trying to tap into the nostalgia market.
     
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    The creation of Tunabot was led by a team from the University of Virginia, and the wiggly little guy could help us learn more about the mechanics of fish movement. If all goes well, Tunabots could also be used for things like underwater surveillance.
     
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    In the week after Amazon announced plans to fill 30,000 jobs in the US, the company was deluged with more than 208,000 online applications. That's more than 18 job applications uploaded per minute.
     
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    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced a broad plan on Thursday to fight climate change, including meeting the Paris climate agreement 10 years early, which will make the company carbon neutral by 2040.
     
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    TiVo revolutionized the way families watched cable two decades ago.
     
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    Huawei is about to find out just how important Google is to its global smartphone business.
     
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    A Google and Amazon-backed startup believes its Jeopardy trivia app is safe for drivers to play while behind the wheel, but experts on distracted driving aren't convinced.
     
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    Facebook will no longer offer single-use plastic water bottles in its new offices worldwide. Instead, it will install water-filling stations for employees.
     


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