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How a hacked American nightclub Twitter account was implicated in China's information war
Twitter recently took down a covert network of nearly 1,000 accounts it says are tied to the Chinese government. Many, but not all, of the accounts attacked pro-Democracy protesters in Hong Kong.
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Facebook finally rolls out privacy tool for your browsing history
More than a year after Mark Zuckerberg tried to defuse a privacy uproar by teasing a new tool to help users "clear" their history on the platform, it's finally rolling out -- but some may be disappointed by the limitations of the feature.
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Social network Homeis thinks a safe space for immigrants online is possible
Homeis is a place for people born in foreign communities to find each other in their new home city for tips, dates, jobs and more.
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Instagram got us hooked on likes. What happens when they're gone?
In a move to reduce some of the pressure people may feel about getting a lot of 'likes' on the platform, Instagram has been testing hiding them in a handful of countries, including Canada, Ireland and Australia. Here's what users think.
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Gamescom: What was announced at the world's biggest video game conference
Gamescom, the biggest video game event in the world, kicked off Monday in Cologne, Germany. Video game developers are eager to show off their coming attractions, and fans from around the world are tuning in.
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Baidu just gave its suffering shareholders a little bit of hope
Baidu has had an abysmal year. But investors aren't ready to write off the company just yet.
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Twitter cracks down on state media after unveiling Chinese campaign against Hong Kong protesters
Twitter will no longer accept advertisements from state-controlled media outlets, the company announced Monday, hours after it joined with Facebook to take down a covert Chinese social media campaign that sought to undermine pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
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A new Westworld game actually delivers on virtual reality's promise
While "Westworld Awakening" may be a triumph of an emerging medium, it faces a major obstacle from the get-go: finding people to play it.
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Instagram wants hackers to go after its new shopping feature
Instagram wants hackers to put its latest shopping feature to the test.
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US expands blacklist but gives Huawei another 90-day reprieve
The US Commerce Department said Monday it is adding more than 45 new businesses associated with Huawei, the embattled Chinese technology giant, to an export blacklist.
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Bernie Sanders wants to stop police from using facial recognition software
A criminal justice plan from presidential candidate Bernie Sanders would ban police from using facial recognition software.
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Nintendo announces dozens of new indie games coming to the Switch
Nintendo kicked off the Gamescom pre-show by announcing the arrival of dozens of new independent games for the Switch.
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Apple's 'very compelling' argument against tariffs
President Donald Trump says that Apple CEO Tim Cook has made a "very compelling argument" that new tariffs would harm the US tech giant's ability to compete with its top rival.
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Yes, tech companies may listen when you talk to your virtual assistant. Here's why that's not likely to stop
Big tech companies don't like to talk about it. And when users find out it's happening, they're often surprised and disturbed.
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