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Justice Department Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Google (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
A victory for the government could remake one of America’s most recognizable companies and the internet economy that it has helped define.
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How We Spend Hours a Day Using Google's Products (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
Googling something was all we once did with Google. Now we spend hours a day using its maps, videos, security cameras, email, smartphones and more.
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The Google Antitrust Lawsuit Explained (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
The suit is the first antitrust action against the company to result from investigations by American regulators.
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Apple iPhone 12 Review: Superfast Speed, if You Can Find It (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
The new iPhone has an improved design, but it’s undermined by the wireless industry’s messy rollout of ultrafast 5G networks.
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When Start-Ups Go Into the Garage (or Sometimes the Living Room) (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
Labs closed in the pandemic, but innovation doesn’t stop. So while some workers have the home office, engineers have the garage.
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Election Tech That’s Super Simple (Mon, 19 Oct 2020)
The most useful technology doesn’t have to involve flying cars. Sometimes, it’s really easy.
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Pakistan Rescinds TikTok Ban (Mon, 19 Oct 2020)
A decision outlawing the social media app was overturned after 10 days with assurances from the Chinese owners that content would be moderated according to local laws.
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As Local News Dies, a Pay-for-Play Network Rises in Its Place (Mon, 19 Oct 2020)
A nationwide operation of 1,300 local sites publishes coverage that is ordered up by Republican groups and corporate P.R. firms.
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Remote but Inclusive for Years, and Now Showing Other Companies How (Sun, 18 Oct 2020)
Ultranauts has been developing creative ways to hire, manage and motivate a far-flung and diverse work force for seven years.
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Paleontologists See Stars as Software Bleeps Scientific Terms (Mon, 19 Oct 2020)
When their annual conference was moved online, they were amused to find seemingly benign words blocked and replaced with asterisks during virtual sessions.
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What Went Viral This Week (Mon, 19 Oct 2020)
Hunter Biden, a “Two and a Half Men” star’s death and Amy Coney Barrett’s empty notepad carried the week on social media.
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In Reversal, Twitter Is No Longer Blocking New York Post Article (Fri, 16 Oct 2020)
The latest change underlined how rapidly social media platforms are shifting their positions in the days leading up to the election.
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How The Babylon Bee, a Right-Wing Satire Site, Capitalizes on Confusion (Fri, 16 Oct 2020)
President Trump tweeted about one of the site’s stories on Friday. It is unclear whether he knew it was a joke.
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Brace for Holiday ‘Shipageddon’ (Fri, 16 Oct 2020)
The pandemic and the holidays will make shipping a zoo. Shoppers, listen up.
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Facebook and Twitter Dodge a 2016 Repeat, and Ignite a 2020 Firestorm (Thu, 15 Oct 2020)
The companies have said they would do more to stop misinformation and hacked materials from spreading. This is what that effort looks like.
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Twitter Changes Course After Republicans Claim ‘Election Interference’ (Thu, 15 Oct 2020)
It had blocked an unsubstantiated New York Post article about the Bidens but said late Thursday that it would allow similar content to be shared.
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Ignore Phone Companies About 5G (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
The cellular networks might be life-changing in the future. Not today.
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YouTube Cracks Down on QAnon Conspiracy Theory (Sat, 17 Oct 2020)
YouTube has played a bigger role in moving QAnon from the fringes to the mainstream than most platforms.
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Among Us: You're the Impostor (Mon, 19 Oct 2020)
YouTubers, influencers and streamers popularized Among Us, a multiplayer game. Now it’s everywhere.
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Trump Overstates W.H.O. Position on Lockdowns (Wed, 14 Oct 2020)
The health organization said it continued to advocate a “do it all” approach, including shutdowns when necessary.
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Gadgets Were on the Way Out. Then 2020 Happened. (Thu, 15 Oct 2020)
A brutally unexpected year turned millions of people into gear nerds, whether they liked it or not.
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Schools Struggle to Secure Computers (Wed, 14 Oct 2020)
Facing a laptop shortage, some schools have had to jump through hoops to make remote learning work.
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Finally, the First Room-Temperature Superconductor (Wed, 14 Oct 2020)
It conveys electricity in the climate of a crisp fall day, but only under pressures comparable to what you’d find closer to Earth’s core.
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Disinformation on Ballot Boxes and More Are Circulating on Social Media (Wed, 14 Oct 2020)
The misinformation touches on ballot boxes, the “deep state,” and a conspiracy involving the coronavirus and the vote.
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Riled Up: Misinformation Stokes Calls for Violence on Election Day (Thu, 15 Oct 2020)
Baseless claims are circulating online about a Democrat-led coup, inflaming tensions in an already turbulent election season.
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IPhone 12 Prices in Line With Recent Years (Tue, 13 Oct 2020)
Apple did not markedly increase the cost of its newest devices from last year.
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Hello iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro (Tue, 13 Oct 2020)
The newest iPhones have 5G capability and improved design features. But Apple was vague about just how much faster the phones would be.
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So, Should You Buy a New Phone or Not? (Tue, 13 Oct 2020)
Here are three steps to take to arrive at an answer.
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Apple Unveils a Smaller HomePod (Tue, 13 Oct 2020)
The company’s smart speaker product has not been as successful as Amazon Echo and Google Home.
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Google Employees Are Free to Speak Up. Except on Antitrust. (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
A company operating in the shadow of government regulators has some very particular rules about what workers can say about it.
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Facebook Bans Anti-Vaccination Ads, Clamping Down Again (Tue, 13 Oct 2020)
The social network, which prohibits misinformation related to the coronavirus, has also banned other types of content in recent days.
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When to Buy a New Phone. Or Not. (Tue, 20 Oct 2020)
If you’re wondering if you should buy a new smartphone, ask yourself these questions first.
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