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Here’s why low-credibility news seems to dominate Twitter

  With the entire world seemingly up in arms over “fake news,” you’d think it would have been wiped out by now. Yet low-credibility content...

Amazon makes its machine learning courses available for free

  Amazon announced today that it’s making its range of machine learning courses available to all developers signed up to its AWS platform for free. This...

We’re hosting a pitch battle at Hard Fork Decentralized

  We’re inviting blockchain and cryptocurrency startups, projects, and organizations to battle it out. Our blockchain and cryptocurrency event, Hard Fork Decentralized, is taking place...

HTC’s not done making phones, but it needs to find new ways to stay alive

HTC, the maker of the first ever commercially available Android phone, is still keen on making new devices, even after a disappointing year that...

Apple reportedly resumes iPhone X production to recover from dismal sales

Apple introduced three iPhones this year with a huge fanfare: the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. But two months...

YouTube’s testing two back-to-back ads so you can watch videos for longer

Do you absolutely hate YouTube’s pre-roll ads? Well, YouTube’s thinking about introducing two back-to-back skippable ads, called “Ad-pods.” In return, it’ll let you watch...

Xiaomi’s $194 Redmi Note 6 Pro with dual front cameras drops in India

Xiaomi has built a commanding position in the Indian smartphone market by selling a wide range of affordable phones priced between $85 to $200...

500,000 Android users downloaded malware made by one developer

Android malware has been on the rise over the past couple of years, we’ve just seen one of the worst attacks of this kind....

Some Google Pixel 3 owners can’t use the camera due to a critical bug

Issues with the Google Pixel 3 are piling up after customers got hands on it nearly a month ago. Now, some device owners find they can’t...

Google might soon let users comment on search results, starting with sports scores

Google already lets Maps users review places they’ve visited; it may soon include a similar feature for general search results as well. 9to5Google recently discovered...
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