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    Europe wants to extend free EU-wide roaming for another 10 years

    Being able to use the internet and all data-dependent services free of charge in foreign countries is one of the…

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    Spotify reveals HiFi subscription, 80-country expansion, new exclusive podcasts

    Spotify laid out its vision for “a new golden age of audio” on Monday, revealing it will launch a new subscription tier…

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    Tips and hacks that every Bolt rider needs to know this Season of Love

    February is joyful, warm and a season of love – a season where we share our love by exchanging gifts…

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    Chemicals in plastics damage babies’ brains and must be banned immediately, a group of scientists says

    Synthetic chemicals called phthalates are damaging children’s brain development and therefore must be immediately banned from consumer products, according to a group…

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    Facebook doubles down on debunking climate change myths

    Facebook is expanding its efforts to tackle misinformation about climate change by expanding the reach and remit of its Climate…

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    Facebook plans to release its own smartwatch and go after Apple

    Facebook engineers have been busy designing a new smartwatch that will keep the social networking giant’s apps and services front…

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    Zoom adds facial effects so you can look your weirdest during meetings

    While Zoom was originally created as a serious meeting application for businesses, it has since become one of the most-used…

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    XPrize details Elon Musk’s $100M prize to fight climate change

    Last month, Tesla Motors and SpaceX CEO and richest person in the world Elon Musk announced he’d put a small…

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    Why WhatsApp users are moving their family members to Signal

    When WhatsApp users started freaking out about privacy on the messaging app last month, Kevin Woblick knew it was time…

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    Why Twitter Blocked Accounts Linked to Farmers’ Protests in India—Only to Reverse Course

    Twitter blocked access to accounts associated with farmers protesting against the Indian government on Monday, in a localized blackout of…

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    Apple to make it harder for apps to track iPhone users

    Apple says it will roll out a new privacy control in the spring to prevent iPhone apps from secretly shadowing…

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    Facebook improves alternative text photo descriptions for blind, visually-impaired users

    Facebook on Tuesday rolled out an update to its Automatic Alt Text (AAT) feature that improves the detail of photo…

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