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    Why Can’t Instagram Get Anybody to Care About IGTV?It’s been months since Instagram launched its longform video hub, with help from popular creators. So why isn’t the YouTube competitor luring users?
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    I Don’t Want My Echo Dot to Be Able to Tell When I’m SickDr. Alexa is in.
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    Facebook, Please Leave National Coming Out Day AloneUsers can now add “Came Out” as a life event. It’s an unnecessary addition that shows a misunderstanding of how most LGBTQ people actually come out.
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    Introducing the New IntelligencerNow with business and tech coverage, more politics, a podcast, an experimental new homepage, and even more great writers.
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    Taylor Swift Is Glad Her Tumblr Stans Liked Her PostShe also likes kicking Republicans, figuratively.
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    Talking With the Man Whose Techno-Thriller Is Based on a China Supply-Chain HackAugust Cole and P.W. Singer’s 2015 book Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War just got a whole lot scarier.
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    Either Bloomberg or Apple and Amazon Are Badly Wrong About the China Hack StorySomebody is wrong, and it’s driving me crazy trying to figure out who — and why.
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    The Facebookification of Instagram Has BegunThe newest features from the platform feel out of touch for Instagram but old hat for Facebook.
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    Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Desperately Wants to Be a Zelda GameThe newest game in the series offers a lot of meaningless choices.
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    Hoo Boy, China May Have Hacked Apple, Amazon, and Dozens MoreTiny microchips implanted on motherboards used in servers by Apple, Amazon, and over 30 other companies are now under intense scrutiny.
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    Trump ‘Texting’ the Entire Country Was Already the NormThursday’s FEMA alert test was strangely chill.
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    Holy Crap, Am I a Microsoft Surface Fanboy?They’re the laptops that Apple should be making.
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    Hey, Just a Reminder That Facebook Revealed a Huge Data Breach Last WeekThe company is doing the bare minimum to notify affected users.
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    Facebook Has Everything GE Once Had, Except JobsWhile GE has lost the equivalent of Facebook’s market valuation since 2018, it also employs ten times as many people as Facebook.
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    Justice Department Sues California Over Net-Neutrality LawJeff Sessions was ready and waiting.
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    Can You Believe How Many Women Own This One-of-a-Kind Couch?Inside a Soho penthouse decorated entirely for Instagram influencer photo shoots.
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    I Can’t Control My Social-Media Usage. But iOS 12 Can!Using technology to solve my addiction to technology. What could go wrong?
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    Facebook Says Hack Hit 50 Million AccountsFacebook forced 90 million users to log out of their accounts on Friday as a precaution.
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    SEC Sues Elon Musk for FraudIt all started when Musk tweeted a pot joke that wasn’t entirely a joke.
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    How ‘Zendaya Is Meechee’ Came to BeAlso, Common is Stonekeeper.
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    If Zuck Acquires You, You’ll Feel Gross. The Only Question Is HowTwo separate products, three separate founders, two separate reasons for leaving — all with regrets about being bought (& made rich) by Zuck.
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    Fortnite Is Finally, Actually Cross-PlatformEverything syncs now.
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    Is Instagram About to Suck?Instagram’s co-founders announced a surprise departure this week.
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    The Bongo Cat Meme Is Our Light in the DarknessIt’s a cat, and it plays sweet music for you.
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    Why Would Google’s Ex-CEO Predict a Separate Chinese Internet?Let’s put on our tinfoil hats and read too much into what Eric Schmidt had to say about China and the future of the internet.
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    Google’s Internal Resistance Probably Won’t Keep It Out of ChinaA cadre of Google employees managed to stop Google’s work with the U.S. military. But Google seems much more ready to keep pushing on China.
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    Twerendipity: When Characters in Your Stories Suddenly Show Up in Your MentionsMoments of Twitter serendipity are the last glimpse of what social networks were supposed to be for.
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    I Wanted to Understand This Fareed Zakaria Meme. So I Talked to Waluigi.Twitter’s favorite new meme format for today goofs on Fareed Zakaria talking to Bono about populism.
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    How Nervous Should You Be About Life Insurance That Tracks Your Health Habits?Would you share data about your health habits to save a few bucks on your insurance?
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    Haha Sure: Amazon’s Voice-Controlled Microwave Is Here“This is so sad Alexa play dinner for one.”
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    Kanye West Is Finally Right About Something: Social Media Shouldn’t Have MetricsA rare moment of Twitter clarity from Kanye West.
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    E.U.’s Biggest and Baddest Antitrust Enforcer Pokes at AmazonMargrethe Vestager, European Commissioner for Competition, takes an initial look at how Amazon uses data from its marketplace.
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    4 Possible Futures for Elon Musk and TeslaDoes Tesla motor along? Does it get acquired? Will Elon serve jail time? We do some divination for America’s weirdest CEO.
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    Why We Love Thinking About How the President’s Penis Looks Like Toad From MarioStormy Daniels’s latest disclosure is just another part of the new normal for Mario.
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    Activate This Twitter Setting to Help Save What Remains of Your Feeble BrainSwitch to a strict chronological timeline.
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    Elon Musk Gets Sued for Calling Diver Who Rescued Cave-Trapped Boys a ‘Pedo’The billionaire tripled down on his speculation that the heroic diver was a pedophile and dared him to sue.
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    The Key to Amazon’s E-Commerce Success Is Also Its Biggest HeadacheAmazon is a platform for anyone to sell nearly anything to anyone, and is tremendously lucrative. It’s also tremendously hard to moderate.
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    Just Clicking a Link Will Crash and Restart Your iPhoneA simple CSS-hack can instantly crash and restart your iPhone.
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    Only 11 Percent of the State Department’s Devices Are Highly SecureEven the U.S. State Department does not use multi-factor authentication.
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    ‘Wow Queen’: The Story Behind the Internet’s Most Famous Goofy ArtA self-taught artist created the iconic image that’s taken on a life of its own.
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    Your iPhone Is Just Another Household Appliance NowWhy a newer, slightly faster smartphone really isn’t news anymore.
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    Reddit Bans Major QAnon Hive, r/GreatAwakeningWhere will the conspiracy theorists head now?
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    Boy, This Year’s iPhones Sure Felt Like a Letdown, Huh?iPhone ennui.
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    How New FCC Rollbacks Could Cut Off Rural Americans From the InternetNearly 24 percent of all rural Americans reported major barriers to high-speed internet access.
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    U.S. Silently Enters New Age of CyberwarfareBuried beneath a mound of political scandal, the Trump administration silently rescinded key regulations limiting the use of destructive cyberweapons.
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    The Big Reasons Apple Is Putting Out a Big PhoneWhy Apple is going to put out a huge old honking phone.
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    The ‘Do Yall Hear Sumn?’ Meme Cares About Not CaringA new SpongeBob meme tells users to not even bother.
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    Tesla Stock Goes Up in Smoke As Two Executives DepartBut at least Elon seems to be having fun!
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    Elon Musk Smokes Weed, Talks Electric Planes on Joe Rogan’s PodcastBut it appears he did not inhale.
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    Twitter Finally Bans Alex JonesApple, Facebook, YouTube, and Spotify did this weeks ago.
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