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Facebook’s News tab arrives in the UK

There are sections for various topics including science and tech, business, entertainment, health and sport. You’ll be able to select…

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Apple shuffles hardware execs to make room for a mysterious new project

Dan Riccio has served as senior VP of engineering overseeing all of Apple’s hardware since 2012, but now he’s stepping…

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Peacock will stream Indycar practice and qualifying sessions this season

When the 2021 Indycar season starts on April 18th, you’ll be able to watch some of the action through Peacock…

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Hyundai rolls out adorable customer service robot for its showrooms

According to Hyundai, this means that the robot can recognize when someone has entered the showroom without wearing a mask,…

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The Sundance Film Festival makes a giant leap into VR

Over at the New Frontier Gallery, every VR/AR/mixed media exhibition was on display like a work of art. Stepping up…

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Facebook will let researchers study its election ad targeting data

The data will be available through the Facebook Open Research and Transparency (FORT) tool, which the company created “to enable…

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‘Cyberpunk 2077’ update introduced a game-breaking bug

Cyberpunk 2077’s 1.1 update was supposed to set the troubled game on the path toward redemption. Instead, it seems to…

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Twitter’s new ‘Birdwatch’ experiment crowdsources fact-checking

Twitter is launching a new feature to fight misinformation: Birdwatch, a “community-driven approach” that crowdsources fact checks directly from other…

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How Biden and Harris could refocus the White House on science

The Trump administration did roll out an American AI Initiative in February 2019 which outlined a national strategy for AI…

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A personal trainer app guilt-tripped me into exercising (and it worked)

That was why I was initially drawn to Future. After I signed up, I was asked to choose a personal…

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