Russian groups made 1100 YouTube videos during 2016 US election – The Verge


The Verge

Russian groups made 1100 YouTube videos during 2016 US election
The Verge
Google says that a Kremlin-linked group spent $4,700 on advertising as part of a misinformation campaign during the 2016 US election. Russian groups also created 18 YouTube channels and uploaded 1,108 English-language videos — some of which were …
Russian fake accounts showed posts to 126 million Facebook usersUSA TODAY


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Why did Apple let a few YouTubers scoop the first iPhone X reviews? – Recode


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Why did Apple let a few YouTubers scoop the first iPhone X reviews?
Recode
Apple's iPhone X — its most anticipated new phone in a very long time — goes on sale this Friday, Nov. 3. So sometime this week, as usual, you'll be able to read and watch a bunch of serious-sounding reviews, as Professional Gadget Reviewers critique …
Why Apple Made a Bad Bet on Face IDFortune


New iPhone X video reviews give us a close look at Animojis, Face ID and much moreBGR
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No, Facebook Is Not Listening to Conversations and Targeting Ads – AdAge.com


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No, Facebook Is Not Listening to Conversations and Targeting Ads
AdAge.com
Facebook denies that is listening to your conversations through microphones or accesses other information in ways you don't know about. But unsubstantiated rumors won't die. An AdAge editor was sure Facebook was spying on her private online …
Russia's election posts reached 126 million people, Facebook will tell CongressThe Verge


Russian fake accounts showed posts to 126 million Facebook usersUSA TODAY
Facebook Isn't Spying Though Our Smartphone Mics for Targeted AdsThe Mac Observer
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Why Apple Made a Bad Bet on Face ID – Fortune


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Why Apple Made a Bad Bet on Face ID
Fortune
It might be an uphill battle for Face ID to be a must-have feature. By Chan Choi. 5:21 PM ET. Steve Jobs was partly correct when he said, “A lot of times, people don't know what they want until you show it to them.” By the time Ford (F, +0.41%) sold
New iPhone X video reviews give us a close look at Animojis, Face ID and much moreBGR


Apple iPhoneX Epic Fail UpdateAdAge.com
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Here are the biggest games from PlayStation’s Paris Games Week show – Digital Trends


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Here are the biggest games from PlayStation's Paris Games Week show
Digital Trends
Sony's E3 presentation in June was light on new game announcements, and instead focused on several games we had already seen and extended gameplay presentations. The company took a decidedly different approach to its Paris Games Week show, …
14 New PS4, PSVR Game Announcements by Sony at Paris Games WeekIGN


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PS4 Ships 67.5 Million Units As Sony Boosts PredictionsGameSpot
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Sprint and T-Mobile Merger Might Be Over Amid Fight for Control of Combined Company – Mac Rumors


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Sprint and T-Mobile Merger Might Be Over Amid Fight for Control of Combined Company
Mac Rumors
Sprint parent company SoftBank may call off a planned merger between Sprint and T-Mobile, report Nikkei and Reuters. SoftBank's board of directors is said to be having doubts about the deal due to a failure to reach an agreement about the ownership of
Sprint is reportedly pulling out of T-Mobile merger talksTechSpot


Sprint reportedly calling off T-Mobile merger talksThe Verge
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Reality Check: The Pixel 2 XL’s Screen Problems Are Overhyped – Android Headlines


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Reality Check: The Pixel 2 XL's Screen Problems Are Overhyped
Android Headlines
Last week Google released the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, much to the fanfare of us and plenty of other press outlets as well. Google's latest devices are a stunning blend of technologies, working together to create an experience that's smoother and more
Google Pixel 2 XL: 8 Important Things To KnowForbes


Pixel 2 XL users now suffer video sound problems – but Google's working on fixZDNet
Google's Pixel 2 XL also appears to suffer from poor audio recording qualityThe Verge
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