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A bug meant Twitter Fleets could still be seen after they disappear

A bug meant Twitter Fleets could still be seen after they disappear Twitter is the latest social media site to allow users to experiment with posting disappearing content. Fleets, as Twitter calls them, allows its mobile users post short stories, like photos or videos with overlaying text, that are set to vanish […]

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Google plans to test end-to-end encryption in Android messages

Google plans to test end-to-end encryption in Android messages For the past year and a half, Google has been rolling out its next-generation messaging to Android users to replace the old, clunky, and insecure SMS text messaging. Now the company says that rollout is complete, and plans to bring end-to-end encryption to […]

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L’Oréal rolls out a line of ‘virtual makeup’

L’Oréal rolls out a line of ‘virtual makeup’ Selfie filters have improved immensely over the past several years, but companies on the forefront of the tech see plenty of room to grow. The cosmetics world has seen some rapid change in the past several years as makeup has proven particularly ripe for […]

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Netflix tests a programmed linear TV and movie channel in France

Netflix tests a programmed linear TV and movie channel in France Netflix is testing out a programmed linear content channel, similar to what you get with standard broadcast and cable TV, for the first time (via Variety). The streaming company will still be streaming said channel – it’ll be accessed via Netflix’s […]

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Facebook takes down “Stop the Steal 2020” group organizing around false claims of election chicanery

Facebook takes down “Stop the Steal 2020” group organizing around false claims of election chicanery Facebook has taken down a group that had amassed over 300,000 members and was sharing misinformation and organizing around false allegations of impropriety during the 2020 elections. The group, called “Stop the Steal 2020” was organizing protests […]

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Microsoft now lets you bring your own data types to Excel

Microsoft now lets you bring your own data types to Excel Over the course of the last few years, Microsoft started adding the concept of ‘data types’ to Excel, that is, the ability to pull in geography and real-time stock data from the cloud, for example. Thanks to its partnership with Wolfram, […]

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This Week in Apps: Apple’s big event, lidar comes to iPhone, Android gets a new IDE

This Week in Apps: Apple’s big event, lidar comes to iPhone, Android gets a new IDE Welcome back to This Week in Apps, the TechCrunch series that recaps the latest OS news, the applications they support and the money that flows through it all. The app industry is as hot as ever, with a record 204 […]

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Google introduces song matching via humming, whistling or singing

Google introduces song matching via humming, whistling or singing Google has added a new feature that lets you figure out what song is stuck in your head by humming, whistling or singing – a much more useful version of the kind of song-matching audio feature that it and competitors like Apple’s Shazam […]

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Google Assistant gets an incognito-like guest mode

Google Assistant gets an incognito-like guest mode Google is launching a few new privacy features today that include a refreshed Safety Center that’s now live in the U.S. and coming soon globally, as well as more prominent alerts when the company expects that your account has been tampered with. The most interesting […]

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Apple brings Health Records to iPhone in the UK and Canada

Apple brings Health Records to iPhone in the UK and Canada Apple has added support for the Health Records feature of its Health app on iPhones in two new markets – the UK and Canada. The electronic medical records feature originally debuted in the U.S. in 2018, and the company says that […]

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