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Adam Mosseri, Facebook Beck Diefenbach | Reuters Adam Mosseri, the head of Facebook-owned Instagram, said the company is willing to make decisions that keep its users safe from online bullying, even if it leads to decreased usage. “We will make decisions that mean people use Instagram less if it keeps people more safe,” Mosseri told
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Students use the Waymo driverless vehicles to get to school. Source: Waymo Waymo is rolling out amenities to entice riders to use its self-driving taxis, creating a potential route to profitability in a money-losing industry. The Alphabet subsidiary is testing complimentary Wi-Fi in its robotaxis in greater Phoenix, where hundreds of the company’s identical, driverless
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Walter Isaacson, author of the 2011 “Steve Jobs” biography, on CNBC on Monday revealed the extent of pointed criticism from the late Apple co-founder about Tim Cook not being a “product person.” “I softened it in the book a bit. Sometimes I soften things that I thought were too harsh,” said Isaacson, whose¬†biography was published
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In this photo illustration, the Huawei logo and Chinese flag is seen displayed on an Android mobile phone. Omar Marques | LightRocket | Getty Images A new analysis of CVs of Huawei staff appeared to reveal deeper links between the technology giant and China’s military and intelligence bodies than had been previously acknowledged by the
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Bill Gates Gerard Miller | CNBC Steve Jobs was a master at “casting spells” to keep Apple employees motivated and working long hours, said Bill Gates, the billionaire co-founder of technology giant Microsoft. “I was like a minor wizard because he would be casting spells, and I would see people mesmerized, but because I’m a
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Bojan Fatur | E+ | Getty Images Within weeks of giving birth, first-time mother Kyra Davis realized she was producing more milk than her baby needed. So she began storing it in her fridge and freezer at her San Francisco home. Davis had heard about the well-documented shortages at donor banks across the country. The
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, founder of space venture Blue Origin and owner of The Washington Post. Alex Wong | Getty Images News | Getty Images Amazon stores the things you ask Alexa indefinitely. But it’s easy to delete that data from Amazon’s servers if you know how. This issue has been in the news because
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The new MacBook Air Todd Haselton | CNBC Apple may replace the controversial butterfly mechanism keyboards that it has used in all modern MacBook, MacBook Pro and MacBook Air computers introduced since 2015, according to a note from top Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The keyboard, which Apple has tried to keep improving, is known for
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Facetime on an iPhone Chris Ratcliffe | Bloomberg | Getty Images Apple is testing a feature in its FaceTime video chat app that makes it look like you’re making eye contact with the person you’re speaking with, even if you’re just looking at the screen instead of the camera. Normally, if you just look at
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Attendees visit the Electronic Arts (EA) Inc. display at the E3 Expo in Los Angeles, California. Patrick Fallon | Bloomberg | Getty Images Shares of Electronic Arts fell more than 5% Friday morning after initial viewership numbers for a new release failed to reach previous highs. The video game company released season 2 of the
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