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Microsoft is cannibalising Office 2019 in new marketing campaign

Microsoft has launched a new marketing campaign to discourage customers from buying its recently released Office 2019 productivity suite in favour of its subscription-based sibling…

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Flickr to drop the ax on free users, will begin deleting old photos in March

Beginning March 12, Flickr will start deleting photos from free user accounts to bring them within a new 1,000-photo limit — a delay from the…

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Apple removing ‘Do Not Track’ from Safari as focus shifts to Intelligent Tracking Prevention

Amid a decline in adoption by websites, Apple has revealed that it will remove support for “Do Not Track” in Safari 12.1. As detailed in…

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Samsung’s New Wireless Earphones ‘Galaxy Buds,’ Galaxy S10 (Again) Leak: Reverse Charging, In-Display Fingerprint Reader

The Samsung Galaxy S10 is the star of another leak yet again, but this time around, it’s making the headlines along with the company’s new…

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NYPD demands Google stop revealing DUI checkpoints on Maps and Waze

Water is wet, the sky is blue, and police don’t like people reporting speed traps and other law enforcement checkpoints. The New York Police Department…

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus review

One of the best big Android phones you can own Our Verdict The Galaxy S8 Plus is the Android phone you want if you like…

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Microsoft uses AI to bring the Met’s art collection to the web—and your Instagram

Want your Instagram feed to be transformed into literal art? Microsoft says it can be done Microsoft has teamed with New York City’s Metropolitan Museum…

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Amazon employees were outraged that its board of directors was all white. The company has finally changed that.

Starbucks executive Rosalind Brewer is the fourth female director on Amazon’s board. Starbucks Chief Operating Officer Roz Brewer speaks during the Starbucks Annual Shareholders Meeting…

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To protect users’ privacy, iOS 12.2 will limit Web apps’ access to iPhone’s sensors

The latest iOS beta defaults Web access to motion sensors to “off.” The beta for iOS 12.2 contains a change to mobile Safari that could…

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Grumble Pai: FCC boss told by House Dems to try the novel concept of putting US folks first, big biz second

Snotagram accuses comms regulator chief of being a Useful Ajit for telcos The chairs of the US House of Reps’ commerce and technology committees have…

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