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Facebook may have a grown-up problem: Young people leaving for Instagram and Snapchat

Facebook will see a decline among teenagers in the U. S. this year, says market research firm eMarketer. SAN FRANCISCO — Facebook will see a...

Verizon's new cheaper unlimited plan comes with some limits

For $5 less, Verizon is removing HD video streaming, slowing down its mobile hotspot and roaming in Canada and Mexico. There's a pricier plan...

Spotify launches in Thailand to continue its Asia push

While talk of Spotify's apparent upcoming IPO continues in the U. S., the music streaming service is furthering its coverage of Asia after it...

The timing is perfect for a new Chromebook Pixel

A new report says Google is preparing to release a long-awaited update to its Chromebook Pixel, and it can’ t come soon enough. One thing...

Where's the kelp? Warm ocean takes toll on undersea forests

Where's the kelp? Warm ocean takes toll on undersea forests When diving in the Gulf of Maine a few years back, Jennifer Dijkstra expected to...

Facebook Safety Check Becomes a Permanent Feature With Its Own Section

Keeping its word to make 'Safety Check' a permanent feature, Facebook is rolling out a 'Safety Check' page that would help users find emergency...

Ride-hailing start-up Grab wants to solve traffic problems with helicopters

Grab helps users make their daily commutes more convenient, but it could be taking to the skies in a bid to improve urban mobility. Southeast...

gamescom 2017: HP announces new OMEN X Laptop powered by Windows 10

Today, HP announced its most powerful gaming laptop to date: the new OMEN X by HP Laptop powered by Windows 10, available later this...

Google Assistant headphones may launch alongside the Pixel 2

Google seems to be working on a set of headphones with its own voice assistant tech built-in. Google may be prepping a set of headphones...

Google launches Android 8.0 Oreo

AOSP now, Nexus & Pixel later. Google has officially released the next version of its flagship mobile operating system, with Android 8.0 Oreo to replace...
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