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Billboard
By: Billboard Staff
It's official: Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate special election in what many pundits are calling a major...
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The former U.S. attorney defeated Trump-backed Republican Roy Moore.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

He is the first Democrat elected to the U.S. Senate from Alabama in a quarter-century.

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Fast Company
By: Mark Sullivan

Moore may have lost the votes of Alabamians who agreed with his agenda, but balked at his morally questionable actions and statements. The Democrat Doug Jones has defeated Republican Roy Moore for the open Alabama Senate seat. Jones’s victory ...

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The New York Times
By: ALEXANDER BURNS and...

Doug Jones, a former prosecutor, defeated scandal-scarred Roy S. Moore for the Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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The New York Times
By: ALEX BURNS and CAMPBELL...

As a prosecutor and defense lawyer, Mr. Jones played a role in some of his state’s biggest cases, putting him in a position to make electoral history.

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The Basketball Hall of Famer and Alabama native supported the Democrat Monday.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

Government workers can no longer use it.

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Doug Jones counting on African-American turnout in Alabama Senate election

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Tech Crunch
By: Taylor Hatmaker

 Capping off months of controversy, espionage claims and international intrigue, the U.S. government ban on Kaspersky Lab software has been signed into law. The ban, wedged into the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA),...

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil

The antivirus software prohibited on US government networks due to concerns of Russian government influence.

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil
President reinstates FAA rules struck down by an appeals court earlier this year.
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Fortune
By: Reuters

Government workers can no longer use it.

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Tech Crunch
By: Taylor Hatmaker

 Capping off months of controversy, espionage claims and international intrigue, the U.S. government ban on Kaspersky Lab software has been signed into law. The ban, wedged into the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA),...

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Fast Company
By: Mark Sullivan

Moore may have lost the votes of Alabamians who agreed with his agenda, but balked at his morally questionable actions and statements. The Democrat Doug Jones has defeated Republican Roy Moore for the open Alabama Senate seat. Jones’s victory ...

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil

The antivirus software prohibited on US government networks due to concerns of Russian government influence.

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Maria Mercedes Lara
Looking for the perfect gift for someone who is obsessed with the British royal family? Well, we've got you covered. We've rounded up the most elegant, funny, and adorable gifts that are sure to put a smile on any royal fan's face - ranging from...
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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Shannon Vestal Robson

Elf is a movie that never gets old, and even though it's firmly a holiday movie, we find ourselves quoting the Will Ferrell comedy year-round. Buddy the Elf has so many cute one-liners that instantly brighten your day and make you feel like smiling...

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Stronger-than-expected holiday sales have spurred a late-season surge in imports, as retailers restock their warehouses to keep up with e-commerce demand.

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Maggie Panos
Hoping to get something special for the American Horror Story fan in your life? We have plenty of suggestions! After all, why wait until the holiday season when you can get your pal a Room 64 key now? Apparel and twisted books aren't the only...
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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Ryan Roschke

We may be nearing the end of American Horror Story's seventh season, but the cult will live on forever. This holiday season, you can bestow upon Cult's diehard fans the gift of everlasting life. And no, we're not talking about drinking poisonous...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Ryan Roschke
Have you sufficiently recovered from the news that HBO has renewed Big Little Lies? Good, because we've got a lot to go over. In addition to announcing the second season of the explosive mini series (which I guess is just a regular series now),...
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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Ryan Roschke

Now that Big Little Lies has finally and officially been renewed for season two, we're getting good and prepped for our epic return to the dark, twisted, dramatic world of Monterey. Naturally, we've already dug up plenty of details about the second...

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Billboard
By: Colin Stutz
Courtney Barnett, sisters Lisa and Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas, folk band All Our Exes Live in Texas and hundreds of other women in Australia...
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Cnet
By: Ben Fox Rubin

We talk about Thursday's FCC vote, the Google Home Max and Apple buying Shazam.

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Billboard
By: Colin Stutz

Killer Mike, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, Neko Case and hundreds of other musicians and independent record labels have signed a petition appealing the...

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Tech Crunch
By: Devin Coldewey

 2017 has been a year of bitter partisanship, but it’s nice to see that with some issues, politicians can put aside their differences to oppose something that’s harmful — and more importantly, unpopular. That’s...

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

With the net neutrality debate raging at the FCC, it’s easy to forgot that net neutrality remains an issue inside of Congress, too — albeit a much, much quieter one. But at least one senator is still hoping to see some movement: on the Senate...

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Mashable
By: Jason Abbruzzese
It's finally here. The Federal Communications Commission will vote Thursday on a measure that would completely gut regulations to internet providers and open the door for net neutrality to be destroyed.  The vote will likely make it easier for...
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The FCC is set to vote this Thursday on its proposal to remove net neutrality protections put in place in 2015 and while it's all but certain that the commission will vote in favor of the proposal, some still haven't given up trying to...

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Fast Company
By: Sean Captain

Whether it should be or not, net neutrality regulation is a nearly lock-step partisan issue in Washington, D.C. Democratic minorities both on the commission and in Congress oppose the rollback of the rules enacted in 2015 during President...

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Tech Crunch
By: Devin Coldewey

 2017 has been a year of bitter partisanship, but it’s nice to see that with some issues, politicians can put aside their differences to oppose something that’s harmful — and more importantly, unpopular. That’s...

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Fast Company
By: Sean Captain

Failing to sway the FCC with calls, letters, and comments, advocates for regulation unleash a little online mayhem before Thursday’s vote. My fondest memory from covering Occupy Wall Street was a group of pranksters called the Tax Dodgers who ...

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

With the net neutrality debate raging at the FCC, it’s easy to forgot that net neutrality remains an issue inside of Congress, too — albeit a much, much quieter one. But at least one senator is still hoping to see some movement: on the Senate...

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Billboard
By: Gil Kaufman

Mike Shinoda wants you to get involved. The Linkin Park rapper tweeted out a series of calls to action to the band's Soldiers early Tuesday...

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Cnet
By: Ben Fox Rubin

We talk about Thursday's FCC vote, the Google Home Max and Apple buying Shazam.

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Billboard
By: Billboard Philippines
Filipino-Australian singer Ylona Garcia is joining in on all the merry making this season, sharing her Christmas playlist on Spotify. The "O Pag...
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Billboard
By: Taylor Weatherby

Welcome back to Takeover Tuesday, where each week Billboard taps chart-topping artists and taste-makers to compile their very own playlist...

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Billboard
By: Billboard Japan
At the end of November, Japanese hitmaker <a href="/music/Kenshi-Yonezu">Kenshi Yonezu</a> hit a couple of new...
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Billboard
By: Arielle Gordon

MGMT have released a studio recording and video for “When You Die,” the second single from their upcoming album ...

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Tech Crunch
By: Taylor Hatmaker
 Coinbase is growing up fast — or at least trying to. As an emblem of its current effort to accommodate the massive demand on its platform, the mainstream U.S. cryptocurrency exchange just added Facebook Vice President of Messaging...
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Fortune
By: Jeff John Roberts

A payments guru comes on board.

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TheVerge
By: Bryan Bishop
The first season of Netflix’s The Punisher arrived at an awkward time in America’s history with gun violence, but that isn’t stopping the streaming service from bringing it back for a second season. Netflix made the announcement today in a...
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Almost a month after Netflix released the first season of The Punisher, the network has officially renewed it for a second. As usual for a first announcement, there's no hint at a release date or what's in store for violent vigilante Frank ...

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Cnet
By: Gordon Gottsegen
Synaptics announced that its new scanner is entering mass production with a top five manufacturer.
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Under-the-screen fingerprint readers won't just be reserved for rough prototypes in the near future. Synaptics has sent word that a "major" smartphone manufacturer in the "top five" will unveil a phone using its Clear ID...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Monica Sisavat
Before Dwayne Johnson ever found love with Lauren Hashian, he was once married to his college sweetheart, Dany Garcia. The two met at the University of Miami when Dwayne was 18 and Dany was 21. They tied the knot in May 1997, welcomed a daughter...
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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Monica Sisavat

Dwayne Johnson has been in the spotlight for as long as we can remember. Before breaking into the acting world, Dwayne was kicking boots to asses on WWE. Given how long he's been around and how good he looks, it's easy to forget his age. So how old...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Kelsie Gibson
The CW is full of great shows, but some of the best parts are the fan-favorite couples. Do you ship Bughead on Riverdale or are The Flash's Barry and Iris your OTP? We want to know! The poll will close on Friday, Dec. 29, at 11:59 p.m., so be sure...
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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Kelsie Gibson

Once Upon a Time is based on some of the most iconic fairy tales, so it goes without saying that there are some pretty epic romances on the show. While some of our favorite couples only made a few appearances during season seven, we had to include...

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The New York Times
By: DARA E. PURVIS
Professors should refuse to send students to a problematic judge and publicly explain why.
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The New York Times
By: NORA GORDON

Congressional Republicans are going to make it more difficult for states to address inequality in public education.

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Last month, Hulu added a few new features to the web version of its Live TV service that improved browsing and made the user interface easier to navigate. Today Hulu adds to those improvements by bringing some of the more useful features available...
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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Perez

 Hulu today is rolling out a handful of new features to the beta version of its Live TV service on the web, including a picture-in-picture mode, improved search, and, most notably the addition of the user-controlled watchlist, dubbed “My...

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The New York Times
By: KATIE KIRK
I’m shocked to see friends and relatives support a credibly accused sexual predator, all because he’s a Republican.
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The New York Times
By: ANNA DUBENKO

Writers from across the political spectrum on the contentious Senate race in Alabama.

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Fortune
By: Tom Huddleston Jr.
Critics have good things to say about the latest 'Star Wars' movie.
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Cnet
By: Mike Sorrentino

Luke Skywalker is full of angst and his island is full of porgs. What the heck is a porg? Let's examine all the clues about the upcoming movie.

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The New York Times
By: MANOHLA DARGIS

With charm and wit, the latest “Star Wars” movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.

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Cnet
By: Richard Trenholm

Spoiler-free review: Heart-rending yet seriously funny, director Rian Johnson's visually stunning addition to the beloved franchise will be hard to top.

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Tech Crunch
By: Anthony Ha

 One of the most common ways to praise a new Star Wars movie is to claim that it’s the best one since The Empire Strikes Back. But sometimes the clichés are accurate. And I have to say it: The Last Jedi is the best Star Wars movie since...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Kelsie Gibson

Even the cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi knows that fans have a lot of questions about the upcoming installment. While they are sworn to secrecy on spoilers, they did reveal a few of your burning questions about the franchise during a recent...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Tricia Barr

While Star Wars: The Last Jedi introduces fans to some intriguing new characters, including Rose Tico (Kelly Marie Tran) and Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo (Laura Dern), it also delivers on the creature side of the franchise. The adorable porgs have...

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TheVerge
By: Dami Lee
We’re less than two months away from the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea, and the Olympic torch has been making its way across the country through the hands of athletes, boy-band members, and proud residents. On day 41 of the Olympic...
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Mashable
By: Marcus Gilmer

It's 2017 so of course the phrase, "a robot cut through a wall to pass the Olympic torch on to its creator" is a real sentence to describe a real thing that actually happened.  On Monday, "Hubo," a robot created at the Korean Advanced Institute ...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart
Twitch's new Alexa skill will make use of the Show's screen and help you find content to stream.
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Huddersfield Town will host Chelsea on Tuesday in a midweek Premier League game. 

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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Perez

 Twitch, the Amazon-owned video game streaming service, is now available on Alexa. The company says it has launched a new skill for Alexa device owners that will allow Twitch users to track their favorite video creators and be notified when...

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How to watch the FIFA Club World Cup semifinals between Gremio and Pachuca on December 12.

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Cnet
By: Terry Collins
A new feature from the social network should streamline things when you create a chain of tweets.
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Multi-part tweetstorms are a staple of Twitter, for better or worse, and the social network wants them to be as easy to write as possible. After months of testing, it's adding a thread feature that simplifies creating and posting a series of...

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TheVerge
By: Casey Newton

A few months after being spotted in tests, Twitter’s tool for creating tweestorms is now an official part of the app. Threads, as the company is calling them, let you string together tweets by tapping a new plus button in the tweet composer. “A...

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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Perez

 Twitter today is announcing the launch of a new feature that will allow people to more easily post tweetstorms – that is, those series of connected tweets that have grown to become a popular workaround for getting past Twitter’s...

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Mashable
By: Karissa Bell

Twitter is finally embracing the tweetstorm. In yet another admission that 140 characters (or 280 characters) just isn't enough for some people, today Twitter is introducing a feature that makes the so-called tweetstorm an official part of its...

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Trump has denied the sexual harassment allegations made against him.

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TheVerge
By: Andrew J. Hawkins
Beverage companies are continuing to drink Elon Musk’s Kool-Aid. A few days after Anheuser-Busch made the largest preorder of Tesla’s all-electric Semi trucks, PepsiCo swooped in with the new top order. According to Reuters, the soda and snack...
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Arstechnica
By: Megan Geuss

Enlarge (credit: Tesla) Reuters reported on Tuesday that PepsiCo had recently placed 100 reservations for Tesla Semis. The order is the largest public one to date and may have cost the food and beverage manufacturer as much as $200,000. (The Wall...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Krok

PepsiCo joins many other companies in the Tesla production queue.

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Fortune
By: Kirsten Korosec

Delivering soda and potato chips on electric power.

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Autoblog
By: Reuters

Filed under: Green,Tesla,Emissions,Green Automakers,Truck,Commercial Vehicles,Electric More than a dozen companies have ordered so far.Continue reading Pepsi makes biggest public pre-order of Tesla Semis: 100 trucks Pepsi...

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Billboard
By: Kat Bein
One of the most beautiful aspects of electronic music is its creative portability. It's the everyman genre, because you don't need an...
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Billboard
By: Patricia Meschino

Born in Brooklyn and raised in the cosmopolitan Caribbean island of Trinidad, Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Angela Hunte has always been...

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Billboard
By: David Rishty
It's no surprise that New York has cemented itself as a celebratory hotspot for New Years Eve given its endless supply of bars, nightclubs and...
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Billboard
By: Tamar Herman

This yearn has been filled with successes for Korean act BTS, and it looks like they’ll be kicking off 2018 in a big way with a performance at...

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Cnet
By: Richard Nieva
The social network also opens up its AR Studio platform more broadly to try to get more augmented-reality content onto Facebook.
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Facebook clearly doesn't want any significant Snapchat feature to go unanswered. It's adding World Effects to Messenger's camera that, to no one's surprise, serve as direct parallels to Snapchat's augmented reality objects. ...

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TheVerge
By: T.C. Sottek
Net neutrality advocates are asking people to call members of Congress this week to demand action. It’s a good idea to contact your senators and representatives to let them know where you stand on any issue, and expressing yourself in your own...
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TheVerge
By: Colin Lecher

The FCC’s proposed rollback of net neutrality rules is expected to pass this week, but that doesn’t mean everyone on the commission is pleased with the idea. The two Democratic Commissioners, who helped pass net neutrality protections in 2015,...

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TheVerge
By: Colin Lecher

In 2015, when the Democrat-led FCC passed strong net neutrality regulations, one widely circulated photo became emblematic of the moment. In it, the three Democratic commissioners — Mignon Clyburn, Jessica Rosenworcel, and Tom Wheeler — linked...

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Cnet
By: Marguerite Reardon

The FCC is set to roll back Obama-era regulation protecting an open internet. Here's a quick rundown to help you understand the issues.

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Arstechnica
By: Jon Brodkin

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | olm26250) With days to go before his repeal of net neutrality rules, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai issued a press release about five small ISPs that he says were harmed by the rules. Pai "held a series of telephone calls...

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Billboard
By: Gil Kaufman

Mike Shinoda wants you to get involved. The Linkin Park rapper tweeted out a series of calls to action to the band's Soldiers early Tuesday...

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

With the net neutrality debate raging at the FCC, it’s easy to forgot that net neutrality remains an issue inside of Congress, too — albeit a much, much quieter one. But at least one senator is still hoping to see some movement: on the Senate...

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Tech Crunch
By: Devin Coldewey

 2017 has been a year of bitter partisanship, but it’s nice to see that with some issues, politicians can put aside their differences to oppose something that’s harmful — and more importantly, unpopular. That’s...

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Cnet
By: Ben Fox Rubin

We talk about Thursday's FCC vote, the Google Home Max and Apple buying Shazam.

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Fast Company
By: Sean Captain

Failing to sway the FCC with calls, letters, and comments, advocates for regulation unleash a little online mayhem before Thursday’s vote. My fondest memory from covering Occupy Wall Street was a group of pranksters called the Tax Dodgers who ...

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The FCC is set to vote this Thursday on its proposal to remove net neutrality protections put in place in 2015 and while it's all but certain that the commission will vote in favor of the proposal, some still haven't given up trying to...

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Fast Company
By: Sean Captain

Whether it should be or not, net neutrality regulation is a nearly lock-step partisan issue in Washington, D.C. Democratic minorities both on the commission and in Congress oppose the rollback of the rules enacted in 2015 during President...

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Billboard
By: Colin Stutz

Killer Mike, Jeff Tweedy of Wilco, Neko Case and hundreds of other musicians and independent record labels have signed a petition appealing the...

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Thurrott
By: Mehedi Hassan
Instagram is transforming its feed by letting you follow hashtags on the platform. The post Instagram Radically Transforms Its Feed With Major New Update appeared first on Thurrott.com.
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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Perez

 Tinder announced today it’s beginning a test of a new feature called “Feed” designed to help users learn more about their matches. The Feed, which will appear as a tab on the Messages screen, will include real-time updates...

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TheVerge
By: Lizzie Plaugic

Tinder is testing a new feature called Feed that shows users real-time updates from their matches. Updates can include new profile pictures, new Instagram posts, and new Spotify Top Artists, as long as a user connects their Instagram or Spotify...

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Mashable
By: Karissa Bell

Tinder is making it easier to subtly stalk your matches.  The dating app is now testing a new "feed" feature that's meant to make it easier to strike up a conversation with a match. SEE ALSO: Reading 11 of 2017's funniest Tinder interactions...

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Today, Tinder introduced a new feature called "Feed," which allows you to learn more about the people you're most interested in by learning more about them. From Instagram posts to their favorite artists on Spotify, Feed works with...

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Fortune
By: Jeff John Roberts
Call it a yellow light.
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Inc
By: Frank Chaparro

Jay Clayton wants you to invest your money wisely.

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The woman alleges misconduct by former star players in a lawsuit.
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Understanding the sexual harassment allegations made by former NFL Network employee Jami Cantor against Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor, Warren Sapp, Donovan McNabb, Eric Weinberger and more.

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NFL Network suspends Marshal Faulk, 2 other analysts over sexual misconduct suit by ex-employee

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The NFL Network has suspended three members of its on-air team—Marshall Faulk, Ike Taylor and Heath Evans—in response to allegations of sexual harassment made in a lawsuit by a former employee.

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The New York Times
By: KEVIN DRAPER

Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor were suspended by the network over allegations in a lawsuit filed by a former wardrobe stylist for the company.

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Fortune
By: Hallie Detrick

A former employee says she was sent graphic text messages and inappropriately touched.

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Fast Company
By: Daniel Terdiman
Featuring lots of bravery, incredible evil, plenty of Luke, and the final on-screen moments of Carrie Fisher, Rian Johnson’s new film is a lot of fun. Warning: Spoilers ahead.Read Full Story
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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Kelsie Gibson

Even the cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi knows that fans have a lot of questions about the upcoming installment. While they are sworn to secrecy on spoilers, they did reveal a few of your burning questions about the franchise during a recent...

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Tech Crunch
By: Anthony Ha

 One of the most common ways to praise a new Star Wars movie is to claim that it’s the best one since The Empire Strikes Back. But sometimes the clichés are accurate. And I have to say it: The Last Jedi is the best Star Wars movie since...

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Cnet
By: Mike Sorrentino

Luke Skywalker is full of angst and his island is full of porgs. What the heck is a porg? Let's examine all the clues about the upcoming movie.

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Tricia Barr

While Star Wars: The Last Jedi introduces fans to some intriguing new characters, including Rose Tico (Kelly Marie Tran) and Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo (Laura Dern), it also delivers on the creature side of the franchise. The adorable porgs have...

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The New York Times
By: MANOHLA DARGIS

With charm and wit, the latest “Star Wars” movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.

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Cnet
By: Richard Trenholm

Spoiler-free review: Heart-rending yet seriously funny, director Rian Johnson's visually stunning addition to the beloved franchise will be hard to top.

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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart
The streaming service from Google is now live in over 80 cities.
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YouTube TV is the streaming service's live TV subscription service, which debuted in a limited number of markets. However, yesterday, YouTube TV tweeted that the service is now available in 34 new metro areas. That is a drastic increase over...

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Tech Crunch
By: Jordan Crook

 The unbundling of the cable media empire is well underway, as players like Netflix grow others like Hulu and YouTube offer live TV service. YouTube TV, in particular, is executing an aggressive rollout, just yesterday making the service...

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Thurrott
By: Mehedi Hassan
Apple's latest iMac goes on sale later this week, and it's an absolute monster. The post Apple’s $5000 iMac Pro Goes on Sale Later This Week appeared first on Thurrott.com.
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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart

In an interview with tech site T3, Apple's senior VP Phil Schiller teased the upcoming launch of the new iMac Pro.

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Tech Crunch
By: Brian Heater

 It seems like forever ago that Apple first teased the iMac Pro, the souped up, professional grade version of its all-in-one. Announced back at WWDC, the company promised the computer would arrive sometime in December, and in spite a few months ...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart

Apple says the new high-end all-in-one will go on sale on Thursday.

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

Back in June, Apple said its first iMac Pro would come out in December, but we haven’t heard a word about it since. Now, it sounds like that’s very close to changing: in an interview with T3 (highlighted by 9to5Mac), Apple marketing chief Phil...

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Apple vowed to ship the iMac Pro in December, and it's making good on that promise. The company has confirmed that its workstation-grade all-in-one will be available on December 14th. It has yet to reveal the exact configuration options, but...

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Mashable
By: Brett Williams

The new iMac Pro will released in a matter of days, giving Apple fans something to get excited about this holiday season. The computer was unveiled as a surprise at the company's WWDC conference in June with a vague December launch date. Apple SVP...

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Fast Company
By: Jared Newman
Nintendo’s big bet on a hybrid portable and home game system is paying off, with 10 million Nintendo Switch units sold in nine months. Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime told Variety that the Switch could even top first-year sales ...
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Thurrott
By: Paul Thurrott

Nintendo announced today that it has sold 10 million Switch consoles in just 9 months. Yep. It's time for some math. To access this post, you must purchase Premium Membership, Thurrott Premium - Yearly Subscription, Thurrott Premium - Monthly...

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Cnet
By: Andrew Gebhart

Thanks to popular games in the Mario and Zelda franchises, it looks like Nintendo's new console is a hit.

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Tech Crunch
By: Jordan Crook

 Nintendo has sold 10 million units of the Switch console since launch, according to the company. The console launched back in March, and is selling at a similar pace to Nintendo’s most recent hardware superstar, the Wii. The Wii sold...

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Arstechnica
By: Kyle Orland

Enlarge If you've been following video game news at all this year, you're probably tired of hearing stories about how the Switch is the hottest selling console since the Sliced Bread 64. With Nintendo announcing this morning that its console has...

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Fortune
By: Chris Morris

And holiday shopping season isn't even over yet.

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That didn't take long: Nintendo has already sold over 10 million of its hybrid home/portable console, the Switch. If you're keeping track at home, that's roughly one million consoles sold every month since March. By comparison,...

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TheVerge
By: James Vincent

The Switch continues to rack up strong sales, with Nintendo announcing today that the console has sold more than 10 million units globally in nine months. This is up from sales of 7.63 million at the end of September. The $300 Switch was released...

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Fast Company
By: Melissa Locker
San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee passed away early this morning after suffering an apparent heart attack while grocery shopping late Monday night. He was 65, and is survived by his wife, Anita, and two daughters, Brianna and Tania. Lee was in his second...
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Fortune
By: Hallie Detrick

London Breed takes over after Ed Lee's sudden death

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Ed Lee, San Francisco's first Asian-American mayor, dies suddenly at 65

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San Francisco Board of Supervisors President London Breed says that Mayor Edwin Lee has died at the age of 65.

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Fortune
By: Natasha Bach

He passed away suddenly early Tuesday morning.

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The New York Times
By: ALAN COWELL

Mr. Lee was a civil rights lawyer who, in 2011, became the first Asian-American to be elected as mayor of the city.

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Tech Crunch
By: Romain Dillet
 DJ software maker Algoriddim is releasing djay Pro 2 for macOS today. It’s a major update to the company’s flagship app. It still features what made djay popular in the first place, such as Spotify integration and a native...
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Algoriddim has been improving its DJ software consistently over the past few years for both mobile and desktop, with its most recent foray breaking ground on Microsoft's turf. Today, the company announced another step forward with an update to...

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TheVerge
By: Dani Deahl

Algoriddim’s next generation of its DJ software, Djay Pro 2, has just been released, available for macOS. The program, meant for both amateur and professional DJs, allows users to mix music entirely within the app, or use in conjunction with...

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Billboard
By: Wandera Hussein
Detroit rapper Big Sean’s appearances have been few and far between in 2017, offering up the occasional guest verse. His long awaited return...
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Billboard
By: Megan Armstrong

Walk the Moon shut up and danced on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night (Dec. 11) -- performing the new songs "One Foot" and "...

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Billboard
By: Megan Armstrong

Zendaya wasn't allowed to use her singing voice during her visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday night (Dec....

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Billboard
By: Lauren Huff

Jimmy Kimmel returned to his eponymous late-night talk show Monday night (Dec. 11) with son Billy in tow to provide an update on his son's health...

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Billboard
By: Gil Kaufman

James Corden got way, way into the spirit in a new Christmas "Carpool Karaoke" video posted on Monday (Dec. 11) in which basically...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Gemma Cartwright

After calling on festive legend Mariah Carey to help with last year's Christmas-themed Carpool Karaoke, James Corden had big shoes to fill this year. So how did he do it? By dressing up in ugly Christmas sweaters with Reggie Watts, and secretly...

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Billboard
By: Allison Stubblebine

Twenty-five-time Grammy award winning artist Juanes treated The Late Show to its first ever entirely Spanish language performance...

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The New York Times
By: GIOVANNI RUSSONELLO

“The worst you did is make the subways run late — and the M.T.A. does that just fine without your help,” the “Late Show” host said.

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Fast Company
By: Christopher Zara
Well, this is scary: The American Payroll Association has reportedly sent a letter to U.S. lawmakers warning them that last-minute changes to the GOP’s tax overhaul plan could wreak havoc on paychecks. Cited by CNN, the letter says employers...
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The largest payroll group in America is raising a big concern about the new tax plan: There simply isn’t enough time to figure out withholding for 2018.

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The New York Times
By: AL BAKER and BENJAMIN...
The suspect, Akayed Ullah, is accused of detonating a bomb in a Midtown Manhattan subway walkway. Mr. Ullah was the only one seriously injured in the blast.
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The 27-year-old suspect, Akayed Ullah, was badly injured from the explosion.

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Prison authorities are investigating the apparent brawl.
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Olympian Oscar Pistorius receive a minor injury after jail fight over telephone use

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Fortune
By: Polina Marinova
On deals and dealmakers.
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Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. This Tuesday, one Engadget editor attempted to become an Instagram star. (Spoiler: without money, it's harder than you'd think.) We have the best gift ideas for the console gamer in your life. We also ...

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Fortune
By: Alan Murray, Geoffrey...

Tuesday, 12th December

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Roy Moore faces off against Doug Jones in today's special election in Alabama.
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The wife of embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore fought back against accusations that her husband doesn't support blacks or Jews, saying at one point that one of their attorneys "is a Jew."

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Hogwarts is officially going mobile. From next year, Potterheads -- and muggles, should they wish -- will be able to create their own characters and experience life as a Hogwarts student in officially-licensed game Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery....
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Tech Crunch
By: Jonathan Shieber

 Niantic’s much-anticipated Harry Potter follow up to Pokemon Go is coming next year, but Harry Potter fans who want their first taste of Hogwarts on mobile don’t have to wait, because Harry Potter is coming to the Los...

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Fortune
By: Valentina Zarya

Fortune's daily newsletter for and about powerful women

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The Northeast will be seeing extremely chilly temperatures on Wednesday.
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The Northeast will be seeing extremely chilly temperatures on Wednesday.

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus
The software giant has announced an expansion to its AI for Earth program, making the additional $50 million available to organizations that are trying to solve climate change issues through article intelligence, the company announced in a blog...
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Watch the construction of “Vessel,” an interactive, 15-story sculpture that is the centerpiece of five acres of public space at the Hudson Yards development on Manhattan’s West Side.

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus
The sugar water giant made the announcement on Tuesday, reports Reuters. The pre-order of 100 of Telsa’s new electric trucks is the largest publicly known order so far. That means that Tesla has now received pre-orders for 267 of the new...
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Autoblog
By: Reuters

Filed under: Green,Tesla,Emissions,Green Automakers,Truck,Commercial Vehicles,Electric More than a dozen companies have ordered so far.Continue reading Pepsi makes biggest public pre-order of Tesla Semis: 100 trucks Pepsi...

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Fortune
By: Kirsten Korosec

Delivering soda and potato chips on electric power.

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Cnet
By: Andrew Krok

PepsiCo joins many other companies in the Tesla production queue.

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Tech Crunch
By: Ingrid Lunden
 Ed Lee, the mayor of San Francisco who worked closely with leaders in the city’s tech industry, has died after a heart attack aged 65. A statement issued by his office confirmed his passing after multiple media outlets report the news...
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The New York Times
By: ALAN COWELL

Mr. Lee was a civil rights lawyer who, in 2011, became the first Asian-American to be elected as mayor of the city.

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Fortune
By: Natasha Bach

He passed away suddenly early Tuesday morning.

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San Francisco Board of Supervisors President London Breed says that Mayor Edwin Lee has died at the age of 65.

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Fortune
By: Hallie Detrick

London Breed takes over after Ed Lee's sudden death

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Ed Lee, San Francisco's first Asian-American mayor, dies suddenly at 65

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Apple has launched a simple new feature that makes it even easier to get the apps you've been waiting for. The company announced a new pre-order function that lets developers make their future releases available on the App Store up to 90 days...
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Tech Crunch
By: Jon Russell

 The organization behind MyEtherWallet is planning to release an official version of its popular cryptocurrency wallet for iOS after Apple removed a knockoff that had been in the App Store for around a week. The unofficial version of the open...

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Tech Crunch
By: Jon Russell

 Apple has quietly allowed developers to make their apps available for pre-order. It’s a basic feature — as Android fanatics will point out — but nevertheless one that has been missing from the App Store. Upcoming apps will...

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Mashable
By: Shannon Connellan

Apple launched a new feature that lets you pre-order from the App Store. Announced on Monday, the change allows developers to make new iOS 11 apps available for pre-order up to 90 days before release. SEE ALSO: Download this: Bitcoin apps are riding ...

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TheVerge
By: Jacob Kastrenakes

Apple has launched a simple but useful new feature for the App Store: the ability to preorder apps and have them automatically download upon their release. A developer will now be able to put their app in the App Store up to 90 days in advance of...