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AT&T is launching a new app to manage parental control features

AT&T is launching a new app to manage parental control features

AT&T is sunsetting its parent control Smart Limits app and replacing it with a new app called Secure Family. The new app will be available November 26th, and includes new features like location
She-Ra’s showrunner on villains, heroes, and the show’s controversial design

She-Ra’s showrunner on villains, heroes, and the show’s controversial design

Noelle Stevenson has had a whirlwind career, and like so many other young artists these days, it started online. In 2012, while still a student in art school, she started Nimona, a goofy webcomic
Amazon made a (RED) version of the second-gen Echo

Amazon made a (RED) version of the second-gen Echo

Amazon is offering the second-generation Echo in red, in support of Product (RED) and its humanitarian efforts to combat HIV / AIDS. Similar to the arrangement it first offered last year, Amazon will
TP-Link’s new smart outlet is actually an outlet — and that’s why it’s smart

TP-Link’s new smart outlet is actually an outlet — and that’s why it’s smart

This summer, I replaced every single power outlet in my house with a tamper-resistant one. You do things like that when you’ve got a curious two-year-old. But I kind of wish I’d waited — because
Facebook will reduce reach of ‘sensationalist and provocative’ content

Facebook will reduce reach of ‘sensationalist and provocative’ content

Facebook is once again tweaking how stories spread through the News Feed, this time going after posts that are “sensationalist and provocative.” The goal isn’t just to cut down on clickbait, but to
No one at Facebook seems to know who hired a DC opposition research firm

No one at Facebook seems to know who hired a DC opposition research firm

One of the bigger bombshells in was that the company had hired an opposition research and consulting firm known as Definers Public Affairs, which it said had created deceptive news posts and pushed
PlayStation is skipping E3 2019

PlayStation is skipping E3 2019

PlayStation is officially skipping E3 2019, according to an announcement from Sony. This marks the first time in the 24-year history of E3 that the gaming giant won’t attend the show, via Variety. In
Fox News is mad at Twitter for responding too slowly to Tucker Carlson doxx

Fox News is mad at Twitter for responding too slowly to Tucker Carlson doxx

It’s been seven days since Fox News stopped tweeting. On air, the stories continue unabated, and Facebook, posts continue to appear. It’s only the network’s Twitter account — where it has more than 18
Kyocera’s new rugged phone has a sapphire screen and a fingerprint sensor

Kyocera’s new rugged phone has a sapphire screen and a fingerprint sensor

From the makers of the soap-proof, washable phone, comes another phone that’s tough in a different way. The Verizon-exclusive DuraForce Pro 2 is Kyocera’s newest rugged phone, and it comes with more
Major directors, actors petition Warner Bros. to save FilmStruck

Major directors, actors petition Warner Bros. to save FilmStruck

Some of the biggest directors working in Hollywood, from Christopher Nolan to Alfonso Cuarón and Guillermo del Toro, are asking Warner Bros. to save the classic-film streaming service FilmStruck.
Facebook critics file FTC complaint over breach of 30 million accounts

Facebook critics file FTC complaint over breach of 30 million accounts

A coalition of Facebook critics has filed a complaint against the company with the Federal Trade Commission, asking the agency to investigate this year’s breach of 30 million user accounts. In
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Facebook removed a lot of spam, violence, and fake accounts this year

Facebook removed a lot of spam, violence, and fake accounts this year

Facebook’s latest transparency report shows a big jump in spam and violent content takedowns, some advances in proactively identifying hate speech, and the first numbers for bullying, harassment, and
FCC approves SpaceX’s plan to launch more than 7,000 internet-beaming satellites

FCC approves SpaceX’s plan to launch more than 7,000 internet-beaming satellites

The Federal Communications Commission has approved SpaceX’s request to launch a constellation of 7,518 satellites into orbit, a major regulatory hurdle the company needed to clear in its plans to
Fallout 76’s first end-game nuke launches, starts apocalyptic battle

Fallout 76’s first end-game nuke launches, starts apocalyptic battle

One of the biggest draws of Fallout 76 is the introduction of nuke launches, the player-triggered events that create both powerful enemies and great rewards. While the detonation of a nuke seemed
Apple adds third-party app integration to Final Cut Pro X

Apple adds third-party app integration to Final Cut Pro X

Final Cut Pro X, Apple’s professional video-editing software, is adding some updates today that will integrate third-party apps directly within the editing interface. Though third-party plug-ins and
A Facebook patent would use your family photos to target ads

A Facebook patent would use your family photos to target ads

Facebook has filed a patent that would make it easier to target whole families with ads by analyzing the photos they post. The application, filed on May 10th and published today, covers an algorithm
Apple targets Qualcomm employees with new job listings

Apple targets Qualcomm employees with new job listings

Apple and Qualcomm have been in a heated dispute for the last two years, and now Apple is taking another small jab at the company by opening up jobs that seem to be designed to grab employees from the
Blumhouse is making eight thriller features for Amazon

Blumhouse is making eight thriller features for Amazon

Blumhouse Television, Jason Blum’s acclaimed production company, is planning to produce eight feature-length thrillers for Amazon’s streaming service. Variety reports that the projects will all be
Bombshell Facebook report raises new campaign finance questions

Bombshell Facebook report raises new campaign finance questions

At a Senate Judiciary markup on Thursday morning, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) said she will send a letter to Facebook and the Justice Department regarding concerns raised yesterday that the company