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WhatsApp delays new privacy policy as users flee to rival apps

January 15, 2021

WhatsApp is delaying the release of a new update following mass confusion over what data it shares with its parent company, Facebook.

Thousands of Amazon warehouse workers to vote on whether to form company's first US union

January 15, 2021

Thousands of Amazon warehouse workers at an Alabama facility will begin voting next month on whether to unionize their workplace, potentially paving the way for the first US-based union at the e-commerce giant.

Bumble files for IPO

January 15, 2021

Bumble, the company best known for its female-centered dating app, is getting ready for its big date with Wall Street.

Facebook is playing whack-a-mole against 'stop the steal' groups after Capitol riots

January 15, 2021

Groups and individuals spreading lies about the 2020 election and calling to protest the outcome have continued to hide in plain sight on Facebook, even as COO Sheryl Sandberg this week tried to downplay the platform's role in the Capitol riots.

Analysis: Alibaba is facing an 'existential crisis'

January 15, 2021

This year could be the most consequential for Alibaba since it was founded two decades ago.

Samsung Galaxy S21 smartphones are smarter and cheaper but don't come with a charger

January 14, 2021

Samsung's new Galaxy S21 lineup has an updated look and lower price tags, but customers will also notice two items missing from the box: headphones and a charger.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: Trump ban was right but sets a 'dangerous' precedent

January 14, 2021

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has defended his company's decision to ban President Donald Trump, while acknowledging that the move stems from its failure to promote "healthy" conversations and sets a "dangerous" precedent.

Tech companies ban Trump, but not other problematic leaders - CNN Video

January 14, 2021

Twitter's ban on President Trump has set off a fierce international debate around free speech, and who, if anyone, ought to be policing it online. CNN's Scott McLean reports.

At a subdued CES, computers provide excitement

January 13, 2021

In a most unusual time, CES was diminished this year, with lots of companies including Google and Amazon not having a substantial presence and presenters mourning the lack of face-to-face contact. But one category that was still on fire with new product announcements was computers.

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