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Instagram

Instagram Promises to Quit Putting Old Posts Atop Your Feed

Instagram isn't switching back to a chronological feed, but the company is planning to roll out some changes to 'ensure that newer posts are more likely to appear first in feed.'
Uber

Self-Driving Uber Vehicle Fatally Strikes Pedestrian in Arizona

The Uber vehicle was operating in autonomous mode with a human behind the wheel in Tempe, Arizona, when the incident occurred overnight.
Cryptocurrency

Government Shuts Down Cryptocurrency Pyramid Scammers

The defendants allegedly claimed they could turn the equivalent of around $100 into $80,000 in a month. In reality, most victims weren't even able to recoup their initial investment.
Apple

Apple Is Reportedly Trying to Make its Own Displays

If successful, Apple will no longer have to rely on another company for its screens.
Lyft

Lyft Will Test All-Access Monthly Subscriptions

The ride-hailing company is testing a subscription service that would remove the need to pay every time you travel.
Flying cars

Google Co-Founder Larry Page's Air Taxi Takes Flight

It's called Cora, and it takes off like a helicopter before flying like a plane using electric propulsion.
Internet

The Inventor of the World Wide Web Says It's Out of Control and Needs to Be Regulated

In an open letter, Tim Berners-Lee raised the question over whether internet companies can effectively police themselves.
Fake news

Fake News Spreads Faster on Twitter Than Real News, Study Says

Don't blame bots. People share fake news over Twitter because they find the content novel, according to the MIT study.
Amazon

Alexa Is Randomly Laughing, But Nobody's in on the Joke

Some Alexa users have heard random, creepy giggles from the virtual assistant in recent weeks. Amazon says the problem was the result of a false positive.
Facebook

Facebook Faces Flak Over 'Sexual Images' From Minors Survey

The survey asked Facebook users whether it'd be OK for adults to use the platform to ask a 14-year-old girl for sexual pictures.
Apple

Stanford Students to Apple: the iPhone Is Too Addictive

The students are urging Apple to add an 'Essential Mode' to iPhones that would offer 'just calls, texts and photos.'
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