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Facebook

Facebook's Constant Tracking on Android Can Now Be Limited

Facebook for Android is always tracking your location, even when you aren't using the app. However, the latest update finally allows you to limit this tracking rather than disabling it completely.
Samsung

Samsung Galaxy Fold Smartphone Will Set You Back at Least $1,980

Samsung's folding smartphone is the most expensive phone we've seen in the U.S., but it's also dazzling. It goes on sale on April 26, and will be available from AT&T and T-Mobile in the U.S.
Nike

Faulty Update Bricks Nike 'Self-Lacing' Smart Shoes

Android users who bought the Nike Adapt BB are taking to the Google Play Store to complain. 'Broke my $350 shoes with a Nike update,' reads one review.
YouTube

YouTube Introduces One-Time Warning, New Strike Penalties

The first time you post something that violates YouTube's rules, you'll essentially get a one-time pass. From there, you'll get three strikes, which expire after 90 days.
Twitter

Twitter: Instead of Tweet Edits, How About 'Clarifications'?

Jack Dorsey wants you to be able to clarify any offensive tweets you might have posted in the past.
Apple

Rumor: Apple AirPods 2, AirPower, New iPads to Arrive March 29

Word has it that Apple is planning to release its second-generation AirPods along with new iPads and the long-awaited AirPower wireless charging pad.
SpaceX

Elon Musk: Mars Trip Could Cost You Less Than $500K or Even $100K

The prices would be 'low enough that most people in advanced economies could sell their home on Earth and move to Mars if they want.'
Innovation Now

President Trump Signs Executive Order Establishing the 'American AI Initiative'

The plan is light on details and loaded with China subtext.
Amazon

Report: Amazon Reconsidering New York City HQ2 Amid Backlash

Facing vocal opposition from local politicians and residents, Amazon is reportedly having second thoughts about its plans for an East Coast headquarters in Long Island City, Queens.
Infographics

What Does Big Tech Know About You? Basically Everything.

This infographic examines the privacy policies of Facebook, Google, Apple, Twitter, Amazon and Microsoft.