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An Oath for AOL and Yahoo, Apple’s working on its own iPhone graphics chips, and the Trump administration cracks down on H-1B visa seekers

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Congress opens the door for internet providers to sell your browsing history, Facebook copies Snapchat… again, and Uber’s first diversity report

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Intel buying Mobileye for $15.3B, Yahoo CEO Mayer to get $23M in severance, & Pandora Premium prepares for launch

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Companies oppose Trump immigration order, Uber hires Mark Moore to develop flying cars, & Google and Facebook’s program to help French newsrooms combat “fake news”

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Google uses machine learning to reduce data for images, Intel wants sensors to help you with shopping, & the Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3 launches

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Facebook’s Journalism Project seeks to strengthen online news, Alphabet kills solar drone project, Instagram Stories get auto-playing video ads and more

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Dell launches a 2-in-1 XPS 13, French workers win the right to ignore email after hours, Twitter’s China head leaves the company, and more

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Handbrake finally gets its first stable release, Fake news triggers a Facebook Safety Check, Rent the Runway raises $60M and more

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Apple launches iOS 10.2, live video comes to Instagram, Bill Gates launches a new fund to fight climate change, and more

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Samsung will brick U.S. Galaxy Note 7s with final update, Obama orders a review of 2016 election cyber attacks, & Facebook corrects some metrics

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Samsung scores a decisive Supreme Court victory in its Apple patent case, President-elect Donald Trump will meet with tech leaders next week, Softbank will invest $50 billion in the U.S., and more

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Netflix adds offline playback, GoPro cuts 15 percent of its workforce, and Apple marks World AIDS Day with a tint of red