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Facebook’s Oversight Board to rule on Trump ban

The new board will decide whether the former president can use Facebook and Instagram again. Source link

What Internet Censorship Looks Like

This article is part of the On Tech newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it weekdays.We’ve seen the internet magnify the...

Covid-19: Amazon offers to help with US vaccine delivery

The firm has signed an agreement with an unnamed healthcare provider to administer vaccines on site at its warehouses around the US. It...

Uber: London cabbies plan to sue for damages

Thousands of the capital's taxi drivers have already signed up to the planned group legal action. Source link

Gaming firms fined nearly £7m for restricting European sales

Valve denied this, telling CNBC that it has "co-operated fully, providing all requested evidence and information to the commission". Source link

Malware found on laptops given out by government

Suspicious files contacting Russian servers are thought to have been found on devices given to schools. Source link

Amid One Pandemic, Students Train for the Next

The project was awarded funding in early 2020, said Christine Marizzi, the chief scientist at BioBus. Weeks later, the coronavirus began to pummel...

Can gaming help my depression?

Joe, from Glasgow, has been an avid gamer all his life, but it wasn't until he experienced a traumatic incident in his 20s...

Social media giants grilled on hate content

Twitter boss: Trump ban is 'right' but 'dangerous' Source link

‘A Total Failure’: The Proud Boys Now Mock Trump

After the presidential election last year, the Proud Boys, a far-right group, declared its undying loyalty to President Trump.In a Nov. 8 post...

PS5: Restock of new PlayStations causes chaos online

Experts say automated bots are buying up the stock for resale. Source link

QAnon believers struggle with inauguration.

Followers of QAnon, the pro-Trump conspiracy theory, have spent weeks anticipating that Wednesday would be the “Great Awakening” — a day, long foretold...

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Uber, After Buying Postmates, Lays Off More Than 180 Employees

SAN FRANCISCO — Uber on Thursday laid off roughly 185 people from its Postmates division, or about 15 percent of Postmates’ total work...

The great graphics card shortage of 2020 (and 2021)

PC gaming, in particular, is having a renaissance. The Steam game platform saw records broken for all its peak statistics in 2020 -...

Nokia 1.4, Nokia 6.3, and Nokia 7.3 May Launch in Late Q1 or Early Q2 2021

Nokia 1.4, Nokia 6.3, and Nokia 7.3 could be launched in Q1 or early Q2 of this year, a new report claims. All...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, Galaxy Tab a 10.1 (2021) May Be in the Pipeline

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite could be in the works and come in Wi-Fi, LTE, and 5G variants, a new report suggests. The...