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


WhatsApp delays new privacy policy as users flee to rival apps
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From rss.cnn
WhatsApp is delaying the release of a new update following mass confusion over what data it shares with its parent company, Facebook.


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


This Keurig-like machine for soft serve ice cream is what the world really needs
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From rss.cnn
It's a rocky road to disrupt the ice cream industry, but sundae you may get your soft serve from a pod.


'Stop the steal' groups hide in plain sight on Facebook
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From rss.cnn
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.


Alibaba is facing an 'existential crisis'
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From rss.cnn
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
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From rss.cnn
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.


China's Huawei backtracks after filing for patent to identify Uyghur faces
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From rss.cnn
Chinese technology company Huawei is backtracking on a patent application it filed for a facial recognition system intended to identify Uyghurs from other Chinese ethnicities.


Snapchat permanently bans President Trump
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From rss.cnn
US President Donald Trump has been permanently banned from Snapchat, according to a statement by the platform Wednesday.


Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: Trump ban was right but sets a 'dangerous' precedent
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From rss.cnn
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.


At a subdued CES, computers provide excitement
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From rss.cnn
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.


What to expect at Samsung's Galaxy S21 smartphone launch
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From rss.cnn
Samsung is set to update its Galaxy smartphone line about a month ahead of its typical launch schedule.


You can now take a 5G-powered virtual tour of The Met
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From rss.cnn
Pandemic travel restrictions and shelter-in-place orders have made it difficult to access cultural experiences. But a virtual tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City could help ease some of those stuck-at-home blues.


CES 2021 highlights: see-through TVs, a rollable smartphone and ice cream pods
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From rss.cnn
We're two days into this year's virtual Consumer Electronics Show, and we've already seen big tech announcements from companies like LG, Razer, and even Yves Saint-Laurent and L'Oreal. From a "rollable" smartphone and transparent TVs to a $299 lipstick mixer, here are the highlights from the tech trade show so far.


YouTube is suspending President Donald Trump's channel
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From rss.cnn
YouTube is suspending President Donald Trump's channel for at least one week, and potentially longer, after his channel earned a strike under the platform's policies, the company said Tuesday evening.


Pinduoduo under fire as China turns on its tech titans
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From rss.cnn
One of China's most prominent e-commerce companies is facing intense public backlash over allegations that it overworks its employees. It's a sign that scrutiny of the country's tech champions is broadening, and could become even more intense.


The tech industry used 'the nuclear option' to crack down on violent groups organizing online
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From rss.cnn
Twitter's decision to ban President Donald Trump from its platform on Friday sent shock waves through the political and tech worlds. But a different tech crackdown that began later that night and continued through the weekend arguably has the potential to shift how people think about the internet and the companies that power it.


Forget foldable TVs. Transparent screens are the cool new tech trend
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From rss.cnn
TVs seem to get bigger, slimmer and more connected each year. But now, in 2021, you can also see right through them.


aHoneypota tactic to find Capitol rioters
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From https:
Women in the US are apparently using dating apps to track down insurrectionists who stormed the Capitol building last week to report them to the FBI.

Storm front like a aloaded guna
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From https:
Southeast Queensland is bracing for wild and damaging storms on Saturday afternoon, with the approaching weather front described as a aloaded guna.

The car most maker wonat build anymore
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From https:
Once upon a time, way back in the 20th century, long before SUVs and one-tonne utes ruled the roads of Australia, the most popular style of vehicle was a much lighter, lower four-door car with a large box in the middle for carrying people and a smaller box at each end.

Warning issued for fake fundraisers for children killed in Wellington crash
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From https:
Generous Australians wanting to donate money to the family impacted by a fatal crash in regional NSW last week are being warned of fake fundraising accounts.

How to have the ultimate Porsche experience
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From https:
Did Mercedes put you on its F1 race seat shortlist when Lewis Hamilton caught coronavirus? Me neither.

Huge cost of car companyas green revolt
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From https:
It ainat easy being green.

Trump aaliasa revealed in court filing
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From https:
US President Donald Trump considered joining Parler under a pseudonym in the months before the controversial social network went dark, its chief executive claimed in court papers.

Aussie helicoptersa attack power upgraded
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From https:
Australiaas defence capability will be bolstered, with the glitch-prone Tiger helicopter to be replaced by a fleet of Apacheas armed reconnaissance helicopter (ARH).

New aalarma to enforce social distancing
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From https:
From virus-zapping drones to smart masks to disease-predicting wearables, the tech sector is showcasing ways to detect and mitigate the coronavirus outbreak.

aIt was unreala: Earthquake rocks Victorian mining town
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From https:
A 3.5 magnitude earthquake has rocked a small mining town in Victoriaas west.

Pants down: Hansonas website blunder
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From https:
The rights to Pauline Hansonas website have been bought, with internet surfers redirected to the Refugee Council of Australia.

Tile CEO says competition from Samsung avalidatesa category
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From https:
If you were the CEO of a company that only makes one kind of product, you might be a little worried to hear one of the biggest companies in the world was about to start competing with you. But the head of Tile has welcomed the challenge from Samsung.

Fans fury over Samsungas changes
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From https:
Samsung announced three new smartphones and a pair of wireless earbuds at its Unpacked event on Friday morning, but not everyone is happy about some of the changes in the new devices.

Twist in bid to save Joe the pigeon
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From https:
A lone pigeon has managed to unite Australians and Americans to fight for a common cause, with hundreds of people joining together to save the bird after it appeared to have made an incredible 15,000km journey from Alabama to Melbourne.

Beloved niche phone Samsung killing off
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From https:
Samsung has announced new wireless earbuds, three new flagship phones, and further fuelled speculation that it will kill off one of its most beloved devices - but it was the new features of its latest smartphone that it was most keen to promote.

Standoff over car bay goes viral on internet
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From https:
A standoff over a car parking space has gone viral on social media after a middle-aged woman, dubbed a aKarena, stood in front of the vacant spot with her dog to reserve it.

Australia braces for anti-vax nightmare
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From https:
Australians are being urged to be wary of online disinformation as the federal government prepares to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine next month.

Key detail of amost expensivea headphones
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From https:
For car enthusiasts or anyone obsessed with supercars, get excited because Automobili Lamborghini has partnered with Master & Dynamic to create a range of premium headphones and earphones.

Why this car is unlike any other
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From https:
Small SUVS are 20 cents a dozen these days a every car brand has one a but Citroenas C3 Aircross brings a combination of style and substance few can match. But there is one big catch.

aWalkiesa is manas best friendas favourite word
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From https:
If your dog gets over excited when you mention the word awalka, youare not alone.

Aussie upstart taking on Apple
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From https:
An Australian company is taking on the worldas most valuable brand at its own game a but its CEO reckons they have something the tech giants donat: A head start.

Icon disappearing from stores
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From https:
Thereas a high likelihood the last time you bought a computer it had one of these little stickers on it letting you know there was an aIntel Insidea.

Sonyas Vision S Tesla rival hits the road
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From https:
Sonyas Vision S is a lot of things.

From extreme heat to flooding, wild weather events sweep Australia
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From https:
Parts of Australiaas east and west coasts are set to swelter, with temperatures exceeding 40C in some parts of NSW.

Stunning find in hidden cave
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From https:
Itas been described as one of the acoolest types of discoveriesa because it was ahiding in plain sitea.

Toyota HiLux: fuel cell makes sense, says local boss
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From https:
Stand by for the hydrogen-powered HiLux.

Simple question in TV feud
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From https:
Korean tech giants Samsung and LG have revealed the new technology they will begin putting in their televisions, but a director at Chinese rival TCL had a simple question for the two tech giants: aWhat took you so long?a

Donat forget to charge your mask
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From https:
A new teched-up product is dominating this yearas Consumer Electronics Show for the same reason itas all happening online this year.

Screens in cars are getting even bigger? Is it safe?
Date: Sat, 16 Jan 2021 00:26:10 +0000
From rssfeeds.usatoday
Mercedes-BenzA revealed a 56-inch screen nearly spanningA the width of an entire car, becoming the latest automaker to bet on larger digital displays.