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And the young, brilliant professor who made them before he died
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While the industry nose-dives, a large majority of the country thinks it is doing great.
Activists just won a landmark case against the social network.
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So how did a problem slip through?
The Facebook CEO had a change of heart that could recast the future of the internet.
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Squelching vaccine misinformation might be easier than the platform makes it seem.
It’s the paranoid style, mutated for platform politics.
What Amazon pulling out of Queens means for the urban growth machine
But in newly released numbers from California regulators, the challengers in the self-driving-car race are looking better.
The remarkable #FuckFuckJerry has been as successful as a spontaneous campaign can be.
The data on the company’s real-estate holdings reveal a remarkable inflection point.
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More than nothing, but not much more
The world’s two most powerful countries are fighting over the most important next-generation communications technology.
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