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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.
You don’t really own it, and it breaks in unpredictable ways.
Welcome to the abyss of the “reverse supply chain,” where hope springs eternal.
Critics have raised fears that the pictures could be used for corporate surveillance, but this is a molehill on the mountain.
Not even its core business practices
It’s much more interesting.
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House Republicans are taking the fruits of Twitter’s growth with them into the minority.
For a tech giant that delivers TV over the internet, the company hasn’t faced much criticism, but that grace period could be ending.
A machine-learning model showed promising results, but city officials and their engineering contractor abandoned it.
None of them is good.
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In exchange for even more data about you from Amazon, Netflix, Spotify, Microsoft, and others
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