Instagram makes cleaning up boring subscriptions easier with new tab

Instagram can now categorize the accounts that we follow according to the level of interaction that we maintain with them, thus facilitating the cleaning of its subscriptions. Normally, to find…

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Zuckerberg promises changes on Facebook that “will make many angry”

Mark Zuckerberg said Facebook will implement changes that “will make many angry” after recently being criticized for allowing politicians to lie in their ads disguising it as freedom of expression….

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Fear of coronavirus drives markets down in North America

The North American stock markets had their worst session in several months on Friday, as investors let themselves be overcome by fears surrounding the coronavirus epidemic and its repercussions on…

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American Walmart stores will no longer sell e-cigarettes

Walmart announced Friday that it will stop selling electronic cigarettes in its stores, including Sam’s Clubs, following a series of mysterious illnesses and deaths related to vaping. The largest chain…

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incognito mode coming to Google maps

The IT giant is considering a feature that would reduce the amount of data collected by the application. This stealthy browsing mode, similar to the one already available on Google…

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Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo Challenge US Customs Taxes

Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo have asked the US authorities to remove video game consoles from the list of products hit by potential new taxes on imports from China, according to…

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Uber wants to go public, but could “never be profitable”

Uber Technologies has 91 million users worldwide, but its growth slows down and could never lead to profit, according to the IPO prospectus filed Thursday by the giant of the…

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