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    Countless tech products cross our desks at CNN Business throughout the year. So when it comes time for the holiday shopping season, we're extra choosy about what we buy and give to friends and family.
     
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    YouTube channels posing as American news outlets racked up millions of views on false and inflammatory videos over several months this year, all with the help of YouTube's recommendation engine.
     
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    The horrifying ordeal is just one of many recent invasions of users' Ring devices in recent weeks, many of which are carried out by hackers who figure out a way to log into people's accounts without them knowing.
     
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    Microsoft just unveiled its next generation video game console: The Xbox Series X.
     
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    Whitney Wolfe Herd, 30, is now the CEO of a dating empire that claims it has 500 million global users across its four apps: Bumble, Badoo, Chappy and Lumen. She's focused on expanding the company internationally and advocating for legislation outlawing digital sexual harassment.
     
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    Like WeWork before it, Chinese coworking startup Ucommune is facing a few hurdles in its attempt to go public in the US.
     
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    A hacker gained access to the Ring security camera of a Mississippi family and used the speaker feature to harass their 8-year-old daughter, telling her he was Santa Claus and encouraging her to destroy the room.
     
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    Lyft has spent years battling Uber in the ride-hailing market. Now, it's taking on Hertz and Avis, too.
     
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    Facebook's stock took a dive on Thursday following a report that federal regulators may seek to prevent the company from more tightly integrating its social media products.
     
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    Do you bathe in milk, gobble up kimchi or dress in getups straight out of the '80s? If you don't, you might soon -- Facebook predicts those trends could go global in 2020.
     
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    Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have teamed up with Amazon Studios to produce a new reality show about Indian weddings.
     
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    Apple is flexing deeper into health and wellness with a new Orangetheory partnership.
     
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    SoftBank's decision to abandon its $300 million investment in dog-walking startup Wag has raised more questions about the strategy of its mega tech fund.
     
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    A self-destructing robot will be sent into orbit on the world's first space cleanup mission, European scientists announced Monday, a fresh approach to fixing up the galaxy's junk graveyard.
     
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    SoftBank-backed OneConnect, the financial services unit of Chinese insurance giant Ping An, is downsizing its initial public offering.
     
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    From the viral sensation of Lil Nas X's song "Old Town Road" to Billy Porter's extravagant red carpet ensembles, the year's most popular searches have been laid out for all to see, giving us a glimpse of what America really wants to know.
     
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    Blue Origin, the stealthy company founded by Amazon's billionaire founder Jeff Bezos, just launched another test flight of its tourism rocket as it steadily inches toward sending paying customers into space.
     
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    Peloton may have bigger problems than the public relations fallout from the controversial ad that became a meme. Short-seller Citron Research said Tuesday it expects the stock to plunge nearly 85% to just $5 a share.
     


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