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    Lyft is adding an option to allow people to order a ride in a more retro way -- by phone call -- a year after Uber tried doing the same before shutting it down.
     
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    California's net neutrality law can go into effect after a federal judge on Tuesday handed a defeat to broadband providers who had pushed to overturn the law.
     
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    Before last year, 28-year-old Meredith Giuliani thought voice notes were "kind of weird," and she mostly stuck to texting. But after the pandemic hit, audio messages became a daily routine for her and many of her friends.
     
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    Mukesh Ambani has spent years trying to turn his inherited oil business into a tech empire. In 2020, that pivot really kicked into overdrive.
     
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    Facebook will restore news pages in Australia after the government agreed on changes to a planned media code that the company said would allow it to retain greater control over what appears on its platform.
     
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    After a wild several weeks for GameStop, the retailer's chief financial officer is resigning.
     
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    Adam Neumann, the disgraced former CEO and cofounder of WeWork, may soon have a massive payday as part of a possible settlement with SoftBank, the company's largest investor, but the amount under discussion is far less than the golden parachute originally offered.
     
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    Over the last year, the worldwide web has started to look less worldwide.
     
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    Jack Ma's Ant Group quickly became one of China's most powerful companies, and its plans for bridging the worlds of tech and finance were growing ever more ambitious by the day.
     
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    Nearly 30,000 Macs worldwide have been infected with mysterious malware, according to researchers at security firm Red Canary.
     
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    Hayley Arceneaux, a 29-year-old cancer survivor and physician assistant at St. Jude children's hospital, got an out-of-the-blue question from her employer last month: Would she like to go to space?
     
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    Peloton is releasing a lower-priced treadmill to become more than a purveyor of high-end stationary-bikes.
     
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    Microsoft is joining forces with publishers in Europe to call for an Australia-style system that would force tech platforms such as Google and Facebook to pay news organizations for content.
     
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    Nearly a year into the Covid-19 pandemic, many Americans remain stuck trying to work, attend school and socialize from home. For tens of millions of them, this is made more difficult because they lack access to fast, reliable internet at home.
     
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    Surging iPhone sales in the final three months of 2020 pushed Apple ahead of Samsung as the world's biggest smartphone maker, according to new research.
     
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    Remember the good old days when your phone was running out of juice and you could easily snap off the back cover, pull out the battery and swap in a new one?
     
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    CNN's Stephanie Elam gets a look at a life-sized model of Mars rover Perseverance as NASA releases new images from its mission to Mars.
     
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    Uber is reviewing how it treats thousands of drivers in the United Kingdom after the Supreme Court upheld a ruling that they should be classified as workers and not independent contractors.
     
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    Facebook's decision to block people from sharing news in Australia has been rebuked by lawmakers around the world, raising the specter of a much wider showdown between the world's biggest social media platform and the governments and news organizations fighting to check its power.
     


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