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Why Twitter's new hearts are stressing people out

Social networks have gone overboard with hearts, and Twitter joins the trend to grow its audience. Also, Google can answer emails for you, and Microsoft cuts OneDrive storage -- angering users.

Twitter's changes are giving users a heart attack.

Stars become hearts in Twitter's latest effort to draw in new members, but the switch has long-time users annoyed. (Apparently, stars are just too confusing?) Meanwhile, Google's artificial intelligence wants to answer emails for you on the Inbox app. And watch CNET Update to learn how Microsoft is going back on its promise of unlimited cloud storage for Office subscribers, and cutting OneDrive storage for everyone:

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Why Twitter's new hearts are stressing people out