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The social network gives the rapper and producer a 24-hour suspension for using racial slurs in a post.
In today's top stories, West's album won't appear on regular streaming services, the 5G BlackBerry phone is a goner, and Marvel Comics is releasing a series based on George R.R. Martin's Wild Cards books.
The three-part documentary streams weekly starting Feb. 16.
Yo Ye, I'm really happy for you, Imma let you finish, but Cher had one of the best single-names of all time.
In today's top stories, Amazon is joining forces with Affirm to offer "buy now, pay later," the James Webb Space Telescope is ready and Kanye West's Donda album is here.
A global pandemic didn't slow down the tech world at all.
The image of Robert Kardashian calls Kanye West the "most, most, most, most, most genius man in the whole world."
The musician joins Trump in the small club of presidential candidates who have had tweets addressed for violating Twitter policies.
Commentary: The rapper says "they want to put chips inside of us" and is "extremely cautious" about a COVID-19 vaccine. He shouldn't be.
They currently look like "skeletons of wooden spaceships," according to a report by Forbes.
Remember, Justin: on your end of the call, your face will be in the small box.
The Pentagon, Nutella and Texas didn't do much better, according to a list from password managing app Dashlane.