Pages on current affairs and history collected tens of millions of views in the past few months, CNN reports.
A Parliament report on fake news condemns Mark Zuckerberg's "contempt" toward the UK and other countries around the world.
And 40 percent lower power usage, too. But other browsers get similar results with ad blockers.
The new smart Global Indian International School campus has all the bells and whistles.
The social network says it's exploring ways to minimize harm caused by misinformation about vaccines.
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Google says it rejected at least 55 percent more app submissions in 2018 than in 2017.
A software engineer spotted that it's testing an expanded version of Direct.
In an interview through tweets, Dorsey talks about tech responsibility, Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Cheez-Its.
Commentary: The Twitter CEO's live-tweeted #karajack interview was like a regular interview, but with EVERYONE! YELLING! AT! ONCE!
The unlimited-data service now charges $6 per month or $60 per year, but existing customers can sign up for another year at the old $50 annual rate.
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