Today's major tech stories include Russia's Instagram misinformation success, Google's billion-dollar NYC expansion and CNET's list of the best games of 2018.
The social network faced challenges while building the tool.
The dispute has 'effectively ended' the Dragonfly project, according to a report by The Intercept.
They'll also play a "critical role" in tracking your health, says the market researcher.
The company will open Google Hudson Square in the West Village.
You'll find new AR stickers and filters too.
In today's news, Apple is accused of lying about iPhone X screens, a draft Senate report shows the extent of Russian election interference and HQ Trivia's Colin Kroll is dead at age 35.
The co-designer of the original Razr explains how the team came up with the first cell phone deemed sexy.
The plaintiffs are seeking class action status.
Report shows Russian agents sought to secure Trump win.
KiwiBot says fire was caused by battery-replacement error.
From high-profile flameouts to quiet departures, this year's crop of tech-related dead, dying, resurrected and barely hanging in for 2019 offers an embarrassment of riches.
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