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According to the Wall Street Journal, Facebook has developed internal tools to help calm any unrest in the USA and may break out following the election.
The tools which Facebook previously used in so-called at risk countries will help slow the spread of viral content and suppress potentially inflammatory posts.
A Facebook spokesperson said, we've created new products, partnerships and policies such as pausing post-election ads to ensure we're more prepared than ever for the unique challenges of an election during a global pandemic.
Apple is working on its own search engine according to a new report by the Financial Times.
Right now US Antitrust Authorities are threatening a deal that sets Google search engine as the default option on iPhones.
Google has been the iPhone's default search engine for more than ten years.
Apple is no stranger to such though.
Back in 2013 it purchased a search engine company called Octocat, with its technology being used within the Apple App Store.
Finally, one of the year's most anticipated games, Cyberpunk 2077, has been delayed again.
In a tweet on Tuesday, Developer CD Projekt RED said the game, which was originally slated to come in April, was pushed back three weeks and now launch on December 10th.
The developers said the delay was to ensure the game would work properly on current and next gen consoles as well as PC.
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