Facebook on Capitol Hill, the world's fastest mobile internet
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Facebook, Twitter and Google came to Capital Hill to argue that they're ready to combat fake news and Russian misinformation that influence the 2016 presidential election.
Facebook said that post from a Russian group may have reached a 126 million Americans during the two year period leading up to the election According to wireless coverage mapping company OpenSignal, Singapore holds the top spot for fastest mobile internet worldwide.
Clocking in an average of 46.6 Mbit/s, followed closely by South Korea, Norway, Hungary and Netherlands.
The US, thanks to its massive size, is near the bottom of the list at 13.98.
And finally, a new survey has revealed that people would still rather shop with a friend than a voice assistant like Amazon's Alexa or Apple's Siri this Black Friday.
Even though, a surprising 36% of those asked said they'd be okay with just a robot companion.
Just over 17% of those asked also said they'd let a robot do all of their shopping for them.
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