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Gmail celebrated its 15th birthday.
The service is getting some productive features like message scheduling.
Until now, a third-party plug-in was needed for that kind of functionality.
Gmail is also improving smart compose by offering more granular pre-written greetings The product adapts to your writing style.
A new report from Bloomberg suggests that top YouTube personnel sat on warnings that could of helped eliminate toxic content on the platform like conspiracy theories and hateful speech.
Bloomberg talked to current and former employees for the story and found out that these warnings were mostly ignored in order to avoid drops In traffic.
And finally Verizon has switched on the start of its 5G network in areas of Chicago and Minneapolis.
The only way to get 5G right now on Verizon is with a Moto Z3 with a Moto 5G mod.
But if you've got the required hardware Verizon says you can access speeds of up to one gigabit per second.
Verizon is aiming for 5G in 30 cities this year.
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