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Amazon's Jeff Bezos says National Enquirer is blackmailing him with nude photos     – CNET
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Bezos, the world’s richest man, makes the allegation in a highly personal blog post.

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The US takes its showdown with Huawei on the road. First stop: Europe     – CNET
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Will Europe follow in the footsteps of the US when choosing whether to do business with Huawei, or forge its own path?

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Nest reminds owners to secure their cameras after creepy scares
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In recent weeks, there's been a number of fairly alarming reports coming from Nest users about cameras being taken over by "hackers" who use their access to broadcast potentially terrifying messages (or even asking Alexa speakers to play Justin Biebe…

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GE Basic 65W Equivalent BR30 Floodlight LED review: This dimmable floodlight LED is an exceptional value     – CNET
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They’re nothing fancy, but these dirt-cheap floodlight LEDs from GE are among the best values in the lighting aisle.

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Echo effect: US smart speaker ownership nearly doubles in a year, survey says     – CNET
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Looks like people can’t get enough of ’em.

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Super Bowl 2019: New Avengers: Endgame trailer shows heroes at their best     – CNET
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“Some people move on, but not us.” There might be fewer superheroes battling in Avengers: Endgame, but this new trailer reminds us to never underestimate the power of hope.

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Twitter's Jack Dorsey explains how editing tweets might work
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Twitter chief Jack Dorsey has mused about letting people edit tweets in the past, but now he's providing an inkling of how it might work. In a conversation with Joe Rogan, Dorsey suggested that Twitter could introduce a short time window where you c…

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Snopes ends fact-checking partnership with Facebook
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Snopes is no longer helping Facebook debunk fake stories. the fact-checking company announced Friday that it isn't renewing its agreement with the social networking giant. Snopes said that it is still open to working with Facebook again in the future…

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First person sentenced for SIM hijacking faces 10 years in prison
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SIM card hijackers are starting to face the consequences of their actions. California college student Joel Ortiz has agreed to a plea deal that will have him serve 10 years in prison for stealing over $5 million in cryptocurrency through SIM swappin…

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