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Trust Trumps Money for Facebook with Earnings Due

Winning back trust is seen as the key priority for Facebook as the world's biggest social network readies its update on the final months of 2018 on Wednesday.

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Huawei: What You Need to Know

Chinese tech giant Huawei overtook Apple to become the second-largest smartphone seller in the world in 2018.

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iPhone FaceTime Bug Lets Callers Eavesdrop

A newly discovered FaceTime bug lets people hear and even see those they are reaching out to on iPhones even if the other person hasn't answered their phone.

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Race for 'Hypersonic' Weapons Heats Up as France Joins Fray

World powers are vying to develop so-called "hypersonic" weapons that travel several times the speed of sound, with France the latest to join a field led so far by Russia and China.

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Facebook Getting Its Messaging Apps to be Friends

Facebook has said that it is trying to get its messaging apps to be friends, allowing encrypted missives be exchanged no matter which of its services are used.

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Facebook Has 'New Tools' against EU Election Meddling

Facebook unveiled Monday new tools to counter online political meddling in the European elections, part of a campaign to answer growing pressure to rein in disinformation. 

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Pope Francis Warns against Internet 'Disinformation'

Pope Francis on Thursday warned against the "disinformation" and "targeted distortion of facts" to be found on the Internet and social networks' "manipulation of personal data".

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Microsoft's Bing Search Engine Inaccessible in China

Microsoft's Bing search engine was inaccessible in China on Thursday, with social media users fearing it could be the latest foreign website to be blocked by censors.

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Britain Launches App for EU Citizens to Stay after Brexit

The British government launched a phone app Monday to allow some 3.5 million EU nationals to apply to stay after Brexit -- immediately receiving a mixed reception from immigrants increasingly concerned about their fate.

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France Uses New EU Data Law to Fine Google 50 Million Euros

France's data watchdog on Monday announced a fine of 50 million euros ($57 million) for U.S. search giant Google, using the EU's strict General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for the first time.

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