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Twitter on the Web Is Getting a Makeover

Twitter is rolling out a new interface for Twitter.com. This promises to be a brand new experience for people who prefer to use Twitter.com rather than installing the app on their phone. And while it isn’t revolutionary, the new Twitter certainly looks pretty.

The New Twitter Adds New Features

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 14:30

Microsoft Edge Flags Fake News on Mobile

Microsoft has partnered with NewsGuard to fight against fake news. NewsGuard is a browser extension which rates the trustworthiness of news and information sites. And the mobile version of Edge for Android and iOS now comes with NewsGuard built-in.

NewsGuard Ranks Sites on Trustworthiness

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 18:30

What is WPA3 Security, and When Can You Use it?

WPA3 is the next generation Wi-Fi standard that will replace the current WPA2 standard. The protocol has been announced in response to the ever0changing landscape of Internet enabled devices, along with the advancement of intelligent threats to data security and integrity. The Wi-Fi Alliance has started to certify products that can use WPA3 along with major manufacturers like Qualcomm and Cisco, who are ready for the switch with new chips and support for existing products.

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 20:25

Despite the recent struggles, corporate executives still admire Apple

Apple might be having problems getting consumers to buy the 2018 iPhones, and AirPower is so late that it has set a company record for tardiness. The company is embroiled in multiple loud, public nasty court battles with Qualcomm, and the stock has taken a nose dive.

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 17:25

Qualcomm couldn't push Apple around, expert testifies

The FTC v. Qualcomm non-jury trial continued yesterday with Qualcomm still at the plate, defending charges levied against it by the FTC. On Tuesday, Qualcomm called one of its expert witnesses to the stand, according to a report from CNET. The aptly named Tasneem Chipty, an expert in competition policy and antitrust economics, said under oath that "Qualcomm felt competitive pressure from Intel" over Apple's business.

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019 - 18:48

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