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Google CEO finally confirms secret censored Chinese search engine, is very happy with it

Google is finally going on the record with its once-secret Project Dragonfly, a censorship-friendly search engine for the people of China. Speaking at the Wired 25 Summit, Google CEO Sundar Pichai not only confirmed the existence of the project but
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China is capable of destabilizing or destroying Bitcoin, new research suggests

In 2008, Bitcoin was envisioned by its pseudonymous founder Satoshi Nakamoto as a trustless, decentralized peer-to-peer electronic cash system.  Ten years and numerous crazy price jumps later, Bitcoin appears to have withstood the test of time
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Musk under investigation, Trump's Chinese tariffs, Facebook's fake-news victory: The week in tech news

This week, on Technically Speaking: Elon Musk's troubles continue; the Trump administration has slapped tariffs on Chinese exports which will affect consumer electronics; and Facebook scores a big victory in its fight agains fake news. Read more...
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Amazon investigates suspected data leaks by bribed employees

Amazon is investigating whether employees are being bribed to leak company data to sellers, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal. Employees have been allegedly handing over confidential information like search optimisation data to
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Elon Musks opens up about the toll Tesla takes on him

This week, on Technically Speaking: Elon Musk gives an in-depth interview with the New York Times about the pressures of running Tesla; Russian hackers have reinserted themselves in the American political process; and Apple removes 25,000 illegal
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Read the beautiful letter that allowed 'Crazy Rich Asians' to use Coldplay's 'Yellow'

One of the most emotional moments in Jon M. Chu's much talked-about rom-com Crazy Rich Asians almost didn't happen.  Luckily, the director wrote one hell of a beautiful letter to Coldplay. SEE ALSO: 'Crazy Rich Asians' is an appealingly fluffy
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China isn't approving video game licenses right now

China, the largest gaming market, has not approved any video game licenses for at least four months due to President Xi Jinping's recent government shake up (read: power consolidation), reports Bloomberg. Although China is notoriously stringent with
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Android devices are stunningly vulnerable if you're a careless power-user

Don't chuck your Android phone across the room in fear just yet. A report from the security firm Kryptowire, via Wired, shows that many Android phones are stunningly vulnerable thanks to Android's open operating system. But while this report is

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