Google revamps search engine with Discover news feed and activity cards

  1. Google revamps search engine with Discover news feed and activity cards  CNET
  2. Google’s new activity cards will save your previous searches  Engadget
  3. Google: 20 years of Google TODAY – Look back at how Google have dominated the WORLD  Express.co.uk
  4. Just Google it: Evolution of ‘Search’ in information seeking  Daily Nation
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Trump Interviews 4 Supreme Court Candidates and Revamps Staff to Push Nomination

  1. Trump Interviews 4 Supreme Court Candidates and Revamps Staff to Push Nomination  New York Times
  2. Abortion, Roe—and Trump  Wall Street Journal
  3. Schumer faces heavy pressure from left on Supreme Court  The Hill
  4. On Anthony Kennedy’s Supreme Court seat, two wrongs don’t make a right  USA TODAY
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Apple Revamps App Store Guidelines, Sets New Rules for Remote Mirroring Apps Like Steam Link

  1. Apple Revamps App Store Guidelines, Sets New Rules for Remote Mirroring Apps Like Steam Link  Mac Rumors
  2. Can Apple Stay Apple?  Forbes
  3. Analysis: Apple Can Succeed In Ads Without Sharing Data  AdExchanger
  4. Apple Looks to Expand Advertising Business With New Network for Apps  Wall Street Journal
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Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Revamps Its Multiplayer For A More Tactical Experience

  1. Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 Revamps Its Multiplayer For A More Tactical Experience  GameSpot
  2. Treyarch Explains Why Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Will Have No Single Player Campaign  Siliconera
  3. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Bringing Back Microtransactions With COD Points  Comicbook.com
  4. This week in games: Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 gets battle royale, Stalker 2 teased  PCWorld
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Microsoft revamps Surface Hub 2 to put Teams collaboration at its core

  1. Microsoft revamps Surface Hub 2 to put Teams collaboration at its core  Computerworld
  2. Microsoft Planning Low-Cost Surface Line to Compete With Apple’s $329 iPad  Mac Rumors
  3. Microsoft to launch smaller, low-cost Surface devices  ZDNet
  4. Microsoft Plans Low-Cost Tablet Line to Rival iPad  Bloomberg
  5. Microsoft is crushing Apple at its own game  The Week Magazine
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Facebook revamps 'Bookmarks' section to easily access settings

  1. Facebook revamps ‘Bookmarks’ section to easily access settings  ANI News
  2. Medium’s latest iOS release notes are all about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg  The Verge
  3. What Worries You Most About Facebook Right Now?  ClickLancashire
  4. ProBeat: My Facebook News Feed has been hijacked by Zuckerberg BFF spam  VentureBeat
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Apple Revamps Privacy Controls to Comply With New European Law

  1. Apple Revamps Privacy Controls to Comply With New European Law  Bloomberg
  2. Apple unveils new privacy tools ahead of EU law  Reuters
  3. Recode Daily: Tim Cook talks Facebook, data privacy, domestic manufacturing and tech in education  Recode
  4. Tim Cook says Facebook should have regulated itself, but it’s too late for that now  Recode
  5. Tim Cook discusses privacy, regulation, US manufacturing, and education  Macworld
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Toyota Revamps Its Sales Monster: Will the All-New RAV4 Deliver Monster Profit?

  1. Toyota Revamps Its Sales Monster: Will the All-New RAV4 Deliver Monster Profit?  Motley Fool
  2. Toyota expands its standard CarPlay offerings with 2019 RAV4 and Corolla Hatchback  9to5Mac
  3. 2019 Toyota RAV4 first look: SUV bestseller gets new AWD, CarPlay, more  SlashGear
  4. Toyota Camry Reviews | CarsGuide  CarsGuide
  5. 2019 Toyota RAV4 Debuts With A More Appealing Robust Design (Photos & Videos) | Carscoops  Carscoops
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Broadcom promises on security, Qualcomm revamps board

Broadcom promises on security, Qualcomm revamps boardSeparately, Qualcomm Inc said it discontinued the role of executive chairman and named a new non-executive chairman as it seeks to curry favour with shareholders ahead of a proxy fight with Broadcom now slated for April 5. Qualcomm also said Tom Horton would continue as its lead director. Horton has been a member of the company’s board since December 2008, having previously served as chairman and chief executive officer of American Airlines Group Inc.


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