Rapper considers legal action against Epic Games for using his dance moves in Fortnite

  1. Rapper considers legal action against Epic Games for using his dance moves in Fortnite  Eurogamer.net
  2. Chance The Rapper, Blocboy JB, and 2 Milly criticize Fortnite for using rap dances as Emotes  FortniteINTEL (press release)
  3. 2 Milly Claims that Fortnite Stole His Dance  VGR.com
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Nintendo Is Using Super Smash Bros. Ultimate To Celebrate The Holidays In A Fun Way

  1. Nintendo Is Using Super Smash Bros. Ultimate To Celebrate The Holidays In A Fun Way  Cinema Blend
  2. ‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’: McDonald’s Confirms Ronald McDonald Isn’t In The Game  Comicbook.com
  3. King K. Rool has multiple attacks with armor properties in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate but three cracks will stun him  EventHubs
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Kim Kardashian West sorry for using derogatory term over costume: 'It was a mistake'

  1. Kim Kardashian West sorry for using derogatory term over costume: ‘It was a mistake’  USA TODAY
  2. Kim Kardashian and Her Sisters Strut Their Stuff as Victoria Secret Angels  E! Online
  3. Everything You Could Ever Want to Know About Kourtney Kardashian’s Super Cute Family  Cosmopolitan.com
  4. Kardashians PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Kylie, Khloe, Kim, Kendall and Kourtney showcase their INCREDIBLE figures as …  Daily Mail
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Facebook is using AI to curb exploitative and naked images of kids

  1. Facebook is using AI to curb exploitative and naked images of kids  CNET
  2. Facebook uses machine learning to fight child exploitation  Engadget
  3. Facebook unveils systems for catching child nudity, grooming of children  Financial Express
  4. 8.7 million images of child nudity found on Facebook in three months  Telegraph.co.uk
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Google will start charging Android device makers a fee for using its apps in Europe

  1. Google will start charging Android device makers a fee for using its apps in Europe  The Verge
  2. Google will charge Android device makers a licensing fee to preinstall its apps in Europe  VentureBeat
  3. Google is splitting up Chrome, Search, and Android for the European Union  Android Police
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The biggest clue that Google+ was long dead — Google's top executives stopped using it up to 3 years ago

  1. The biggest clue that Google+ was long dead — Google’s top executives stopped using it up to 3 years ago  Business Insider
  2. Google+ Breach — What Happened, Who Was Impacted And How To Delete Your Account  Forbes
  3. Google Plus is to be shut down after private data of half a million users was exposed  MIT Technology Review
  4. Google Exposed User Data, Feared Repercussions of Disclosing to Public  Wall Street Journal
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Intel's New Core X-Series Processors Announced: A Return To Using Soldered Heat Spreaders

  1. Intel’s New Core X-Series Processors Announced: A Return To Using Soldered Heat Spreaders  Forbes
  2. Ready to upgrade? Intel announces the Core i9-9900K processor  Digital Trends
  3. Intel Conquers the Mountain AMD Famously Died on and Produces a 5GHz Processor  Gizmodo
  4. Intel debuts 9th-generation Core chips, including Core i9 and X-series parts, with a few twists  PCWorld
  5. Intel Announces 9th Gen Desktop Core i9-9900K With 8 Cores, New Core X-Series, and Updated Xeon Processor  NDTV
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Apple is using proprietary software to lock MacBook Pros and iMac Pros from third-party repairs

  1. Apple is using proprietary software to lock MacBook Pros and iMac Pros from third-party repairs  The Verge
  2. Apple bargains: 2018 15″ MacBook Pros from $2099; loaded 2017 models from $1899; AirPods on sale  AppleInsider
  3. Get 2017 MacBook Pros at B&H for $200 to $900 off  Macworld
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Apple, government contractors were hacked using tiny Chinese chips, report says

  1. Apple, government contractors were hacked using tiny Chinese chips, report says  Digital Trends
  2. China stands accused of hacking servers used by Apple, Amazon, and others  MIT Technology Review
  3. Amazon, Apple deny Bloomberg’s well-sourced report of a massive Chinese hardware hack  Mashable
  4. Apple and Amazon deny report that Chinese ‘spy’ chips were used to infiltrate their networks  Telegraph.co.uk
  5. Apple, Amazon deny claims Chinese spies implanted backdoor chips in company hardware: report  ZDNet
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Facebook admits using your 2FA phone number for ad targeting

  1. Facebook admits using your 2FA phone number for ad targeting  9to5Mac
  2. The phone number you never gave Facebook can be used for ad targeting  The INQUIRER
  3. Facebook Admits Phone Numbers May be Used to Target Ads  News18
  4. Investigating sources of PII used in Facebook’s targeted advertising – Alan Mislove  Alan Mislove
  5. Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access to Your Shadow Contact Information  Gizmodo
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Facebook admits using two-factor phone numbers to target ads

  1. Facebook admits using two-factor phone numbers to target ads  Engadget
  2. Facebook Admits Phone Numbers May be Used to Target Ads  News18
  3. Facebook takes on YouTube with more video advertising options  CNBC
  4. Investigating sources of PII used in Facebook’s targeted advertising – Alan Mislove  Alan Mislove
  5. Facebook Is Giving Advertisers Access to Your Shadow Contact Information  Gizmodo
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