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facebook-052416.jpgSocial network giant Facebook (FB) has announced changes to the way it runs its trending stories list to avoid political bias despite its internal probe found no evidence that it was happening. There will be more training for staff and the feed will no longer rely on a list of news organisations to validate subjects. This means it will eliminate the "Media 1K" list, the list of RSS feeds used to
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Hyperloop-051116.jpgHyperloop technology is speeding towards becoming a reality. On Wednesday, Hyperloop One will reportedly conduct the first major test of the propulsion system, the Propulsion Open Air Test or POAT, required for the high-speed transportation on the Hyperloop track in the desert north of Las Vegas.
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Ride-sharing company Lyft plans to roll out a new feature that will enable people to book a ride up to a day in advance. According to the company, passengers have told they want the extra peace of mind to schedule a ride in advance. The company said Monday that it will shortly start testing the new...

Verizon Communications Inc.(VZ) and others are expected to bid around $2 billion to $3 billion in the auction for Yahoo Inc.'s (YHOO) core business, less than what the troubled Internet pioneer was expected to fetch, the Wall Street Journal reported citing people familiar with the matter. The report...

Nokia (NOK) announced Nokia Technologies will grant HMD global Oy, a newly founded company based in Finland, an exclusive global license to create Nokia-branded mobile phones and tablets for the next ten years. HMD's Nokia phones will be based on Android. Nokia Technologies will receive royalty...

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As the din settles down on a dismal quarter at one of the world's exciting tech company, it is time to sit back and take stock of what went wrong and will the wrong be righted in the near term?

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Online movie rental service Netflix Inc., in a blog post on Thursday, said it is offering a new tool to better control data usage when streaming on cellular networks. The feature helps subscribers switch from default speed to higher-quality streams. Netflix's updated app on iOS or Android now has a default streaming speed of 600 kilobits-per-second for all users.

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