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Companies pull ads from Facebook after Cambridge Analytica controversy
The Hill
Several companies have suspended their advertisements on Facebook after it was revealed that the data firm Cambridge Analytica improperly used the Facebook data of tens of millions of people. Facebook is trying to respond to the crisis by assuring ...
Cambridge Analytica says it's conducting a third-party audit over Facebook dataThe Verge
Snap Debuts 'Radius' Targeting Ads To Specific PointsMediaPost Communications
Mozilla Pulls Ads From Facebook in Response to Cambridge Analytica ScandalExtremeTech
TechSpot -The INQUIRER -The Guardian -Wall Street Journal
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Apple Has Big Plans for Its March 27 Event
Since announcing plans for a press event on March 27, Apple has remained silent about what it will unveil. But that isn't stopping the rumor mill. Over the past several days, news reports, including one from Bloomberg, suggest that Apple will introduce ...
Making The Grade: What's lacking in Apple's Deployment Model for iPads?9to5Mac
Apple Reportedly Launching Cheap iPad For Students, Teachers In Upcoming Chicago EventTech Times
Apple proposes 13 new emoji to represent people with disabilitiesThe Verge
BGR -Digital Trends -PCMag -ValueWalk
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Weekend project - delete those Facebook apps now
Protect your Facebook information from third-part apps in just a few steps. Jefferson Graham reports on #Talking Tech. Here's a suggested item for your weekend to-do list: review what apps have access to your Facebook data, then start deleting. More ...
Why I won't be quitting FacebookThe Sydney Morning Herald

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Chinese Space Station's Crash to Earth: Everything You Need to Know
China's first prototype space station, Tiangong-1, will come crashing back to Earth between March 30 and April 3, give or take a few days, experts say. Read on for a primer on the space lab and its mission, as well as links to Tiangong-1 stories ...
China's 9.4-ton space station is about to fall from the sky — and no one is sure where its debris will landBusiness Insider
What Should You Do If You Find a Piece of China's Crashed Space Station?Live Science
Here's Why Chinese Satellite Tiangong-1 is Falling Uncontrollably, and Why Earth's Atmosphere Can't Stop itNewsweek -Space Ref (press release) -Brinkwire (press release) -Week Facts
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Tech Times

You'll No Longer Be Able To Buy A OnePlus 5T In North America, So Here's An Alternative
Tech Times
OnePlus just announced that it has officially ended sales of the OnePlus 5T just four months after it began selling them. The move is because of overwhelming demand, according to the company. ( Sean Gallup | Getty Images ). OnePlus is officially ...
OnePlus 6 specs leak while 5T sells out in North AmericaSlashGear
OnePlus 5T stock for North America has run dry, no more plannedAndroid Police
OnePlus will no longer be selling the 5T in North America9to5Google
Phone Arena -Droid Life -Engadget
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Far Cry 5's Weirdest Mission Is An Annual Testicle Festival
Like previous games, Far Cry 5 deals with some serious subject matter. Its story centers around a radical apocalyptic cult in a small Montana town that's led by a crazed figure known as The Father. For better or worse, its developers claim they weren't ...
Far Cry 5 Side Mission Has Odd Connection to US PresidentGame Rant
Far Cry 5 Has A Great Riff On Far Cry 4's Early EndingKotaku
How to finish Far Cry 5 in 5 minutesPolygon
PC Gamer -IGN -GeekDad (blog) -ValueWalk
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We asked astronauts if they think aliens exist. Here's what they said
Jeff Hoffman has floated in the vacuum of space. He's looked down at our planet from above, seen the whorls of clouds, the vast oceans, and the crowded cities as webs of light. Over five missions — including the first to the Hubble Space Telescope ...
Why all politicians should travel to space (and some should come back)Big Think

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Elon Musk Deletes Facebook Pages for SpaceX and Tesla
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, seen here after the company's successful Falcon Heavy rocket test launch on Feb. 6, 2018, removed SpaceX and Tesla from Facebook on March 23. Credit: NASA/Kim Shiflett. SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk has joined the ...
Elon Musk To Facebook: Mmm ... K, ByeWLRN
Elon Musk backs #DeleteFacebook, and Tesla's and SpaceX's Facebook pages vanishWinston-Salem Journal
Elon Musk deletes SpaceX, Tesla Facebook pages on a Twitter challengeKFDA
L.A. Biz -I4U News -Florida Today -NDTV
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Six Things PUBG Mobile Does Better Than The Original
PUBG Mobile isn't just a surprisingly solid port, it also has a few key features that the main game doesn't. These changes could help breathe life into the game as it battles Fortnite and helps all us chicken dinner-seeking buffoons enjoy the game even ...
PUBG Mobile ReviewIGN
Fortnite: Battle Royale Will Make It Easier To Share Your Best (And Worst) MomentsGameSpot
PUBG creator says it's great Fortnite is growing the battle royale genreThe Verge
VentureBeat -Game Rant -Touch Arcade -Tech Times
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A Star Grazed Our Solar System When Neanderthals and Modern Humans Shared the Earth
Some distant objects in our solar system bear the gravitational imprint of a small star's close flyby 70,000 years ago, when modern humans were already walking the Earth, a new study suggests. In 2015, a team of researchers announced that a red dwarf ...
Neanderthals, Early Humans May Have Seen Alien Star That Sideswiped Solar System 70000 Years AgoTech Times
An alien star sideswiped our solar system and sent comets reeling, scientists sayWashington Post
Scholz's Star Flyby May Still Be Affecting Our Solar SystemValueWalk
The Talking Democrat -Sputnik International -Daily Enterpriser -HowStuffWorks
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