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Over 1.3 million anti-net neutrality FCC comments are likely fakes

It's no secret that bots flooded the FCC with comments supporting its plans to kill net neutrality. But just how many comments were fraudulent? All too many, according to data scientist Jeff Kao. He recently conducted a study that used natural langua…
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Android O, likely to be named Oreo, begins rolling out on August 21

Google just announced that Android O will be released on Monday. Alongside the solar eclipse happening on August 21 in the United States, the latest version of Android will be released globally. A live-stream from New York City will commence at 2:40PM ET, showing both the solar eclipse and everything Android O has to offer. […]

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LG likely to ditch mods, add tech behind Samsung Pay for its upcoming G6 smartphone

Rumors are circulating about LG’s next flagship smartphone, the G6. It may feature MST payment technology, which is also used by Samsung Pay. The G6 will have to be a stunner, as LG failed to spark interest in its modular ecosystem with the G5.

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Look out, the first Lenovo Project Tango phone’s likely to be a whopper

We’re edging closer to the official launch of Lenovo’s smartphone with Google’s Project Tango technology inside, and to get you all caught up, here’s everything we know about it so far.

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Tinder users twice as likely to have a sexually transmitted infection, finds new study

A new study has found that Tinder users are twice as likely to have a sexually transmitted infection (STI) as those that don’t use the popular dating app. The research also found that the types of STI Tinder users and non-users have tend to differ.

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