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New York Times Pushes Back a Return to the Office

In what is becoming an all-too-familiar routine, the New York Times has announced it is pushing back its return to the office.

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Dell Cancels Some Alienware Shipments to Certain States

Alienware customers in specific states are in for a disappointment, as Dell is cancelling some shipments.

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Apple No Longer Listed Under NAB Attendees

Following news Apple would be attending its first NAB Show in a decade, the company has been pulled from the list of attendees.

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HBO Forces Apple TV Users to HBO Max, Shuts Down Apple TV Channel

HBO has shut down its Apple TV Channel, forcing users to embrace HBO Max instead.

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Twitter Beats Q2 Expectations

Twitter posted its Q2 earnings, beating expectations on $1.19 billion in revenue.

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Twitter Testing a Way to Downvote Replies

Twitter is testing a way to downvote replies, as the company looks for ways to improve engagement.

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YouTube Unveils Super Thanks So Fans Can Support Favorite Channels

YouTube has unveiled a new feature, Super Thanks, as a way for fans to support their favorite channels and content creators.

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Twitter Kills Fleets, Disappearing Tweets

Twitter has announced it is shutting down Fleets, the company’s disappearing tweets feature.

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France Fines Google Record $593M Over News Copyright Battle

The French Competition Authority has fined Google a record $593 million (500 million euros) for not negotiating in good faith with news publishers.

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BuzzFeed Going Public

BuzzFeed has announced it is going public through a SPAC deal, merging with 890 5th Avenue Partners, Inc.