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South Korea passes law forcing Google and Apple to open their app stores to alternate payment systems
The final vote went through, likely to be signed by South Korea's president
Instagram really wants to know your cake day
If you've been hit with Ragnarok ransomware, you can unlock your files now
Text and voice calls without cellular coverage
Lawsuit claims services are serving up unaffiliated advertising and hidden fees
Relive your childhood dream of becoming a Pokémon Master
Reddit moderators' open letter asks the administration to take action against Covid-19 misinformation
The moderators believe that subreddits spreading misinformation about Covid-19 should be banned
The growing payments may raise a few eyebrows among antitrust regulators
Netflix to host global fan event 'Tudum' on September 25 with new trailers, interactive panels and more
Netflix hopes to drum up interest following a slow quarter
Suspending the ban doesn't mean it couldn't happen again in the future
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#ADayOffTwitch is a campaign aimed at forcing Amazon to do something about the proliferation of targeted trolling
OnlyFans is pivoting away from adult content
More Americans believe the government, tech firms should take steps to restrict false information online
Should the government or tech companies do more to stop the spread of misinformation?
Google and Facebook are building a subsea cable system that will boost Internet connectivity in the Asia-Pacific region
A large majority of international Internet traffic is routed through subsea cables
"The most powerful gaming handheld in the world"
Court order in Nintendo lawsuit delivers knockout punch to former RomUniverse owner
"Your savior is here!"
Concerns over Giphy's use on competing social media platforms