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Zuckerberg seems to suggest Holocaust deniers have a place on Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg has penetrated any new controversy. In an interview with Recode the Facebook founder said that the Holocaust of the Holocaust should be allowed to send comments on the social networking page. Soon after, he tried to change the comments that are likely to give rise to the confusion, as you can see below. Talking recently to Recode editor …

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Nintendo downloads – July 19, 2018 – News

We will move to a new start time next week. Before we begin, a word will come from this space: From next week it will be published on Mondays and kept up to date throughout the week. Most of the play is still known on Sunday, and it gives me more time to prepare the article over the weekend and …

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PS4 System Update Beta Sing Up is now available

When Sony has released a PS4 system update, it has been known to put it on the test, why they are sending invitations right now. The industry team's technical team always looks for incorporating changes to ensure stability, performance and, of course, safety. Recent updates, such as PS4 System Update 5.53, added several improvements and were also targeted for release …

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The last Siri founder has retired from Apple

Does Apple shake his Siri team? It really seems that way. According to a report from The information the last remaining founder of the digital assistant Tom Gruber has left the company. This follows from the announcement earlier this month that Google's former AI chief, John Giannandrea, will take on a new role as Apple's Manager of Machine Learning and …

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How the free game makes so much money

Fortnite Online Survival Game, which has become a top campaign game – even if it's free to download – because its 125 million players buy clothes, dance games and other social features to make the game more enjoyable. (Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN, AFP / Getty Images) For Brendan Hickey, custom features for his character purchase in the online game "Fortnite" …

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Apple deserves an EU fine, too

Leonid Bershidsky is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist who covers European politics and business. He was the founder editor of the Russian business daily Vedomosti and founded the website Slon.ru. Read more Follow @Bershidsky on Twitter The European Commission had a solid antitrust for fines Google $ 4.3 billion ($ 5 billion) for violations, including bundling some apps with the Android …

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