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News / Mashable - 2 days ago

India says no to most of Apple's demands

Apple is not getting any special treatment from the Indian government.  Despite the company’s imminent plans to begin manufacturing iPhones in the country, the Indian government remains committed to not folding to the Cupertino giant’s demands.  SEE ALSO: Apple had its best ye...

News / Mashable - 2 days ago

Geez, this forearm-sized shrimp will take up most of your barbie

Here's a shrimp that'll require a pretty big barbie on which to throw it. More accurately, it's a giant leader prawn. And it just so happens to be as large as a human forearm and weighs 300 grams (10 oz).  SEE ALSO: Koalas don't like water but they're being 'driven to drink' by climate change...

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Adele fans are bidding on a bag of air from her concert

We love Adele. Everyone loves Adele, it's a given. But even the world's most adorable Brit herself would call this loving yet entrepreneurial gesture a bit, you know, much.  After infiltrating every aspect of Australian media with her whirlwind presence recently, Adele has also distributed her...

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3 reasons to worry about the FBI's facial recognition program

The FBI quietly developed a facial recognition network that allows law enforcement to identify people in the United States without their knowledge. Now lawmakers want to know why the agency didn't tell people about it.  SEE ALSO: This creepy Facebook stalking app was a hoax—but it should...

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Facebook struggles to prevent violence on Facebook Live

Mark Zuckerberg has repeatedly said that live video is the future of Facebook, but what if that future is terrifying and full of violence? What happens when one of the largest proponents of live video struggles to manage its darker side? Reports that the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl was bro...

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What's Apple's tax bill in New Zealand? Why it's zero, niet, nada.

Why is Silicon Valley so cruel to New Zealand? First we discover PayPal founder and Trump acolyte Peter Thiel is a secret citizen, now it's emerged Apple pays the country absolutely nothing in taxes.  Apparently the tech giant paid no income tax on local profits to Inland Revenue over the past...

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NBA road teams are winning more because of dating apps. No, really.

Back in the late 80s, the home team in a given NBA game beat its visiting opponent 68 percent of the time, according to ESPN. That number has declined since, and this season it's at an all-time low: Despite the controversy of star players sometimes resting during road games, home NBA teams now beat...