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  • Google brings native hearing aid support to Android
    Accessibility is a critical consideration for manufacturers when they're building devices. Around 466 million people have disabling hearing loss, according to the World Health Organization, and that number is projected to grow to 900 million by 2050….
  • Facebook finally stops surfacing opioid-related posts
    Facebook has reportedly stopped surfacing posts, Pages and Groups when users search for opioids like OxyContin and fentanyl, TechCrunch reports. The change comes as the Centers for Disease Control release estimates showing continued increases in opio…
  • Google refines search to automatically show relevant subtopics
    Google periodically refines its search functionality to provide better — or more necessary — information. If you use it to look something up now, you'll see something new: A panel with basic details and a slew of subtopics contextually relevant to…
  • 'PUBG' mobile app surpasses 100 million downloads
    In the constant fight between battle royale games Fortnite and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), it might seem like the former has taken over most of the mindshare (and profits), especially on console and PC. On mobile, however, PUBG is doing pre…

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  • Jack Dorsey is finally realizing Twitter is a terrible place
    Twitter's attempts to clean up its service using policies often feel like a Band-Aid on a bullet wound, and the company's leadership finally appears to be acknowledging that fact. CEO Jack Dorsey told the Washington Post in an interview that he was…
  • Indie gem 'Gone Home' will arrive on Nintendo Switch August 23rd
    The Nintendo Switch's reputation as a haven for indies got a little more support today. Gone Home, the breakout hit from The Fullbright Company will be released to the Switch's eShop next Thursday, August 23rd. Sure, it's a bit late, having originall…
  • 'Diablo III' arrives on the Nintendo Switch this fall
    After Blizzard dropped an ominous Diablo hint on Twitter back in May, the franchise's community manager revealed in a video last week that multiple projects are in the works. One of those revelations was supposed to be unveiled tomorrow, but leaked i…
  • Fitbit may give the Charge 3 a touchscreen but not GPS
    A new leak has revealed info about the upcoming Fitbit Charge 3 — namely, that the fitness watch is finally getting a full touchscreen. But that's not the only feature it's inheriting from the pricier Fitbit Ionic and Versa — the Charge 3…

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  • Intel discloses another set of processor vulnerabilities
    Intel disclosed another set of processor flaws today that could let attackers steal information stored on computers or third party clouds. Discovered by a number of researchers and reported to Intel in January, the vulnerability includes three variet…
  • Tinder co-founders sue parent company for $2 billion over deception
    Three of Tinder's co-founders and several other current and former senior executives are suing the dating company's parent organizations, Match Group and IAC. According to a complaint published online, the lawsuit seeks billions of dollars in damages…
  • Lawmakers ask Ajit Pai about false DDoS claims
    A handful of Democratic lawmakers have some questions for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai regarding claims of a DDoS attack that the Inspector General recently concluded were false. Specifically, they want to know when Pai became aware that disruption to the a…
  • Sprint and LG hope to launch the first 5G smartphone next year
    Now that 5G has a complete standard for companies to use in rolling out new devices, Sprint and LG have announced their intentions to bring the "first 5G smartphone" to the US in the first half of 2019.

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