The latest Google Arts & Culture exhibit lets you explore the history of electronic music

If you have any interest at all in electronic music, you owe it to yourself to check out Google’s latest Arts & Culture exhibit. Music, Makers and…

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Microsoft’s advanced cybersecurity tech is now available in dozens of countries

With upcoming national elections in five European countries, Microsoft is making some of the more advanced features of its AccountGuard service available to additional groups and individuals…

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Twitter tests full-size images previews in your feed on iOS and Android

The next time you’re browsing through your Twitter timeline on your phone, you may notice a small but impactful change to how the service handles images. With…

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Russia is using online disinformation to trash rival COVID-19 vaccines

Russia's internet disinformation efforts extend well beyond election interference. State Department officials talking to the Wall Street Journal say Russia is running a disinformation campaign using at…

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Xbox test brings Microsoft’s Chromium-based Edge browser to consoles

You might finally have a good reason to use the web browser on your console for more than the bare necessities. The Verge reports that Microsoft has…

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Russian, Chinese hackers may have stolen European vaccine data

State-backed hackers' attempts to steal COVID-19 vaccine data might be farther-reaching than you think. According to Reuters, sources for Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant claim (subscription required) that…

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Facebook reportedly investigated over ‘systemic’ racism in hiring

Facebook has publicly committed to fighting racism, but there are concerns that isn't translating to its recruitment practices. Reuters sources say the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission…

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iCloud allegedly locked out a user over her last name

iCloud has had the occasional service issue, but its latest problem appears to be highly… specific. Actor and author Rachel True claims iCloud has effectively locked her…

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Tesla ditches forums and pushes fans to take political action with Engage

Tesla has created a new website for its fans, one mainly designed to spur them to political action on its behalf. Dubbed Tesla Engage, it was spotted…

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Google makes it easier to test experimental features in Chrome

It turns out increasing the cadence of Chrome updates isn’t the only change Google has planned for its web browser. In a tweet spotted by 9to5Google (via…

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