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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine': Holt Interrogates Squad in Missing Thanksgiving Pie Caper (Exclusive Video)
The Wrap • Tony Maglio
Former Google, Facebook employees bring tech-enabled concierge medical practice Forward to LA
Becker's Hospital Review • Jessica Kim Cohen
Why Americans should brace for an internet where not all websites are treated equally
MarketWatch • Quentin Fottrell
High-Resolution, Indeed: 4K Photos Come to Facebook Messenger
Adweek • Adweek Staff
Alphabet's Eric Schmidt: Why it can be difficult for Google to understand truth
CNBC
With today’s launch of the OnePlus 5T, the OnePlus 5 is dead
Ars Technica • Ron Amadeo
Search Ads Impacted By Word Choice
MediaPost • Laurie Sullivan
Facebook’s advertising tools keep improving despite efforts to halt their progress
The Next Web • David Geer
Dear Apple: No HomePod, No Alexa Support Means Apple Music Is Scrooged
Forbes • Contributor, John Koetsier
Google home page search box now shows you recent searches by default
Search Engine Land • Barry Schwartz
 
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‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine': Holt Interrogates Squad in Missing Thanksgiving Pie Caper (Exclusive Video)
The WrapTony Maglio
You don’t steal a man’s Thanksgiving dessert — you just don’t. On Tuesday, someone on the “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” squad is going down for absconding with Captain Holt’s (Andre Braugher) baked goods. Every year, Holt and Kevin (guest star Marc Evan Jackson) buy...
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Facebook Inc, Google Inc
Former Google, Facebook employees bring tech-enabled concierge medical practice Forward to LA
Becker's Hospital ReviewJessica Kim Cohen
Forward, a San Francisco-based startup, recently opened a concierge medical practice in the Westfield Century City mall in Los Angeles, marking its first location outside of San Francisco, TechCrunch reports. Forward was developed by former employees from Google, Facebook and Uber. Its...
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Why Americans should brace for an internet where not all websites are treated equally
MarketWatchQuentin Fottrell
Getty People call it different things, depending on what side they’re on. “Net neutrality” sets out principles for regulators to treat all companies using the internet equally. Consumer advocates call that an “open internet.” The Trump administration calls it “micromanaging.” On Tuesday,...
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High-Resolution, Indeed: 4K Photos Come to Facebook Messenger
AdweekAdweek Staff
If those photos on Facebook Messenger seem a little sharper to you, you’re not seeing things. Messenger product managers Sean Kelly and Hagen Green announced in a Newsroom post that people can now send and receive photos in 4K resolution—4,096 pixels by...
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Alphabet's Eric Schmidt: Why it can be difficult for Google to understand truth
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It's not just fake news.
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With today’s launch of the OnePlus 5T, the OnePlus 5 is dead
Ars TechnicaRon Amadeo
Today is OnePlus 5T launch day. The $500 phone with high-end specs and a slim bezel design is up for sale on the OnePlus website, where the current ship time is seven days. The release also makes it the end of the...
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Search Ads Impacted By Word Choice
MediaPostLaurie Sullivan
Word choice matters when it comes to advertising copy, especially during the holidays with brands using phrases like "free shipping" vs "fast shipping." New research from NetElixir examines a variety of word choices and ad copy within search ads, analyzing more than...
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Facebook’s advertising tools keep improving despite efforts to halt their progress
The Next WebDavid Geer
Now that we live in an undeniably connected world, companies like Facebook are at the forefront of our daily lives. Social media is no longer just a past-time, an option of a select few technically-minded individuals and young people. Instead, Facebook now...
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Dear Apple: No HomePod, No Alexa Support Means Apple Music Is Scrooged
ForbesContributor, John Koetsier
Apple, this is a Dear John letter. Except, I'm John, and I'm thinking about breaking up with you. With your music, at least. This week Apple announced that its Amazon Echo and Google Home competitor HomePod, a smart speaker that 70 million...
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Google home page search box now shows you recent searches by default
Search Engine LandBarry Schwartz
Google has changed the default behavior of the search box on the Google.com home page. Now, when you go to Google’s home page, the search box will automatically expand to show you your most recent searches. Seeing these recent searches automatically expand...
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