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Acer Announces New Computers for Gamers and Creatives

Acer today announced a new product line-up that introduced new models in a whopping six separate ranges: Predator, Nitro, Aspire, Chromebook, Travelmate and Spin, plus the "ConceptD" product portfolio, aimed specifically at creators. Here's all the details to know.

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ExpressVPN Announces New Features for Apps

Today, ExpressVPN announced that it had updated its popular Android, iOS and Windows VPN apps with a selection of new features designed to make protecting your privacy and hiding your identity online even easier. These include split tunneling and easier location selection.

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EU Announces Ethical AI Guidelines

The European Commission has just released a set of guidelines to help shape a more "trustworthy AI." It's the latest foray into taking a proactive approach to ethics in artificial intelligence, and includes seven key requirements for the development of ethical AI

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Apple Might Be Killing Off iTunes

According to a software developer, Apple might be planning to kill off iTunes in order to help push its various subscription content services, from Apple TV+ to Apple Music. So, what will that mean for all your content stored on iTunes?

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Apple Music Overtakes Spotify for Paying US Subscribers

Digital music service Spotify has been passed up at its own game. According to a new report, Apple Music now has more subscribers in the United States than Spotify: Apple's music service userbase totalled 28 million paying subscribers at the end of February 2019.

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It Hasn’t Been a Good Week for Social Media

With bad headline after bad headline, it hasn't been a great week for social media companies. From Facebook discriminatory ads, to Neo-Nazis on YouTube, we round up all this awful week for social media companies. We round up some of the bad press from the past five days

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Google Disbands AI Committee Before First Meeting

Last week, Google announced that it had formed an AI Ethics committee to assist with the direction of its intelligent technology. This week came an update that few expected – the panel has already been dissolved. The move comes after public criticism of its member selection.