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Robocall Blocking Apps Found to Share Data

A new report took a dive into the most popular anti-robocall apps and found plenty of basic and obvious privacy violations. The most common: Anti-robocall apps often monetize their service by sending user data or device data to third-party companies for a profit.

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Apple Could Launch Seven New iPads This Year

Apple could be releasing as many as seven new iPad models this year, according to filings made with the Eurasian Economic Commission. While details are scant, it looks as though the company is ramping up its tablet offerings, with new models coming in the Fall.

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Google Plows Ahead With Android Chat

Google is officially taking the reins of their own messaging platform by launching Android Chat without help from the networks. User in the UK and France will have access later this month, but we're still waiting to hear about when US users will get the update.

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How the Press Covered the Fortnite World Cup

The esports phenomenon Fortnite boasts a massive audience of 250 million registered players. Last weekend, that fanbase came together in the first Fortnite World Cup Finals to watch the best of the best duke it out for a $30 million prize pool.

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Twitch is Suing 100 Users for Their Shady Streaming

Streaming site Twitch is lawyering up to take on 100 of its own users. According to a court filing, Twitch is accusing the organized group of 100 streamers of breach of contract and copyright infringement after they continually streamed porn, terrorist attacks, and more.

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Google Steps Down from Tablet Business

Google has announced that it is to no longer produce tablets, with 2018's Pixel Slate now marking the company's swan song. It's been a turbulent few years for Android tablets, and this recent news from Google will do little to assure those that have resisted Apple's dominance.

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Apple Will Pay $1 Million for iPhone Hack

Apple announced that their bug bounty program will now offer a maximum of $1 million to anyone that can hack the iPhone, but that's not all. The program is now available to anyone that can pull it off, and offers rewards for hacking tvOS, iPadOS, watchOS, and macOS, as well.

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Amazon Reveals New Eye-Friendly Kindle Oasis

Amazon unveils the latest changes to its Kindle line up, with a refresh of the premium Oasis model, adding amber lighting that is designed to be kinder on the eyes in low light conditions. However, while this might appeal to night time readers, is it essential?

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Bullish Bezos Bets on Booze in San Francisco

Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos is betting that booze will be the next big thing, with plans to launch an Amazon drinks-on-demand delivery service and a bricks-and-mortar liquor store in San Francisco. So, why is Amazon doing this and should San Franciscans be worried?