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Twitter’s Fake Account Purge Drags Stock Lower

NEW YORK — It’s no secret that Twitter has been purging fake and malicious accounts in an attempt to make its platform more welcoming for real people.

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Electric Cars: New-Build Homes Could Be Fitted With Charge Points

New homes in England could be required to be fitted with electric car charging points, under proposals announced by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.

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How To Get The Best Android P Features On Any Android Phone

Google’s upcoming Android release, Android P, brings a new look to the popular operating system — we particularly liked the colorful, rounded interface — as well as a cavalcade of new features. Although the latest developer preview for Android P is only available for select devices, some clever developers have made apps to replicate some of P’s most notable new features, ones that will work on phones that don’t have access to Android P as of yet.

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Netflix Is Removing Subscribers Movie Reviews

User reviews are the latest feature Netflix is removing from its streaming platform, citing a decline in use “over time.”

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Singapore's Temasek Set To Report Record Portfolio; Tech Deals In Focus

SINGAPORE - Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings Pte Ltd [TEM.UL] is likely to book a record S$300 billion ($221 billion) for the value of its portfolio, powered by gains in DBS Group Ltd and Chinese banks, while it steps up investment in tech startups.

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Banks Told To Reveal Tech Meltdown Plans

UK banks have been told to explain how they would cope with a technology failure or cyber-attack.

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Twitter Suspends Over 70 Million Accounts In Two Months: Washington Post

Pic: ReutersTwitter Inc suspended more than one million accounts a day in recent months to reduce the flow of misinformation on the platform, the Washington Post reported.

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Is 3D Printing The Future Of Social Housing?

A family in France has become the first in the world to move into a 3D-printed house. The four-bedroom property is a prototype for bigger projects aiming to make housebuilding quicker and cheaper. Could it cause a shift in the building industry?

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Netflix Is Testing Higher-Priced 'Ultra' Plans

This is just a test, Netflix says, but one that could eventually lead to higher monthly bills for subscribers.

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Apple May Introduce Blue, Red And Orange iPhones This Fall

Apple may be releasing its next iPhone in a few more colors than usual. In addition to the usual gray and white, according to 9to5Mac, Ming-Chi Kuo reports that the entry-level 6.1-inch iPhone will be available in blue, red and orange.

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