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Google’s public WiFi hotspots come to Mexico

Google's Station WiFi is no longer reserved for the eastern hemisphere. As of today, the public hotspots are available in over 60 "high-traffic" locations in 44 Mexican cities, including airports, malls and mass transit stations.

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Facebook’s daily news video section may arrive this summer

Facebook has only hinted at its upcoming news video section in Watch, but some more tangible details are starting to trickle out. Axios sources have claimed a daily news service should launch in the summer, with about 10 publishers (both conventiona...

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Overwatch League team releases player over hateful speech

Overwatch League player Felix "xQc" Lengyel has been suspended twice for using both homophobic and racist slurs, and he's now bowing out entirely. Dallas Fuel and Lengyel have announced that they've "mutually agreed to part ways" in the wake of his...

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What’s Hot For Spring 2018 – Straight From an Editor Who Shops For a Living

New season, new wardrobe . That's my excuse for treating myself this month. I'm always on the lookout for the buzziest products out there as a shopping editor

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Twitter purges accounts behind artificially viral tweets

If you've used Twitter for long enough, you've probably seen someone retweet a truism or obviously plagiarized quote from accounts that are clearly trying to force their tweets to go viral. You won't have to put up with some of those accounts from no...

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We Can’t Believe It – These 11 Cute Bikinis Are All Less Than $35

It's official: bikini season is all year-long. Whether you're going on a vacation or just taking a dip in the pool, there's always an excuse to get a new swimsuit. If you don't want to spend loads of money, we rounded up the cutest, most affordable bikinis on the Internet.

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Kickstarter Patron aims to generate larger pledges for creators

Kickstarter is piloting a program that will match up companies, organizations and institutions with projects that need more substantial funding, TechCrunch reports. It's called Kickstarter Patrons and the nonprofit and for-profit groups selected to t...

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Samsung Internet beta adds Protected Browsing to block harmful sites

Samsung Internet Browser Beta has been updated to version 7.2, and with that update comes a new Protected Browsing mode designed to keep users safe. As the company explained in a recent announcement, Protected Browsing warns users if they’re about to visit a website that may feature malware or phishing scams

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‘Overwatch’ pro suspended for ‘racially disparaging’ emote

In January, Dallas Fuel pro Felix "xQc" Lengyel drew a suspension for violating the Overwatch League's Code of Conduct while streaming for using an anti-gay slur, and now he has been suspended again. The League announced that this four-game suspensio...

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Capital One’s virtual credit cards could help you avoid fraud

Capital One is no stranger to trying new things -- especially when it comes to technology. Its Eno texting chatbot, for example, is a quick and conversational way for its customers to check their balances and perform simple tasks, like checking on re...

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