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Twitter says 50,000 Russia-linked accounts tweeted during 2016 US presidential election

The company is emailing 677,775 users who either followed, retweeted or liked a tweet from the more than 50,000 Russia-linked election bots.

Amazons adds voice control to Alexa app for Android

Amazon's Alexa app can now do more than just control your Echo. An iOS app update is also planned.

Apple hires data science team from Silicon Valley startup

Apple confirms a few dozen people joined from Silicon Valley Data Science, but didn't acquire it.

OnePlus confirms hack exposed credit cards of phone buyers

The company put a hold on payments through its site after fraud reports emerged.

Hackers are using recent Microsoft Office vulnerabilities to distribute malware

Malware can steal passwords, bitcoin wallets, software keys, as well as carry out DDoS attacks and more -- and a campaign distributing it is targeting telecommunications, insurance, and financial services.

How to register your drone (it's the law... again)

Don’t want your drone fleet to be grounded? Read this article to learn how to register your drones. Yes, it’s the law. Again.

Lenovo Brazil operations back in black

The Chinese company turns local businesses around after seven years of losses; plans entry in new areas such as cloud services.

iPhone X has the notch but this is Samsung's solution for full-screen displays

Why have a notch when you can cut holes in a full-screen smartphone display?

iPhone battery row: Apple target of new probe that also focuses on Samsung

Apple faces yet another investigation by European regulators over iPhone battery slowdowns.

Salesforce launches skills graph to Trailhead, aims to revamp developer resumes

The aim is to better surface developer skills for folks with non-traditional backgrounds as well as the computer science graduate.

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