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Facebook improves its AI Messenger assistant ‘M’ with new wits

Serena Williams checks John McEnroe on Twitter after his belittling comments

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When will people learn it’s a bad idea to come for Serena Williams?

Join Samantha Bee in ‘the semantic vortex,’ where Trump mangles words and facts

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The team behind Full Frontal with Samantha Bee went fully dystopic in a Wednesday segment called “Fantastic Words and Where Not To Find Them.” The segment focuses on Trump and his administration’s rejection of words and facts and what things mean, and it’s enough to scramble anyone’s brain.

Under the Trump administration, “truth” and “lies” have inexplicably become subjective terms. “Fake news” doesn’t literally mean…

Know your worth: How to negotiate compensation at a startup

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Have you ever felt you were worth more than you were being paid?

Snapchat acquires social map app Zenly for $250M to $350M

Snapchat acquires social map app Zenly for $250M to $350M

The internet has fallen in love with a couple who recreated their Pride March photo

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Twenty-four years later, Nicholas Cardello and Kurt English are still in love and proud.

The internet has fallen in love with a couple who recreated their Pride March photo

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Twenty-four years later, Nicholas Cardello and Kurt English are still in love and proud.

Netflix introduces interactive TV where you can pick the outcome

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Trust Netflix to be the platform that introduces choose-your-own-adventure TV. Starting Tuesday, Netflix will roll out exclusive interactive features that have been in development for almost two years, allowing viewers to choose the outcome of shows while watching them.

“Content creators have a desire to tell non-linear stories like these, and Netflix provides the freedom to roam, try new things and do their…

Department of Defense still uses 8-inch floppy disks and other disturbing details from Jared Kushner’s speech

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I don’t care what Jared Kushner’s voice sounds like. It’s what he said that blew me away.

The globetrotting head of the White House Office of American Innovation broke his cipher-like silence on Monday to offer a stunning outline of the federal government’s recidivistic tech tendencies.

Chief among them is that the U.S. Department of Defense still uses 8-inch floppy disks, a stored media technology retired by most businesses back in the early 1980s. At my first job at a tiny weekly newspaper…