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UK wants tech firms to build tools to block terrorist content

UK wants tech firms to build tools to block terrorist content

A service now lets people pay their respects to the dead through a livestream

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It seems like you truly can find the answer to everything online.

Qingming Festival is the one day a year where many Chinese people visit cemeteries to pay their respects to their ancestors, typically by praying, cleaning the graves, or leaving offerings.

He’s back: YouTuber Casey Neistat resurrects vlog

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Well that didn’t last long.

Popular YouTube star Casey Neistat is resurrecting his daily vlog just months after announcing he was ditching it. Vlogging, he said in November, became too easy after he “found a rhythm.”

Now, he’s re-inspired.

The 35-year-old, who starred in his own HBO show before becoming a popular YouTube star, said his “new” vlog will focus on sharing updates about his business…

Tinder is finally available on the web — but only in these countries

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Tinder is finally breaking free of its app.

The company is beginning to test a new web-based version of its service that allows people to access Tinder from a browser, rather than its mobile app. Called Tinder Online, the service is being tested in a handful of countries outside the U.S. but the company plans to make it available to everyone in the future.

That may sound like a minor change but it’s a significant…

Facebook Messenger now lets you privately share your Live Location for an hour

Facebook Messenger now lets you privately share your Live Location for an hour

Facebook Messenger now lets you privately share your Live Location for an hour

Carrie Fisher’s memorial featured R2-D2 and James Blunt, of course

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It was a show, not a memorial.

That’s how Todd Fisher described the public service he organized for his sister Carrie Fisher and mom Debbie Reynolds in Los Angeles on Saturday.

Carrie Fisher’s memorial featured R2-D2 and James Blunt, of course

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It was a show, not a memorial.

That’s how Todd Fisher described the public service he organized for his sister Carrie Fisher and mom Debbie Reynolds in Los Angeles on Saturday.