Golden Diner pushed back against Seamless usage during the pandemic

On a recent Sunday afternoon, chef Samuel Yoo stood behind the counter of the self-described Asian diner he owns on the edge of Manhattan’s Chinatown. Each of the eight swiveling…

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Apple’s Stock May Still Have Much Further To Fall

Michael Kramer and the clients of Mott Capital own AAPL Apple Inc.’s (AAPL) stock has had a tremendous 2020 with the shares up more than 50%. The significant gains come…

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YouTube fights mail-in voting misinformation ahead of Election Day

YouTube is stepping up its measures against misinformation around the upcoming US election. In a blog post today, the platform announced an array of new changes, including changes to the…

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After boycotts, advertisers and social media giants agree on steps to curb hate speech

(Reuters) — Facebook, YouTube and Twitter have agreed on first steps to curb harmful content online, big advertisers announced on Wednesday, following boycotts of social media platforms they had accused…

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Apple Is Building A Fundamentally Different Future For Software

iOS 14 is not neutral. It will privilege certain kinds of apps, de-prioritize others, and therefore impact what kinds of apps will be successful and which are more likely to…

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Instagram is rolling out updates to Reels, including longer video lengths

Instagram Reels is doubling the length of videos in a new update, allowing users to make 30-second videos instead of 15 seconds. Reels’ biggest competitor, TikTok, lets people record videos…

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