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The brands upending retail, an exclusive invite, and hot cannabis startups by http://bit.ly/2JBlum0

“Direct-to-consumer brands like Away, Brooklinen, and SmileDirectClub grew up on Google, Facebook, and Instagram, upending the retail business along the way. Now, they’re starting to broaden their horizons. That presents a sizeable opportunity.”

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Snapchat Employees Abused Data Access to Spy on Users by http://bit.ly/2MkwEht

“Several departments inside social media giant Snap have dedicated tools for accessing user data, and multiple employees have abused their privileged access to spy on Snapchat users, Motherboard has learned.”

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The Fastest Firefox Ever: Firefox 67 Now Available For Windows, Linux, And Mac by http://bit.ly/2YHPu3i

“Ever since Mozilla developers released the much-anticipated Firefox Quantum in 2017, the open source company has been continuously working to improve the overall performance and security measures deployed in the web browser.”

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To win the battle of artificial intelligence, multiply the legal geeks! by http://bit.ly/2EjUEuH

“Understanding the legal discipline often seems abrupt for the uninitiated. Through my columns, I try to democratise the digital law, a subject that is not sufficiently taught and that is an inaccessible subject of research in my opinion.”

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How to install the new Minecraft launcher for Linux by http://bit.ly/2W1WJFq

“Minecraft is one of the few video games to support the Linux platform. In the past, we’ve talked about how to play Minecraft on Linux. In that tutorial, we outlined how to manually download the Jar package, install Java and get the game running.”

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How to edit Google Docs files offline, on a desktop computer or mobile app by http://bit.ly/2Vzks0t

“Google Docs are great — until you lose your internet connection and suddenly that tiny-but-vital addition that just popped into your head has to stay unwritten until you reconnect.”

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Chromium may soon use less memory and start up faster by http://bit.ly/2Q3xtta

“Chromium-based web browsers such as Google Chrome, Brave, Vivaldi, Opera, or the new Microsoft Edge browser, may soon start up faster and use less memory. One of the effects of Microsoft switching over to the Chromium development camp is that even more engineers work on Chromium.”

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