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Here’s everything you need to know about Big Tech’s antitrust hearing

A little bit of accountability would be nice right now. Wednesday’s congressional hearing, at which the CEOs of Facebook, Amazon, Apple and Google testify remotely to the House’s Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law, could offer just that. The hearing is said to focus on market dominance and anti-competitive practices, and offers frustrated members of Congress the opportunity to …

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Take advantage of this rare 39% discount on one-year QuickBooks

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Here’s how to start the NBA playoffs without cables

On March 11, Utah Jazz tested Rudy Gobert positive for COVID-19, and the NBA ended the season when the entire league made the final push before the playoffs. Believe it or not, professional basketball is back this week and you can watch even if you don’t pay for cables. That said, there are some things you need to know about …

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Trevor Noah says you can choose to be a scientist or internet randos like Dr. Want to listen to Demon Sperm.

On Tuesday, the Americans woke up to “demon sperm” announced on Twitter. It’s Dr. Thanks to Stella Immanuel, a minister, for promoting dubious health materials – particularly praise for the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a COVID remedy – and his son despite the FDA’s warning of its use Then Donald Trump Jr.’s Twitter account was temporarily blocked on Tuesday after …

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These colorful, intelligent LED lamps transform the mood in your home

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Find out how you can publish your own e-book yourself with this online course sale

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Master Python 3 and improve your developer skills for just $ 30

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Booze Delivery App Drizly affected by massive data breaches that affect 2.5 million accounts

The Drizly alcohol shipping app was hit by a major data breach that exposed customers’ email addresses, birthdays, encrypted passwords, and even shipping addresses. You would hope that hackers at least have the decency to leave our alcohol alone amid this incredibly difficult pandemic, but apparently nothing is sacred. In a statement to Mashable, Drizly said he was the first …

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Substack Only accidentally revealed email addresses of tons of users

Oh God: Somebody at Substack accidentally sent an email explosion that exposed the email addresses of numerous users. Substack is a subscription newsletter service that has gained a lot of positive awareness lately because it provides a home for journalists and others build up independent target groups at a time characterized by mass layoffs in the media. So you could …

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