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  26. Chrome has a secret scrollable tabstrip option – here's how to enable it
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  29. Google Considers Anti-Tracking Feature for Android
  30. Google engineers quit after the company fired its star AI ethics researcher
  31. USB 3, USB 4, Thunderbolt, & USB-C — everything you need to know | AppleInsider
  32. iOS 14.5 public beta lets Apple Watch users try the new mask-friendly Face ID | Engadget
  33. Chrome 88 update patches a zero-day that is being actively exploited
  34. Jeff Bezos Steps Down as CEO—and Shows Amazon Is a Cloud Company Now
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  37. Wikipedia unveils 'code of conduct' to stem misinformation
  38. Listen Carefully to What Facebook Isn’t Saying About Apple’s Upcoming Privacy Change. It's the Only Part that Matters — Inc.
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  53. SolarWinds hack may be much worse than originally feared
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  60. How to Send Articles to Your Kindle for Later Reading with Tinderizer, Instapaper, or Pocket
  61. 10 smart tech tricks that you’ll wish you knew sooner
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  63. Will DaaS kill VPNs in 2021?
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  68. EFF sides with Apple, slams Facebook’s criticism of iOS 14 privacy features as ‘laughable’ - 9to5Mac
  69. Russia's SolarWinds Hack Is the Big One
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  74. Facebook goes to war with Apple over new privacy rules limiting ad tracking
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  81. Review | Amazon’s new health band is the most invasive tech we’ve ever tested
  82. Facial recognition's fate could be decided in 2021
  83. Every Google Chrome user should try this | ZDNet
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  88. Google researcher demonstrates iPhone exploit with Wi-Fi takeover
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  92. Supreme Court hears case on hacking law and its limits
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  115. Google will soon let you opt out of Gmail’s data-hungry smart features entirely
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