Florida’s New Social Media Free Speech Law Hits the Rocks for “Violating Free Speech Laws”

In January, Gov. Ron DeSantis proposed a controversial new law to prevent some social media platforms from gagging political candidates. It was in response to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and several…

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Facebook Officially Launches Live Audio Rooms and Podcasts in the U.S.

Facebook has officially launched Live Audio Rooms and podcasts for users in the U.S. These features will initially be available to select public figures and Facebook Groups. Creators can earn…

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Amazon Prime Now

Amazon Prime Now is No More; 2-hour Deliveries Available to Everyone

Amazon Prime Now will no longer be a standalone app. The company announced that the premium service, which offered delivery within hours for essential items, will be absorbed into the…

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LG Smartphone Division

LG Shutters Its Smartphone Division

LG announced it will no longer be producing smartphones per a decision by its board of directors. According to a prepared statement released on April 5, the move to get…

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T-Mobile Offers Exciting Deals for iPhone 12

After a long wait and a one-month delay caused by the ongoing pandemic, Apple finally released its iPhone 12 flagship. This grants the opportunity for mobile telecommunications companies such as…

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