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Recent articles by Dalvin:

TikTok and WeChat ban: How will the move affect users of the apps?

The restrictions bar both apps from new App Store and Google Play store downloads within 72 hours. → Read More

Looking for a job? Facebook says Coursera partnership creates a path

Facebook teamed up with Coursera on a social media marketing certificate program aimed at people with no prior industry experience. → Read More

Election Day: Uber will offer discounted rides to polling locations

The platform is also enabling users to request an absentee ballot through the Uber and Uber Eats apps. → Read More

LG just upped its dual-screen smartphone offering with swiveling LG Wing

You can use your fingers on one hand to transform the LG Wing into "Swivel Mode," which reveals a second screen. → Read More

Peeps won't come in Halloween, Christmas shapes this year due to COVID-related production shutdown

Peeps, the popular colored marshmallows shaped like baby chicks, won't come in Halloween or Christmas shapes this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the → Read More

Peeps won't come in Halloween, Christmas shapes this year due to COVID-related production shutdown

Just Born had to temporarily shut down its factories due to the pandemic. That's why there won't be Christmas Peeps. → Read More

Facebook to take down false claims that extremists started Oregon wildfires

After the FBI and other law enforcement agencies said rumors about who started the wildfires are false, Facebook said it will remove false posts. → Read More

Vinyl record sales outpace CDs for the first time since the '80s amid the pandemic

American music listeners bought more vinyl records than CDs during the period marked by retail store closures and tour cancellations. → Read More

Elon Musk says Tesla has 'many exciting things' to reveal on Battery Day

Battery Day will be held immediately following Tesla's annual shareholder's meeting later this month. → Read More

You can pay from your phone at restaurants with this new Uber Eats feature

Uber Eats launches a contactless order feature that lets you pay for your meals on the app when you're dining in and ordering takeout. → Read More

Google search website commemorates 30th anniversary of 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'

Go to Google.com on Sept.10 and search for "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air." You'll get what appears to be ordinary search results but there is a surprise. → Read More

Americans are buying, building, converting backyard sheds into home offices

Companies like Modern-Shed and Studio Shed report a spike in sales as people continue to work from home and kids start remote learning. → Read More

T-Mobile plans to give free internet to 10 million students for remote learning, homework

T-Mobile's program is intended to help millions of kids who struggle to do remote learning or homework during the COVID-19 back-to-school season. → Read More

Epic Games asks judge to put Fortnite back on Apple’s App Store

Apple removed the Fortnite app in August, saying Epic Games had violated its rules. The gaming company has called Apple a “monopolist." → Read More

Road trip! Despite pandemic, Americans plan to travel for Labor Day, but most are driving

Despite the pandemic, Americans are planning to travel this Labor Day weekend. Some also are looking to buy new cars. Sedans may be a top choice. → Read More

Google honors Black cartoonist and activist Jackie Ormes with new Doodle

Jackie Ormes is widely recognized as the first and only Black female newspaper cartoonist of her time in the United States. → Read More

Amazon is set to hire new workers as it leases more real estate in Washington state

In 2019, the e-commerce giant began work on a new 43-story tower in Bellevue, Washington. Now it bought more space and is hiring more workers. → Read More

Facebook won't allow new political ads the week before the November presidential election

The Mark Zuckerberg-led social media company announced in a blog post that it won't accept new political ads in the week before the election. → Read More

Tesla looks to hire software engineers to develop car video games

Tesla cars have a large touch-screen display that owners and passengers can use to play video games when the vehicle is parked. → Read More

Apple and Google team up to send you notifications if you've been exposed to COVID-19

Apple and Google teamed up to develop push notifications that let iOS and Android users know if they might have been exposed to COVID-19. → Read More