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Samsung Galaxy S20 could be pricey GeForce Now takes on Google Stadia in cloud gaming Steve Jobs' personality changed after Apple's success, Wozniak says Snap misses on revenue but attracts more daily users Twitter to start labeling deepfakes but sets high bar for removal Google Stadia 2020 plans, newest games and everything else you need to know Google and Tinder under investigation in Europe for privacy practices GeForce Now arrives for $4.99 a month and everything else we know T-Mobile, Sprint partner on call verification to fight spoofed calls YouTube outlines policies as elections heat up, Uber suspends accounts over coronavirus fears Alphabet reveals YouTube revenue for the first time Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg announces her engagement – Source CNET Tech

Reports suggest that the Samsung Galaxy S20 could sell for a grand in the US, while Korea may be faced with a price tag of 1.25 million won. We’ve also got info on the S20 Plus and S20 Ultra.

In today’s news, Nvidia launches cloud gaming service GeForce Now, Sony teases us with a PS5 website, and Galaxy Buds+ app goes live.

The Apple co-founders viewed money very differently, Wozniak says in a podcast interview.

The company’s stock drops more than 11% in after-hours trading.

Manipulated media would get pulled down only if it’d likely lead to serious harm.

Expanded Android phone support is on deck for early this year.

The Irish Data Commissioner is investigating whether the two US tech companies are in breach of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.

Nvidia’s official rollout of its cloud gaming service apps for PC, Mac and Android now opens to all after almost two years in beta.

The hopeful merger partners are teaming up to implement the FCC’s recommended Stir/Shaken technology.


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