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The return of AirPower? How much does it cost to spy on your neighbors? Apparently, $5 a month (The Daily Charge, 1/30/2020) Pricing and availability for the Galaxy Z Flip may have leaked Joseph Gordon-Levitt: Don't chase likes and followers UPS teams with Waymo in Phoenix, Sen. Warren wants penalties for misinformation spreaders Brexit to bring back roaming fees from 2021 unless networks say otherwise Apple, Broadcom must pay CalTech $1.1B for patent infringement Zuckerberg tells investors Facebook wants to be 'understood' rather than 'liked' Europe allows Huawei for 5G through security guidelines Apple closes two more China stores on coronavirus worries Facebook Watch pulling back on original shows, live sports, report says Coronavirus spread leads Google to temporarily close all China offices – Source CNET Tech

It’s a big week of Apple rumors as a new report says the company may be working on a wireless charging pad, Apple-branded headphones and the return of the iPhone SE or iPhone 9.

Also, Avast shuts down its data collection firm that was mining your browser data, and Facebook pays $550 million over collecting people’s face data.

The good news is the Z Flip should cost less than the Galaxy Fold. The bad news is it won’t be by much.

At Sundance, the actor says the hunt for fame can dilute creativity.

Today’s major tech headlines include UPS and Waymo partnering in Phoenix, Sen. Warren’s demand for penalties for those who spread misinformation online and Lyft’s layoffs of 90 employees.

Fortunately most UK networks plan to continue providing free roaming across Europe to customers.

A jury handed down the decision related to Wi-Fi chips used in iPhones, Macs and other devices.

The remarks come after Facebook reported slower revenue growth.

But EU states must maintain diversity in their 5G…

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