In today’s news, Twitter works to label misleading post-election information, the FCC fines T-Mobile $200 million and Ford recalls 375,000 of its Explorer SUV.
A $205 million campaign comes to an end.
In today’s news, election day might be over but officials are warning people to stay on the lookout for misinformation, Walmart starts its Black Friday sales early and Pokemon Go hits a new record.
The videos reached thousands of viewers.
Some tweets falsely claim the polls will be open on Wednesday. (They won’t.)
Bike and scooter rental companies are also prepping for uncertainty after a contentious contest.
The tech companies say they’re better prepared to tackle interference than they were four years ago.
Asimo’s come a long way in 20 years, and the Japanese automaker doesn’t plan to call it quits any time soon.
The company’s new Mac computers powered by “Apple Silicon” are expected.
In today’s top stories, Apple plans to reveal new products on Nov. 10, Raspberry Pi reveals a $100 keyboard…
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