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We're back from the future — CES 2020 (The Daily Charge, 1/21/2020) France and Trump agree to temporary truce on digital tech tax Google Stadia 2020 plans, newest games and everything else we know Facebook promises 1,000 new jobs in London as Brexit looms Google wants AI regulation, Netflix snags Studio Ghibli Samsung mobile chief steps back from day-to-day operations Alternatives to Google Chrome Google CEO Sundar Pichai: We must be 'clear-eyed' about how AI could go wrong Facebook axes pages that supported Robert Hyde, figure in impeachment probe 9 great reads from CNET this week Galaxy S20 leaks continue, forget about a Twitter edit button Here's what to do with that old iPad – Source CNET Tech

A recap of the best and worst things we saw at the massive tech show.

France and the US intend to negotiate a solution with the goal of avoiding a tariff war.

The cloud-gaming service is here.

COO Sheryl Sandberg is visiting London to speak about Facebook’s continued investment in the UK.

The studio behind My Neighbor Totoro, Spirited Away and Ponyo is coming to Netflix, but not in the US.

Tae-moon Roh will take over D.J. Koh’s former role as head of the smartphone business, while Koh will focus on long-term strategy.

Google isn’t the only game in town when you go online. See what Brave, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and more have to offer.

The chief executive of Alphabet calls for regulation of artificial intelligence as his own company delves deeper into developing new technologies.

Facebook said it didn’t get the info it sought from the page owners after it found the pages were “misleading people by concealing who controls them.”

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