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Midterm political campaigns spent an unprecedented $4 billion in 2018, a 43 percent jump since the last election cycle.
Tumblr CEO Jeff D'Onofrio painted the ban as a move towards a "better, more positive Tumblr" in a blog post Monday.
There are still a few bugs in the system — among them the 11-pound robot's waspish personality.
Their questions center on potential privacy threats and whether the software is being marketed to law enforcement without adequate precautions.
It's the next step in the space agency's mission to bring a bit of an asteroid back to Earth.
"Racial discrimination at Facebook is real," wrote Mark Luckie, a former manager at the social networking giant.
The Securities and Exchange Commission said the charges were the first it has ever brought involving initial coin offerings.
The scientific community is outraged by the Chinese scientist's baby gene editing claims, questioning the ethics and safety of his work.
"Bio-bricks" may sound icky, but scientists say they offer crucial advantages over ordinary clay bricks.
The dedicated section collects and aggregates relevant stories for local communities in a packaged form in the user's NewsFeed.
Growth in Microsoft's cloud business was up 76 percent in first quarter earnings for 2019.
The goal is to prevent cyberattacks like "WannaCry," which paralyzed computer systems around the world in May 2017.
"Lulu and Nana were born normal and healthy," researcher He Jiankui said.
Twitter suspended the account, saying it had received a report from Russian officials about it.
Google employees stated in an open letter that they no longer believed the company was "willing to place its values above its profits."
The successful touch-down marks the beginning of the next phase of the two-year, $850-million mission.
Some researchers say it's time to allow gene editing, with careful regulation.
Without the proper settings, iPhone users can receive lewd and threatening messages from strangers, which can be triggering for survivors of sexual assault.
"We've done just about everything we can to make sure we're successful."
The seizure of the documents comes after Mark Zuckerberg declined to appear in London on Tuesday before officials investigating disinformation and election interference.