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How to limit how much of your life you’re wasting on Instagram
It's like placing a parental control on your own wasted time.
Sinead O’Connor returns to Twitter to annoy ‘white supremacists’
The singer clears up her controversial tweets.
Here’s how you can use Amazon’s Alexa to gain early access to Black Friday deals
Amazon Black Friday sales are notorious for selling out early, but if you shop with Alexa, you can call dibs before the rush.
Japan’s cybersecurity chief doesn’t use computers—which at least means he’s never been hacked?
Ah, another government at its most competent.
‘Pod Save America’ ditches Republican contributor after learning of his ties to shady firm
After a Twitter dustup, the podcast makes a move.
Kanye West and Mark Zuckerberg reportedly sing Backstreet Boys classic at karaoke
Video or it didn't happen, Kanye.
Facebook reportedly hired PR firm to write critical articles about Apple, Google
A new report reveals Facebook's internal struggles.
Report: Period-tracking apps are fueling market research, data surveillance
As many as 95 percent of period-tracking apps have inaccuracies. Here's why.
Google apologizes for donating to candidate who joked about hangings
The tech giant said would not have contributed to her campaign had it known about the remarks.
Michael Rapaport’s reaction to this weird-looking cat is hilarious
Michael Rapaport has always been funny, but this cat video might be his greatest work ever.
Mitch McConnell’s call for bipartisanship gets ratioed off the internet
Everyone quickly pointed out the irony.
Marco Rubio’s attempt to use football to describe Florida recount fails spectacularly
The tweet was dunked on a lot.
Facebook says accounts blocked before midterms had celebrity, LGBTQ content
In total, blocked accounts reached over 2 million followers.