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Facebook announced Monday that it would soon begin forcing users to do their messaging in a separate app.
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Professors Call FAA's Drone Rules 'Unreasonable'
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Facebook Post Triggers Deadly 'Mob Violence'
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Meet the Woman Trying to Save You From Silicon Valley
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Verizon Will Soon Throttle Speeds for Some Heavy 4G Users
Verizon had already throttled connections for heavy 3G customers, and announced Monday that the policy is coming to 4G starting in October.
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