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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook is letting 10 media outlets charge readers subscriptions to view stories

Facebook confirmed that 10 media outlets are participating in a paywall test, which requires people to pay a subscription fee to read more than 10 free stories.

The most important new Apple Watch feature has been shut down in China

There is no carrier currently offering service for the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE in China.
The iPhone X goes on sale next Friday.

The most bullish Apple analyst says to ‘buy into the iPhone 8 gloom and doom ahead of the iPhone X’

Brian White, an analyst at Drexel Hamilton, has a target of $208 a share, up more than 33% from the current price.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty

IBM’s stock just surged almost 10%, and Morgan Stanley thinks the company is at an ‘inflection’ point

IBM beat expectations in its earnings on Tuesday, but most analysts are advising investors to proceed with caution.

Google’s new Pixel 2 feature that identifies things you photograph isn’t ready for primetime just yet

Google Lens is supposed to identify objects in the real world, but it has a long way to go.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey.

Twitter will be tougher on ‘non-consensual’ nudity, hate symbols, and violent tweets after user backlash

Twitter will take a tougher stance on moderating "non-consensual" nudity, hate symbols, and threats of violence.

IBM’s cloud business helped it top Wall Street revenue targets

Things are looking good in after hours trading at the tech giant following a quarter that we less disappointing than analysts expected.

Why that message from a Google recruiter doesn’t mean you’ll get a job

Google recruiters can reach out to as many as 40 candidates per day, finding them through LinkedIn searches for specific skills.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings' ugly sweater was a clever bit of product placement

Netflix’s top execs all wore ugly ‘Stranger Things’ sweaters on the Q3 earnings call, and the stunt highlights an important new business

To promote the new season of Stranger Things and a merchandizing deal with Target, Netflix execs got dressed up for the Q3 earnings call.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty

IBM is using the technology behind bitcoin to help businesses in countries with weak banking systems

The new project could put an end to the weeks-long wait times and expensive transaction fees when doing business with countries like Samoa and Fiji.