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October 29, 2018, 2:45 PM

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Sam Byford / The Verge:
Gab.com takes its service offline after GoDaddy informed the company they had violated terms of service and had 24 hours to move the domain to another provider  —  Gab, the controversial social network with a far-right following, has pulled its website offline after domain provider GoDaddy gave it 24 hours to move to another service.
Kevin Roose / New York Times:
How Gab, the social network where the Pittsburgh shooting suspect aired his hatred in full, became a platform of choice for neo-Nazis and other extremists  —  Early Saturday, moments before the police say he barged into a Pittsburgh synagogue and opened fire, Robert D. Bowers's anti-Semitic …
Jonathan Shieber / TechCrunch:
With its acquisition of Red Hat, IBM refocuses on its core strengths, rather than Watson, an AI push that was always more hype than reality  —  With its latest $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat, IBM may have found something more elementary than “Watson” to save its flagging business.
Lora Kolodny / CNBC:
Paul Sawers / VentureBeat:
OnePlus 6T debuted with in-screen fingerprint scanner, 6.41" screen, dual rear cameras, smaller notch, starting at $549, unlocked or via T-Mobile in US  —  After month of leaks and teases, OnePlus has finally launched its ninth smartphone.  —  The OnePlus 6T was officially unveiled at an event …
Vlad Savov / The Verge:
OnePlus 6T review: buttery-smooth performance, pretty display, solid battery life, but camera remains mediocre and in-display fingerprint reader is inconsistent  —  What was good is still good; what was missing is still missing  —  OnePlus is like one giant, never-ending Kickstarter campaign.
Davey Alba / BuzzFeed News:
After Orlando let its pilot with Amazon's facial “Rekognition” tech expire amid public outcry in June, FOIA docs show a new pilot has begun under a mutual NDA  —  Walking around downtown Orlando, you might not notice the lightbulb-sized camera affixed to one of the traffic signal poles along …
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Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
RED Hydrogen One review: unique design and long-lasting battery, but holographic display is poor and blurry, and it falls far short of other $1,000+ phones  —  It's obvious this is RED's first phone  —  RED's debut smartphone is such a mess that it made me question what fundamental parts of a phone we truly need.

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