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January 10, 2019, 11:00 AM

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Timothy W. Martin / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Samsung plans to unveil a fully functional foldable screen phone and the 10th anniversary Galaxy S10 phone lineup on February 20  —  Tech giant to also unveil its 10th anniversary flagship phones at events in San Francisco and London  —  SEOUL— Samsung Electronics Co. plans …
Tom Krazit / GeekWire:
AWS launches Amazon DocumentDB, a new document database offering that is compatible with MongoDB version 3.6  —  The latest managed database to emerge from Amazon Web Services is based around MongoDB, setting up a new confrontation between the cloud giant and the company behind that open-source project.
Matthew Handrahan / GamesIndustry.biz:
UK-based Improbable says a recent change in Unity Engine's ToS on “streaming and cloud gaming restrictions” makes Improbable's cloud-based SpatialOS illegal  —  Update: Spilt Milk Studios has taken its upcoming title Lazarus offline until the dispute is solved, but Bossa's Worlds Adrift is “operating as normal”
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
AMD announces the 7-nanometer AMD Radeon VII GPU, which it says will be 27% to 62% faster, coming in Feb. for $700; CEO Su says 400M+ gamers use Radeon graphics  —  Lisa Su, CEO of Advanced Micro Devices, announced the chip makers new graphics processing unit, the 7-nanometer AMD Radeon VII graphics chip.
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Barry Schwartz / Search Engine Land:
Google announces a new search feature that lets logged-in users access past searches on specific topics, available now in the US  —  Google is now rolling out a new feature in search named “your related activity.”  This feature lets signed in Google users pick up on previous searches they've done related to the query they just added.
Casey Newton / The Verge:
NYU and Princeton study of 3,500 US adults: 11% of those over 65 have shared a hoax article on Facebook, while just 3% of those 18 to 29 have done so  —  And the finding holds true across party lines  —  Older Americans are disproportionately more likely to share fake news on Facebook …
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:
Instagram will now let users post to multiple accounts at once on iOS and begins testing easier Google Photos imports on Android  —  Instagram is swaying the balance towards simplicity but away from originality.  It's adding the ability to publish feed posts to different accounts you control …

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