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February 21, 2019, 10:50 AM

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Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat:
Samsung debuts 6.1" Galaxy S10 and 6.4" Galaxy S10+ with triple rear cameras, in-screen fingerprint sensors, priced from $899 and $999 respectively, out Mar. 8  —  At the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco this morning, Samsung unveiled a smartphone series ten years in the making: The Galaxy S10.
Cherlynn Low / Engadget:
Jeremy Horwitz / VentureBeat:
Geoffrey A. Fowler / Washington Post:
Taylor Lorenz / The Atlantic:
Kids googling themselves for the first time face shock, frustration, and sometimes excitement at content parents had been posting about them since their birth  —  Googling yourself has become a rite of passage.  —  For several months, Cara has been working up the courage to approach her mom about what she saw on Instagram.
Tom Warren / The Verge:
Samsung debuts Galaxy Fold, a foldable smartphone with 4.6" folded and 7.3" unfolded displays, 7nm processor, 12GB RAM, three-app multitasking, 6 cameras, more  —  Samsung first teased its foldable phone back in November, and at the company's Galaxy Unpacked event today it's further detailing its foldable plans.
Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat:
Mary Jo Foley / ZDNet:
Microsoft previews Dynamics 365 AI and mixed reality services and applications on iOS, Android, and HoloLens for remote assistance, customized bots, and more  —  Microsoft is readying new Dynamics 365 AI- and mixed-reality-centric services and applications for remote-assistance, customized bots and more.
Bloomberg:
Sources: Disney joins Nestle, Epic Games, and others in pulling ad spending from YouTube following details about a “pedophile ring” in YouTube comments  —  - YouTube faces criticism for recommending videos of minors  — Nestle, Epic Games also among companies stopping ad purchases
K.G Orphanides / WIRED UK:
Hadas Gold / CNN:
Mark Zuckerberg is meeting with UK Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright in CA after refusing to appear before the UK committee investigating online disinformation  —  (CNN Business)Mark Zuckerberg is finally coming face to face with a top UK official who'd like to regulate Facebook.
Jeremy Horwitz / VentureBeat:
Samsung debuts a basic Galaxy Fit band and Galaxy Watch Active, a simpler $200 version of its watch, shipping March 8 with blood pressure tracking coming later  —  Leaking every new product ahead of the official unveiling event has a way of making the formal announcements dull …
Vlad Savov / The Verge:
Rhett Jones / Gizmodo:
Pinterest says it's stopped returning vaccine-related search results as most spread anti-vax disinformation, part of its broader approach against “false cures”  —  The anti-vaccination movement has become so widespread that the World Health Organization added it to its list of the top threats to global health in 2019.
Harvard Law Today:
Mark Zuckerberg talks to Harvard professor Jonathan Zittrain about encryption, “information fiduciaries”, and more, as part of Zuckerberg's 2019 challenge  —  Should Facebook be considered an “information fiduciary” when it comes to the privacy of its clients?

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