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YouTube drops ads from Logan Paul channels

Image copyright Getty Images YouTube has suspended advertising on video blogger Logan Paul’s channels owing to his “pattern of behaviour”. In December, he was criticised for uploading a video of a dead body recorded in Japan’s so-called suicide forest. He later apologised. Since his return to YouTube, he has made ...

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EE ‘shoebox’ to tackle broadband not-spots

Image copyright EE Image caption EE said its antenna was the size of a shoebox Telecoms company EE has revealed plans to sell a 4G antenna that promises to bring fast broadband internet to thousands of homes in rural areas. EE’s Simon Till said the “shoebox-size” antenna would let more ...

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Facebook brings animation tools to its Quill VR painting app

After having declared last year that the app would receive no future updates, Facebook is delivering a big update to its VR painting tool Quill. The update expands on Quill’s initial promise, expanding it from being a platform for designing static scenes to one that can handle dynamic animated ones. The ...

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Apple’s HomePod pre-orders sell out ahead of launch

The HomePod was never preordained to be a blockbuster for Apple. Sure, the smart speaker has received overwhelmingly positive marks for sound quality, but the product is a bit late to the game, after both Amazon and Google have launched major offensives. The company also got dinged for its relatively ...

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Snapchat revamp gets full-scale UK rollout

Image copyright Snapchat Image caption Snapchat’s new design was rolled out to UK users on Wednesday Snapchat has begun a full-scale rollout of the redesigned version of its app to UK-based users The revamp is intended to separate social interactions with friends from third-party content. The new design comes as ...

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