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New York Times - Technology

Star Technologist Who Crossed Google Sentenced to 18 Months in Prison

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For Robots, It's a Time to Shine (and Maybe Disinfect)

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Apple Replaces Phil Schiller as Its Top Marketing Executive

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A High-Tech Array of Travel Tools: 'Smart' Health Cards, Temperature-Reading Glasses and More

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Disney, Staggered by Pandemic, Sees a Streaming Boom -- The company lost $4.7 billion in the latest quarter, but also reported that Disney+ has about 60.5 million subscribers after nine months of operation. -- Brooks Barnes

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Google Faces European Inquiry Into Fitbit Acquisition -- Authorities are investigating how Google will use health and wellness data collected from Fitbit's fitness tracking devices. -- Adam Satariano

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Distilleries Raced to Make Hand Sanitizer for the Pandemic. No Longer. -- Even though coronavirus cases have surged again, craft distilleries say the business of making the disinfectant has become more difficult. -- Kellen Browning

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F.T.C. Investigating Twitter for Potential Privacy Violations -- The social media company said the agency was examining whether it had misused people's personal information to serve ads. -- Kate Conger

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TikTok, Trump and an Impulse to Act as C.E.O. to Corporate America -- The president's interventions in company dealings based on his own instincts are a departure from the arm's-length approach of predecessors of either party. -- Ana Swanson -- Michael D. Shear

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Facebook Bets Big on Future of N.Y.C., and Offices, With New Lease -- Despite the pandemic, the social media giant leased all the office space in the former main post office at Penn Station in Midtown. -- Matthew Haag

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Trump Reverses Course on TikTok, Opening Door to Microsoft Bid -- The president said he did not object to a potential acquisition of the Chinese-owned app, retreating from comments about banning the service. -- Ana Swanson -- Mike Isaac

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How TikTok's Owner Tried, and Failed, to Cross the U.S.-China Divide -- The founder of ByteDance, Zhang Yiming, dreamed of building a global tech company based in China. Then the geopolitical reality set in. -- Raymond Zhong

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With TikTok, 'Uncool' Microsoft Aims for the Love of Tweens -- Buying one of the largest and most influential social networks in the country could change the perception of the tech giant. -- Karen Weise

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