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Facebook quietly hired Republican strategy firm Targeted Victory

Facebook is still reeling from the revelation that it hired an opposition research firm with close ties to the Republican party, but its relationship with Definers Public Affairs isn’t the company’s only recent contract work with deeply GOP-linked strategy firms. According to sources familiar with the project, Facebook also contracted ...

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Vertiv chosen to build Sunshine Coast subsea cable landing station

(Image: Sunshine Coast Council) Australia’s Sunshine Coast Council has announced that Vertiv will be building the AU$6.6 million cable landing station for the Sunshine Coast International Broadband Submarine Cable, which will connect to the Japan-Guam-Australia South (JGA-S) submarine cable. Vertiv won the tender to design and build the cable landing ...

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Slow iPhone sales? iPhone XR is our best-selling model, says Apple

Amid reports that consumers aren’t biting at Apple’s 2018 iPhones, an Apple exec reckons the cheaper iPhone XR is actually the company’s best-seller. The iPhone XR has been Apple’s “most popular iPhone each and every day since it became available”, Greg Joswiak, Apple vice president of product marketing, told ZDNet ...

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Anchor wants a future where everyone reads Squarespace ads

In the future, everyone will get Blue Apron ad copy. Meantime, Anchor’s helping users monetize their shows with Sponsorships, a new program designed to match podcasters with advertisers. The feature is pretty straightforward for anyone who’s ever attempted to make some money podcasting, but now it’s integrated into the site’s overall ...

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PNG sticks with Huawei for subsea cable: Report

(Image: Huawei Marine) Huawei will continue building out a submarine cable network interconnecting Papua New Guinea despite pressure from Australia, the United States, and Japan, according to a report by Reuters. The report said PNG’s Public Enterprise and State Investment Minister William Duma told Reuters that the nation had “an ...

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