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Meitu Defends Selfie App Data Tracking
'Meitu's sole purpose for collecting the data is to optimize app performance,' the company told PCMag.

Americans Love Their Pirated Content
Most US consumers are aware that producing and sharing pirated content is illegal, but many don't care.

CRM Head-to-Head: Base vs. Zoho
Two top customer relationship management (CRM) platforms face off for business tech supremacy; only one emerges victorious.

Does Mark Zuckerberg Have Political Aspirations?
Maybe one day the media will be filled with references to President Zuckerberg.

Mark Zuckerberg Sues to Get People Off His Hawaiian Land
Land the Facebook CEO purchased isn't as secluded as he thought, and now he's suing to change that.

Improve Windows 10 Battery Life With New Power Slider
Microsoft is testing a feature allowing users to manually adjust performance to improve battery life.

Microsoft Targets Chrome Users With Windows 10 Pop-up Ad
Expect to see a pop-up advert for a Personal Shopping Assistant appearing above the Chrome icon.

Uber Will Pay $20M Over Misleading Claims to Drivers
The FTC settlement is the latest in a string of enforcement actions against the ride-hailing startup.

New US Executive Branch Websites to Force HTTPS
Starting this spring, all new .gov websites will be served to Web browsers with HTTPS automatically enabled.

Meitu App Makes You Look Like an Anime Character
Developer Zoë Quinn warned on Twitter, however, that the app has 'some VERY shady code in it.'