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Today’s top tech stories include Facebook’s new “fake news” provisions, a big internet speed boost for Xbox One and a slew of new functionality hits Google Home.
A power play is taking place between Samsung and Verizon over the Note 7. Is Samsung right for disabling the phone, or is Verizon right for preserving consumer choice? Also, Nokia quietly launches a phone. FitBit hopes to maintain support for Pebble products, and Apple
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