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Reading tech stories can be boring but it's always good to stay informed. So here's Kunal Mishra's Stories You Skipped that brings to your inbox, tech stories that didn't get much traction.
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The not-so-popular but interesting side of a story that's been trending that week. (Under: the mainstream)
At least 3 interesting, useful or fascinating tech stories that didn't get much eyeballs. (Under: what you missed)
Cool to know things you can talk to your friends about, but nothing news. (Under: the non-news)
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Note: these aren't Stories You Skipped ones.
This World Emoji Day, let's see how emojis 👊 became racemojis 👊🏻👊🏼👊🏽👊🏾👊🏿?
Twitter hints it’s started working on a subscription based platform, which might solve the company’s revenue problems.
You give away so much of your personal data for free and Facebook earns massive profits off it. The Data Dividend Project pushes tech companies to pay to use or store your data. But is treating your-data-as-your-property the right approach?
An Analyst suggested Apple to buy DuckDuckGo, a privacy-focused search engine. Although, Apple most likely won’t buy DuckDuckGo, it might still be interested in creating a search engine.
Google wants to change a major part of web browsing by killing the URL, in parts though. After their first step was successful, here’s what they plan for the second step.