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Social media played a big role in 2016, from President-Elect Donald Trump's tweeting to the spread of disinformation on the web to the constant rush of daily viral stories, both…

A slow tech movement

Social media played a big role in 2016, from President-Elect Donald Trump's tweeting to the spread of disinformation on the web to the constant rush of daily viral stories, both…

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Executive Tech Editor of the Huffington Post, Bianca Bosker, details what Apple's purchase of Beats might mean for the direction of the Silicon Valley company.

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Executive Tech Editor of the Huffington Post, Bianca Bosker, details what Apple's purchase of Beats might mean for the direction of the Silicon Valley company.

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