The world’s biggest spice company is using AI to find new flavors – CNN

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As Long as Mark Zuckerberg Thinks Facebook Is the Internet, He’ll Never Be Sorry – Gizmodo

Photo: AP Happy Zuckerversary! Facebook officially turned 15-years-old on Monday, and its founder has blessed us with yet another blog post explaining how he sees his own creation in its terrible teens. After all this time, Mark Zuckerberg still either can’t or won’t accept that he runs a platform, not the internet. From the very…

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John Legere says ‘New T-Mobile’ prices will be ‘the same or better’ for 3 years after Sprint merger – 9to5Mac

As government officials continue review of T-Mobile’s proposed merger with Sprint, T-Mobile CEO John Legere today penned a letter to the FCC to address consumer concerns. In the letter, Legere pledges that “New T-Mobile” will not raise prices following its merger with Sprint. Sylvania HomeKit Light Strip Legere points out that critics of the merger…

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