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  • 1/26   Press Review #tailored #audio
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 - Library News - Worcester Telegram   More Information - Phoenix Audio Technologies Partners with CCS Presentation Systems - Yahoo Finance   More Information - 2017 models of Mercedes-Benz GLA and Mercedes-Benz GLS arrive at Alfano Motorcars - Yahoo Finance   More Information - Grand Velas Los Cabos Hotel Opens in Mexico - Hotel News Resource (press release)   More Information - Could online tutors and artificial intelligence be the future of teaching? - gulfnews.com   More Information - Bleisure: Good For You. Good For Your Career. - Forbes   More Information - Improving Modern Business With Cloud Communications from MCK.com - Digital Journal   More Information - NetworkNewsWire Releases Exclusive Audio Interview with ... - Yahoo Sports   More Information - Even H1 Headphones - PC Magazine   More Information - Tech predictions that didn't quite pan out in 2016 -- but may still ... - BetaNews   More Information


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    - Library News - Worcester Telegram
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    - Phoenix Audio Technologies Partners with CCS Presentation Systems - Yahoo Finance
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    - 2017 models of Mercedes-Benz GLA and Mercedes-Benz GLS arrive at Alfano Motorcars - Yahoo Finance
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    - Grand Velas Los Cabos Hotel Opens in Mexico - Hotel News Resource (press release)
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    - Could online tutors and artificial intelligence be the future of teaching? - gulfnews.com
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    - Bleisure: Good For You. Good For Your Career. - Forbes
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    - Improving Modern Business With Cloud Communications from MCK.com - Digital Journal
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    - NetworkNewsWire Releases Exclusive Audio Interview with ... - Yahoo Sports
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    - Even H1 Headphones - PC Magazine
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  • 2/26   Amazon looks to the sky to store products

    (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has filed for a patent to use airships to store products and serve as a base for delivery-drones.

    (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc has filed for a patent to use airships to store products and serve as a base for delivery-drones.


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  • 3/26   Silicon Valley's obscure unicorns could boost 2017 IPO market

    Such firms are a "leading indicator" of broader investor demand for market debuts, said Justin Smolkin, head of Americas technology equity capital markets at UBS Group AG . "They tend to be viewed as cream of the crop, and where investors make the most money," he said.

    Such firms are a "leading indicator" of broader investor demand for market debuts, said Justin Smolkin, head of Americas technology equity capital markets at UBS Group AG . "They tend to be viewed as cream of the crop, and where investors make the most money," he said.


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  • 4/26   U.S. evicts Russians for spying, imposes sanctions after election hacks

    By Jeff Mason and Lesley Wroughton HONOLULU/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday ordered the expulsion of 35 Russian suspected spies and imposed sanctions on two Russian intelligence agencies over their involvement in hacking U.S. political groups in the 2016 presidential election. The measures, taken during the last days of Obama's presidency, mark a new post-Cold War low in U.S.-Russian ties and set up a potential flashpoint between incoming President-elect Donald Trump and fellow Republicans in Congress over how to deal with Moscow. Obama, a Democrat, had promised consequences after U.S. intelligence officials blamed Russia for hacks intended to influence the 2016 election.

    By Jeff Mason and Lesley Wroughton HONOLULU/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Thursday ordered the expulsion of 35 Russian suspected spies and imposed sanctions on two Russian intelligence agencies over their involvement in hacking U.S. political groups in the 2016 presidential election. The measures, taken during the last days of Obama's presidency, mark a new post-Cold War low in U.S.-Russian ties and set up a potential flashpoint between incoming President-elect Donald Trump and fellow Republicans in Congress over how to deal with Moscow. Obama, a Democrat, had promised consequences after U.S. intelligence officials blamed Russia for hacks intended to influence the 2016 election.


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  • 5/26   Battered Toshiba out of easy options to plug nuclear hole

    By Makiko Yamazaki and Taro Fuse TOKYO (Reuters) - Faced with the prospect of a multi-billion-dollar writedown that could wipe out its shareholders' equity, Japan's Toshiba is running out of fixes: it is burning cash, cannot issue shares and has few easy assets left to sell. The Tokyo-based conglomerate, which is still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal in 2015, dismayed investors and lenders again this week by announcing that cost overruns at a U.S. nuclear business bought only last year meant it could now face a crippling charge against profit. Toshiba says it will be weeks before it can give a final number, but a writedown of the scale expected - as much as 500 billion yen ($4.3 billion), according to one source close to Toshiba - would leave the group scrambling to plug the financial hole and keep up hefty investments in the competitive memory chip industry, which generates the bulk of its operating profit.

    By Makiko Yamazaki and Taro Fuse TOKYO (Reuters) - Faced with the prospect of a multi-billion-dollar writedown that could wipe out its shareholders' equity, Japan's Toshiba is running out of fixes: it is burning cash, cannot issue shares and has few easy assets left to sell. The Tokyo-based conglomerate, which is still recovering from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal in 2015, dismayed investors and lenders again this week by announcing that cost overruns at a U.S. nuclear business bought only last year meant it could now face a crippling charge against profit. Toshiba says it will be weeks before it can give a final number, but a writedown of the scale expected - as much as 500 billion yen ($4.3 billion), according to one source close to Toshiba - would leave the group scrambling to plug the financial hole and keep up hefty investments in the competitive memory chip industry, which generates the bulk of its operating profit.


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  • 6/26   China's Huawei sees slower revenue growth for 2016

    China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], one of the world's largest telecom equipment makers, said on Friday it expects 2016 revenue growth to slow slightly to 32 percent and forecast greater uncertainties next year. The Shenzhen-based company, which competes with Sweden's Ericsson for the top spot in the global market for telecoms equipment, sees 2016 revenue hitting 520 billion yuan ($74.8 billion), said Eric Xu, Huawei's rotating chief executive. The expected growth rate for this year represents a slowdown from the 35 percent rate posted in 2015 and the company said it would face greater global political and economic uncertainties in 2017.

    China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd [HWT.UL], one of the world's largest telecom equipment makers, said on Friday it expects 2016 revenue growth to slow slightly to 32 percent and forecast greater uncertainties next year. The Shenzhen-based company, which competes with Sweden's Ericsson for the top spot in the global market for telecoms equipment, sees 2016 revenue hitting 520 billion yuan ($74.8 billion), said Eric Xu, Huawei's rotating chief executive. The expected growth rate for this year represents a slowdown from the 35 percent rate posted in 2015 and the company said it would face greater global political and economic uncertainties in 2017.


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  • 7/26   Sprint, OneWeb say 8,000 jobs announced by Trump are part of SoftBank pledge

    By Richard Cowan PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday said telecommunications group Sprint Corp and a U.S. satellite company OneWeb will bring 8,000 jobs to the United States, and the companies said the positions were part of a previously disclosed pledge by Japan's SoftBank Group Corp. SoftBank holds stakes in both companies and its chief, billionaire businessman Masayoshi Son, earlier in December said he would invest $50 billion in the United States and create 50,000 jobs. Sprint in January said it had cut 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to cut $2.5 billion in costs.

    By Richard Cowan PALM BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday said telecommunications group Sprint Corp and a U.S. satellite company OneWeb will bring 8,000 jobs to the United States, and the companies said the positions were part of a previously disclosed pledge by Japan's SoftBank Group Corp. SoftBank holds stakes in both companies and its chief, billionaire businessman Masayoshi Son, earlier in December said he would invest $50 billion in the United States and create 50,000 jobs. Sprint in January said it had cut 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to cut $2.5 billion in costs.


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  • 8/26   Amazon is putting ‘thousands’ of digital items on sale December 30th

    Tomorrow, Amazon is holding its first-ever “Digital Day,” a 24-hour period of steep markdowns on apps, games, music, TV shows, movies, ebooks, comics, and other digital content. The company has set up a teaser page revealing some of what will be on sale, including temporary savings on a subscription to Amazon’s Spotify competitor, Amazon Music Unlimited. “Enjoy up to 80 percent off hundreds of video game titles, 50 percent off on top movies and TV shows, 75 percent off on hundreds of digital comics, and other great deals on popular content for your devices,” the page reads.

    Tomorrow, Amazon is holding its first-ever “Digital Day,” a 24-hour period of steep markdowns on apps, games, music, TV shows, movies, ebooks, comics, and other digital content. The company has set up a teaser page revealing some of what will be on sale, including temporary savings on a subscription to Amazon’s Spotify competitor, Amazon Music Unlimited. “Enjoy up to 80 percent off hundreds of video game titles, 50 percent off on top movies and TV shows, 75 percent off on hundreds of digital comics, and other great deals on popular content for your devices,” the page reads.


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  • 9/26   Amazon is putting ‘thousands’ of digital items on sale December 30th

    Tomorrow, Amazon is holding its first-ever “Digital Day,” a 24-hour period of steep markdowns on apps, games, music, TV shows, movies, ebooks, comics, and other digital content. The company has set up a teaser page revealing some of what will be on sale, including temporary savings on a subscription to Amazon’s Spotify competitor, Amazon Music Unlimited. “Enjoy up to 80 percent off hundreds of video game titles, 50 percent off on top movies and TV shows, 75 percent off on hundreds of digital comics, and other great deals on popular content for your devices,” the page reads.

    Tomorrow, Amazon is holding its first-ever “Digital Day,” a 24-hour period of steep markdowns on apps, games, music, TV shows, movies, ebooks, comics, and other digital content. The company has set up a teaser page revealing some of what will be on sale, including temporary savings on a subscription to Amazon’s Spotify competitor, Amazon Music Unlimited. “Enjoy up to 80 percent off hundreds of video game titles, 50 percent off on top movies and TV shows, 75 percent off on hundreds of digital comics, and other great deals on popular content for your devices,” the page reads.


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  • 10/26   Watch astronauts win the Mannequin Challenge on the International Space Station

    The Mannequin Challenge had school kids, athletes, and presidential candidates posing like mannequins for the camera — and now it’s in space. Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut currently aboard the International Space Station, posted a video today, showing five of the six crew members performing the challenge.

    The Mannequin Challenge had school kids, athletes, and presidential candidates posing like mannequins for the camera — and now it’s in space. Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut currently aboard the International Space Station, posted a video today, showing five of the six crew members performing the challenge.


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  • 11/26   Watch astronauts win the Mannequin Challenge on the International Space Station

    The Mannequin Challenge had school kids, athletes, and presidential candidates posing like mannequins for the camera — and now it’s in space. Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut currently aboard the International Space Station, posted a video today, showing five of the six crew members performing the challenge.

    The Mannequin Challenge had school kids, athletes, and presidential candidates posing like mannequins for the camera — and now it’s in space. Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut currently aboard the International Space Station, posted a video today, showing five of the six crew members performing the challenge.


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  • 12/26   Humanoid robot Pepper is amusing, but is it practical?

    While merrily chirping, dancing and posing for selfies, a robot named Pepper looks like another expensive toy at a San Francisco mall. But don't dismiss it as mere child's play. Pepper embodies the ambitions ...

    While merrily chirping, dancing and posing for selfies, a robot named Pepper looks like another expensive toy at a San Francisco mall. But don't dismiss it as mere child's play. Pepper embodies the ambitions ...


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  • 13/26   End-of-the-year cleanup checklist for Macs

    Get your Mac ready for 2017 with this easy to follow, itemized guide of important steps to keep your Mac running smoothly into the new year.

    Get your Mac ready for 2017 with this easy to follow, itemized guide of important steps to keep your Mac running smoothly into the new year.


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  • 14/26   AP Explains: Did Trump just create 8,000 jobs?

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump gave himself kudos for the creation of 8,000 new U.S. jobs by a Japanese tech mogul, saying it was proof of "the spirit and the hope" stirred by his presidential win.

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump gave himself kudos for the creation of 8,000 new U.S. jobs by a Japanese tech mogul, saying it was proof of "the spirit and the hope" stirred by his presidential win.


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  • 15/26   Noah Hits 240 Green Lights is a beautiful short film so I don’t really care if it’s fake

    On December 6th, Uber driver Noah Forman claims he drove from Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem to Washington Square Park in downtown Manhattan, then back up to 59th street, across to Second Avenue, and back downtown to the Bowery at Prince Street before hitting a single red light. Forman told The New York Daily News that his personal best before that night was 186 green lights. All of these things seem nearly impossible — the 186 green lights, the 240 green lights, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue during holiday tourist season, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue given the fact that it is home to a president-elect who does not count his home city’s drivability among his very few concerns.

    On December 6th, Uber driver Noah Forman claims he drove from Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem to Washington Square Park in downtown Manhattan, then back up to 59th street, across to Second Avenue, and back downtown to the Bowery at Prince Street before hitting a single red light. Forman told The New York Daily News that his personal best before that night was 186 green lights. All of these things seem nearly impossible — the 186 green lights, the 240 green lights, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue during holiday tourist season, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue given the fact that it is home to a president-elect who does not count his home city’s drivability among his very few concerns.


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  • 16/26   Noah Hits 240 Green Lights is a beautiful short film so I don’t really care if it’s fake

    On December 6th, Uber driver Noah Forman claims he drove from Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem to Washington Square Park in downtown Manhattan, then back up to 59th street, across to Second Avenue, and back downtown to the Bowery at Prince Street before hitting a single red light. Forman told The New York Daily News that his personal best before that night was 186 green lights. All of these things seem nearly impossible — the 186 green lights, the 240 green lights, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue during holiday tourist season, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue given the fact that it is home to a president-elect who does not count his home city’s drivability among his very few concerns.

    On December 6th, Uber driver Noah Forman claims he drove from Marcus Garvey Park in Harlem to Washington Square Park in downtown Manhattan, then back up to 59th street, across to Second Avenue, and back downtown to the Bowery at Prince Street before hitting a single red light. Forman told The New York Daily News that his personal best before that night was 186 green lights. All of these things seem nearly impossible — the 186 green lights, the 240 green lights, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue during holiday tourist season, the decision to drive a car down Fifth Avenue given the fact that it is home to a president-elect who does not count his home city’s drivability among his very few concerns.


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  • 17/26   AP Explains: How Amazon Echo listens and what it stores

    NEW YORK (AP) — Can Amazon's Echo speaker really be a witness to a murder?

    NEW YORK (AP) — Can Amazon's Echo speaker really be a witness to a murder?


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  • 18/26   We can’t expect virtual reality to make us better people online

    Last week, I got to chat with Epic CEO Tim Sweeney, one of the virtual reality gaming industry’s most prominent figures. Like many others, Sweeney believes that VR has the potential to transform how we interact online, especially as more sophisticated tracking systems translate body language, facial expressions, and other details into digital worlds. More specifically, he thinks virtual reality could make us treat each other better there.

    Last week, I got to chat with Epic CEO Tim Sweeney, one of the virtual reality gaming industry’s most prominent figures. Like many others, Sweeney believes that VR has the potential to transform how we interact online, especially as more sophisticated tracking systems translate body language, facial expressions, and other details into digital worlds. More specifically, he thinks virtual reality could make us treat each other better there.


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  • 19/26   We can’t expect virtual reality to make us better people online

    Last week, I got to chat with Epic CEO Tim Sweeney, one of the virtual reality gaming industry’s most prominent figures. Like many others, Sweeney believes that VR has the potential to transform how we interact online, especially as more sophisticated tracking systems translate body language, facial expressions, and other details into digital worlds. More specifically, he thinks virtual reality could make us treat each other better there.

    Last week, I got to chat with Epic CEO Tim Sweeney, one of the virtual reality gaming industry’s most prominent figures. Like many others, Sweeney believes that VR has the potential to transform how we interact online, especially as more sophisticated tracking systems translate body language, facial expressions, and other details into digital worlds. More specifically, he thinks virtual reality could make us treat each other better there.


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  • 20/26   DirecTV Now's $35, 100-channel plan will jump to $60 on January 9th

    DirecTV Now’s limited-time introductory $35-per-month subscription deal is going away early next month. If you do start a DirecTV Now subscription by the 9th, you’ll be able to continue paying that $35 each month without being switched to the more expensive subscription plan. The DirecTV Now website plainly states that this “offer rate may increase,” and AT&T executives have already admitted that the service’s pricing structure is likely to rise in the future to account for the costs of signing deals with cable channels.

    DirecTV Now’s limited-time introductory $35-per-month subscription deal is going away early next month. If you do start a DirecTV Now subscription by the 9th, you’ll be able to continue paying that $35 each month without being switched to the more expensive subscription plan. The DirecTV Now website plainly states that this “offer rate may increase,” and AT&T executives have already admitted that the service’s pricing structure is likely to rise in the future to account for the costs of signing deals with cable channels.


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  • 21/26   DirecTV Now's $35, 100-channel plan will jump to $60 on January 9th

    DirecTV Now’s limited-time introductory $35-per-month subscription deal is going away early next month. If you do start a DirecTV Now subscription by the 9th, you’ll be able to continue paying that $35 each month without being switched to the more expensive subscription plan. The DirecTV Now website plainly states that this “offer rate may increase,” and AT&T executives have already admitted that the service’s pricing structure is likely to rise in the future to account for the costs of signing deals with cable channels.

    DirecTV Now’s limited-time introductory $35-per-month subscription deal is going away early next month. If you do start a DirecTV Now subscription by the 9th, you’ll be able to continue paying that $35 each month without being switched to the more expensive subscription plan. The DirecTV Now website plainly states that this “offer rate may increase,” and AT&T executives have already admitted that the service’s pricing structure is likely to rise in the future to account for the costs of signing deals with cable channels.


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  • 22/26   Study: Ad-tech use shines light on fringe, fake news sites

    NEW YORK (AP) — What distinguishes mainstream news sites from those devoted to fake news or other hyper-partisan takes on events? It's not just the stories they run, but also the way they use online technology that tracks readers and shows them ads, according to a new study by a web analytics firm.

    NEW YORK (AP) — What distinguishes mainstream news sites from those devoted to fake news or other hyper-partisan takes on events? It's not just the stories they run, but also the way they use online technology that tracks readers and shows them ads, according to a new study by a web analytics firm.


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  • 23/26   Teens are vaping more than ever, and not just nicotine

    Vaping is more popular with teens than ever, with more than one-third of high school students reporting having tried e-cigarettes. To evaluate e-cig use, the CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration poured through surveys filled out by 17,000 middle and high school students across the US in 2015. About 38 percent of high school students and 13 percent of middle school students reported that they’ve tried e-cigarettes.

    Vaping is more popular with teens than ever, with more than one-third of high school students reporting having tried e-cigarettes. To evaluate e-cig use, the CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration poured through surveys filled out by 17,000 middle and high school students across the US in 2015. About 38 percent of high school students and 13 percent of middle school students reported that they’ve tried e-cigarettes.


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  • 24/26   Teens are vaping more than ever, and not just nicotine

    Vaping is more popular with teens than ever, with more than one-third of high school students reporting having tried e-cigarettes. To evaluate e-cig use, the CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration poured through surveys filled out by 17,000 middle and high school students across the US in 2015. About 38 percent of high school students and 13 percent of middle school students reported that they’ve tried e-cigarettes.

    Vaping is more popular with teens than ever, with more than one-third of high school students reporting having tried e-cigarettes. To evaluate e-cig use, the CDC and the US Food and Drug Administration poured through surveys filled out by 17,000 middle and high school students across the US in 2015. About 38 percent of high school students and 13 percent of middle school students reported that they’ve tried e-cigarettes.


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  • 25/26   Twitter wants to make tweets editable, but it’s complicated

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is polling Twitter users on what features they’d like to see from the company in 2017. Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what's the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017? Anyway, the obvious thing people are asking for is the ability to edit tweets, and Jack wants to give them that power, too.

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is polling Twitter users on what features they’d like to see from the company in 2017. Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what's the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017? Anyway, the obvious thing people are asking for is the ability to edit tweets, and Jack wants to give them that power, too.


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  • 26/26   Twitter wants to make tweets editable, but it’s complicated

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is polling Twitter users on what features they’d like to see from the company in 2017. Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what's the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017? Anyway, the obvious thing people are asking for is the ability to edit tweets, and Jack wants to give them that power, too.

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is polling Twitter users on what features they’d like to see from the company in 2017. Following in the footsteps of Brian Chesky: what's the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017? Anyway, the obvious thing people are asking for is the ability to edit tweets, and Jack wants to give them that power, too.


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