The EU has effectively rejected demands from the United States that it ban Huawei and other Chinese companies from its 5G infrastructure.
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Microsoft has revealed that it will retire the ability to stream music from OneDrive to the Groove Music app in Windows 10.
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Twitter starts testing a new experience for sharing photos and videos on its mobile apps.
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