Gerry Smith / Bloomberg:BuzzFeed introduces curated “Outside Your Bubble” feature to help readers see what people outside their social media networks are saying about the news  —  Publisher will expose audience to opinions from across the web  —  News outlets seek out other viewpoints after surprise election
Shoshanna Solomon / The Times of Israel:Apple buys Israel's facial recognition firm RealFace - report  —  US giant acquires Tel Aviv-based Israeli cybertechnology startup for a couple of million dollars, Calcalist says  —  Apple Inc. has acquired Israel's Realface, a cybertechnology startup whose facial recognition technology can be used to authenticate users.
Adrienne LaFrance / The Atlantic:Mark Zuckerberg's lip service to journalism is not enough to sustain media amid Facebook's ad revenue siphoning and hands-off view of editorial responsibility  —  It's not that Mark Zuckerberg set out to dismantle the news business when he founded Facebook 13 years ago.
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Jason Koebler / motherboard:Nebraska state senator warns that Apple is opposing the state's proposed “right to repair” bill; similar bills are making their way through 7 other states  —  Apple is inventing new and interesting arguments to prevent you from fixing your iPhone: It's lobbying Nebraska lawmakers to kill …
Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge:How competition from T-Mobile forced bigger carriers to offer “unlimited” data plans again, and how those plans compare  —  It's been a weird week in the world of major cell providers.  After years of moving away from offering unlimited plans after the rise of data-hungry smartphones …
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