BREAKING NEWS: John Duarte Settles TODAY Prior to Court Proceedings

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Northern California farmer John Duarte spent years fighting the federal government after being fined for routine plowing on his wheat field which included protected wetlands. He attracted a nationwide army of conservative supporters who saw it as government overreach and hoped the Trump administration would order federal officials to back off. But just before his […]

Google’s Gboard Android App Now Lets You Send Bitmoji, Branded Stickers

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Google released the latest version of its Gboard keyboard application on Android devices, allowing users to share Bitmoji and branded stickers in messaging apps or “any app that supports image pasting.” With this update, users can download third-party sticker packs and/or the Bitmoji app from the Google Play store, and then send those stickers and […]

Facebook on Hurricane Harvey Fundraising Efforts: $10 Million and Counting

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Facebook announced Thursday that its community has helped raise more than $10 million to aid victims of Hurricane Harvey. The social network pledged earlier this week to match every dollar raised on Facebook, up to $1 million, for the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fund, which is earmarked to support recovery and rebuilding […]