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PSA: Facebook is adding a change that is likely to drive a significant number of users slightly crazy: Auto-playing videos — with sound blaring. Here's how to fix it.

Hold up: The U.S. launch of a drug used elsewhere for decades to treat muscular dystrophy has been delayed after lawmakers questioned the dramatic price hike that came with its planned debut here.

Please explain: Lawmakers have given Yahoo until Feb. 23 to answer for the company’s actions related to its recent massive data breaches.

It's back: Verizon Wireless surprised customers by bringing back unlimited data — prompting T-Mobile to respond by boosting its own unlimited offering.

Listening in: A woman whose private phone call with an IRS agent was aired on Howard Stern’s radio show is now suing both the agency and the program claiming her privacy was invaded.

“Over time I think we will probably see a closer merger of biological intelligence and digital intelligence.” — Elon Musk, who believes humans will have to become more like cyborgs to remain relevant.

“It became clear that senior management’s hope was that the defective products would make their way through the marketplace without any major incidents of harm to consumers.” — Whistleblower’s lawsuit that claims a major baby formula company used defective packaging.
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