From its beginnings as a geeky tool designed to help individual users deal with an increasingly fragmented information stream, Twitter made the hashtag a new and powerful part of the world’s cultural, social and political vocabulary.
Given the circumstances, the practice isn’t legal — but it’s unlikely AT&T or Amazon will do anything about it.
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Does the Mohu Leaf 50 antenna really work — and how many channels can you really receive with it?
An option quietly rolled out by SiriusXM now allows customers to cancel their service by chatting with an agent.
Some customers who pay for HBO will get complimentary access to HBO Max when it launches in May. But not everyone qualifies.
There’s a simple way to avoid seeing new Twitter features and changes: Don’t use Twitter’s official apps.
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