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01.28.16
Reddit starts testing its official Android app
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Reddit starts testing its official Android app

Sadly, you can't sign up for the closed beta anymore.

By M. Moon,   01.28.16
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01.23.16
Astronaut Scott Kelly hosts a Reddit Q&A from space at 4PM ET
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Astronaut Scott Kelly hosts a Reddit Q&A from space at 4PM ET

NASA's Space Station veteran wants you to ask him anything.

By J. Fingas,   01.23.16
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01.07.16
The Oculus Rift made you forget what the first iPhone cost
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The Oculus Rift made you forget what the first iPhone cost

Chill out: First-gen technology is always this expensive.

By S. Buckley,   01.07.16
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01.07.16
Oculus founder apologizes for how Rift pricing was handled
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Oculus founder apologizes for how Rift pricing was handled

Palmer Luckey admits he should've done a better job at setting expectations.

By N. Summers,   01.07.16
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01.06.16
Reddit published some of its best AMAs in a book
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Reddit published some of its best AMAs in a book

You, too, can own a hard copy of internet Q&A sessions.

By J. Fingas,   01.06.16
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11.14.15
Turkey blocks Reddit through its internet censorship law
11.14.15

Turkey blocks Reddit through its internet censorship law

Turkey is worried that Reddit is a bastion of porn... and political criticism.

By J. Fingas,   11.14.15
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11.11.15
Russia demands Twitter store user data within the country
11.11.15

Russia demands Twitter store user data within the country

Facebook is also facing fines and access denial under Russia's increasingly stringent internet regulations.

By A. Tarantola,   11.11.15
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10.26.15
SXSW cancels online harassment panel, because of harassment
10.26.15

SXSW cancels online harassment panel, because of harassment

South by Southwest decided to pull the plug on two panels over "numerous" threats of violence.

By T. Seppala,   10.26.15
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10.06.15
Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts an early Reddit video AMA
10.06.15

Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts an early Reddit video AMA

One of Reddit's first video AMAs stars Neil deGrasse Tyson, aka your personal astrophysicist.

By J. Fingas,   10.06.15
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