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[1]Play time: Computer-game tournaments go mainstream
[2]Letter from Alphabet: The e-mail Larry Page should have written to James Damore
[3]Code red: Why China’s AI push is worrying
[4]Education technology: Together, technology and teachers can revamp schools
[5]Edtech: Technology is transforming what happens when a child goes to school
[6]The algorithm kingdom: China may match or beat America in AI
[7]The Economist explains: How “fake news” could get even worse
[8]Get real: A reality check for virtual headsets
[9]Additive manufacturing: 3D printers start to build factories of the future
[10]Little green malware: Another malware attack stalks the world’s computers
[11]The next decade: The iPhone turns ten
[12]Creation stories: Fake news: you ain’t seen nothing yet
[13]Flicking the switch: Cisco adapts to the rise of cloud computing
[14]Hacking the hacks: Is Mexico’s government spying on its critics?
[15]Difference Engine: New technology is eroding your right to tinker with things you own
[16]Seeing is believing: Drones—what are they good for?
[17]Body language: How retailers are watching shoppers’ emotions
[18]Babbage: Podcast: Battle of the maps
[19]Technology governance: China’s new cyber-security law is worryingly vague
[20]Unshackled algorithms: Machine-learning promises to shake up large swathes of finance
[21]Babbage: Podcast: Anticipating terrorism
[22]Babbage: Podcast: Technology in 2050
[23]From blue-chip to chip blues: Embattled Toshiba tries to sell its flash-memory unit
[24]App wars: Tencent takes on Apple in China
[25]Hack me if you can: How governments in the Middle East snoop on human-rights activists

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