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There was a worldwide Facebook outage early Thursday, but be calm. It’s back. Although you already knew that. Addict.
Censorship complications: British Columbia court orders Google to block a group of sites worldwide.
Intel is introducing a voice-messaging app that includes avatars that mimic the sender’s expressions. Yes, that Intel.
Beats headphones banned on the sidelines at the World Cup because of a Sony sponsorship.
Fighting words: London deputy mayor slams Oracle in speech, says company needs to be taken down.
T-Mobile customers can listen to Spotify, Pandora, etc. without counting it toward their data use. Meanwhile, T-Mobile CEO reportedly said at a press event that AT&T and Verizon are “raping” their customers.
Box is back on track for an IPO, according to ReCode.
Oops! U.S. leaks names of potential bitcoin buyers in email meant to BCC them.
Photo of Beats headphones by Andrew Burton/Getty Images