The best news stories of 2018

Hacking the entertainment wall: The top stories of 2017.

The year was filled with the most newsworthy revelations and revelations of 2017, but there were also a lot of fun stories to tell.

Read on to find out the top stories from 2017, including the most amazing revelations and the most interesting news stories from the year.

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The NSA: The story of the year The NSA revealed the existence of a backdoor in Apple’s iOS devices.

The leak was widely interpreted as an admission that the NSA was spying on users.

Apple has refused to reveal how the backdoor was found, but in a blog post published Monday, the company said that the spyware had been discovered after Apple notified Apple’s security researchers about it.

The news came just two weeks after Apple’s chief security officer admitted that the company had been hacked.

“In the past, we have said that we have never had access to data from our devices or servers without a warrant,” Tim Cook said in a statement.

“We have not shared with the public how we came to learn about this information or whether it has been shared with anyone other than the government.”

Apple said it had “received multiple requests for information from law enforcement” about the backdoor.

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The New York Times: The tale of the century The New Yorker is going big again with a story about the US government, with a new cover story on President Trump and a second story on WikiLeaks.

The Times is also celebrating the first anniversary of the New Yorker’s online subscription service, which launched in April.

“Today, the New York Time is an international, free-standing digital news enterprise with hundreds of millions of readers and subscribers, a rich history, and an extraordinary readership,” the Times said in its announcement.

“As we celebrate this milestone, we want to share a few more stories from this era.”

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The Associated Press: A look back at the year in tech The Associated House Press has been a favorite among tech writers, with the AP and USA Today covering the same issues for almost 20 years.

The AP, however, has never published a major story from its new digital division, The AP Digital News Unit.

The unit will publish stories on everything from tech to the world of sports.

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The Verge: The best stories of the week The Verge’s tech section is an indispensable resource for all tech journalists.

It’s filled with stories that get to the heart of the technology industry, from the biggest tech stories to the most unexpected tech news.

The site is a place where you can find all the latest tech news from Apple to Amazon to Google to the Guardian.

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The Next Web: The world’s most amazing apps The NextWeb has been around for over 20 years, but it’s never published an issue with more impact than this year’s app roundup.

The app roundup is a roundup of apps that are popular in different markets, with an emphasis on tech apps.

The best apps for your mobile devices come from over 130 different countries and more than 2,000 developers.

This year, NextWeb’s app selection was dominated by apps from countries with strong tech communities.

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TechCrunch: A place for tech journalists to talk about tech The TechCrunch podcast has been an indispensable source of information for the tech community, with tech writers and editors sharing the latest news and opinion on the latest topics.

Tech Crunch is now a standalone app with a curated list of the top TechCrunch articles published every week.

The podcast has grown to include an all-new podcast and features interviews from a wide range of industry leaders, including Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

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The Washington Post: The latest news about the government The Washington Times, the home of the Washington Post, is still a must-read for anyone interested in the workings of the government.

The paper has been covering the Trump administration for nearly a year, and this year the news was dominated with the release of Trump’s tax returns.

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The Huffington Post: A roundup of the hottest tech news on the internet The Huffington Pundit is the go-to destination for the hottest technology news on Facebook and Twitter, with its tech-focused articles covering everything from the latest social media trends to Apple’s latest wearable technology.

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The Wall Street Journal: The hottest tech stories of May The Wall St. Journal has been on a tear over the last several years, with numerous issues breaking through its covers.

One of the more important ones has been the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state.

The Journal covered the FBI investigation extensively, with several big stories that helped shape the public perception of Clinton.

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The Atlantic: The year’s best tech journalism A new cover of The Atlantic on the state of technology coverage was a huge hit.

The cover story, “Why We Should Stop Paying Attention to Technology,” explained why we should be paying attention to technology in a way that is relevant to our lives and our communities. 11.