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Smerconish takes on Limbaugh's legacy

CNN's Michael Smerconish looks at the complicated legacy of late talk radio host Rush Limbaugh. Smerconish points out Limbaugh was a gifted showman but unfortunately enabled those with microphones to supplant traditional political leadership.

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You can pay for parking in Google Maps now

Google Maps can already tell you which train to take or map out an optimal driving route. Now, it's simplifying travel even more by letting users pay for parking or public transportation right from their phones.

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The reason why GameStop stock is surging

GameStop is expected to lose money this year and next year. Sales growth is sluggish as fewer gamers need to go to stores -- or even shop online -- when they can download new titles directly from their consoles, PCs, phones or tablets. So why are shares of the video game retailer up more than 425% so far in 2021, including a 60% surge Monday?

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The Capitol attack was White supremacy, plain and simple

How in the world do scores of seditious rioters simply waltz into the United States Capitol, so casually that many of them record their invasion on their phones and take selfies with cops? How do they scale the walls and push through the doors and scatter the police and not get forcibly stopped by whatever means necessary? How does anyone breach the House speaker's office and relax in her chair as if he owned the place?

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Here are some of the amazing things that happened on Zoom this year

This year may not have turned out the way any of us had anticipated because of the coronavirus pandemic. But even though trips were canceled, events were postponed and many of us spent our days inside our homes, memories were still made -- just through computer screens and cellphones.

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The gadgets and tech that got us through 2020

Smartphones, laptops and gaming consoles remain at the top of holiday wish lists, but this year we at CNN Business are reflecting on the tech, services and apps that truly made a big impact on our everyday lives.

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Apple to pay $113 million over slowing iPhones

Apple has agreed to pay millions of dollars to 34 states over its controversial previous practice of deliberately slowing down older iPhones to extend their battery life.

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Opinion: Remember these words on Election Day

We the people of the United States, tired and anxious, checking our phones too much, noticeably older than we were eight months ago, will choose a president on Tuesday. First light will cross the horizon at 6:13 a.m. Eastern at Cadillac Mountain, Maine, and will proceed westward, illuminating Democrats and Republicans alike.

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