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  • Apple fears U.S.-China trade war may lead to retaliation and shipping delaysVenture Beat
  • Pew Research shows fewer than 50 percent of Americans can tell the difference between fact and opinionThe Next Web
  • Facebook used AI for an eye-opening trickMIT Tech Review
  • Senate to reimpose sanctions on Chinese telecom ZTECNBC
  • By Pushing Your Location Straight to 911, iOS 12 Will Save LivesWired
  • Instagram will shame you when you've wasted too much time in the appMashable
  • Uber is experimenting with letting riders wait longer in exchange for cheaper faresQuartz
  • A robot just operated on a human eye for the first timefuturism
  • This app you’ve never heard of lets you watch shows and movies for free that aren’t even on NetflixBoy Genius Report
  • City has opened a lane specifically for people walking and textingBoy Genius Report
  • Facebook's screening for political ads is mistakenly blocking some news sitesCNBC
  • Elon Musk sends company email about 'extensive and damaging sabotage' by employeeCNBC
  • Like a rolling stone: A surveillance robot that can travel on any terrainNBC News
  • How Apple’s Tim Cook Became Tech’s Top DiplomatNew York Times
  • Fears mount over WhatsApp's role in spreading fake newsGuardian
  • Google Thinks It Can Predict When You Will DieVanity Fair
  • A Guide To Parental Controls For Kids' Tech UseNPR
  • People don’t trust social media -- that’s a growing problem for businessesCBS News
  • Snap CEO Evan Spiegel on Facebook imitations: 'The innovators win in the long run'CNBC
  • China could beat the US in a race to get solar power from highwaysBusiness Insider
  • Online Ads That Follow You Are Getting New ScrutinyWall Street Journal
  • Faked Video Could End Viral JusticeWired
  • From rust belt to robot belt: Turning AI into jobs in the US’s heartlandMIT Tech Review
  • Nintendo and Disney are creating a show dedicated to the Nintendo SwitchBusiness Insider
  • 40 percent have deleted a social media account in the past year due to privacy worriesCNBC
  • Microsoft acquires education start-up Flipgrid in latest challenge to GoogleCNBC
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: $CVX $AAPL $JD $MLNX $UL $PERY $CBS $DIS $BLK $Z $LUV $XRXCNBC
  • We’re seeing the greatest asset inflation bubble in 20 years, fund manager warnsCNBC
  • Calling 911? Your iPhone will be able to tell a first responder where you are.USA Today
  • Amazon is hawking bizarre conspiracy theory films by the likes of David Icke and Alex JonesBusiness Insider
  • The bigger Cryptocurrencies get, the worse they performReuters
  • Unilever says it won’t work with social media stars who buy followersCNBC
  • Cramer's game plan: With tariffs and rising rates raising uncertainty, it's time to be cautiousCNBC
  • Veteran tech investor sees record tech rally failingCNBC
  • Google places a $550 million bet on China's second-largest e-commerce playerCNBC
  • New electric scooters could be the sign of a coming boomThe Verge
  • Gaming addiction is now officially classified as a mental disorderABC News
  • Rebel developers are trying to cure our smartphone addiction — with an appWashington Post
  • Are travelers cooling to the sharing economy?USA Today
  • Goldman Co-Head Of Trading: I Am Worried The Market May "Break" And Not Snap BackZero Hedge
  • The Bull Market’s Next Test: Slower Earnings GrowthWall Street Journal
  • Video Game Addiction Tries to Move From Basement to Doctor’s OfficeNew York Times
  • Amazon Tightens Grip on a New Medium: Live Streams of Video GamesNew York Times
  • Watch a Tesla Model X zoom inside a Boring Company tunnelEngadget
  • Facebook will stop showing minors ads for gun accessoriesThe Verge
  • Fortnite’s celebrity tournament felt like a trial run for Epic’s grand e-sports ambitionsThe Verge
  • Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay vs. Google Pay: What's the best mobile payment service?CNET
  • Bizarre lunar anomaly suggests humans may have warmed the moonThe Next Web
  • Microsoft Is Fixing Office, But Not Fast EnoughWall Street Journal
  • Secure any WiFi connection with this portable VPN deviceMashable
  • Chinese tech giants help corner stores take a quantum leapAXIOS
  • Bitcoin Could Break the Internet, Central Banks' Overseer SaysBloomberg
  • Apple's new iPhone software lets you create an animated version of yourselfCNBC
  • Amazon's Whole Foods deal has sent some retailers into the waiting arms of GoogleCNBC
  • Police Use of Driver’s License Databases to Nab Crooks Spurs Privacy ConcernsWall Street Journal
  • Why people prefer messaging over Facebook for newsAXIOS
  • Whole Foods Is Sweetening Perks for Amazon Prime MembersWall Street Journal
  • Mary McCormack claims husband's Tesla Model S spontaneously burst into flames while he was driving in Los AngelesDaily Mail
  • Why does Trump hate on Jeff Bezos: is it about power or money?Guardian
  • Apple AirPods will soon let you hear conversations in noisy placesBusiness Insider
  • Voice-activated shopping ‘to be worth $40 billion in US by 2022’South China
  • 'Fortnite' on Switch still holds up against Xbox One X versionEngadget
  • Cyberpunk 2077 will include full nudity for a very important reasonPolygon
  • Forget the iPhone X, cheaper iPhones are on the wayBoy Genius Report
  • Instagram expects New York to house up to half its engineers — eventuallyCNBC
  • Netflix CEO Reed Hastings studied Amazon — then he won by running in the opposite directionCNBC
  • Elon Musk tells Tesla employees that 'radical improvements' are needed to hit quarterly targetsCNBC
  • Facebook’s new AI research is a real eye-openerTechCrunch
  • Why Dyson vacuums are so expensivere/code
  • How Fortnite trapped Sony, and what happens nextPolygon
  • Elizabeth Holmes of Theranos faces decades in prisonQuartz
  • Scandal-ridden Cambridge Analytica is gone but its staffers are hard at work againQuartz
  • Man Gets 20 Years in Jail for Trying to Steal a Domain Name at GunpointGizmodo
  • The Hidden Cost of Trying to Land Amazon’s HQ2Wall Street Journal
  • Chip Makers: We’ll End Up Paying Tariffs on Our Own GoodsWall Street Journal
  • 5 biggest risks of sharing your DNA with consumer genetic-testing companiesCNBC
  • ‘Dying at your desk is not a retirement plan’Washington Post
  • Yes, a 'Nerd' is a real job — at NetflixCNBC
  • My girlfriend and I fought zombies inside a local movie theater — and it could be the future of VRBusiness Insider
  • Breitbart traffic declines for seventh straight monthPolitico
  • Apple to Stick With Cheaper Screens as Consumers Balk at iPhone X Price TagWall Street Journal
  • Rise of the machines: has technology evolved beyond our control?Guardian
  • Lonely youth are turning to machines for companionship and supportSouth China
  • Can Verizon Build a Strong Brand From the Bones of Yahoo and AOL?Wired
  • The Onion is on a crusade against Mark Zuckerberg because it says Facebook is choking its trafficBusiness Insider
  • The case for breaking up GoogleBoston Globe
  • Bitcoin's Greater Fools Go Into HidingBloomberg
  • Google is still overwhelmingly white and male, diversity report showsCNBC
  • Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes and former president Balwani charged by feds with fraudCNBC
  • China: 'The US has launched a trade war'CNN
  • Apple is making iPhone notifications less annoying: Here's how they'll workCNBC
  • Apple announces multiyear content partnership with Oprah WinfreyCNBC
  • Look out, Facebook and Google: Amazon is becoming an advertising giantMarketwatch
  • Netflix is definitely not getting into gaming (but define 'gaming')The Next Web
  • This company tames killer robotsMIT Tech Review
  • Online shopping can be a minefield of scams. Here’s how to protect yourselfCNBC
  • A DNA testing start-up accidentally sent used kits filled with saliva to some customersCNBC
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: $QCOM $T $SD $AAPL $FOXA $ADBE $JBL $GOOS $CHTR $AVGO $K $FB $FNSRCNBC
  • X-ray vision will give soldiers super-hero ability to see through wallsThe Sun
  • 'Donkey Kong' comes to Nintendo Switch in its original arcade formMashable
  • Study: Violent Video Games Have No Impact On Players’ Behavior, AggressionStudy Finds
  • China wants to track every driver by putting RFID chips on car windshieldsBusiness Insider
  • People are turning away from Facebook for their newsCNBC
  • The Facebook executive handling the company’s public image is leavingQuartz
  • Here’s why people still crash with driver assistance systemsCNET
  • Comcast ditched its throttling system, but don't celebrate just yetThe Next Web
  • US warns of North Korea cyber campaign, days after historic summitCNN
  • Trump Shaping China Tariff List to Focus More on High TechBloomberg
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