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  • Robot Trucks Coming To US Army in 2019Zero Hedge
  • DIY Robot Kits Make Learning Fun (But Don’t Tell Your Kids That)Wall Street Journal
  • To hold Facebook accountable, stop calling it a tech companyCNBC
  • Google image search makes Trump the world’s top idiot, but is it fair?South China
  • Amazon has explored getting into consumer health diagnostics — testing for disease at homeCNBC
  • Elon Musk tweets fans might see a Tesla pickup truck next yearCNBC
  • Treasury yields fall as Chinese data disappoints, traders look to Fed meetingCNBC
  • Why Apple Chose Austin, Seattle and Culver City for Its New Jobs PushWall Street Journal
  • Chinese Hackers Breach U.S. Navy ContractorsWall Street Journal
  • Facebook says a new bug allowed apps to access private photos of up to 6.8 million usersWashington Post
  • The surprising ways smartphones affect our brains and our livesNBC News
  • Would you buy a car from a Carvana vending machine? Here's how it works.USA Today
  • Android Phones Easily Broken Into By Using 3D-Printed Face, But iPhone Remained ImpenetrableInquisitr
  • Bitcoin slumps to $3,200 and is set for back-to-back losing weeksMarketwatch
  • Want to Launder Money? Try the Crypto ATM in Your Corner StoreBloomberg
  • Amazon has a problem with fake reviews — here's how holiday shoppers can avoid falling for themCNBC
  • The most influential analyst covering Apple just slashed his iPhone shipment estimate by 20 percentCNBC
  • Bitcoin Wasn’t a Bubble Until It WasWall Street Journal
  • Chase for Talent Pushes Tech Giants Far Beyond West CoastNew York Times
  • Yale's Stephen Roach questions why Huawei has been 'singled out' for sanctions violationCNBC
  • Bees that wear tiny sensor-filled backpacks could monitor farms all day longMIT Tech Review
  • All automated hiring software is prone to bias by defaultMIT Tech Review
  • Postmates reveals its cute, automated delivery robotMashable
  • Taylor Swift used facial recognition software to detect stalkers at LA concertGuardian
  • Waymo's self-driving cars have faced slashed tires, thrown rocksCBS News
  • Are scooters safe? Government scientists study health risks as scooters descend on citiesUSA Today
  • Ingestible robot can be monitored from outside body by BluetoothUPI
  • In France, School Lessons Ask: Which Twitter Post Should You Trust?New York Times
  • Researchers are turning bumblebees into live dronesCNBC
  • This Is Why You See Amazon Ads When You Search Google For "Williams Sonoma"Buzzfeed
  • Iran hackers hunt nuke workers, US officialsAssociated Press
  • The Making of a Computer-Generated InfluencerWall Street Journal
  • Why the Amazon Invasion in New York and Virginia Will Be SlowWall Street Journal
  • Apple threw shade on Amazon with the stealthy selection of its very own HQ2Business Insider
  • Apple’s ‘Netflix for Magazines’ Getting a Chilly ReceptionBloomberg
  • BMW and Porsche Just Beat Tesla to Three-Minute ChargeBloomberg
  • Facebook and Twitter apologise after mother who suffered a stillbirth is bombarded with baby adsTelegraph
  • California mulls texting fee to help poor people get phonesDaily Mail
  • 'They don't care': Facebook fact-checking in disarray as journalists push to cut tiesGuardian
  • Buyer beware: Is that free trial really free?CNBC
  • Apple to invest $1 billion in new Texas campusCNBC
  • Amazon isn't necessarily killing brick-and-mortar retail — it could be saving itBusiness Insider
  • Apple now has dozens of doctors on staff, showing it's serious about health techCNBC
  • Facial recognition tech spreads to car rentalsMashable
  • Austin is calling in the CDC to study the risks of scootersQuartz
  • What Google CEO Sundar Pichai’s visit to Congress taught us (spoiler: not a lot)MIT Tech Review
  • The scale of location tracking by our smartphone apps has been exposedMIT Tech Review
  • Amazon’s Holiday Toy Catalog Is Advertising Parents Actually WantWired
  • How Robo-Cars Handle the Frustratingly Human Act of MergingWired
  • Google Glass Wasn't a Failure. It Raised Crucial ConcernsWired
  • An Intel Breakthrough Rethinks How Chips Are MadeWired
  • Checking In? No Thanks. I'm Just Here to Use the Wi-Fi.New York Times
  • Apple Is Considering Moving iPhone Output If Tariffs Hit 25 PercentBloomberg
  • Fears over US military data in cloudBBC
  • Amazon aims at office workers with compact cashier-less food storeReuters
  • Google boss explains how search results work – and why Trump appearsThe Independent
  • Trump says would intervene in arrest of Chinese executiveReuters
  • Some freelance hackers get paid $500,000 a year to test defenses of companies like TeslaCNBC
  • Amazon is selling its own toys for the first timeBusiness Insider
  • Canada grants bail for arrested Huawei CFO who faces US extraditionCNBC
  • Democrats erupt into laughter after Google CEO has to explain to Rep. Steve King that the 'iPhone is made by a different company'Business Insider
  • Amazon Alexa can now help you monitor your blood pressureCNBC
  • Huawei arrest puts 'bullseye' on AppleBBC
  • Amazon delivery driver is caught stealing packages from home he delivered toDaily Mail
  • The action in Apple's stock tells you everything you need to know about this market, says Jim CramerCNBC
  • Apple vs Qualcomm: How can one US company block another in China?CNBC
  • Amazon's Homegrown Chips Threaten Silicon Valley Giant IntelNew York Times
  • Walmart is reportedly testing a burger-flipping robot as the company doubles down on automationBusiness Insider
  • Google gears up for congressional hearing with patriotic prepared remarksCNBC
  • Apple files appeal to overturn iPhone sales ban in ChinaCNBC
  • Popular apps like WeatherBug and GasBuddy are tracking your location with incredible detailCNBC
  • Google is shutting down its Plus social network sooner than expectedCNBC
  • Apple falls after Chinese court bans sale of most iPhonesCNBC
  • How to Stop Apps From Tracking Your LocationNew York Times
  • Amazon, Amid Crackdown on Seller Scams, Fires Employees Over Data LeakWall Street Journal
  • More than seven hours of screen time a day changes the structure of a child's brain, scientists claimTelegraph
  • Parents warned of dangers of YouTube after paedophiles target kidsMirror
  • Groundbreaking study examines effects of screen time on kidsCBS News
  • 'This game is like heroin:' Fortnite addiction sending kids to gaming rehabUSA Today
  • 90 percent political donations from big tech workers went to the DemocratsBusiness Insider
  • The next big risk to your privacy: Your child's video-game habitMarketwatch
  • 22-Year-Old Employee Found Dead at Google's NY OfficeHollywood Reporter
  • Stack my car, please, my good robotBoston Globe
  • Uber Is Said to File for an I.P.O. as It Races Lyft to a Public DebutNew York Times
  • Cisco warns staff against China travel after Huawei arrestSouth China
  • The dreaded open office is driving workers to do this ... the podMarketwatch
  • Apple buys Platoon, a start-up that helps indie musicians get discoveredCNBC
  • Apple and Alphabet erase their gains for the yearCNBC
  • Silicon Valley rep tries to bring tech jobs to small-town IowaAXIOS
  • A.I. as Talent Scout: Unorthodox Hires, and Maybe Lower PayNew York Times
  • Bitcoin Leads Cryptos to Lowest Since 2017 as Sell-off ResumesBloomberg
  • Apple Watch can now detect your irregular heart rhythms and other problems: Here's how it worksCNBC
  • Critics say cashless retailers penalize the poorCBS News
  • Fed up with Facebook, U.S. fund managers look for alternativesReuters
  • Retailers Embrace Payment Apps to Sidestep $90 Billion in Swipe FeesBloomberg
  • Bitcoin Derivatives That Cost $1 Million Will Soon Be WorthlessBloomberg
  • China Outraged At Arrest Of Huawei CFO, Warns It Will "Take All Measures"Zero Hedge
  • Sabrina Meng, Huawei CFO and Founder’s Daughter, Was Face of Secretive CompanyWall Street Journal
  • Huawei arrest puts trade war truce in doubtReuters
  • Facebook workers turn on Zuckerberg: CEO under pressure amid scandalDaily Mail
  • Facebook discussed cashing in on user data, emails suggestGuardian
  • Alphabet’s Wing spinoff is about to launch drone deliveries in FinlandMIT Tech Review
  • The problem with studies saying phones are bad for youThe Verge
  • California gives final approval to code requiring solar on new homesEngadget
  • The Best Home Wi-Fi SystemsWall Street Journal
  • Big tech has your kid’s data — and you probably gave it to themVOX
  • Microsoft will never shy away from providing AI-powered weapons to the US military: 'We at Microsoft have their back'Business Insider
  • Does Your Online M.B.A. Program Feel Too Remote? There’s a Bot For ThatWall Street Journal
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