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  • Tesla is taking direct aim at Uber and Lyft with plans to roll out 1 million robo-taxis by next yearBusiness Insider
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  • Why Companies Are Failing at ReskillingWall Street Journal
  • Advertisers are calling on Facebook and Google to clean up their act or risk losing billionsCNBC
  • U.S. intelligence says Huawei funded by Chinese state securityReuters
  • Facebook Bans Far-Right GroupsInquisitr
  • ‘Putin Has Won’: Mueller Report Details the Ways Russia Interfered in the 2016 ElectionWall Street Journal
  • Mueller’s Reminder That Silicon Valley Isn’t Ready for the Next ElectionBloomberg
  • The Backyard of the Future: Smart Tech Moves OutsideWall Street Journal
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Samsung's $2,000 folding phone is breaking for some users after two daysCNBC
  • Facebook says it 'unintentionally uploaded' 1.5 million people's email contacts without their consentBusiness Insider
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  • Apple in talks with potential suppliers of sensors for self-driving carsReuters
  • Mark Zuckerberg leveraged user data to fight rivals and help friends, internal documents showNBC News
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  • Amazon is being flooded by fake 5-star reviewsBusiness Insider
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  • EU approves tougher EU copyright rules in blow to Google, FacebookReuters
  • After second recall, Toyota Prius electrical system is still overheatingLA Times
  • World’s biggest airplane takes flight for the first time everThe Verge
  • Tracking Phones, Google Is a Dragnet for the PoliceNew York Times
  • Uber unveils IPO with warning it may never make a profitReuters
  • Pete Buttigieg Revived South Bend With Tech. Up Next: AmericaWired
  • Kids Love These YouTube Channels. Who Creates Them Is a Mystery.Wall Street Journal
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Amazon Workers Are Listening to What You Tell AlexaBloomberg
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  • Uber Seeks About $10 Billion in Year’s Biggest IPOBloomberg
  • Apple downgraded by HSBC to sell rating on concern about new services: 'Too late to the game'CNBC
  • Walmart is doubling down on robot janitorsCNN
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Google just beat Amazon to launching one of the first ever drone delivery servicesBusiness Insider
  • China wants to ban bitcoin miningReuters
  • There were a ton of big analyst calls about major stocks on Monday. Here are the highlightsCNBC
  • Plan to penalize Facebook and Google for harmful online contentWashington Post
  • Expected Earnings Pullback Sets Up Big Test for Bull MarketWall Street Journal
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • 10 things you need to know before the opening bellBusiness Insider
  • Fake news will be almost impossible to discern once artificial intelligence ramps upMarketwatch
  • Robots invade foodie San Francisco, promising low prices, tasty meals and cheap laborUSA Today
  • Low-paid, in-debt millennials must now compete with robots for jobsAXIOS
  • Amazon plans to launch a massive constellation of more than 3,000 internet satellitesMIT Tech Review
  • The Battle for the Last Unconquered Screen—The One in Your CarWall Street Journal
  • ‘How is this possible?’ Analysts puzzle over stock market’s rally amid equity-fund exodusMarketwatch
  • First-quarter earnings are expected to be lousyCNBC
  • Jeff Bezos keeps Amazon voting power in divorce settlementReuters
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: Boeing, Tesla, JP Morgan, Netflix, Disney and moreCNBC
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Elite U.S. school MIT cuts ties with Chinese tech firms Huawei, ZTEReuters
  • Facebook-Streamed Violence Banned Under New LawBloomberg
  • Millions of Facebook Records Found on Amazon Cloud ServersBloomberg
  • Sky-high IPO valuations inspire housing crisis flashbacksAXIOS
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  • YouTube Executives Ignored Warnings, Letting Toxic Videos Run RampantBloomberg
  • MIT and NASA created a futuristic ultra-flexible airplane wing that could change the way we flyBusiness Insider
  • Changes to H-1B visa lottery create 'stress' for tech companies and employeesCNBC
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarketCNBC
  • Facebook Is Pulling The Curtain Back On How It Organizes The Posts In Your News FeedBuzzfeed
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  • Facebook removes pages linked to India's opposition party ahead of electionReuters
  • Saudis accessed Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' phone and gained private data, security chief saysCNBC
  • Bezos's Security Consultant Accuses Saudis of Hacking the Amazon C.E.O.'s PhoneNew York Times
  • Zuckerberg Calls for New Global Internet RegulationsCNBC
  • Your Drone-Delivered Coffee Is (Almost) HereWall Street Journal
  • Apple cancels AirPower, the wireless charging pad it announced over a year agoCNBC
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: CarMax, BlackBerry, GM, Wells Fargo and moreCNBC
  • Rebooting high school: A movement to prepare students for the future of workAXIOS
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Twitter wants to label tweets from public figures that break its rules — and even Trump could be named and shamedBusiness Insider
  • When This Insane Monetary Experiment Ends You Will Have Zero Chance To ExitZero Hedge
  • How 5G Will Transform the Way We Live and WorkBloomberg
  • Watch this gigantic bird-like robot load boxes onto a conveyor beltCNBC
  • Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: FedEx, Monster Beverage, Micron and moreCNBC
  • US government sues Facebook over discriminatory advertising practicesRaw Story
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  • 10 things you need to know before the opening bellBusiness Insider
  • Zuckerberg knows more about what people want to do online than anyone in the worldCNBC
  • Facebook bans white nationalism from platform after pressure from civil rights groupsNBC News
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Nearly all Bitcoin trades are fake, apparentlyMIT Tech Review
  • Drones are flying blood at a North Carolina hospitalUSA Today
  • Europe Adopts Tough New Online Copyright Rules Over Tech Industry ProtestsNew York Times
  • Twitter users are getting locked out of their accounts because of a viral prankBusiness Insider
  • Bank of America tech chief is skeptical on blockchain even though BofA has the most patents for itCNBC
  • Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: McDonald's, Facebook, Mastercard, Tesla, Nike and moreCNBC
  • Calls of the day: Nvidia, Bed, Bath, and Beyond and moreCNBC
  • Wall Street calls Apple event a dud: 'Expect the focus to return to the slowing iPhone business'CNBC
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Apple's big services announcement was strangely lacking in critical detailsCNBC
  • Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: Tesla, O'Reilly Automotive, Fox, and moreCNBC
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • What If Instead of Taking the SAT You Got to Play a Video Game?Bloomberg
  • With the iPhone Sputtering, Apple Bets Its Future on TV and NewsWall Street Journal
  • Pinterest files for IPONY Post
  • China’s Hydrogen Economy Is ComingBloomberg
  • These cell-inspired robots can swarm together to move toward the lightMIT Tech Review
  • Majority of bitcoin trading is a hoax, new study findsCNBC
  • Facebook crumbles around its lonely kingMarketwatch
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  • Facebook employees had access to millions of user passwordsCNBC
  • Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: Biogen, Apple, Micron, and moreCNBC
  • 10 things in tech you need to know todayBusiness Insider
  • Facebook rejects putting time delay on live videos after New Zealand mosque shootingsBusiness Insider
  • How Companies Learned to Stop Fearing Trump's Twitter WrathNew York Times
  • Amazon is blocking ads for unprofitable products as part of a plan to bolster its bottom lineCNBC
  • A growing list of companies from FedEx to BMW are warning about the world economyCNBC
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