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Trump reportedly told Tim Cook iPhones would be spared tariffs - CNET
Cell phones weren't on the list of Chinese goods facing 25 percent US tariffs.

Apple fined $6.8M in Australia after Error 53 problems - CNET
One undercover investigation and a year of court proceedings later, Australia takes an AU$9 million bite out of Apple.

An IBM computer debates humans -- and wins -- in a new, nuanced competition - CNET
Welcome to computational argumentation. IBM's Project Debater won a convincing victory in one debate but a human debater edged it out in another.

Ex-CIA employee charged in leak of classified hacking tools - CNET
Joshua Adam Schulte has been accused of leaking sensitive information to WikiLeaks.

Uber tests out new feature letting people wait for cheaper rides - Roadshow
The feature is currently being tested on Uber employees in San Francisco and Los Angeles, but may be rolling out to consumers soon.

WWE's Ronda Rousey experiment continues to pay off - CNET
Commentary: Rousey didn't win a championship at Sunday's Money In The Bank pay-per-view, but she continues to win over WWE fans.

Facebook, Apple and Microsoft among tech companies continuing to criticize Trump - CNET
Silicon Valley CEOs move past cybersecurity and taxes to comment on social issues like gay rights and immigration.

Microsoft takes a stand against ICE separating parents from children - CNET
The company said it was "proud" to supply technology to Immigration and Customs Enforcement -- which sparked anger online.

Fallout 76's beta will launch first on Xbox One - CNET
Here are a few more details about the upcoming beta.

Senate votes to reinstate penalties against Chinese telecom ZTE - CNET
Vote sets the stage for a fight with the White House.

Elon Musk warns employees about a saboteur in late-night email - Roadshow
The saboteur allegedly made off with vast amounts of Tesla data and altered the code of Tesla's in-house operating system in Fremont.

Norway tests two-seater electric plane - CNET
Passenger flights could start in 2025.

Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL: Rumored specs, price, release date - CNET
Will Google play catch-up -- or leapfrog the iPhone X?

AMC latest to cut ties with Chris Hardwick after abuse allegations - CNET
The show Talking With Chris Hardwick won't air for now, and he won't moderate panels at San Diego Comic-Con following charges of emotional and sexual abuse by an ex.

All 17 Jack-Jack powers in the Incredibles 2, explained - CNET
There are a lot...

ACLU wants Amazon to stop offering surveillance technology - CNET
Its message is loud and clear.

Emilia Clarke bids farewell to Game of Thrones: 'It's been a trip' - CNET
Park the dragons and straighten the bent knee. The smoldering khaleesi appears to be done filming her GoT scenes.

Roku reportedly plans Amazon Channels-like feature - CNET
Cutting out the middleman.

Google to patch Home and Chromecast bug that leaked your location - CNET
The company knows where your router is, and it was telling anyone who asked, a researcher found.

California lawmakers combine net neutrality bills - CNET
Democrats in California officially link two separate net neutrality bills days ahead of an important vote in the state assembly.

Apple will share your location with 911 responders (The 3:59, Ep. 415) - CNET
Apple's making it easier for emergency personnel to find you, JPEG has a potential successor and why net neutrality supports are cringing at AT&T-Time Warner.

Trump's Space Force gets galaxy-size roasting on Twitter - CNET
Star Wars, Star Trek and Spaceballs references are flying around Twitter at warp speed.

Small, efficient used cars are selling like crazy right now - Roadshow
Could this be a repeat of the market in 2008 when we saw record prices for crappy, yet efficient cars on the used market, or just a blip?

FTC reaches $11M settlement with get-rich-quick scammers targeting Amazon - CNET
Authorities said Adam and Christopher Bowser duped some prospective Amazon sellers for thousands of dollars each.

Supreme Court to hear Apple App Store antitrust arguments - CNET
The question is whether consumers can sue over commissions charged to developers.




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