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Unroll.me’s in damage control after selling data to Uber, Twitch launches Affiliate program to give creators more revenue opportunities, & LinkedIn hits 500M members

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Samsung forms partnership with Google Play Music, Waymo claims that Uber hid its ripped off self-driving technology, and ARM-based Windows 10 devices are on the way

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Intel cancels its Developers Forum, Google reaches settlement in Russia antitrust case, & Instagram lets you organize bookmarks into collections

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Lyft confirms $750M in new funding, Instagram Direct unites ephemeral & permanent messaging, & Google says its pay model prevents salary discrimination

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Google adds fact-checking to search & news, Uber denies Waymo theft claims, and the Department of Homeland Security drops its attempt to unmask @Alt_USCIS

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An Oath for AOL and Yahoo, Apple’s working on its own iPhone graphics chips, and the Trump administration cracks down on H-1B visa seekers

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Intel buying Mobileye for $15.3B, Yahoo CEO Mayer to get $23M in severance, & Pandora Premium prepares for launch

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Uber announces plans to release a diversity report, WhatsApp launches its own Snapchat Stories clone, & Snap Spectacles go on sale online

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Companies oppose Trump immigration order, Uber hires Mark Moore to develop flying cars, & Google and Facebook’s program to help French newsrooms combat “fake news”

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FCC stops nine companies from providing federally subsidized internet, Planet acquires Google’s Terra Bella satellite imaging division, & Snap files for IPO

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The tech industry reacts to Trump’s travel ban, Lyft surges in App Store, and Fitbit lays off six percent of its staff

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Google Voice gets first revamp in years, Sprint buys a third of TIDAL, and Samsung keeps the Note brand alive