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CME will launch a bitcoin futures exchange, Twitter says that anti-Muslim tweets retweeted by Trump are “permitted based on current media policy,” and Google makes a Raspberry Pi computer vision kit

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Twitter unveils new guidelines for verified accounts, Google Assistant gets updated with developer support for Spanish, Italian, and other languages, and Square Cash tests cryptocurrency

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Snap’s earnings, Waymo now offers free driverless car rides in Phoenix, & Uber’s CEO announces new “cultural norms”

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Apple’s Q4 earnings, YouTube Kids adds multiple profiles tailored to children’s ages & parental controls, and Qualcomm sues Apple after alleging that they breached a licensing contract

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Google’s first mobile chip is an image processor hidden inside the Pixel 2, Microsoft’s internal bug tracking database was hacked in 2013, & Google launches an Advanced Protection setting to further lock down accounts

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Twitter removes 200 Russia-linked accounts, Ikea buys TaskRabbit, & GoPro launches the Hero 6 Black & Fusion 360

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Apple switches search providers, a recap of Microsoft Ignite, & macOS High Sierra launches

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Microsoft Teams adds guest access, Google appeals its record EU antitrust fine, & Cruise announces its first mass-produced self-driving car in collaboration with GM

First look: Android Oreo

While many were gazing at the sun on Monday afternoon, Google took the opportunity to officially release the next version of Android: Oreo.

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Google brings six-second video features to mobile search, uses the solar eclipse to tease Android O, & Tencent’s earnings

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Several crowdfunding sites ban fundraising for the Charlottesville murder suspect, Facebook & Instagram get readability redesigns, & tech companies tell Supreme Court to protect cellphone data in a key case