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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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The Justice Department sues AT&T over its proposed merger with Time Warner, Uber will buy up to 24,000 self-driving SUVs from Volvo, Amazon Web Services launches a Secret Region for intelligence agencies, a look at the week ahead, and a whole lot more

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

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Microsoft & Amazon partner to integrate Alexa & Cortana, Uber confirms that Dara Khosrowshahi will be its next CEO, & Google announces three third-party speakers with Assistant integration

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Google gets fined by the European Commission, Facebook hits 2B users, and Pandora shuts down in Australia & New Zealand

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Mary Meeker and Hillary Clinton at the Code Conference, Oculus adds Chromecast support to Gear VR, and a Defense contractor left Pentagon files on public Amazon servers

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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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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