Just how much wealth has been created by Uber's IPO? We also learn more about Jeff Bezos' plans to send us all into space and why Facebook is trying to get a six-legged robot to teach itself to walk.
This week's major tech stories include new Intel chips in Macbooks, Qualcomm's monopoly ruling and new portable game console from iOS software vets, Panic.
At just a year old, the General Data Protection Regulation has already forced big tech firms to make significant changes to their privacy policies. And its real effects are still to come.
Just two weeks after the ride-hailing company went public, its board is getting a shakeup.
And you thought Congress was bad. Apparently Democrats and Republicans on the FTC can't agree on a potentially $5 billion deal over Facebook's privacy breaches.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly looking into whether the company properly disclosed potential problems with the plane.
The ride-hailing company brings in new blood from Google and Facebook.
The speaker of the house appears to slur her words in a speech about Donald Trump.
The Chinese company reportedly had the name trademarked just in case the Android ban is permanent.
In today's top stories, a report says Amazon is working on a wearable that would be able to understand human emotions. Meanwhile, Panic introduces the world to Playdate, a Gameboy-like device.
Brad Bao is taking over as CEO of the scooter company for fellow co-founder Toby Sun.
Tesla has sold 50,000 cars this quarter already, according to a purported email from the automaker's chief.
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