Apple debuts new iPad, Zuckerberg headed to Capitol Hill?
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Apple has debuted an update to its iPad.
At an education focused event at a high school in Chicago, the company debut the next version of the 9.7" iPad, now with pencil support and an updated chip.
The iPad will go for $329 or will be offered at $299 for schools.
Apple also used the event to debut a collection of educational and learning tools for teachers.
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Facebook CEO is considering a trip to Capital Hill according news outlets.
It's the latest chapter in a scandal that has rocked the social network Stemming from a report that exposed a massive user data breach involving Cambridge Analytica.
And finally, FedEx is the latest company to reserve Tesla's Semi trucks.
An order of 20 trucks was placed, which pales in comparison to UPS' 125 unit order.
FedEx CEO says the move reinforces the company's commitment to improving road safety We're also reducing their environmental impact.
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