Apple updates MacBook Pro line, India adopts net neutrality rules
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Apple updated the MacBook Pro in a surprise move.
You won't find any major cosmetic changes to Apple's laptop.
However, the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models with touch bars have upgraded processors and new RAM options.
The screens on these Macbook Pros have also been updated with Apples frutone feature.
That feature automatically adjusts the color temperature of the display to match the light around you.
Multiple reports say the country of India has adopted new net neutrality recommendation.
They forced internet service providers to treat all data the same, and do not allow any form of discrimination or interference of online content.
There are some exceptions to these rules, including services related to remote surgery and autonomous cars.
Uber is making Made some changes.
The company laid off 100 people in it's self driving operations.
These people acted as safety drivers in Uber's autonomous vehicles.
The company has eliminated the safety driver position and will create 55 new positions with the title mission specialist.
Mission specialists will be responsible for track and on road testing.
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