CEOs to attend Trump's tech summit, Uber goes 'Rogue One'
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A small group of tech leaders will attend the summit held by President-elect Donald Trump in New York on Wednesday, Recode reported yesterday.
Among those who could attend our CEO's Larry Page of Alphabet and Apple's Tim Cook.
The meeting could help patch up relations between Trump and tech leaders.
Who mostly backed Hilary Clinton for the presidency.
Uber has announced a partnership with Disney to bring Rogue One, A Star Wars Story to the ride sharing services app.
Uber says customers using their app will get access to exclusive program features including never before seen videos.
Also, X Wings will replace car icons on the app's map screen.
The feature is live from December 12 to the 18 ahead of the film's release later this week.
And finally an Oregon family says that GPS caused them to get snowbound on a mountain road in Southern Oregon with no phone signal.
Ron Sanquist, the family father had to trudge two miles to call for help before being rescued.
According to ABC the Sanquist's GPS suggested a back road that is not regularly plowed as the shortest route during a driving trip to California.
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