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Federal lawmakers have introduced five new bills targeted at what they call the unregulated power wielded by Big tech.
The bills exclusively call out for tech giants Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook, and what would be the country's biggest refashioning of antitrust laws and decades.
Together these four companies represent more than $6 trillion in market share and influence almost every aspect of online life.
If past it would be easier for the government to break up potential monopolies.
Amazon sidewalk is now live but not everyone is interested in sharing their broadband or has issues with privacy.
If you own an echo speaker or ring doorbell, the future was automatically turned on last week.
Amazon says the point is to splinter off a tiny portion of your bandwidth to create a larger neighborhood network.
Turning sidewalk off is simple and reversible.
Open your Alexa app and access sidewalk through her account settings, switch it to off.
You can always choose to participate once more is known how the service will work.
And finally, Microsoft promoted its latest Xbox game titles in their biggest event of the year at E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles this weekend.
A trailer for the brand new game, Starfield was accidentally leaked ahead of time and drumming up enthusiasm for its November debut.
Many of the other titles will be available on Xbox games pass ultimate service, the $15 a month subscription that allows gamers to stream games over the internet.
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