Net neutrality day of action planned, OnePlus 5 debuts June 20
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In an effort to protest the FCC's planned undoing of net neutrality rules, major tech companies like Amazon, Etsy, and Reddit are planning a day of action to increase awareness of the open Internet's biggest threat.
On July 12th, the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality will encourage people to contact Congress and the FCC to voice their opinion.
Smartphone maker OnePlus will unveil their next flagship device on June 20th, during an online keynote.
Rumors have been swirling about what the OnePlus 5 will pack in under the hood, such as the Snapdragon 835 chip set, dual cameras, and even talk of a unicorn styled color option.
[INAUDIBLE] And finally Lyft is partnered with nuTonomy to bring self driving vehicles to the Boston area starting in the next few months.
Lyft has already teamed with General Motors and Waymo to explore driverless technologies.
But the Boston campaign looks to succeed where Huber may have stumbled in cities like Pittsburgh.
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