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Microsoft's bringing the Surface Duo to market on September 10th, with preorder starting this week.
The $1400 Surface Duo, powered by a modified version of Android, puts a different spin on the foldable trend.
And CNET got an exclusive look at Well, the body.
Microsoft sent us a non-working version of the phone with transparent glass instead of where the screens would go.
Our Scott Stein has an in-depth look at the duo, so check out CNET for more.
Uber's CEO told MSNBC, the ride hailing service may have to temporarily shut down in California It's forced to start classifying drivers as employees in the state.
This comes after a California judge on Monday issued an injunction that will force Uber and Lyft to start classifying their drivers as employees.
The ruling is part of a lawsuit against the companies filed in May.
That says they exploited hundreds of thousands of California workers by classifying drivers as independent contractors.
Violating California's AB 5 law that took effect in January.
And finally tech giants in the US are continuing to meet regularly to work on protecting their platforms ahead of the 2020 presidential election.
And a joint statement released Wednesday, Facebook, Google, Twitter, Reddit, Microsoft, Verizon, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Wikimedia Foundation.
Said there countering information operations on their platforms in the lead up to the 2020 DNC and RMC conventions.
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