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Email inbox organizing service unroll.me is under fire, as the New York Times story on Uber revealed it had sold anonymous user information about email habits to the ride-sharing giant.
Being a free service, unroll.me makes money by sharing data, but said it needs to be more transparent with its users about how it monetizes information it collects.
Amazon is investigating into driverless cars, but not in the way you might think.
Instead of bringing passengers to their destination, the Wall Street Journal says Amazon is looking at the technology for deliveries.
The massive online retailer has already made major strides in infrastructure to increase efficiency but automated deliveries might take care of that crucial last mile.
And finally nine to five Mac is reporting that the new iPhones which usually go on sale in September could be pushed back to October or November due to hardware manufacturing bottle necks.
Of course we won't know until the fall, but this is the second major report of a delay in the past month.
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