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InformationWeek (Updated 12:30 PM CDT)
  • "Google-Backed Undersea Cable Now Connects US, Japan"
  • "Amazon's Elastic File System Is Now Generally Available"
  • "Hortonworks Commits To Microsoft's Azure Cloud"
  • "Microsoft's Satya Nadella: 6 Must-Have AI Design Principles"
  • "Amazon's Discounted Smartphone Stunt: Don't Fall For It"
  • "Enterprises: Tear Down Your Engineering Silos"
  • "10 Hot Smartphones To Consider Now"
New York Times (Updated 12:30 PM CDT)
  • "Retrieving Your Google Photos"
  • "Feeling Stung by a Fickle Friend Named Facebook"
  • "Spanish Tax Authorities Investigate Google"
  • "Kleiner Perkins Raises $1.4 Billion With Two Funds"
  • "Google Capital Ventures Into Public Companies With"
  • "Facebook to Change News Feed to Focus on Friends and Family"
  • "Facebook, a News Giant That Would Rather Show Us Baby Pictures"
  • "Lu Wei, China's Internet Czar, Will Step Down From Post"
  • "Amazon Inspire Removes Some Content Over Copyright Issues"
  • "While Limited, Wi-Fi-First Phones Are a Good, Frugal Bet" ...
PC Magazine (Updated 12:30 PM CDT)
  • "Google's Next-Gen Mobile OS Is Android Nougat"
  • "Google-Backed Undersea Internet Cable Goes Live"
  • "Second Annual Amazon Prime Day Set for July 12"
  • "Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Arrive in US"
  • "How to Stop Animated GIFs From Auto-Playing in Your Browser"
  • "The Biggest Software Flops of All Time"
  • "Everything Coming to Amazon Prime Video in July"
Reuters (Updated 12:30 PM CDT)
  • "Google buys output from two new Nordic wind farms"
  • "Hertz signs rental deals with Uber and Lyft"
  • "Saudi Arabia to introduce hi-tech bracelets in haj safety push"
  • "Uber driver data in Kenya helps bridge credit gap"
  • "France's Bollore wins electric car-sharing project in Singapore"
  • "Qualcomm files 17 new complaints in China courts against smartphone maker Meizu"
  • "EU regulators clear $4.5 billion Italian broadband plan"
  • "BMW teams up with tech firms for driverless cars: source"
  • "China appoints new internet regulator"
  • "Japan regulator approves Canon deal to buy Toshiba unit, warns on method"
ZDNet (Updated 12:30 PM CDT)
  • "Google Calendar down for some users"
  • "Qualcomm expands support for Google's Tango AR platform to Snapdragon 820"
  • "Android N finally gets a name: Nougat, not Nutella"
  • "HCL's 'leaky bucket' points to big holes in renewals business​"
  • "Galaxy S7 Independence Day: Samsung selling unlocked models in the US"
  • "Red Hat touts Linux experience as container differentiator"
  • "Brexit and tech: Three scenarios from alright to awful"
  • "Microsoft delivers preview of Office Delve app for Windows 10"

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