"Intel in $15 Billion Deal for Self-Driving Tech Firm Mobileye" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:31 AM
"Intel Joins Silicon Valley's Race to Make Best 'Server on Wheels': Acquisition marks latest investment by a technology company in the future of autonomous cars" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 8:01 PM
"Intel, With Play for Mobileye, Elbows Further Into Crowded Race to Self-Driving Cars: Auto makers, tech companies ramp up efforts to develop technology for autonomous vehicles" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 3:26 PM
"Intel's $15 billion purchase of Mobileye shakes up driverless car sector" Reuters 4:04 PM
"Confirmed: Intel is paying $15.3 billion to acquire Mobileye, a computer vision firm specializing in autonomous cars" VentureBeat 8:31 AM
"John Oliver details all the ways Samsung products will probably ruin your life" Mashable 7:04 PM
"Sad fact of the day: Most people still don't know how to protect themselves online" The Register 7:03 PM
"LG G6 Review: Righting The Course Of Mobile Gadget Development" Forbes 7:01 PM
"Panda Protection Advanced Review & Rating" PC Magazine 3:28 PM
"Here's why Google Cloud support is now priced per person" IDG News Service 1:50 PM
"The social media 'echo chamber' is real" Ars Technica 1:35 PM
"Net neutrality DOA? Here's what's next for the internet: Republicans are saying net neutrality rules are bad for business, while Democrats fear any changes will leave our internet rights vulnerable." CNET 1:33 PM
"Don't have cable and want to watch March Madness? Here's how" BetaNews 1:12 PM
"Mozilla: people have no idea how to protect their privacy and security online" BetaNews 1:10 PM
"Decrease in patch rates points to broken software supply chain" BetaNews 1:10 PM
"When cell phone disaster strikes, you have some options" PCWorld 1:01 PM
"The argument for and against Facebook Messenger Day" TechCrunch 12:45 PM
"Orion Ubuntu Laptop Review: The MacBook Pro Alternative" Forbes 11:19 AM
"Stock market holds its ground as Fed rate decision looms: Health care stocks lead S&P 500 laggards" MarketWatch 4:01 PM
"Stocks Go Nowhere as Wall Street Waits for Fed News: The S&P 500 stalls near its flatline on Monday in a quieter day of trading ahead of a Federal Reserve-focused week." TheStreet 4:01 PM
"4 Factors That Could Drive Stocks Higher Or Lower: U.S. stock indexes ended Monday's session little changed, as volume fell off in the run-up to the Federal Reserve's two-day meeting." Investor's Business Daily 4:01 PM
"Wall Street Drifts Along, Awaits Fed Decision" Reuters 4:01 PM
"Dow Drops as Investors Await Cues From Fed: The Federal Reserve and the Bank of Japan are set to make interest rate decisions this week" WSJ.com [Paid Membership Required] 4:01 PM
"Asian markets mixed ahead of busy week for central banks: Global stocks lacked direction at the beginning of the week, with some markets in Asia ignoring a positive lead from the U.S. as local drivers took precedence." MarketWatch 8:11 AM
"European stocks log 4th day of gains in choppy trade: European stocks climbed in volatile trade Monday, but with investors trading cautiously ahead of potentially market-moving events this week, including the Dutch election, the U.K.'s Brexit bill vote and a U.S. interest-rate decision." MarketWatch 12:23 PM
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