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1. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin Wants Justice Department To Scrutinize Big Tech  |  ( slashdot )
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin on Monday joined the growing chorus of government officials concerned about tech monopolies.
2. Sony Is Done Working For Peanuts in the Hardware Business, New CEO To Detail Shift Away From Gadgets  |  ( slashdot )
Kenichiro Yoshida, who took over as chief executive officer in April, is set to unveil a three-year plan on Tuesday that embraces Sony's growing reliance on income from gaming subscriptions and entertainment .
3. Advocacy Groups Call for the FTC To Break Up Facebook  |  ( slashdot )
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4. MoviePass' Days Look Limited  |  ( slashdot )
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6. Scientists Transfer Memory Between Snails  |  ( slashdot )
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7. Amazon Offers Whole Foods Discounts To Prime Members  |  ( slashdot )
Amazon-owned Whole Foods debuted a loyalty program on Wednesday that offers special discounts to Prime members , including 10 percent off hundreds of sale items and rotating weekly specials.
8. Tesla Unveils Dual Motor and Performance Specs For Model 3  |  ( slashdot )
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9. 'TeenSafe' Phone Monitoring App Leaked Thousands of User Passwords  |  ( slashdot )
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10. Did Octopuses Come From Outer Space?  |  ( slashdot )
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11. Tesla Releases Some of Its Software To Comply With Open-Source Licenses  |  ( slashdot )
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12. Bill Gates Shares His Memories of Donald Trump  |  ( slashdot )
MSNBC recently published a video of Bill Gates telling his staff at the Gates Foundation that he had two meetings with Donald Trump since the president was elected.
13. The Verge Goes Hands-On With the 'Wildly Ambitious' RED Hydrogen One Smartphone  |  ( slashdot )
It's been almost a year since RED, a company known for its high-end $10,000+ cameras, teased a smartphone called the RED Hydrogen One.
14. Chinese 'Accelerators' In Silicon Valley Aim To Bring Startups Home  |  ( slashdot )
"China's government has clearly prioritized acquiring as much of that intellectual property as possible.
15. Estonia To Become the World's First Free Public Transport Nation  |  ( slashdot )
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