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    To help American companies cope with the shock of banning Huawei equipment, the Trump administration temporarily eased up — just a bit — on its restrictions.
     
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    Amazon is adding flight bookings to its growing list of services in India, one of its biggest global markets.
     
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    Huawei has endured a tenuous relationship with the United States for a decade, reaching a boiling point last week when the Trump administration banned American corporations from doing business with the Chinese company.
     
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    Snap, the parent company of messaging app Snapchat, has promoted two executives amid a wider shakeup of its leadership team.
     
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    Google Glass didn't resonate with the general public, but it may have found a foothold in the workplace.
     
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    Sprint and T-Mobile have been trying to get married for years. They just got a step closer.
     
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    Google is cutting back on its business with Huawei, following an order from the Trump administration barring US firms from selling to the Chinese tech company.
     
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    In a rooftop garden at Facebook's Menlo Park headquarters, a six-legged robot named Daisy is making chittering noises as it staggers on the sandy ground.
     
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    Facebook has removed hundreds of fake Facebook and Instagram pages, groups, and accounts that it says were run by an Israeli firm that was targeting countries in Africa.
     
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    Grumpy Cat — the angry-looking celebrity feline who launched countless internet memes — died on Tuesday. The beloved cat leaves behind her owner Tabatha Bundesen, a small empire of books and merchandise bearing her unique face, movie and TV appearances, and millions of Google hits.
     
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    The announcement suggests Spotify has some interest in creating hardware devices that may compete with Amazon's line of Echos, Google Home and Apple's HomePod.
     
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    Cray has been synonymous with supercomputing for nearly half a century. Now the legendary tech company is joining the business that pioneered Silicon Valley: HP Enterprise.
     
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    The world of Minecraft is about to get even more real.
     
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    The WhatsApp vulnerability revealed earlier this week sounds terrifying.
     
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    "I have your son and I'm going to f*ck him up," a voice on the other side of the phone said.
     
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    SpaceX wants to beam cheap broadband internet all over the planet. It's gearing up for the first crucial step toward making that a reality.
     
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    Pinterest's honeymoon on Wall Street may be over.
     
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    New US measures that restrict exports to Huawei could cost Silicon Valley billions in lost revenue.
     
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    China's economic slowdown is taking its toll on one of the country's biggest tech companies.
     


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