This week, driverless ride-sharing is emerging, Russia’s part in hacking the US election, President-Elect Trump meets with tech leaders, Bill Gates leads a fight against climate change, and much, much more.
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This week, Donald Trump is insecure, but Peter Thiel is still supportive. Tesla goes fully autonomous, Netflix takes over Hollywood (and CBS steps up to challenge), and Red Dead Redemption shoots for 2017…and much, much more!
This week, autonomous Ubers invade Pittsburgh, Nougat is here, Russian hackers hit the New York Times, Mario warps down to Rio, and another earth may be closer than we thought ..and much, much more this week.
This week, Pokemon fever continues, Social media reacts to an attempted coup in Turkey, an open letter from tech leaders to Donald Trump, Facebook’s diversity problem, Netflix boldly goes where noone has gone before ..and much, much more!
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