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U.S. taxi firm Uber is prepared to make concessions as it seeks to reverse a decision by London authorities not to renew its license in the city, a newspaper reported.
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Volkswagen and Sonae are testing a smart glove that gives workers a bionic assist in picking up heavy objects.
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Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are worth buying now, and there's no need to wait for the iPhone X unless you absolutely need cutting-edge features.
Throughout Facebook's history, Zuckerberg has repeatedly fallen behind, then issued blog posts begging for another chance to put things right.
It's a disappointing end to a once-great European tech success story.
"It's worth examining how we got here," Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wrote in an email obtained by CNBC.
Facebook is fighting through a tangled morass of privacy, free-speech and moderation issues with governments, The New York Times reports.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will sell as many as 75 million shares over the next 18 months in sales worth as much as $12.8 billion at the stock's value.
Under the plan to reclassify shares Zuckerberg would be able to retain voting control of Facebook while being able to lessen his stake in the company.
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