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Google Contractors Are Unionizing With a Steel Workers Union - VICE
Google to shift Pixel smartphone production from China to Vietnam - Nikkei Asian Review
Ex-Google employee calls out culture of sexual misbehavior that started ‘at the top’ - MarketWatch
Huawei's next phone will not have Google apps - BBC News
Lawsuit against TSMC could block new devices from entering US - CNET
Microsoft announces Surface event on October 2nd in New York City - The Verge
Wi-Fi 6 will upgrade your workhorse wireless network - CNET
Disney+ to Release TV Episodes Weekly: Welcome Relief From Bingeing? | TVLine
Microsoft is moving Lynda.com users to LinkedIn Learning and not everyone's happy about it | ZDNet
Amazon reportedly kept a burn book of negative press around NYC HQ2 - Business Insider
Ring Gave Police Stats About Users Who Said ‘No’ to Law Enforcement Requests
npm bans terminal ads | ZDNet
Uber, Lyft Propose $21/Hour Minimum Wage For Drivers After Wave Of Protests – CBS San Francisco
Apple will launch iPhone 11 on Sept. 10 in Cupertino - CNET
Apple to provide independent repair shops with iPhone parts
16-bit RISC-V processor made with carbon nanotubes | Ars Technica
The FTC is reportedly investigating Juul over 'deceptive' teen-focused marketing practices - TechSpot
SpaceX launches Starship “hopper” on dramatic test flight – Spaceflight Now
Texas police issue explosion warnings ahead of next SpaceX test flight - Business Insider
Company behind Foxit PDF Reader announces security breach | ZDNet
Teletext Holidays data breach exposes 212,000 customer call recordings
Hackers could have breached BioWatch for years, records show - Los Angeles Times
Google says hackers have put ‘monitoring implants’ in iPhones for years | Technology | The Guardian
Apple is turning Siri audio clip review off by default and bringing it in house | TechCrunch
Airlines Are Banning MacBooks From Checked Luggage
Trojan Dropper Malware Found in Android App With 100M Downloads
Ransomware hits hundreds of dentist offices in the US | ZDNet