Comcast plans streaming TV service for its own Internet customers
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Stream service becomes Xfinity Instant TV


A  report from Reuters shows that Comcast is gearing up to relaunch its IPTV streaming service under a new name that will be available to all Comcast internet subscribers across the US.

Tesla raises $1.2 billion in stock and debt for Model 3 production
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Federal tax rebates in some states will bring prices even lower

Tesla has announced that it is raising $1.2 billion to fuel its coming Model 3, an all-electric, entry-level sedan that is set to enter mass production later in July.

Google Home hoovers up 12 more smart home vendors
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Now works with sprinklers, locks, A/C, professional smart home systems

Google said  it is beginning to fulfill more potential in its voice-activated speaker and smart home platform - that's Google Home. This week, people will be able to control devices from 12 companies, marking the platform’s largest update since its launch in November.

Facebook imitates Snapchat
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All Facebook’s apps and acquisitions now have Stories feature

Today Facebook completed the launch of a feature named Stories that allows people to share videos and photographs at the top of their newsfeeds for 24 hours. After this period, Stories will disappear.

Tesla boss promises more of the same thing
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Will out-range the Chevy Bolt using a 75kWh battery


The CEO of Tesla and SpaceX took to Twitter over the weekend to tease us about what to expect on the pending production version of the mass market, all-electric Model 3 sedan that has audiences cautiously waiting in anticipation.

ASUS spins off its AR development team
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Readying to support Windows Mixed Reality headsets in Q4


ASUS said that it is ready to spin off its augmented reality and virtual reality development teams to become an independent startup, according to the latest Far East reports.

UK wants WhatsApp to open a backdoor with federal services
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Companies should take “more active role” combating criminal violence, hate messages


In the ongoing battle between state governments and national security agencies to ascribe regulations for encrypted IP-based communications, the UK government has now asked WhatsApp to open its encryption to security services in the world effort to combat off-grid cyberterrorism efforts.

Apple wins in Beijing in iPhone patent case
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Shenzhen company plans to appeal

Over the weekend, a Beijing court overturned a local intellectual property bureau’s ruling that Apple had violated a defunct Shenzhen company’s patented design with the iPhone 6. The ruling is the latest indicates that Chinese courts will not always rule in favor of its home markets.

Uber suspends self-driving initiative
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No one injured at the scene or inside the vehicle


Uber announced on Friday that it would be suspending its self-driving car program after one of its autonomous vehicles was involved in a high-impact crash in Tempe, Arizona.

Would you trust windows in your Microsoft cars?
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Cortana, Office365, Skype, and Azure cloud integration in the car


Microsoft said that it will begin licensing some of its intellectual property (IP) for internet-connected automobiles in an effort to usher in a new wave of real-time communications, roadside assistance, infotainment services, and self-driving features for consumers over the next few years.