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A Comprehensive Guide to Taking Your Smartphone Abroad for Cheap
For $15 to $40, you can easily take your phone to a foreign country and enjoy access to apps, maps and the web. But it takes a lot of steps, hence this travel guide.
Buy Low-Tops, Sell High-Tops: StockX Sneaker Exchange Is Worth $1 Billion
StockX is one of several online marketplaces that have turned resales of shoes into a big — and highly valued — business.
Regulators Have Doubts About Facebook Cryptocurrency. So Do Its Partners.
The social media company said it had signed 27 partners to its Libra project. But executives at some of those companies said they were approaching it warily.
U.S. Tech Companies Sidestep a Trump Ban, to Keep Selling to Huawei
Chip makers’ deals underscore how difficult it is to clamp down on companies that the administration considers a national security threat.
Reddit Restricts Pro-Trump Forum Because of Threats
The subreddit The_Donald was “quarantined” for threats of violence toward police officers and politicians in Oregon.
Unleashed, Robo-Insect Takes Flight
Tiny wings and tinier solar cells allow autonomous movement in a new robotic “bee.”
SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Deploys Dozens of Satellites to Orbit
The powerful rocket is carrying an assortment of cargo, including a solar sail, an atomic clock and the ashes of 152 people.
Hidden Document Reveals N.Y. Was Warned of Looming Taxi Loan Crisis
In an emotional City Council hearing, lawmakers said New York officials could have stopped exploitative loans that have devastated thousands of cabdrivers.
How E-Commerce Sites Manipulate You Into Buying Things You May Not Want
Research released this week finds that many online retailers use so-called dark patterns to influence what shoppers decide to purchase. Cracking down on the practice could be difficult.
The Bug That Crashed New York’s Wireless Network
Despite warnings, New York City’s technology managers were blindsided by the so-called GPS rollover, failing to install simple but necessary upgrades.

 

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