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Uber CEO and NYC taxi commish sit down for a chat in Brooklyn.
Yahoo follows other major tech companies in revealing the extent of its involvement in the U.S. government's Prism Web surveillance program.
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Shrek is coming to the small screen, as part of a deal Netflix struck to air original DreamWorks content.
On the day the U.S. is to close its antitrust case, Apple evokes the memory its late CEO.
Its latest deal means that Netflix now has the two biggest animation studios on board, strengthening its position in kids' programming.
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The search giants collaborated with the feds after 9/11 on an electronic intelligence program.
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