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Nathaniel Mott

  1. Uber bans guns. We asked the rest of the sharing economy if they do too

    Is your Urban Sitter armed to the teeth? Could your Lyft driver add brass knuckles to his fist bump? And what's that suspicious bulge under your Postmate's jacket?

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    From the Sharing Economy desk

  2. Nest absorbs Dropcam, releases its own home security camera

    Nest has completed its assimilation of Dropcam.

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    From the News desk

  3. PANDOLAND DAY TWO (WOO!)

    Pandoland 2015's second day is in full swing.

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    From the News desk

  4. The Cardinals probably didn't 'hack' the Astros, damn it

    By now you've probably heard that the St. Louis Cardinals "hacked" into an internal network used by the Houston Astros to scout and recruit new players.

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    From the News desk

  5. Twitter reveals autoplay videos that won't screw over its users

    After a preliminary test period, Twitter announced today that the company will launch auto-playing videos on a wider scale.

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    From the News desk

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    From the News desk

  7. No, Apple shouldn't kill off the Mac

    Wall Street Journal tech columnist Christopher Mims wonders if it's "really a good idea for Apple to continue to put resources against being king of a last-century technology" by releasing new Mac products in addition to other wares.

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    From the News desk

  8. Uber tracks the location of protestors in China

    Does your employer have a right to know where you are at any given moment? And, perhaps more important, should a company that works with "independent contractors" who aren't technically its employees have that same information?

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    From the News desk

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