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Top Tech Stories of the Week – June 24th, 2018

  • A Virginia Restaurant Asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders to Leave and Now Its Yelp Page is Destroyed | Link
  • Chinese holiday island to unlock Facebook, Twitter and YouTube for foreign visitors – South China Morning Post | Link
  • EU tariffs force Harley-Davidson to move some production out of US – as it happened – Business – The Guardian | Link
  • Amazon Launches Support for Arabic Language Books on Kindle – Business Wire | Link 
  • WPA3 Wi-Fi security standard is officially rolling out to replace the 14-year-old WPA2 – Android Central | Link
  • Facebook scraps Aquila internet delivery drones – CNBC | Link
  • Google is retiring the AdWords & DoubleClick brands in a major rebranding aimed at simplification – Search Engine Land | Link
  • Copyright Lawsuit Dropped Against Fortnite Creators, Ending Legal Battle – Bloomberg | Link
  • Instagram Lite: Tiny version of app quietly launches on Google Play – The Independent | Link
  • Sony Mobile rumored to exit Middle Eastern, African, and Turkish markets | Link
  • Amazon shakes healthcare business with pharmacy deal – Financial Times | Link
  • Amazon Will Let Entrepreneurs Start Their Own Delivery Business and Earn Up to $300,000 a Year | Link
  • Sources: Google Is Planning A Game Platform That Could Take On Xbox And PlayStation | Link
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