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Top Tech Stories of the Week – July 15th, 2018

  • Open offices are as bad as they seem—they reduce face-to-face time by 70% | Ars Technica | Link
  • UK spaceport proposed for Sutherland site – BBC News | Link
  • Prime Day: Amazon website crashes shortly after deals go live | Link
  • Amazon workers strike in Germany, joining action in Spain and Poland – Reuters | Link
  • Microsoft to end support for Skype ‘classic’ following new desktop release – CNET | Link
  • Netflix stock slammed after earnings, as subscriber growth and revenue fall short – MarketWatch | Link
  • 12 New Moons Found Orbiting Jupiter – National Geographic | Link
  • Walmart and Microsoft team up to fight Amazon – CNN Money | Link
  • Google’s job hunting service comes to UK – BBC News | Link
  • Marwan Fawaz Steps Down as CEO of Google-Owned Nest – Digital Trends | Link
  • Google’s first private trans-Atlantic subsea cable will connect the U.S. and France in 2020 – 9to5Google | Link
  • Google to appeal after EC fines it €4.34bn over Android competition breach – as it happened | Business | The Guardian | Link
  • VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger is happy to be independent of Dell – Business Insider | Link
  • Project ‘Fuchsia’: Google Is Quietly Working on a Successor to Android – Bloomberg | Link
  • Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter launch the Data Transfer Project – VentureBeat | Link
  • Wanted: Inspiring name for Europe’s 2020 Mars rover – BBC News | Link
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