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Top Tech Stories of the Week – April 7th, 2019

  • Amazon Swipes Westworld Creators In Another Bid for TV Dominance | Vanity Fair | Link
  • Elon Musk Explains the Camera on the Tesla Model 3 Rear-View Mirror | Digital Trends | Link
  • EU publishes guidelines on ethical artificial intelligence | Financial Times | Link
  • Ikea and Sonos Symfonisk Range Includes a Speaker That’s a Lamp | WIRED | Link
  • Microsoft Finally Admit You Don’t Really Need To ‘Safely Remove’ USB Flash Drives Anymore | Link
  • Google Cloud Platform launches Cloud Run, aims to bring enterprise workloads to serverless, Kubernetes | ZDNet | Link
  • Warner Bros: Yes, We’re Aware Trump Ripped Off the Dark Knight Rises OST, No, He’s Not Allowed to Do That | Link
  • Google’s delivery drones get the green light in Australia | Link
  • White nationalism hearing features Facebook and Google – CNN | Link
  • First-ever black hole image: Scientists revel in breakthrough by Event Horizon Telescope project | Euronews | Link
  • YouTube TV gets some new channels and a hefty price hike | TechCrunch | Link
  • Amazon Employees Call for a Company-Wide Climate Change Plan | Link
  • NASA wants to develop self-healing spacesuits, Venus landers and spider probes – CNET | Link
  • Netflix to Publish Magazine as It Chases Hollywood Awards – Bloomberg | Link
  • Dubai resident files complaint over inability to reach next level of video game | Link
  • WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange arrested and dragged out of embassy after US extradition request | Euronews | Link
  • SpaceX livestream Falcon Heavy’s first commercial mission – Business Insider | Link
  • Tesla Ends Online Sales of $35,000 Model 3, Creating New Hurdle for Buyers – The New York Times | Link
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