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Top Tech Stories of the Week – June 28th, 2020

  • Publishers Sue Internet Archive For ‘Mass Copyright Infringement’ : NPR | Link
  • It is rocket science: EU to speed up space ambitions, Breton says – Reuters | Link
  • Mavic 3 release date shown in leaked DJI announcement | Link
  • Facebook boycott: These are the companies pulling ads over the site’s hate policies – CNN | Link
  • Cirque du Soleil files for bankruptcy and cuts 3,500 jobs – CNN | Link
  • Uber reportedly looking to buy Postmates delivery service – CNET | Link
  • Plane-maker Airbus to cut 15,000 jobs amid coronavirus fallout – BBC News | Link
  • Google has acquired North, the maker of Focals smart glasses | Engadget | Link
  • FCC officially designates Huawei, ZTE as national security threats | ZDNet | Link
  • Google hosting ‘Smart Home Virtual Summit’ next week – 9to5Google | Link
  • Nearby Sharing — Android’s AirDrop competitor — is rolling out now in beta | Link
  • NASA has delayed the launch of its Mars rover Perseverance again, this time to no earlier than July 30, due to rocket preparation delays. | Space | Link
  • Apple, Facebook, Amazon, Google CEOs to Testify in Congress – Bloomberg | Link
  • Twitter engineers replacing racially loaded tech terms like ‘master,’ ‘slave’ – CNET | Link
  • More game publishers are reportedly considering raising prices for Xbox Series X and PS5 games | Windows Central | Link
  • UK to enter satellite race after winning bid for OneWeb | Financial Times | Link
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