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As Silicon Valley Gets ‘Crazy,’ Midwest Beckons Tech Investors Funding and start-ups are concentrated on the coasts, especially in California. But there are signs of an entrepreneurial awakening in the heartland, where talent is rich but prices aren’t.
Chinese Phone Maker Bets Big With a Premium Price Huawei Technologies wants to banish from consumers’ minds the idea that Chinese brands can produce only cheap knockoffs.
Uber Strikes Deal With Volvo to Bring Self-Driving Cars to Its Network Uber has agreed to buy up to 24,000 self-driving Volvos for its ride-hailing network once the technology is production-ready.
As Chip Makers Consolidate, Marvell Will Buy Cavium in $6 Billion Deal The deal comes amid fears that a rush of consolidation has left the chip making industry too heavily concentrated.
Wake Up and Smell the Traffic? London Tries Coffee to Power Buses In an effort to curb toxic diesel fumes, oil from used grounds has been added to the fuel for the British capital’s iconic red double-deckers.
Tech Tip: Stopping Autoplay Videos on Safari The most recent version of the Mac operating system includes controls for stopping web page videos that start blasting on their own.
Six Years After Fukushima, Robots Finally Find Reactors’ Melted Uranium Fuel The Japanese government and companies used radiation-hardened machines to search for the fuel that escaped the plant’s ruined reactors.
For the First Family of Pleasure Products, Toys Are Us Once sold in seedy bookstores, sex toys are now a chic, “Made in America” business, instilling customers with brand loyalty.
Apple Postpones Release of HomePod Speaker Apple had said its HomePod speaker, a response to Amazon’s Echo, would debut this year. Now it won’t be released till early next year.
Tech Tip: Taking Control of the Control Center Apple has moved some things around in the iOS 11 Control Center, but you can also make changes of your own.
Mike and Nathaniel’s Week in Tech: Everybody Loves Bitcoin In this week’s tech newsletter, Mike Isaac and Nathaniel Popper delve into the popularity of Bitcoin, and the new troubles at Twitter.
Tesla Unveils an Electric Rival to Semi Trucks Aiming to remake a multibillion-dollar industry, the automaker said it would have a semi for sale in two years that would be nearly self-driving.
F.C.C. Opens Door to More Consolidation in TV Business The agency voted to relax several rules, including allowing a company to own more than one of the top stations in a local market.
Tech Tip: How to Add Emoji to Your Twitter Name With just a few steps, you can add emoji characters and change the name shown on your Twitter account.
Amazon Sellers Brood as States Come Calling for Taxes Most third-party sellers on Amazon do not collect sales tax. States, thirsty for the millions of dollars in unpaid revenue, are coming for the money.
Vancouver Limits Airbnb, in an Effort to Combat Its Housing Crisis Vancouver is the largest Canadian city to limit Airbnb. The company says it will challenge the new rules.
Signs of Russian Meddling in Brexit Referendum Researchers have found evidence that Russian-language or Kremlin-linked Twitter accounts pushed divisive messages in British politics, too.
Tech Fix: A New Phone Comes Out. Yours Slows Down. A Conspiracy? No. Your smartphone is not deliberately losing speed just because your phone maker has a new gadget for sale. For devices that do slow down, here are some fixes.
Tech We’re Using: When Using 5 Messaging Apps Is Not Enough Katie Benner, a technology writer for The Times, uses more than a half-dozen messaging apps to keep up with sources. There are upsides — and downsides — to this.
Tech Tip: The Key to Getting Shadow-Free Mac Screenshots If you don’t want the 3-D shadow on screenshots you take of macOS desktop windows, you just need to know the keyboard shortcut.
Vanu Bose, Who Brought Cellular Service to Remote Areas, Dies at 52 Mr. Bose, whose father founded the Bose Corporation, was an innovator in his own right, developing wireless networks that helped Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria.
Tech Tip: When Dinosaurs Roam in Chrome A long-hidden game inside the Google Chrome browser can help pass the time while you wait for your internet connection to come back.
Op-Ed Contributor: The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech Algorithms are shaping our lives. Where’s academia when it comes to helping us make sense of this?
It’s Time to Tax Companies for Using Our Personal Data Companies are making a fortune by using personal data gleaned from the internet. They would barely notice a 1 percent tax, but it could make a better world.

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