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google self driving car june 29 2015

Watch as we follow one of Google's new self-driving cars

The vehicles represent a big technical leap forward

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HP enterprise chief Bill Veghte to depart before company split

He's executive VP of the HP Enterprise Group, a $28 billion division that sells the company's servers, network and storage gear

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Gartner lowers its IT spending forecast, but says activity remains high

The strong dollar and the move to cloud-based services are affecting buying choices

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Toshiba readies scorpion-like robot for Fukushima nuclear plant

The robot probe can raise its tail camera to help operators navigate the highly radioactive reactor

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Microsoft hands some of the reins for its display ad business to AOL

The deal comes alongside an expanded partnership with AppExchange for programmatic ad sales

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Avira wins German case over adware blocking

Avira had warned users that an Angry Birds clone came with a bunch of other software

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Google brings Broad Institute's genome analysis kit to the cloud

The institute's software will be free for non-profits and academic researchers, but everyone will pay to use Google's cloud platform

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Qualcomm partners with large Chinese foundry on chips

China is seeking to become a semiconductor producing powerhouse by 2030

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Alibaba sells off 11Main US e-commerce site to focus on China

Alibaba has been focusing more on luring U.S. merchants to its China business

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Monday, June 22

Taylor Swift shames Apple into paying musicians royalties during streaming trial

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Apple hears Taylor Swift, to pay artists during free music trial

The pop star had earlier complained about Apple's decision not to pay artists during the free trial

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Taylor Swift slams Apple for not paying artists during Apple Music trial

'We don't ask you for free iPhones,' the singer said this weekend, so Apple shouldn't demand free music

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1,000 units of Pepper, the human-like robot that feels emotions, sell out in a minute

The $1,600 household robot has an emotion engine and is designed to be a member of the family.

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What the FCC's new robocall rules mean for your company's marketing efforts

Consumers gain new protections, but things are less clear in the B2B world

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eBay sells stake in Craigslist, which responds with Shakespeare quote

The sale was part of a confidential agreement between the two firms that includes dismissal of litigation