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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Tuesday, June 2

Apple streaming service likely at WWDC...Intel shows Skylake tab in Taipei...ARM looks to IoT security, possible acquisition

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Hola browser extension should be uninstalled, researchers say

Israel-based Hola said it is working to fix the problems and will undertake a security review

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Gild sharpens its hiring focus with new BI tool

Personalized dashboards can be custom fitted to each hiring role


Report: Microsoft acquires startup behind Wunderlist to-do app

6Wunderkinder, the makers of Wunderlist, was sold for between $100 and 200 million.

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Uber faces crisis again in India after driver accused of trying to kiss passenger

A Uber driver in Delhi was charged last year with raping a woman passenger

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Varnish now secures Web traffic with SSL support

The enterprise edition of Varnish Plus now includes the ability to run SSL/TLS encrypted sessions between server and client,

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At I/O, Google earns praise for diversity

All eyes are on Apple with diversity watchers hoping for fewer white dudes

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At Google I/O, no huge surprises but a honing of critical products

Highlights included new developments for mobile payments and the Internet of Things

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Google to Cardboard developers: Keep it short and simple, and watch out for nausea

Google Cardboard experiences should be the duration of traditional YouTube videos, said a Google executive

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Italy's architectural elite moves to rub out crowdsourcing design site

Crowdsourcing design site CoContest threatens established architects

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Skip the waiter and order with this Bluetooth mat

PaperBeacon sends location IDs to mobile devices and could be used in restaurants and schools

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Friday, May 29

Google I/O updates mobile, payments, IoT, and more... Apple buys augmented reality startup... Uber wants access to even more user data

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Uber revises privacy policy, wants more data from users

The company will now, with users' permission, access rider's data when its app runs in the background


Google Photos ditches Google+ to avoid the creepy factor

It turns out that storing private photos on a social network isn't appealing

Google to widen Maps' offline features

Turn-by-turn navigation and local business reviews will be available without an Internet connection