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NewsGoogle engaged in anticompetitive practices in both buying and selling ads, a federal suit alleges. NewsAmazon is launching RxPass, a $5/mo add-on to Amazon Prime that will fill prescriptions as many times as you need. But there are some restrictions. NewsTwitter plans to roll out an ad-free version of its Twitter Blue monthly subscription service.
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NewsThe Kraken Kitty V2 Pro will land later this year with interchangeable light-up ears, for a whopping $200.