Tesla's Big-Rig, Not Out Until 2019, Already Has OrdersEven though production isn't expected to start on it until 2019, companies are already placing orders for Elon Musk's big rig.
EA Apologizes After Star Wars Video Game Sparks ComplaintsSome Star Wars fans who paid roughly $60 to buy Battlefront II were upset to find that optional charges built into the game can cost them hundreds more.
Apple Won't Challenge Amazon's Echo This ChristmasIf you were hoping to buy a HomePod for your honey this holiday season, you'll have to come up with plan b.
Phone Scam Targets Recipients Of Medi-Cal, Social ServicesSanta Clara County social service agencies are warning residents to be aware of fraudulent texts and calls from people claiming to be with state agencies.
UN To Debate Future Use Of 'Killer Robots'A U.N. panel agreed Friday to move ahead with talks to define and possibly set limits on the use of 'killer robots' in future conflicts.
Pentagon Exposed Some Of Its Data On Amazon ServerAnyone with a free Amazon Web Services account could have looked at the hoard of information stored in the cloud by the U.S. Defense Department.
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TechShop Abruptly Shuts Down All Locations, Including San Jose HQTechShop is going out of business, closing its headquarters on South Second Street as well as its 10 locations.
University of California to Bid on Managing National Nuclear Lab in New MexicoThe University of California Board of Regents has approved bidding on a contract to manage the federal government's premier nuclear weapons facility.

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Western Union Agrees To Pay Victims Of Grandma Scam $586MTo settle charges brought by the U.S. government, Western Union has agreed to pay $586 million to victims who wired money to scammers over a 13-year period.
Tesla's Big-Rig, Not Out Until 2019, Already Has OrdersEven though production isn't expected to start on it until 2019, companies are already placing orders for Elon Musk's big rig.
EA Apologizes After Star Wars Video Game Sparks ComplaintsSome Star Wars fans who paid roughly $60 to buy Battlefront II were upset to find that optional charges built into the game can cost them hundreds more.
Apple Won't Challenge Amazon's Echo This ChristmasIf you were hoping to buy a HomePod for your honey this holiday season, you'll have to come up with plan b.
Phone Scam Targets Recipients Of Medi-Cal, Social ServicesSanta Clara County social service agencies are warning residents to be aware of fraudulent texts and calls from people claiming to be with state agencies.
UN To Debate Future Use Of 'Killer Robots'A U.N. panel agreed Friday to move ahead with talks to define and possibly set limits on the use of 'killer robots' in future conflicts.

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