Tech 30 March 2018

SpaceX attempts high speed boat recovery of the Falcon 9's nosecone

SpaceX is set to launch Friday morning from the central coast of California, with the fifth batch of Iridium NEXT satellites on board.

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Tesla’s ‘day of reckoning’ is near as its plunging stock increases financing risk

Some investors are betting against Tesla, citing its financial liquidity issues and cash burn woes.

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This former Google X engineer wants to put a robot security guard in every office

Sequoia Capital led a $13 million series A funding round in Cobalt Robotics, a start-up making security robots for use in commercial buildings.

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How to download a copy of everything Google knows about you

Here's how to download a copy of of everything Google knows about you.

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Bitcoin is on track for its worst first quarter ever with over $114 billion wiped off its value

The price of bitcoin has fallen from $13,412.44 on January 1 to $7,266.07 on March 30, marking a more than 45 percent decline.

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Singapore watchdog says Uber-Grab deal may have infringed competition and opens investigation

Singapore's competition watchdog has commenced an investigation into Uber's deal to sell its Southeast Asia business to Grab.

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China cuts tax rates for chipmakers amid trade tensions

China's finance ministry said on Friday it has introduced new tax breaks and exemptions for firms making semiconductors, seeking to limit dependence on foreign chips amid trade tensions with the United States over technology transfers.

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