Tech 7 April 2018

America's voracious appetite for SUVs and trucks is making the passenger car disappear

Stable oil prices, improvements in SUV and truck design, and a big shift in consumer tastes may spell the end of sedans.

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They tried to boycott Facebook, Apple and Google. They failed.

After disappointment in Facebook, Apple, and Google's stance on political issues, many tried to boycott. Silicon Valley has a much tighter hold on the way we communicate than we may have realized, the New York Times reports.

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The Saudi Crown Prince hung out this week with Google execs Sergey Brin and Sundar Pichai

The Saudi Crown Prince came to Silicon Valley this week and met with a handful of executives, including co-founder Sergey Brin

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Amsterdam's Red Light District is getting a 3D-printed footbridge

MX3D, A Dutch robotics firm, 3D printed a steel bridge that will serve foot traffic in Amsterdam's red light district.

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Hospital CEO forced to pay hackers in bitcoin now teaches others how to prepare for the worst

One cyberattack on a regional hospital embodies a bigger crisis facing health-care facilities in the U.S.

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India, Pakistan central banks clamp down on crypto-currencies

India's central bank barred banks on Friday from having any links to virtual currency dealers.

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Facebook suspends Canadian firm AggregateIQ after it may have 'improperly' had access to user data

Facebook has suspended Canadian political consultancy AggregateIQ from its platform.

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