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  • Samsung Charges Into Auto Tech With $8 Billion Deal for Harman
  • Jaguar Shows Its Concept for a Luxury Electric SUV
  • Siemens to Buy Mentor Graphics Amid Push to Digitize Heavy Industry
  • China Internet Giant Tencent’s Profit Jumps on Games Gains ($1.55 billion net profit in latest quarter)
  • Airbnb moves beyond accommodation into tours and immersive trips
  • Airbnb’s share of London lets triples in a year, agents say 7.6% of overnight stays in capital now via gig economy website
  • Skype Users Make Around 3 Billion Minutes Of Calls Every Day
  • You’re probably shopping for the most nutritious produce in the wrong aisle
  • Amazon is going to sell cars onlineAccording to Reuters, Fiat Chrysler will sell three models — the 500, the 500L, and the Panda — on Amazon’s Italian site at a price that is up to 30% cheaper than other dealerships. The service will only be available in Italy.
  • Tesla, SolarCity Merger Gets Shareholder Approval, Here’s everything you need to know about the solar roof Tesla plans to build with SolarCity
  • Amazon Challenges Netflix by Taking Video Service Global
  • Starry, an internet service provider (ISP) that promises to deliver super-fast internet access wirelessly, launched its first closed beta in the Boston area this week.
  • Apple has a secret team working to make the iPhone’s camera a portal to augmented reality
  • French technology group Sigfox, which is building a wireless network for connected devices, has launched a new funding round to raise €150m for further international expansion.
  • “The feeling when you realize the robots will steal your job.”