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  • Mobile eating the world, Ben Evans
  • Japan’s SoftBank Invests $1 Billion in Satellite Startup OneWeb
  • The Tesla Advantage: 1.3 Billion Miles of Data, Silicon Valley and Detroit can’t keep up with Elon Musk’s trove of real-world metrics.
  • Scientists Have Officially Entered the Weird World of Bacteria-Powered Batteries
  • Konami Climbs as Smartphone Soccer Game Downloads Hit 4 Million
  • DeepMind signs up second NHS trust to health app, Artificial intelligence company hopes to alert doctors to patients at risk
  • Honda and Alphabet Talk Driverless-Car Partnership, Under proposed partnership, companies would test Waymo’s sensors, computers and software in Honda’s vehicles
  • AT&T’s DirecTV Now Gets Off to a Bumpy Start
  • What was the most important technology of 2016?
  • Vodafone eyes role in traffic control for drones
  • Canada sets universal broadband goal of 50Mbps and unlimited data for all
  • Ten people to get NHS bionic eyes
  • Here’s what 22 tech stars have on their home screens
  • Voyager 1, at a distance of 137 AU, is headed toward the Ophiuchus constellation in the north, while Voyager 2, 113 AU out from the home star, is speeding toward the Pavo constellation in the south.
  • How YouTube is Shaping Content and Culture
  • YouTube in the Living Room – Online Video Becomes Part of the Furniture