1. Trump is targeting Amazon again <o:p></o:p>

For the fourth time in six days, President
Donald Trump fired off another tweet against Amazon, saying it is taking
advantage of its delivery partnership with the US Postal Service, with
taxpayers responsible for the costs. He emphasized his arguments later Tuesday in
comments to the press, saying, “Amazon is going to have to pay much more
money to the Post Office. There’s no doubt about that.”<o:p></o:p>

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2. Firefox is building a VR webpage<o:p></o:p>

Nonprofit organization Mozilla behind the
Firefox web browser, said Tuesday it’s building a new web browser. This one is
built “from the ground up” to work with new VR and AR headsets, which
bring computer images so close to your eyes that they trick your brain into
thinking you’re in a virtual world. It’s called Firefox Reality.<o:p></o:p>

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3. Google doodle selected another amazing

Dr. Maya Angelou had an incredible life,
and Google Doodle
celebrates it. Angelou is now known as a world famous author who published
seven autobiographies and several books, but her early life was traumatic. At
the age of 7 she was sexually abused and raped by her mother’s boyfriend. He
was released from jail after one day. Four days later he was murdered, and
Angelou became mute for five years. She later grown to become one of the most influential
women in literature. <o:p></o:p>

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4. Woman who fired at YouTube HQ was

The woman who shot and
injured three
 people at YouTube HQ before
turning the gun on herself, was Nasim Aghdam, a woman in her late 30s. Nasim
Aghdam was found dead from what was reportedly a self-inflicted gunshot
wound. Aghdam reportedly had a number of YouTube accounts and
a website were she allegedly voiced concerns about YouTube and its monetization
policies. She reportedly had no relationships with anyone at YouTube HQ.<o:p></o:p>

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5. Zipline’s new drone may speed up its
delivery business


Zipline is putting its second generation of drones through their
paces at its test site in the foothills west of California’s Central Valley, a
two-hour drive from Silicon Valley if you get really lucky with traffic. The
company has shown off some of its technology before, but now it’s revealing its
faster new drone models.



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