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(This story corrects paragraph 8 to show Wanzhou was arrested in Canada, not China)

Robinhood's checking plan could face regulatory scrutiny

Financial technology startup Robinhood could face scrutiny by U.S. regulators over statements that its new checking and savings accounts are insured by an industry-backed protection fund.

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Intel, TPG in early talks to sell McAfee to Thoma Bravo: source

Private equity firm Thoma Bravo LLC is in early talks to buy security software company McAfee from TPG Capital and Intel Corp, a source familiar with the matter said on Friday.

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Poste Italiane can withstand competition from Amazon: CEO

Poste Italiane can weather competition from Amazon.com in its deliveries business, the chief executive of the former Italian postal services monopoly said on Friday.

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Irish regulator investigates Facebook over private photo glitch

An Irish regulator said on Friday it was investigating Facebook Inc following the company's disclosure that a bug may have exposed private photos of up to 6.8 million users, the latest in a series of Facebook privacy glitches.

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Starbucks sales growth to be steady despite UberEats deal, plans for China expansion

Starbucks Corp said on Thursday it was partnering with UberEats for delivery from about 3,500 U.S. stores and would nearly double its outlets in China over the next four years, but forecast that same-store sales would remain steady, sending shares down 3 percent.

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Facebook's lead EU regulator opens probe into data breach

Facebook's lead regulator in the European Union, the Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), on Friday began an investigation into a number of breach notifications received from the social networking site.

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Deutsche Telekom reviews Huawei ties; Orange says no on 5G

Huawei [HWT.UL] faces fresh challenges in Europe after Germany's Deutsche Telekom announced it would review its vendor strategy and Orange said it would not hire the Chinese firm to build its next-generation network in France.

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Chinese hackers targeting U.S. Navy contractors with multiple breaches: WSJ

Chinese hackers have breached U.S. Navy contractors to steal a raft of information, including missile plans, through what some officials describe as some of the most debilitating cyber campaigns linked to Beijing, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.

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Apple to push software update in China as Qualcomm case threatens sales ban

Apple Inc, facing a court ban in China on some of its iPhone models over alleged infringement of Qualcomm Inc patents, said on Friday it will push software updates to users in a bid to resolve potential issues.

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Vietnam's Vingroup targets global markets with smartphones in tech shift

Vingroup, Vietnam's top listed firm by market value, underlined its technology ambitions on Friday with the launch of its first smartphones, which it plans to sell around the world.

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Russian hackers broke into Ukrainian military IT system: security service

Russian hackers broke into the IT systems of more than 100 military and state institutions in western Ukraine, a statement by the state security service (SBU) said on Friday.

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Britain to force broadband providers to tell customers their best deals

Broadband providers in Britain will have to tell customers about their best deals under planned new rules from telecoms regulator Ofcom aimed at tackling a 'loyalty penalty' that makes it difficult for long-standing customers to get the cheapest package.

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GE's digital unit to sell majority stake in ServiceMax

General Electric Co on Thursday said its digital unit would sell a majority stake in ServiceMax, a cloud-based provider of software used in inventory and workforce management, to technology-focused private equity firm Silver Lake.

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Bitcoin ransoms just are not what they used to be

The people behind a rash of bomb threats made across the United States and Canada on Thursday demanded a $20,000 ransom to be paid in bitcoin. Authorities said none of the threats - emailed to hundreds of businesses, public offices and schools - appeared credible.

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Evidence of Apple switch ruled inadmissible in Qualcomm antitrust case

A federal judge on Thursday ruled that evidence provided by chip supplier Qualcomm Inc that major phone makers like Apple Inc have moved to competing suppliers like Intel Corp cannot be used to fight allegations Qualcomm acted to preserve a monopoly on some mobile phone chips.

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Pantera says some tokens in portfolio likely noncompliant with SEC rules

U.S. blockchain investment firm Pantera Capital said on Thursday approximately a quarter of the fund's capital was invested in projects or digital assets that may not have been compliant with U.S. securities regulations.

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Apple plans new $1 billion campus for Austin, Texas

Apple Inc said on Thursday it would spend $1 billion to build a second campus in Austin, Texas, that will house up to 15,000 workers as part of a broader push by U.S. companies to create more domestic jobs.

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Adobe's quarterly revenue surges 23 percent

Adobe Systems Inc on Thursday reported a 22.8 percent rise in quarterly revenue, helped by higher subscriptions for its flagship Creative Cloud suite of software that includes Photoshop.

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Cryptocurrency project Basis to shut down and return funding to investors

Basis, a cryptocurrency project that in April announced it had raised $133 million from a slew of high profile investors, said on Thursday that it was shutting down and returning the funds to its backers because of regulatory concerns.

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