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Apple Will Build $1 Billion Campus in Austin, Adding 5,000 Jobs

Apple already employs more people in Austin than it does in any other city outside of its California headquarters. The new campus will be near its existing facility in the North Austin area.Applehide caption

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Chinese Hackers Are Likely Responsible For Marriott Data Breach, Reports Say

Marriott said that for as many as 500 million guests of its Starwood network, which includes Westin hotels like this one in Philadelphia, the compromised data includes dates of birth and passport numbers.Matt Rourke/APhide caption

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Huawei Executive Granted Bail In Canada, Former Canadian Diplomat Is Detained In China

Supporters Ada Yu and Wade Meng (no relation) stand outside the British Columbia Supreme Court on Monday before the bail hearing for Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver.Rich Lam/Getty Imageshide caption

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The Revolution Will Be Driverless: Autonomous Cars Usher In Big Changes

The BMW Vision iNEXT autonomous electric car is previewed at a special event ahead of the LA Auto Show on Nov. 27.Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Imageshide caption

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The Revolution Will Be Driverless: Autonomous Cars Usher In Big Changes

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With An Eye On Oscars, Netflix Sent 'Roma' To Theaters First

Roma, written and directed by Alfonso Cuarón, is being shown in cinemas across the U.S. — but for just a few weeks — before heading for Netflix streaming.Carlos Somonte/Netflixhide caption

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With An Eye On Oscars, Netflix Sent 'Roma' To Theaters First

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Native Americans On Tribal Land Are 'The Least Connected' To High-Speed Internet

Houses on the Navajo Nation sit near sandstone cliffs north of Many Farms, Ariz. New Census Bureau estimates show a low rate of high-speed internet access among Native Americans who live on tribal land.David McNew/Getty Imageshide caption

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Robot Punctures Can Of Bear Repellent At Amazon Warehouse, Sickening Workers

Workers at an Amazon fulfillment center in Robbinsville, N.J., were sickened on Wednesday after an automated machine punctured a can of bear repellent. The warehouse is seen here in June.Bess Adle/Bloomberg via Getty Imageshide caption

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More Potholes, Traffic Jams On The Horizon Unless Interstates Are Fixed, Report Finds

Rush hour on Interstate 10 in El Paso, Texas. A federal report suggests America's interstates are worn, overused and highly congested. It also recommends billions of dollars in fixes.Paul Ratje/AFP/Getty Imageshide caption

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California Gives Final OK To Require Solar Panels On New Houses

California predicts mandatory solar panel installations will add nearly $10,000 to the upfront cost of a home — money that will be recouped through energy savings.Rich Pedroncelli/APhide caption

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Huawei Finance Chief's Arrest Threatens To Inflame U.S.-China Tensions

Visitors pass a Huawei marquee in Barcelona during the Mobile World Congress last year. The daughter of the Chinese telecommunications giant's founder was arrested Saturday in Canada on U.S. request, in a move that threatens to inflame U.S.-China trade tensions.Lluis Gene/AFP/Getty Imageshide caption

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Huawei Finance Chief's Arrest Threatens To Inflame U.S.-China Tensions

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Georgia Charges Iranians In Ransomware Attack On Atlanta

The two men face federal charges of infecting Atlanta's computers with their SamSam ransomware. The suspects have previously been charged in a similar scheme in New Jersey.Jose Luis Magana/APhide caption

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Cuba Extends Internet To Mobile Phones, Promising New Access

Cuba's telecom monopoly is rolling out broad Internet access for mobile phone users this week. Here, a woman uses her smartphone to surf the Internet in Havana.Desmond Boylan/APhide caption

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House GOP Campaign Arm Says It Was Hacked During The 2018 Election Cycle

The hacking was first detected in April, but top GOP officials, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, weren't notified about the attack until Monday, when reporters began asking questions.Jacquelyn Martin/APhide caption

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