On topic: Tech news to know now

Here’s what’s on the Tuesday menu.

A look at how Apple’s spaceship campus is coming along, courtesy of a drone flyover. Apple was supposed to move in this month. (Business Insider)

Uber is adding Mercedes-Benz vehicles to its self-driving fleet. (Reuters)

Sen. Al Franken sent new FCC Chairman Aji Pai a letter about net neutrality Monday. Pai has been a vocal opponent of the Open Internet order. The FCC holds its first meeting with Pai at the helm today.

On Feb. 7, New York’s highest court will weigh whether Facebook can challengereuters.com/…/us-uber-daimler-idUSKBN15F221 search warrants issued for user accounts. (WSJ)

AT&T moving closer to Project AirGig, which will test internet delivery over power poles. (USA Today)

Lego launches app for kids under 13 to share their creations. It’s like Instagram but with more restrictions. (CNN)


Photo: An artist’s rendering of Apple’s Campus 2 project in Cupertino. (Courtesy City of Cupertino)


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