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Tech looks to Congress for visa and green-card reforms

With the president's immigration action Thursday night, comprehensive reform will be harder to pass. Instead, what will likely happen is the piecemeal approach to immigration, something the tech industry has not supported the past couple years. But tech will have to do Read More →

Sen. Al Franken wants answers from Uber

Now, Uber is doing its privacy mop-up tour. The company has been in a public relations tailspin all week for comments made by a top executive about snooping on journalists critical of the ride sharing firm. As I wrote Wednesday, Read More →

Flywheel raises $12 million to help taxis fight Uber

Despite the quick rise of ride-hailing apps Lyft and Uber, one San Francisco startup is out to prove that the taxi industry is not down and out. Flywheel, a mobile app that lets riders order a traditional taxi cab from their smartphone Read More →

Elon Musk: Rumors about canceling Falcon wing doors are false

Tesla Motors shares slid Wednesday on a new note from Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas, who cut his forecast for Model X deliveries from 15,000 in 2015 to 5,000. "We have adopted our Model X forecasts not only for a 3Q Read More →

Wolverton: Breaking down my new Triple Play costs

When it comes to Triple Plays -- as in most things -- the devil is in the details. As I mentioned in my column this week, I'm in Read More →

Snapchat joins Square to offer payments feature

Snapchat, the messaging app that lets users send texts and photos that disappear within seconds, has launched a money transfer feature. Through the new "Snapcash" feature, the app's millions of monthly users can enter their debit card information and send money to a Read More →
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