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  • HMG Tech News Digest October 18

    Trending News on Netflix Beating Projected Earnings, EU's Top Antitrust Enforcer Moving Against Broadcom, and Details on a New App to Help Travelers Overcome Jet Lag More Quickly

  • HMG Tech News Digest September 20

    Learn all about the latest growth at Zoom, how Facebook and Ray-Ban are teaming up, why it could be good to be a late adopter, and the latest news from Google on their Nest Wi-Fi router!

  • Tech News Digest Sept 13, 2019

    Learn all about GE moving ahead with an AI-Enhanced X-Ray System, Apple's new gaming service, and NASA's next rover for their latest Mars mission!

  • HMG Tech News Digest August 9

    Trending News on U.S. Restrictions on Huawei Tech, Pentagon JEDI Cloud Contract Process, and Digital Tech Changing the Way We Eat

  • HMG Tech News Digest August 2

    Trending News on Apple Shares on the Rise, Capital One's Recent Data Breach, and the Fortnite World Cup Competition

  • HMG Tech News Digest July 19

    Trending News on Netflix Rebound, New MIT Study on Revenue Growth and Tech Expertise, and Amazon's New Employee Training Program

  • HMG Tech News Digest July 12

    Trending News on Amazon Launching 3,200 Satellites, Apple Dropping MacBook Air and MacBook and the Acquisition of Red Hat Being Finalized

  • HMG Tech News Digest July 05

    Trending News on Tesla's Stock Rise, the Next Move for Samsung Galaxy Fold, and When Digital Content Providers Pull the Plug

  • HMG Tech News Digest June 28

    Trending News on Jony Ive Leaving Apple, Tesla Working to Develop its Own Battery Cells, New Digital Currency Plans, and the Internet of Electricity

  • HMG Tech News Digest June 21

    Trending News on Zoom's CIO Focusing on the Cyber Threat Challenge, Facebook's New Cryptocurrency, 5G Smart Phones Posing Potential Health Hazard, and Saving the World Through AI

  • HMG Tech News Digest June 14

    Trending News CrowdStrike's IPO, the Proposed UTC/Raytheon Merger, Bezo's Looking Beyond Earth as Amazon Growth Continues, and Thinking About Data in Terms of Dollars