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May 23, 2014, 10:25 AM

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Wall Street Journal:
Google's Project Tango developing 7-inch tablet that can capture 3D images of objects  —  Google Developing Tablet With Advanced Vision Capabilities  —  Tech Company Plans To Produce About 4,000 Prototype Tablets Beginning Next Month  —  Google Inc. is developing a new …
Ryan Lawler / TechCrunch:
DoorDash Raises $17.3 Million From Sequoia To Expand Its On-Demand Delivery Service  —  DoorDash is one of many on-demand food-delivery startups to crop up over the past few years, but the company has big ambitions to move beyond food.  Thanks to new investor Sequoia Capital, it has a sizable war chest to go after the competition.
Robert Mackey / New York Times:
Twitter Agrees to Block ‘Blasphemous’ Tweets in Pakistan  —  At least five times this month, a Pakistani bureaucrat who works from a colonial-era barracks in Karachi, just down the street from the former home of his country's secularist founder, Mohammed Ali Jinnah, asked Twitter to shield …
Wall Street Journal:
Samsung plans summer launch for standalone smartwatch that can work as a phone, take photos  —  Samsung Plans to Introduce a Stand-Alone Smartwatch  —  Electronics Maker's Watch Will Make Calls Without Being Tethered to a Smartphone; Expected in Summer Months
Jeff John Roberts / Gigaom:
Microsoft wins right to disclose FBI's demand for info about Office 365 customer  —  In a significant victory for transparency and free speech, a federal judge in Seattle granted Microsoft permission to unseal documents related to an FBI investigation into one of its cloud customers.
Luther Turmelle / The New Haven Register:
15 Connecticut cab companies sue to block Uber, Lyft  —  A coalition of 15 Connecticut cab and livery companies filed suit in federal court Wednesday to block ride-sharing companies Uber and Lyft from doing business in the state.  —  The cab and livery companies, represented …
Vindu Goel / New York Times:
California's AG publishes privacy guidelines, urges websites to disclose “do not track” compliance  —  California Urges Websites to Disclose Online Tracking  —  Every major Internet browser has a feature that lets you tell a website that you don't want it to collect personal information about you when you visit.
Amir Efrati / The Information:
Alibaba Mulls AppNexus Stake as U.S. Strategy Takes Shape  —  In the latest sign of Alibaba Group's aspirations to be a major player beyond its home base of China, the soon-to-be-public Web giant is considering making an investment in U.S.-based advertising technology firm AppNexus, according to people briefed on the recent discussions.

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Microsoft:
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Intel:
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VMware:
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