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February 29, 2016, 4:15 PM

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Srivatsan Sridhar / Fone Arena:
Raspberry Pi 3 with 64-bit quad-core SoC, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth announced for $35  —  Months after introducing its most affordable Raspberry Pi Zero, the company has introduced the Raspberry Pi 3, successor of the Raspberry Pi 2 that was introduced back in February last year.
Peter Bright / Ars Technica:
$3,000 HoloLens dev kit available for pre-order now, shipping March 30  —  Futuristic hardware finally gets into developers' hands.  —  If you want to get your hands on Microsoft's holographic headset, the company is now taking pre-orders for the HoloLens Development Edition.
Alex Heath / Business Insider:
Apple's general counsel Bruce Sewell submits opening statement for his testimony before Congress tomorrow, summarizing Apple's position in FBI case  —  Here's what Apple's top lawyer will tell Congress tomorrow  —  The battle between Apple and the FBI over hacking the iPhone that belonged …
Justin Pritchard / Associated Press:
Google's self-driving car may have caused its first accident, hitting public bus in California, according to company's report to DMV  —  Google self-driving car strikes public bus in California  —  LOS ANGELES (AP) — A self-driving car being tested by Google struck a public bus on a city street …
Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge:
Snapchat brings Live Stories to the web for the first time during Oscars  —  Snapchat brings Live Stories to the web for the first time  —  Some of last night's most entertaining Oscars coverage was on Snapchat, but this year you didn't have to be inside Snapchat's app to see it: you could watch it all on the web.
Lauren Goode / The Verge:
Brita Infinity $45 Wi-Fi connected water pitcher automatically orders filter replacements via Amazon's Dash Replenishment Service  —  Amazon and Brita team up for Wi-Fi water pitchers  —  Back when Amazon first revealed plans for its Dash Replenishment Service, its automatic-reordering system …
Brian Ashcraft / Kotaku:
Sony stops shipping PlayStation TV in Japan  —  Sony Is Killing the PlayStation TV in Japan  —  The PlayStation Vita TV (aka PlayStation TV) launched in Japan back in November 2013.  Today, via AV Watch, Sony confirmed that it will cease shipping the hardware (in Japan, at least) at the end of February.
Mark Scott / New York Times:
EU and US trans-Atlantic data transfer deal, Privacy Shield, has stricter rules on data transfer, new limits on surveillance  —  E.U. and U.S. Release Details on Trans-Atlantic Data Transfer Deal  —  American and European officials released details on Monday about a new trans-Atlantic data …
Saabira Chaudhuri / Wall Street Journal:
Amazon strikes deal with UK grocer Morrisons to sell fresh food to Amazon Prime Now and Pantry customers  —  Amazon Strikes Deal With U.K. Grocer Morrisons  —  Web retailer moves step closer to becoming a serious player in Britain's online grocery market  —  LONDON— Amazon.com Inc …

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