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May 30, 2019, 2:05 PM

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Nick Summers / Engadget:
Microsoft is bringing its Xbox Game Pass subscription service to Windows 10 PCs with a “curated library” of more than 100 titles; details to be revealed at E3  —  PC players, rejoice: Microsoft is bringing its previously-Xbox exclusive subscription service, Xbox Game Pass, to Windows 10.
Sam Meredith / CNBC:
An open letter signed by 47 companies including Apple, Google, and WhatsApp condemns UK GCHQ proposal to eavesdrop on encrypted messages  —  KEY POINTS  — In an open letter to GCHQ (Government Communications Headquarters), 47 signatories including Apple, Google and WhatsApp have jointly urged …
Kyle Bradshaw / 9to5Google:
Google to proceed with its plan to limit current ad blocking capabilities for Chrome extensions, leaving the current capabilities available only to enterprises  —  Back in January, Google announced a proposed change to Chrome's extensions system, called Manifest V3, that would stop current ad blockers from working efficiently.
Bloomberg:
Source: DOJ is still discussing merger approval with T-Mobile and Sprint, but is demanding concessions to allow a fourth national wireless carrier to emerge  —  - Antitrust officials seek additional carrier with own network  — T-Mobile mulling possible fixes to satisfy Justice Department
Steven Melendez / Fast Company:
The popular password management startup Dashlane raises $110M Series D led by Sequoia Capital  —  Dashlane, the popular password management service, has closed a $110-million Series D funding round and hired a new chief marketing officer: Joy Howard, who is currently CMO at Lyft and will join Dashlane in August.
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Davey Alba / BuzzFeed News:
Facial recognition tech will be tested in a US public school district for the first time starting June 3 in NY, will track people barred from school buildings  —  Testing of the Aegis system begins in the Lockport City School District next week.  It will track sex offenders …
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Jeremy Horwitz / VentureBeat:
In-flight internet provider Gogo says it plans to deploy in-flight 5G in 2021 that will service smaller aircraft on routes in the contiguous US and Canada  —  In-flight internet provider Gogo plans to deploy an air-to-ground 5G network for aviation, the company said today …
Manish Singh / TechCrunch:
Alibaba to invest $100M in the Indian short video app and TikTok competitor Vmate, which is owned by its subsidiary UC Web and which has 30M users globally  —  Chinese tech giant Alibaba is doubling down on India's burgeoning video market, looking to fight back local rival ByteDance, Google …

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