TWiT 825: Doin' Tweets - Rideshare surges, Ford F-150 Lightning, Amazon antitrust

05.30.2021 - By This Week in Tech (Video)

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Rideshare surges, Ford F-150 Lightning, Amazon antitrust
Amazon to acquire MGM Studios for $8.5 billion
Uber and Lyft Surges: What to Know
McDonald's in Illinois Offering Free iPhones to New Recruits
Amazon Introduces Tiny 'ZenBooths' for Stressed-Out Warehouse Workers
Amazon sued by DC attorney general on antitrust grounds
Amazon devices will soon automatically share your Internet with neighbors
Helium Networking
Paris's article: More State AGs Considering Antitrust Action Against Amazon
Google employees admit in a lawsuit that the company made it nearly impossible for users to keep their location private
GCHQ's mass data interception violated the right to privacy, court rules
Florida's New Pro-Disney, Anti-Facebook, and Twitter Law
Twitter Confirms Plans for 'Twitter Blue' $2.99 Monthly Subscription Service
2022 Ford F-150 Lightning Pro Gets Ready For Work
Ford Targets Real (Not Cyber) Truck Users With Its Electric F-150 Lightning, Priced From $40,000
SolarWinds Hackers Launching New Attacks, Microsoft Warns
'Charlie Bit My Finger' sold as an NFT, could vanish from YouTube forever
Feeling blue: drug dealer's 'love of stilton' leads to his arrest | Cheese | The Guardian
Apple Delaying Podcasts Subscriptions until June, Promises Improvements to the Podcasts App
Amazon ad revenue now twice as big as Snap, Twitter, Roku, and Pinterest combined

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