According to the Information, Uber used secret software to track Lyft drivers' location and to determine what drivers were working for both Uber and Lyft in order to give them bonuses and to convince them to work only for Uber.
T-Mobile scored big in the 600 MHz spectrum auction, paying $7.99 billion for 45 percent of the available spectrum being sold. That bulk of spectrum will quadruple T-Mobile's low-band coverage, strengthening its signal inside dense buildings, as well as providing better coverage in rural areas.
Elon Musk says you'll get to take a look at new zero-emissions electric semi-truck in September and then electric pick-up truck 18-24 months later. Musk made these announcements on Twitter where he also said Tesla's next generation roadster will be convertible.
Plus, Nintendo gets rid of a good thing, what the future has in store for iTunes, learning to drive on YouTube, and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman talks all about his new Gadgets with Gurman show.
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- Uber’s Top Secret “Hell” Program Exploited Lyft’s Vulnerability
- T-Mobile dominates spectrum auction, will boost LTE network across US
- ELON MUSK: Tesla will unveil 2 electric trucks
- Tesla Model 3 release candidate spied, looks more like a Model S
- NINTENDO DISCONTINUES THE NES CLASSIC EDITION
- Is this the beginning of the end for iTunes?
- Samsung's Galaxy S8 Arrives at a Critical Time for Smartphones
- WATCH: @markgurman gives us a preview of the new Galaxy S8. Tweet him your questions
- 8-year-old learns to drive on YouTube, heads to McDonald's
- 8-year-old E. Palestine boy drives little sister to McDonald’s