The Switch: The wireless future ties us down more than ever

Trump’s FCC chairman has wasted no time enacting a conservative agenda in his first 100 days; Justice Department opens criminal probe into Uber; Apple plans to spend $1 billion to support advanced manufacturing jobs in the U.S.; Tesla is deliberately telling people the Model 3 is worse than the Model S;
 
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The wireless future ties us down more than ever
If the wireless future is here, why do I have to tote around so many cords?
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Trump’s FCC chairman has wasted no time enacting a conservative agenda in his first 100 days
Ajit Pai has moved swiftly to deregulate the telecom industry.
 
Justice Department opens criminal probe into Uber
The ride-hailing company has acknowledged its use of “Greyball” software and said in March that it would stop using it to thwart regulators in cities where it may be operating without permission.
 
Apple plans to spend $1 billion to support advanced manufacturing jobs in the U.S.
The announcement comes after months of focus by President Trump on jobs, manufacturing and the global economy, but the company’s chief executive, Tim Cook, did not appear to suggest that his company’s decision was influenced by Trump.
 
Tesla is deliberately telling people the Model 3 is worse than the Model S
People are apparently confused about which car is better, says Elon Musk.
 
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