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5. sends personal data to Twitter, Yahoo and Google
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7. AMD looks to its Carrizo chips for PC rebound
8. Price Slump Tests Bitcoin’s Self-Correcting Economics

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4. Nikon announces the D5500, its first ever touchscreen DSLR
5. You can play nearly 2,400 classic MS-DOS games for free right now
6. Intel Shuts Down Russian Developer Forums To Comply With Russia’s ‘Blogger Law’
7. Sony’s head-mounting display will turn spectacles into smart glasses
8. Mercedes-Benz unveils connected, self-driving concept car

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Israel-based crowdsourced transit mobile service Moovit has raised $28 million round led by Sequoia Capital, with participation from its existing investors BRM Group and Gemini Israel Ventures. Gili Raanan will represent Sequoia on the Moovit board.