Good morning! Here’s the tech news you need to know.
1. Amazon has finally reached a deal with publisher Hachette. The two companies have been involved in a pricing war.
2. The CEO of Reddit has resigned. It was down to a disagreement about where the office should be.
3. The US is spying on cell phones using planes. The small aircraft are deployed from at least five major airports.
4. Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi is investing in a video streaming company. The smartphone giant has been interested in video for a long time.
5. Luxury e-commerce site Fancy has laid off a third of its staff. There are 15 to 20 people left.
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6. Satirical news website The Onion may be up for sale. It was last purchased in 2003.
7. The FTC is asking Apple about health data collected by the Apple Watch. It wants reassurance that it’s not going to be sold on.
8. Microsoft has fixed a 19-year-old bug in Windows. It has existed since Windows 95.
9. Dropcam employees are miserable after the company was sold to Google. It was acquired for $US555 million in June.
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