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Apple plans Web TV service in fall. The Wall Street Journal reports: “The service would have about 25 channels, anchored by broadcasters such as ABC, CBS and Fox and would be available on Apple devices such as the Apple TV, they said.”

Cablevision to offer HBO Now to broadband-only customers. "Cablevision Systems is the first pay-TV provider to agree to offer HBO’s standalone Internet-streaming service — without having to also buy a TV package,” according to Variety.

Apple Pay and banks tussle over fraud. "Some of the nation’s banks are privately complaining that Apple Pay may not be so great after all," the New York Times reports. "But the banks may largely have themselves to blame.”

FBI's plan to expand hacking power advances despite privacy fears. "A judicial advisory panel Monday quietly approved a rule change that will broaden the FBI's hacking authority," according to National Journal, "despite fears raised by Google that the amended language represents a 'monumental' constitutional concern.”

At discrimination trial, Meeker says Kleiner Perkins is fair to women. "Mary Meeker, once dubbed the 'Queen of the ’Net,' took the witness stand at a high-profile sex-discrimination trial Monday," reports the Wall Street Journal. "'Kleiner Perkins is the best place to be a woman in the business,' she said directly to the jury."

On Our Radar:

PLAY: "Sid Meier's Starships." Here's our review.
WATCH: FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler goes before Congress to defend his net neutrality rules.

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