Weekly Rewind: Insane stunt pilot lady, life beyond Earth, $700 self-driving car

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it’s almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this week.

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Firefox Test Pilots can try out SnoozeTabs and Pulse experimental features

Mozilla has released two new experimental features, SnoozeTabs and Pulse, that are aimed, respectively, at making it easier to come back to interesting material later and let Mozilla engineers know about problematic sites.

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Take team productivity to the next level with the best collaboration apps for iOS and Android

If you’re running a business, or merely trying to get a team of people on the same page, then you probably need a way to properly collaborate. Luckily, these apps that will allow you to take your collaboration, and productivity, to the next level.

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Gfycat makes it easier for developers to make GIFs a part of their apps

Gfycat, one of the world’s largest online GIF libraries, has launched a software developer kit that will tap into its growing collection of animated images. It’s launching first with messaging app Tango.me

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YouTube just hit another ‘one billion’ milestone, this one for auto-captioned videos

YouTube revealed this week that it now has more than a billion captioned videos on its site. Primarily for those with hearing impairments, the feature launched in 2006 with the company automating it three years later.

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Is online research taking the excitement and impulse out of car buying?

Most car buyers use the internet for facts, ratings, and reviews, but VR and AR can add excitement to online shopping. A new survey says men and women differ in how long they intend to keep vehicles, but want the same features.

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Verizon renegotiates deal to buy Yahoo to the tune of a $250 million discount

Yahoo’s security breaches are costing the company a cool quarter of a billion dollars. According to a Bloomberg report, Verizon Communications, which previously agreed to pay $4.8 billion for the tech giant, has now renegotiated the price.

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As if it weren’t already enough of a know-it-all, Google just got even smarter

An update to Google’s expansive fact database has augmented its ability to answer questions about animals, plants, and more. The feature is rolling out to Google Search users on the web.

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White House among more than a million websites people have asked Google to remove

Ascording to Google’s most recent transparency report, the company has been asked to take down more than a million different sites. In fact, individual URL removal requests now number in the billions.

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