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Elon Musk is Asking for Trouble Again & Google Goes Hands-Free: 4 Things to Know Today

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1. Uber takes consumer privacy to another level. The taxi hailing giant is planning to launch a new feature to allow the drivers and customers interact without sharing their numbers.

2. Elon Musk ignites another controversy. Days after being sued by US Securities and Exchange Commission, the Tesla founder called SEC, Shortseller Enrichment Commission in a mocking tweet. 

3. Your face to soon act as your boarding pass. Indian government has confirmed the plans of introducing facial recognition technology at domestic airports.

4. Google goes hands-free. In a bid to support individuals with motor and mobility impairments, the tech giant has launched an app called Voice Access.

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