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Palmer Freeman Luckey / Facebook:
Palmer Luckey says he contributed $10K to Nimble America, but isn't employee or founder of organization and isn't “NimbleRichMan”, doesn't plan on giving more
David Ruddock / Android Police:
Sources: Google to launch $129 Google Wifi router; one source says several units will be able to link together to form a larger wireless mesh network
Michael del Castillo / CoinDesk:
Bank of America, Santander, and the Royal Bank of Canada partner to create a global blockchain payments network using Ripple's distributed ledger technology
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