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  • Michigan's new bill on car dealerships may set Tesla's sales strategy off track
  • Apple removes Bose sound products from online store
  • Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (SM-N915P) with curved display passes through FCC ahead of release

Michigan's new bill on car dealerships may set Tesla's sales strategy off track

Michigan's new bill on car dealerships may set Tesla's sales strategy off track

Tesla, which operates its own car showrooms, is threatened by House Bill 5606. The proposal prohibits car manufacturers from selling directly to customers and requires them instead to sell through dealers.

Apple removes Bose sound products from online store

Apple removes Bose sound products from online store

Apple has removed all Bose speakers and headphones from the Apple Online Store and several Apple Retail Store locations. The reason for the pullout is unclear.

Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (SM-N915P) with curved display passes through FCC ahead of release

Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note Edge (SM-N915P) with curved display passes through FCC ahead of release

The Samsung Galaxy Note Edge with a 5.6-inch curved Quad HD display is nearing a release on Sprint. The phablet has just passed through the FCC for certification to run on Sprint's network.

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