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TC Roundup: New device lets India's driven middle class snoop on the chauffeur

Google cars designed to speed because obeying the law can be dangerous: Google's self-driving cars are designed to exceed the speed limit by up to 10 miles per hour because stubbornly obeying the law can be a danger to everyone on the road. The legal and philosophical consequences of this fact are fascinating. (Venture Beat)

New device lets India's driven middle class snoop on the chauffeur: An Indian tech startup has a new product aimed at the country's pampered middle class – a wireless device to let them keep a virtual eye on their chauffeurs. (The Wall Street Journal)

Steve Ballmer steps down from Microsoft's board: In a public exchange of letters, the former Microsoft CEO announced that he is stepping down from the software company's board, effective immediately. Current Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella thanked Ballmer for his service to the firm, and for his "support" during his early days as CEO.  (Tech Crunch)​

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