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Tesla's at the center of a new lawsuit, claiming that the production floor is a "hotbed for racist behavior."

The FDA has approved the first "digital pill," embedded with a sensor so doctors can tell if a patient has taken their medication, including the date and time the person took it. 

And Bill Gates' investment company invested $80 million in a high tech development outside of Phoenix. 

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