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Lynsey Barber / City A.M.:
Uber tests fleet of 50 electric cars in London in partnership with BYD and Nissan  —  Uber is launching a fleet of fully electric cars across London in a bid to reduce levels of pollution in the capital ahead of another potential clash with London's transport regulators.


Tom Warren / The Verge:
Lenovo debuts Yoga 910 convertible laptop with 13.9" edge-to-edge display, 14.3mm-thick body, battery life of 15.5 hours, available for $1300 in US this Sept.  —  Dell first introduced its stunning edge-to-edge display with the XPS 13 last year, and now Lenovo is starting to bring a similar screen to its Yoga range.


Eugene Kim / Business Insider:
Salesforce beats in Q2 with $2.04B in revenue, up 25% YoY, vs $2.02B expected, but revenue guidance for Q3 is slightly lower than expected; stock down 6%+  —  Salesforce just reported its second quarter earnings on Wednesday after the bell.  —  It's an overall beat, but its stock …


Katie Roof / TechCrunch:
Box beats estimates in Q2 with $95.7M in revenue, up 30% YoY, vs $94.65M expected  —  Box reported its second quarter fiscal 2017 earnings after the bell on Wednesday.  The company beat estimates, posting an adjusted loss of 14 cents, compared to the 19 cents expected by analysts.


Dan Seifert / The Verge:
Lenovo debuts Yoga Book with 1080p touchscreen and touch panel for typing and writing, comes with stylus; Android version starts at $499, Windows 10 around $550  —  How Lenovo brought a dream design to life  —  Rewriting the tablet  —  How Lenovo brought a dream design to life  —  By Dan Seifert |