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Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Google Domains registry adds 90 TLDs, now lets you transfer domains, set custom emails  —  Google's Domain Registrar Expands, Now Works With Google Apps  —  Google is today expanding its efforts with its newer domain registry service, Google Domains, announced earlier this year.

Amir Mizroch / Wall Street Journal:
Silicon Valley companies make side agreements with EU to continue transferring data to US, build data centers in Europe to enable long-term compliance  —  U.S. Tech Firms Look To Data Centers on European Soil  —  Silicon Valley companies say they've been preparing for today's European Court …

Kevin Tofel / ZDNet:
Verizon will add support for Samsung Pay, updating the Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy S6 Edge+  —  Verizon decides to support Samsung Pay after all  —  Nearly two months after saying it was “evaluating” Samsung Pay, Verizon has chosen to support it …

Tom Warren / The Verge:
Surface Book hands-on: terrific trackpad, lightweight as a tablet; the solid hinge makes this feel like a laptop despite detachable screen  —  A closer look at Microsoft's new Surface Book laptop  —  When I reviewed Microsoft's Surface 3 tablet earlier this year I simply concluded that Microsoft should make a laptop.

Frederic Lardinois / TechCrunch:
Atlassian Splits Its JIRA Project Tracking Service Into 3 Standalone Offerings To Better Serve Non-Technical Teams  —  Atlassian, which according to recent reports secretly filed for an IPO last month, today announced a major update to its flagship JIRA project and issue tracking service.