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L.A. bans e-cigarettes, Roku arrives in the UK early, the Pop gets his own fan magazine, and more.

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 6 march 2014

Tesla claims it will have a car that can go 1,000 miles on a single charge by 2020. VentureBeat

Cities across the U.S. demand high-speed Internet from cable providers. NPR

Macy’s launches ‘Heart Your Park’ campaign to help community greenery. WWD

Roku launches is TV streaming USB in the UK ahead of schedule. The Telegraph

Appointment service ZocDoc begins a major national and international expansion. VentureBeat

The Weather Channel is developing a morning talk show. The New York Times

Wikipedia hosts ‘edit-a-thon’ to boost number of articles on women scientists. The Guardian

HBO is selling 7,000 tickets to ‘Game of Thrones’ season four premiere in Brooklyn. The Verge

‘Il Mio Papa’  is a new magazine for fans of the Pope.  The New York Times

Yahoo will cease to allow users log in to its services using their Facebook or Google+. The Telegraph

Los Angeles follows New York with its own e-cigarette ban. The Verge

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