From Engadget: Google is depreciating the Wallet card at the end of April
From Ars Technica: Reddit removes “warrant canary” from its latest transparency report
From Engadget: Now there’s a $700 smart cold-pressed juice maker
From /r/technology: Reddit deletes surveillance ‘warrant canary’ in transparency report
From /r/technology: Red Hat Woos Developers with Free RHEL and a Container Development Kit
From /r/technology: Affordable Model 3 Electric Car Is Tesla’s Biggest Test Yet
From /r/technology: In 2016, for the first time, solar is to add more new capacity in the U.S. than any other energy. Reports say that 9.5 GW of utility-scale solar will be added to the grid, 3 times more than 2015. This doesn’t account for rooftop solar, the fastest growing segment of the solar industry last year.