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Celebrity Instagrammers rapped by US consumer body for not clearly stating when posts are paid for by brands

The Federal Trade Commission has sent letters to more than 90 celebrities and "influencers" saying they must be honest when endorsing products on social

Source: CNBC.com

Apple makes artificial sweat to test the Apple Watch so it doesn’t irritate the skin

Apple puts Apple Watch straps inside a jar containing artificial sweat it has made and simulates human body temperature.

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Kobe Bryant’s first TV ad for Body Armor drink airs tonight, aims to take on Gatorade and Powerade

Former basketball star Kobe Bryant has written and narrated a TV commercial for sports drink BodyArmor, as part of a push to compete with Gatorade

Source: CNBC.com

Three new iPhones are coming but the best may be delayed

Apple is reportedly building three new iPhones for launch in September, though one with a new stainless steel body and OLED display may be delayed.

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Cramer’s Exec Cut: The cloud is bringing explosive growth to this company

Jim Cramer spoke with top executives about cloud growth, U.S. alcohol sales and the role of body cameras in the future of law enforcement.

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Axon CEO: Network play on body cameras for US police

Jim Cramer spoke with Rick Smith, who said recent changes at his company reflect a shift to a connected network.

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Axon CEO: Free body cameras for all US police is ultimately 'a network play'

Jim Cramer spoke with Rick Smith, who said recent changes at his company reflect a shift to a connected network.

Source: CNBC.com

Axon CEO: Free body cameras for all US police is ultimately 'a network play'

Jim Cramer spoke with Rick Smith, who said recent changes at his company reflect a shift to a connected network.

Source: CNBC.com

Taser offers free body cameras to all US police

Taser is offering free body cameras to all U.S. police officers, and the company is also changing its name to Axon. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports.

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Taser International, now Axon, to offer free body cameras for every US police officer

Axon's program will also offer an array of supporting technologies to police departments free of cost for a year.

Source: CNBC.com