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Google leased office space in downtown Austin in 2019.

Chances are, if you moved to Austin in the past two years, it was probably for a tech job.

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By Stacy Fernandez

Texas joined the Trump administration's lawsuit against Google, accusing the tech giant of monopolizing the search engine market and controlling how online ads are bought and sold, according to the suit filed Tuesday morning.

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About 50,000 Austin-area users have already downloaded Citizen, a smartphone app that reports real-time police and emergency medical threats. Austin is already one of Citizen's most popular cities since the company soft-launched here late last year.

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The Austin Film Society launched a new at-home streaming service, AFS@home.

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If Proposition A is approved, it would help fund Project Connect, a transit plan that proposes an underground light rail tunnel at Republic Square.

With early voting underway, Austin residents are already casting their ballots for or against Proposition A, a city property tax rate increase that, if approved, would help pay for Project Connect, a $7.1 billion overhaul of the city's transit system.

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Austin is adding a new social media start-up to its growing list of tech businesses—TUBBR.

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Apple stores are now doubling as distribution centers as part of a plan to increase shipping speeds for online shoppers.

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