Happy Tuesday. Here's a look at some of the top local and national tech stories we're covering today.
No more Amazon Wine
Online retailer Amazon has told wine sellers it will shut down Amazon Wine at year's end, according to Recode. Why? Because Amazon now owns Austin-based Whole Foods Market. In addition to Whole Foods stores, Amazon will still offer wine through its Amazon Fresh and Prime Now storefronts.
More money for Tethr
Austin-based startup Tethr has landed a $15 million investment to fund growth. Founded in 2013, Tethr's offerings use artificial intelligence to analyze customer interactions at companies' call centers. Clients, according to the American-Statesman's Lori Hawkins, include Southern Power, TruGreen Lawn Care and Cargill International.
Encryption really works, FBI says
The FBI has been unable to access data on nearly 7,000 mobile devices it has seized so far this fiscal year, The Associated Press says. That number represents more than half of all the devices agents collected. "To put it mildly, this is a huge, huge problem," FBI director Christopher Wray said at a weekend summit.
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