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Wyze server leak exposes customer data of 2.4 million users
The Verge
published ago
The breach was disclosed on December 26th.
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Bernie Sanders thanks popular Facebook teen meme group for endorsement
The Verge
published ago
The teens are, accordingly, freaking out.
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Police arrest member of group that hijacked Jack Dorsey's Twitter account
Engadget
published ago
The teen was part of a campaign that targeted celebrities.
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Samsung teases a new foldable smartphone that shuts like an old flip phone
CNBC
published ago
Samsung showed off the foldable flip phone concept in a video at its developer conference on Tuesday.
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WeWork accounted for 69% of coworking space leases in third quarter, even as crisis loomed
CNBC
published ago
Far from slowing down after losing over $900 million in the first half of the year, WeWork's ambitions were only growing in the third quarter.
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Dodgy Google Chrome extension reportedly causes $16K crypto theft
The Next Web
published ago
A malicious Google Chrome extension has reportedly cost one user Ledger user around $16,000 worth of the cryptocurrency Zcash.
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3 Top Stocks to Buy in December | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Put these great growth stocks in your Christmas stocking.
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2 Growth Stocks Capitalizing On The Gig Economy To Buy In 2020 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
More Americans are taking on side hustles like driving for rideshare services, taking paid surveys, or freelancing. Check out two companies cashing in on this workforce trend
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Why Wynn Resorts Stock Popped 14.9% in December | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Potentially good news in Macau left the casino chain rallying.
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Wall Street Has Given Up on These 3 Stocks, and That's a Huge Mistake | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Value investing is all about being willing to buy solid companies when the market throws a sale.
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Uberflip acquires SnapApp for smarter content targeting – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Uberflip is acquiring SnapApp, bringing together two startups that promise to help marketers use their content more effectively. President and Chief Marketing Officer Randy Frisch argued that Uberflip focuses on content experience, not content marketing. In other words, it’s not selling produ…
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Watch Out for These Science Events in 2020
Scientific American
published ago
A Mars invasion, a climate meeting and human–animal hybrids are set to shape the research agenda
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Top 5 enterprise technologies of the decade
TechRepublic
published ago
Manufacturing IoT, video conferencing, and cloud computing are just some of the biggest advancements of the decade. Tom Merritt lists the five top enterprise technologies of the 2010s.
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Wearable industrial tech is coming to a production line near you
TechRepublic
published ago
From VR training to heads-up schematics, industrial wearables may be the wave of the future.
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What Happened in the Stock Market Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Earnings reports from Kohl's and TJX Companies got very different receptions from investors.
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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare — The single-player campaign begins with a couple of blasts
VentureBeat
published ago
Dean Takahashi of GamesBeat plays the beginning of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. It isn't pretty, with a bomb going off in Picadilly Circus.
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Bloomberg’s Matt Levine explains Wall Street, WeWork, and how to leave Goldman Sachs for a much lower-paying job
Recode
published ago
The "Money Stuff" columnist comes to Recode Media.
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The Game Awards will run a 48-hour demo 'festival'
Engadget
published ago
'System Shock' and other indie titles will be available to try, but only briefly.
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Facebook hopes a new logo will distract you from its problems
Engadget
published ago
It may be clearer where Instagram and WhatsApp come from.
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Amazon is responsible for most Big Tech job growth since 2000
CNBC
published ago
The five tech giants in the U.S., Facebook, Alphabet, Microsoft, Apple and Amazon, have put more than 1 million people to work between 2000 and 2018. While Amazon has generated more jobs than any of the other firms included in the analysis, Amazon is also the only company that reports both full- and part-time employees.
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Why Twitter whiffed — and why it may not get better soon
CNBC
published ago
Twitter's working to fix its ad product to promote mobile apps, but won't give a timeline to when it's coming out.
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Cambridge Analytica email chain with Facebook sheds new light on data misuse scandal – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Cambridge Analytica whistleblower Brittany Kaiser has released new documents today that illuminate the initial jockeying between the company and Facebook as they discussed the need for Cambridge Analytica to delete data associated with 87 million Facebook users’ profiles. The data was imprope…
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This map shows how Amazon's warehouses are rapidly expanding across the country
CNBC
published ago
Within the last two decades, Amazon fulfillment centers have popped up in almost every corner of the U.S., as the company pushes to bring items closer to customers to enable faster deliveries.
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Why 10 percent of all Google Search results are changing
The Verge
published ago
Say hello to BERT
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Facebook finally lets you banish nav bar tabs & red dots – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Are those red notification dots on your Facebook home screen driving you crazy? Sick of Facebook Marketplace wasting your screen space? Now you can control what appears in the Facebook app’s navigation bar thanks to a new option called Shortcut Bar Settings. Over the weekend TechCrunch spotte…
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Uber expands its Pro reward scheme to Uber Eats delivery people
Engadget
published ago
Top-rated drivers and delivery partners can get free online college tuition and free Subway food.
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Amazon discounts the Echo Show 8 by $30 before it's available
Engadget
published ago
The company is also offering discounted bundles.
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The automatic trash can is here
The Verge
published ago
Townew ties off the bag when full and pulls a new bag into place
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'MLB The Show' will reach non-PlayStation platforms by 2021
Engadget
published ago
'MLB: The Show' will no longer be a PlayStation exclusive starting in 2021.
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NASA set to reveal findings from its Parker Solar Probe tomorrow
Engadget
published ago
Parker Solar Probe's first research results will be published in 'Nature.'
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2 Big Benefits of Facebook's New Payments Platform | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Facebook Pay allows users to pay friends and businesses across all of the social giant's apps.
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Does Your AI Have Users’ Best Interests at Heart?
Harvard Business Review
published ago
The law doesn’t always provide clear ethical boundaries.
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Is Google Amazon's Biggest Competitor? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The Alphabet unit has quietly become the essential partner for any retailer that wants to make headway in e-commerce.
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Keywee introduces a new Loyalty Score to help publishers reach the most valuable readers – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
I don’t want to hurt your feelings, but here’s the truth: Not all readers are created equal. At least, that’s how things look from a user acquisition perspective, where publishers running ad campaigns to reach new readers might end up bringing in a whole bunch of random visitors w…
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What Happened in the Stock Market Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Strong results from Apple and Facebook pushed those stocks higher on an off day for the market.
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Los Angeles-based Luxury Presence raised $5.4 million for its real estate marketing services – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Real estate is a big business in the sprawling city of Los Angeles, and new technology tools to target the industry continue to attract investor attention. The latest of these is Luxury Presence, which pitches digital marketing services to real estate agents and has raked in $5.4 million in financi…
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Porsche tests a four-motor powertrain for electric SUVs
Engadget
published ago
Just which SUV gets it first is another story.
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Smart Timing for a "Grand Theft Auto" Sequel Could Deliver Huge Gains for Take-Two Interactive | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The next entry in the blockbuster video game franchise is on the horizon, but debuting it on next-gen consoles would be a huge mistake.
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If You Invested $500 in Amazon’s IPO, This Is How Much You'd Have Now | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
It's a staggering amount for such a small investment.
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Here's How Much Warren Buffett Has Made on Delta Air Lines | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Buffett's opinion of airline stocks has changed dramatically in recent years. Has the pivot paid off?
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Uber stripped of its London license as regulator says it put passengers at risk
CNBC
published ago
Uber says the decision not to renew its London license is "extraordinary and wrong, and we will appeal."
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Apple lets users delete Siri recordings in new iPhone update after apologizing for handling of user data
CNBC
published ago
Apple released a software update for iPhones on Monday that includes several privacy improvements for Siri, its voice assistant, after a report over the summer drew attention to how Apple handles recordings of user voice data.
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Stock Market News: Pot Stocks Climb on Legalization Hopes; Is a Big Broker Buyout Coming? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Thursday morning didn't bring large moves for the overall market, but there were pockets of strength.
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As Facebook sponsors a Brett Kavanaugh event, a new campaign is telling employees to fight back
The Verge
published ago
Facebook is sponsoring a dinner honoring Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh at the Federalist Society.
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AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon team up to push next-gen RCS texting
Engadget
published ago
America's biggest wireless carriers are finally working together on a replacement for SMS that works more like iMessage.
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Intel’s Mobileye demos autonomous car that navigates using cameras alone
VentureBeat
published ago
Intel released a video of its Mobileye autonomous car navigating the streets of Jerusalem with the help of 12 cameras and, unusually, no other sensors.
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Facebook: Our video selfie test is for spotting bots, doesn’t use facial recognition
VentureBeat
published ago
Contrary to preliminary reports, Facebook isn't using facial recognition to verify the identity of users, a spokesperson told VentureBeat.
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An iOS bug let anyone ‘lock-up’ nearby iPhones – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Apple fixed the bug in iOS 13.3.
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Why Is Google About to Launch Checking Accounts for Online Users? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The company is likely looking to the financial sector to glean more user data.
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Google launches new program for green start-ups as employees revolt over its record on climate change
CNBC
published ago
The company said it will house startups focused on sustainability and climate in 2020.
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Former Uber execs launch virtual kitchen company out of stealth with $17 million
VentureBeat
published ago
Former Uber executives have launched a new virtual kitchen platform out of stealth with $17 million in funding from some major backers.
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Walgreens' Surprising Reason for Its Q4 Earnings Decline | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The pharmacy giant beat Wall Street's estimates, but its earnings continued to fall based on a seemingly odd cause.
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Why AVX Corporation Stock Just Jumped 35% | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Could this buyout offer turn into a bidding war?
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Bunq launches metal card and plants a tree for every €100 spent – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Fintech startup Bunq is launching a metal card called the Green Card. While some banks offer a cashback program with premium cards, Bunq is offering a special kind of “cashback”. For every €100 spent, Bunq plants a tree. The company has partnered with Eden Reforestation Projects to finance reforest…
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Outsight raises $20 million to develop 3D cameras for smart cities and cars
VentureBeat
published ago
Outsight raised $20 million to commercialize its 3D camera that promises more rapid processing of images for smart cities and self-driving cars.
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Microsoft’s full-screen Windows 7 upgrade prompts start next month
The Verge
published ago
The pop-up is designed to get Windows 7 users to upgrade to Windows 10.
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai is now CEO of Alphabet, too
VentureBeat
published ago
Google CEO Sundar Pichai will now act as CEO of Alphabet as well, making him responsible for Alphabet investments and Google operations.
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Tesla claimed its pickup truck was 'bulletproof' — then smashed its windows with a metal ball
CNBC
published ago
"Oh my f------ God," Tesla CEO Elon Musk exclaimed when the glass cracked. "Well, maybe that was a little too hard."
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Twitter bans political ads after Facebook refused to do so
CNBC
published ago
Facebook, by contrast, said it would not fact-check or remove ads placed by politicians, sparking backlash from lawmakers and employees.
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Is Etsy’s Post-Earnings Plunge a Buying Opportunity? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The artisan marketplace remains a solid growth stock as it deals with near-term headwinds.
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Apple AirPods Pro hands-on: I can already hear the difference
Engadget
published ago
Noise is CANCELED.
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Apple buys an A.I. start-up that came from Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's research lab
CNBC
published ago
Apple on Wednesday confirmed that it has acquired a start-up that developed software for running artificial intelligence workloads on less-powerful devices.
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3 things you don't know about policies shaping AI
TechRepublic
published ago
CES 2020 panel discusses regulation, workforce retraining, and artificial intelligence investments
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Senator urges Uber and Lyft to run fingerprint background checks
Engadget
published ago
Sen. Blumenthal also said it's 'central to safety' for them to share details with each other about dangerous drivers.
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Startups Weekly: Understanding Uber’s latest fintech play – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
In this week's newsletter: Fintech's banner year, subscription rental furniture and Particle's Series C.
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NEC's new PC lineup for the US includes a 4K OLED laptop
Engadget
published ago
NEC's American PC lineup also offers an ultrabook and a clever all-in-one.
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Startups Weekly: This year in startups – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
In this week's newsletter: The moments that defined venture capital and startups in 2019.
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A Foolish Take: Amazon Is Catching Up to Google in Search-Based Ads | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Forget Facebook -- Amazon could be the biggest threat to Google's search engine.
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What Happened in the Stock Market Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
On a record day for Wall Street, NVIDIA had a strong report but weak guidance, while Applied Materials pointed to a recovery in semiconductors.
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By Miles, the UK pay-by-mile car insurance app, adds ‘connected car’ policy for Tesla drivers – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
By Miles, the U.K. pay-by-mile car insurance provider, is launching a “connected car” insurance policy specifically for Tesla drivers. The new insurance product pulls real-time mileage information directly from a car owner’s Tesla account and uses the distance they have driven to …
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GaN chargers are still worth getting excited about – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Listen. Chargers aren’t sexy. You know it. I know it. Charger companies know it, regardless of what they tell you in their pitch deck. Honestly, you’d be hard-pressed to think of too many electronic accessories less utilitarian. Dongles, maybe? Cord wraps? But I want it known that I’m still capable…
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The paradox of 2020 VC is that the largest funds are doing the smallest rounds – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
I talked yesterday about how VCs are just tired these days. Too many deals, too little time per deal, and constant hyper-competition with other VCs for the same equity. VCs are just tired One founder friend of mine noted to me last night that he has already received inbound requests from more than …
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4 Cannabis Stocks to Play Illinois' Budding Marijuana Market | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The Land of Lincoln could be generating more than $1.1 billion in annual weed sales by 2024, but there are plenty of risks, too.
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Is Gladstone Commercial Corporation a Great Dividend Stock? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
As one of the few publicly traded companies offering a monthly payout, this REIT has great advantages, but some warning signs as well.
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How Cambridge Analytica and the Trump campaign changed Big Tech forever
CNBC
published ago
As the 2010s come to a close, lawmakers and regulators have their eyes fixed on the tech industry following a series of scandals from companies like Facebook.
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Tesla update gives EVs more power and 'automatic' navigation
Engadget
published ago
You may not need to set your route every time you drive.
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SpaceX's First Rideshare Customer Means Competition for Northrop | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Northrop was first to market with its MEV space tug. But how long will its monopoly last?
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Will Apple Raise Its Dividend in 2020? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Investors have come to expect rising payouts from the tech giant, but will they continue?
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"Tesla Killer" Rivian Wins $1.3 Billion Investment | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
And Rivian's new trucks will have a killer new feature.
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Microsoft moves from acquiring game studios to showing off their games
VentureBeat
published ago
After its acquisition binge, Microsoft is moving on from its feeding frenzy and getting on to digestion. The company is now beginning to show off the games
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Dropbox adds Extensions for Gmail, WhatsApp, Vimeo and more
Engadget
published ago
The Extensions cut out the need for constant app switching.
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Unagi’s $990 electric scooters are getting more powerful — and more colorful
The Verge
published ago
Customize your scooter with almost any combination of colors or patterns you can imagine
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Microsoft granted license to export 'mass-market' software to Huawei
CNBC
published ago
Microsoft said on Thursday it had been granted a license from the U.S. government to export software to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.
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Booking Holdings' Q3 Shows Recession Fears Haven’t Stopped Consumer Travel | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
A slowing global economy means just that: slowing but not contracting.
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Dickinson is the wildest, weirdest, and most earnest show on Apple TV Plus
The Verge
published ago
A show unapologetically about what it’s like being a teenager
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Bosch and Daimler launch self-driving car pilot in San Jose
VentureBeat
published ago
Bosch and Daimler launched a self-driving car pilot in San Jose, roughly a year after the two jointly announced a plan to do so.
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South Africa’s central bank is setting up new rules for cryptocurrency
The Next Web
published ago
The central bank of South Africa is looking to introduce new rules to govern the use of cryptocurrency and digital currency in the country.
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Amazon expands its free return policy to ‘millions of items’ for the holiday season
The Verge
published ago
Amazon’s new policy covers electronics, household items, and kitchen appliances.
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Apple plans software fix for 16-inch MacBook Pro 'speaker popping'
Engadget
published ago
Apple confirms 'popping' problem in the 16-inch MacBook Pro.
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NBCUniversal revealed a critical number about Peacock that shows why media companies are walking slowly into streaming
CNBC
published ago
The ARPU estimate of $6 to $7 showcases how Peacock is a significant new revenue stream but a lackluster replacement for cable revenues -- unless NBCUniversal can save a lot of money on content.
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Microsoft paid $26 billion for LinkedIn, then mostly left it alone—and CEO Jeff Weiner is good with that
CNBC
published ago
There's more to do when it comes to integrating LinkedIn's technology and data with Microsoft's products. Jeff Weiner sees growth and cutting opportunities ahead.
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Arista Network Shares Are Too Cheap to Ignore | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
A rough year has driven Arista shares 39% below its intra-year high. Is this a value trap or a great entry opportunity?
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Top Facebook exec who left this year says political ads should be fact checked
CNBC
published ago
In September, Facebook said that it will not fact check or remove content posted by politicians except with a few exceptions.
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Hitting the Books: What it'd be like to live in a city owned by Twitter
Engadget
published ago
It's not great, Bob
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What Happened in the Stock Market Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Disney and GoPro both outperformed the broader indexes.
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Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Trims Apple Position in Q3 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The Oracle of Omaha tweaks his investment in the Mac maker.
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"Tesla Killer" Rivian Wins $1.3 Billion Investment | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
And Rivian's new trucks will have a killer new feature.
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iPhone update leaves Apple fans fuming over deleted emails
CNBC
published ago
Many iPhone users, including some high-profile people, have vented their frustrations on social media.
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AI Doesn’t Actually Exist Yet
Scientific American
published ago
Many businesses claim they’re using it, but they’re kidding themselves—and they’re kidding you, too
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The Verge Video Game Gift Guide 2019
The Verge
published ago
10 great video game gifts for the people in your life
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After its strongest year in a decade, Apple stock is historically expensive on a price-to-earnings basis
CNBC
published ago
When Apple's P/E was around 10 in 2016, venture capitalist Marc Andressen said in a tweet, since deleted, that Apple stock "trades like a steel mill on its way out of business."
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GPS Is Doing More Than You Thought
Scientific American
published ago
Here are five scientific applications that take the navigation system beyond the map
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Is MedMen Enterprises Stock a Buy? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Could this tarnished pot stock possibly stage a turnaround? Most don't think so.
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Why Zoom Video Communications, PagerDuty, and Yext Slumped Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Even on a strong day on Wall Street, poor earnings held some stocks back.
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Apple's ad agency has layoffs as the company beefs up its in-house ads group
CNBC
published ago
Media Arts Lab, a unit within Omnicom Group agency TBWA that's dedicated to Apple advertising, laid off several staffers Monday.
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Status Audio’s BT One wireless headphones are 40 percent off for readers of The Verge
The Verge
published ago
You can save 40 percent on BT One wireless headphones
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YouTube signs three video stars to combat Amazon's Twitch and fast-growing Facebook in game streaming
CNBC
published ago
YouTube announced exclusive livestreaming deals with three popular live gamers: Valkyrae, LazarBeam and Muselk
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3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy Right Now | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
These dividend payers look like prime opportunities today.
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Roland’s new hardware is a ‘plug and play’ mini studio for smartphone vloggers
The Verge
published ago
Add a little polish to your livestream
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Instagram will start removing influencers’ branded posts that advertise vapes, tobacco, and weapons
The Verge
published ago
Plus, it’s opening up its Brand Collabs Manager to certain creators.
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Toyota makes a big bet on secretive flying taxi startup Joby Aviation
The Verge
published ago
This brings Joby’s total raise to $720 million.
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Analysts raise Apple price targets but warn inflated expectations 'may make the music stop'
CNBC
published ago
Morgan Stanley and Nomura analysts on Friday raised their price targets for Apple stock as the tech giant's shares continue to surge.
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Why Apple Spent Way Less Than Expected on Capital Expenditures Last Fiscal Year | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The Mac maker spent just over half of its capex guidance for fiscal 2019.
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Uber self-driving car involved in fatal crash couldn't detect jaywalkers
Engadget
published ago
Uber's self-driving car that killed a pedestrian "did not include a consideration for jay-walking," the NTSB said.
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Tesla Shanghai reportedly making 1,000 cars per week
CNBC
published ago
Tesla's Shanghai plant started delivering Model 3s this week after just 357 days. Tesla executives told a Chinese newspaper that the plant is now assembling at least 1,000 Model 3s per week there.
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LG's 2020 soundbars add 'AI Room calibration' to optimize their audio
Engadget
published ago
LG's AI push includes using the tech to help its soundbars automatically adjust for the room they're in.
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Airbnb suffers setback in Jersey City as residents vote to regulate short-term rentals
CNBC
published ago
The new regulations come amid a wave of laws considered in cities across the world that seek to regulate the rapid growth of Airbnb due to concerns over how the company affects long-term residents.
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New Virtual Reality Interface Enables "Touch" Across Long Distances
Scientific American
published ago
Lightweight, flexible patch conveys a tactile sensation directly to the skin
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The ‘Amazon effect’ is flooding a struggling recycling system with cardboard
The Verge
published ago
After China’s recycling ban, more cardboard could end up in landfills.
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Nikon finally updates its most popular full-frame DSLR
The Verge
published ago
2014’s D750 is no more — meet the D780.
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Why Oil Stocks Are Surging Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Dual catalysts are driving up the price of crude oil today.
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Microsoft is taking big strides to make Surface devices easier to repair
CNBC
published ago
For years, Microsoft has been criticized for how difficult it is to fix the company's laptops and tablets. But that's changing.
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Slack's Q3 Results Feature 60% Revenue Growth | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
So much for competition weighing on results.
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Verizon’s Los Angeles 5G relaunch hints at carriers’ top 2020 issue: Coverage
VentureBeat
published ago
The top U.S. cellular carriers promised super-fast 5G networks in 2019, but now face the challenge of actually delivering on that hype in 2020.
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Facebook reportedly was in talks to buy Fitbit before Google was
The Verge
published ago
But Google offered twice as much
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Facebook gets into the meme-making biz with experimental Whale app
The Verge
published ago
Facebook experiments as TikTok grows
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Kilometer-Long Space Tether Tests Fuel-Free Propulsion
Scientific American
published ago
The U.S. space mission aims to demonstrate technology that could someday help clean up space junk
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Google's Stadia Faces an Uphill Battle Against Microsoft and Apple | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Google’s long-awaited cloud gaming service should have spent more time in the oven.
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5G won't boost Apple's stock in 2020 as much as investors think, says Gene Munster
CNBC
published ago
Many analysts expect that a 5G iPhone will reignite slumping phone sales that have transpired in recent years as users hold onto their older models longer.
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Nike Kaepernick ads will be among the most memorable from the 2010s
CNBC
published ago
Campaigns like Nike's Colin Kapernick spot and Procter & Gamble's #LikeAGirl" succeeded in changing cultural conversation, proving big risks can pay off in making memorable ads.
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3 Must-See Slides From Kellogg’s Investor Presentation | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Highlights from the snack and cereal giant's latest earnings report.
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Study says YouTube 'actively discourages' radicalism
Engadget
published ago
YouTube may be too eager to court the mainstream, but it appears to be good at reducing toxic material.
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Microsoft announces security, identity, management, and compliance updates across Azure and Office
VentureBeat
published ago
Microsoft announced a slew of security, identity, management, and compliance product updates across Azure and Microsoft 365 at Ignite 2019.
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Tesla will start charging $10 per month for 'Premium' in-car data
Engadget
published ago
Most features will stick around if you're using WiFi.
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TCL's 2018 65-inch 6-Series 4K TV drops to $500
Engadget
published ago
Tonight you can get one of last year's best TVs at a great price -- the 2018 TCL 6-Series 65-inch 4K HDR display is $500 at Best Buy.
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Impress your friends with these secret tricks for the newest AirPods
CNBC
published ago
A hidden menu on the iPhone under Accessibility settings gives you even more controls over AirPods Pro than you'd normally find in the Bluetooth menu.
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Here's Why Amazon Stock Is Jumping Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
With Christmas in the rearview mirror, the e-commerce giant is reporting record sales, but in typical Amazon fashion, of course.
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Democratic Presidential Contenders Chart Different Paths to Clean Energy
Scientific American
published ago
While the frontrunners all want to reduce carbon emissions, their proposed policies vary on issues like nuclear power
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Senior UK judges say cryptoassets, including Bitcoin, are property
The Next Web
published ago
Cryptoassets can be treated as tradeable property and smart contracts are "enforceable agreements" under English law.
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Sony is still trying to make 360 Reality Audio a thing
Engadget
published ago
Sony has a new 360 Reality Audio speaker, but it’s only a prototype… again.
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Give InKind’s smarter giving platform brings in surprise $1.5 million in pre-seed funding – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Helping out a friend in need online can be surprisingly difficult. While giving cash is easy enough, that's often not what people need most — so Give InKind aims to be the platform where you can do a lot more than write a check. The idea is such a natural one that the company tripled its goal for a…
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Uber just sold its food delivery business in India to local rival Zomato
CNBC
published ago
The sale gives Uber a 9.99% stake in the Indian restaurant aggregator and food delivery start-up.
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Sundar Pichai will have to step it up to become the wartime CEO Alphabet needs
CNBC
published ago
As the company searches for its second act externally, and containing its culture internally, it needs a tough leader.
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Microsoft 365 ‘Life’ is reportedly launching in spring 2020 with Office, password manager, and more
The Verge
published ago
M365 Life will reportedly include a new password manager, access to Office, and more.
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TikTok is accused of censoring anti-Chinese government content, again
Recode
published ago
A US teen says the video-sharing platform suspended her account for criticizing China’s treatment of Muslims.
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Why Arista Networks Stock Was Slammed Friday | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Investors didn't like guidance.
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BlizzCon 2019: Every trailer and announcement
VentureBeat
published ago
Every trailer and announcement from BlizzCon 2019. Blizzard has a new Diablo and Overwatch. It's also making new content for World of Warcraft and more.
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Boosted rolls out squishier wheels for smoother, faster rides
The Verge
published ago
And a new set of head and taillights, too
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Take a virtual tour through Rocket Lab’s New Zealand rocket launch facility – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Rocket Lab is one of the extremely small group of rocket launch startups that is actually sending payloads to space, and the company sends all of its spacecraft up from a scenic peninsula located on the East Coast of New Zealand. Why? It’s ideally placed for high frequency launch windows, whi…
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Apple Card Monthly Installments matches iPhone carriers with 0% interest
VentureBeat
published ago
Consumers interested in buying a new iPhone for under $15 per month will only need an Apple Card and an older iPhone to trade in.
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Bluetooth headphones are about to get a lot more exciting
CNBC
published ago
The Bluetooth SIG introduced Bluetooth LE Audio on Tuesday, which is a specification that will eventually let you broadcast your music or movies to lots of other devices.
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J.J. Abrams shows off Star Wars clip inside Fortnite, and now lightsabers are in the game
The Verge
published ago
It’s a different kind of media tour.
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Warner Bros. signs AI startup that claims to predict film success
The Verge
published ago
Algorithmic kino
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After Math: It's sequel season
Engadget
published ago
After Math: It's sequel season
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Trump is lying about the ‘new’ ‘Apple’ factory
The Verge
published ago
It’s hard to imagine how Trump’s claims could be further from the truth.
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Twitter co-founder and early Beyond Meat investor raises third fund
CNBC
published ago
Obvious Ventures announced its third fund of $271,828,182.
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Tesla stock closes at an all-time high over $524
CNBC
published ago
The stock has more than doubled over the past three months, according to FactSet.
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Axsome Therapeutics Shakes Off Post-Earnings Tumble, With Data Barrage on the Way | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The company encountered a delay for its most important clinical trial, but still expects six data readouts for three pipeline assets in the next seven months.
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A robot puppet can learn to walk if it’s hooked up to human legs 
MIT Technology Review
published ago
Robots might be able to navigate unfamiliar environments if they copy what we do.
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Amazon bars Marketplace sellers from using FedEx shipping over ‘delivery performance’
The Verge
published ago
Amazon continues to build out its own delivery infrastructure
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Twitter is bringing twttr’s experiments in threaded conversations to its main app – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
At last year’s CES, Twitter introduced its first public prototype app, twttr — dubbed “little T” internally at Twitter. The app allows Twitter to develop and experiment with new features in the public, to see what works and what does not. The app’s main focus, to date,…
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Chicago’s Sprout Social prices IPO mid-range at $17 per share, raising $150M – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
On the heels of Bill.com’s debut, Chicago-based social media software company Sprout Social priced its IPO last night at $17 per share, in the middle of its proposed $16 to $18 per-share range. Selling 8.8 million shares, Sprout raised just under $150 million in its debut. Underwriters have t…
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Apple Sold an Estimated $6 Billion Worth of AirPods in 2019 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
That could more than double to $15 billion next year.
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2 Stocks That Crushed It on Tuesday | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
It's impressive what a solid quarter or a positive analyst note will do for a publicly traded company.
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Amazon may get law enforcement involved in more counterfeit cases
Engadget
published ago
Amazon is reportedly trying yet another tactic to fight fakes.
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Verve, an events platform based around influencers, raises $60M and rebrands as Pollen – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Influencer marketing and the related area of sponcon have become a cornerstone of how the internet’s wheels spin: personalities attract traffic and buzz, and help shift not just sentiment but often products for brands, giving boosts both to online engagement and commerce. Now, a London startu…
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Scientific American Magazine
Scientific American
published ago
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Could your startup earn the Wild Card at Disrupt Berlin 2019? – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
We’re just about one month away from opening the doors to infinite early-stage startup opportunity. We’re talking about Disrupt Berlin 2019, which takes place on 11-12 December. But today we’d like to highlight a specific opportunity you might not be familiar with — the Wild Card. Why is this oppor…
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First commercial electric airplane completes test flight
Engadget
published ago
The first electric airplane designed for commercial service just made its first flight in Vancouver, BC.
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NY Attorney General sues Juul for deceptive marketing
Engadget
published ago
New York Attorney General Letitia James is suing Juul for its alleged deceptive marketing and role in teen vaping.
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What to Watch When Twitter Reports Earnings | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Can the social network get investors excited again following last quarter's disappointing results?
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T-Mobile promises free 5G to first responders for 10 years after Sprint merger
The Verge
published ago
It really wants to close this deal.
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Don’t Fall Prey to Scaremongering about 5G
Scientific American
published ago
Activists cite low-quality studies in arguing radio-frequency radiation is dangerous, but the weight of evidence shows no risk
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Ubiquity6’s Display.land is part 3D scanner, part social network – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
The world is being mapped in 3D — one brick, one bench, one building at a time. For things like hyper-accurate augmented reality, autonomous robots and self-driving cars, 2D maps and GPS only get you so far. Apple is building its map with lasers strapped to the tops of cars. Niantic has talked abou…
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Virgin Sells Investors a Moonshot | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
If you want to invest in human spaceflight, this is your only option.
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UltraSense emerges from stealth to replace buttons with ultrasonic sensors
VentureBeat
published ago
UltraSense emerged from stealth to develop ultrasound sensors that sense movement and gestures through virtually any material.
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Russian nuclear scientist gets 3 years in prison for mining cryptocurrency at work
The Next Web
published ago
Andrei Rybkin, an employee of one of Russia’s premier nuclear weapons research and development center, has been handed a three-year prison sentence for illegally mining cryptocurrencies at work.
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A New Fintech IPO and Real Estate Plays on Tech and Cannabis | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
We look into some of the more interesting stocks in the financial and real estate sectors.
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Chronosphere launches with $11M Series A to build scalable, cloud-native monitoring tool – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Chronoshere, a startup from two ex-Uber engineers, who helped create the open source M3 monitoring project to handle Uber-level scale, officially launched today with the goal of building a commercial company on top of the open source project. It also announced an $11 million investment led by Greyl…
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Pigeon-inspired drone bends its wings to make it more agile
Engadget
published ago
The PigeonBot could lead to drones that can manage tight turns and fly through turbulence.
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Teslas will soon talk and make fart noises, Elon Musk says
CNBC
published ago
In a clip Musk shared on Twitter, a Model 3 rolls by as the speakers play, "Well don't just stand there staring. Hop in."
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The Best Biotech Stock to Buy Right Now | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
This biotech checks off all the boxes.
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Earnings Miss and Tepid Guidance Crater Amazon Stock | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Profits declined for the first time in more than two years -- mostly because of one-day shipping.
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Amazon’s Echo Flex is a smart speaker for very specific needs
The Verge
published ago
You can plug the Echo Flex right into a wall outlet and turn it into a night light or a motion detector.
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How Apple personalizes Siri without hoovering up your data
MIT Technology Review
published ago
The tech giant is using privacy-preserving machine learning to improve its voice assistant while keeping your data on your phone.
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Travis Kalanick Is Done With Uber | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The co-founder has been unloading all of his shares and is stepping down from Uber's board of directors.
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ProtonMail just added an encrypted calendar to its encrypted Gmail competitor
The Verge
published ago
Paid users can now ring in the New Year with a private schedule
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Automated web app testing startup ProdPerfect raises $13M Series A led by Anthos Capital – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
This morning ProdPerfect, a technology startup focused on web application testing, announced a $13 million Series A led by Anthos Capital. Anthos is perhaps best known for investing in Honey, a startup which recently sold to PayPal for several billion dollars. ProdPerfect, a remote-focused company,…
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Jack Finds its Management Jumping Out of the Box | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The CEO and three executives announced their departure from Jack in the Box.
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Googlers will rally to protest ‘brute force intimidation’ against organizers
The Verge
published ago
Workers are protesting employee activists being put on leave.
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Dine Brands Leans on IHOP in the 3rd Quarter | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The performance at Applebee's, though stabilized, continues to drag slightly on consolidated results in 2019.
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‘Metro Redux’ is coming to Nintendo Switch February 28th
Engadget
published ago
Watch the trailer for 'Metro Redux' on Switch.
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Why Warren Buffet's Recent RH Stock Purchase Makes Sense | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The home-furnishings retailer is a better fit for Berkshire than you might think.
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PayU acquires controlling stake in Indian credit business PaySense, to merge it with LazyPay – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
PayU is acquiring a controlling stake in fintech startup PaySense at a valuation of $185 million and plans to merge it with its credit business LazyPay as the nation’s largest payments processor aggressively expands its financial services offering. The Prosus-owned payments giant said on Friday tha…
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A startup just launched red wine to the International Space Station to age for 12 months – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Space-based businesses don’t all have to be about communications or Earth observation – European startup Space Cargo Unlimited, for instance, is focused on what operating in a microgravity environment can unlock for research and manufacturing. Accordingly, the company just launched an unusual…
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The 2020 Volkswagen Passat is a basic car with basic tech
Engadget
published ago
The Volkswagen Passat is a nice-looking commuter.
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Don’t Fall Prey to Scaremongering about 5G
Scientific American
published ago
Activists cite low-quality studies in arguing radio-frequency radiation is dangerous, but the weight of evidence shows no risk
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The 10 best streaming shows on Netflix
The Verge
published ago
Some of our favorite Netflix shows
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Facebook: Our video selfie test is for spotting bots, doesn’t use facial recognition
VentureBeat
published ago
Contrary to preliminary reports, Facebook isn't using facial recognition to verify the identity of users, a spokesperson told VentureBeat.
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Uber has to pay New Jersey nearly $650 million in employment taxes
Engadget
published ago
The state says drivers are employees, and wants Uber to pay accordingly.
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‘Eraser button’ for children’s data gains support in the House
The Verge
published ago
That’s at least four lawmakers in support of the change
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This 6.2%-Yielding Dividend Stock Continues to Prove It's an Excellent Income Investment | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Phillips 66 Partners' cash flow kept growing in the third quarter, enabling it to continue increasing its dividend.
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Microsoft's new Office app for mobile combines Word, Excel and Powerpoint
Engadget
published ago
Microsoft's new Office smartphone app attempts to put everything you might need in one place.
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Quantum Computer Made from Photons Achieves a New Record
Scientific American
published ago
The limited system made a notable advancement on the road to beating classical machines
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Cannabis Industry Pink Slips Keep Rolling In | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Five prominent public and private marijuana companies cut jobs in October.
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Twitter is bringing back labels for US election candidates
The Verge
published ago
It first added labels to candidates’ profiles in the 2018 midterms.
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Self-driving cars were supposed to be here already — here's why they aren't and when they should arrive
CNBC
published ago
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British banks hit by hacking of foreign exchange firm Travelex
CNBC
published ago
Britain's largest retail banks have been forced to halt processing foreign currency orders after a cyberattack on exchange provider Travelex.
Link • Technology
Amazon’s new area of domination: its own package delivery
Recode
published ago
That growth has come with controversy.
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BuzzFeed hires The Mighty’s Peter Wang as its new CTO – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
BuzzFeed’s technical team has a new leader — incoming chief technology officer Peter Wang, who’s leaving his role as CTO of healthcare community The Mighty. Wang has plenty of experience in the media industry, having served as CTO at Refinery29 and at Narrativ, a startup that helps publ…
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Is Kinder Morgan a Buy? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The owner of North America's top gas pipeline network may be undervalued. Time to buy?
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Google Maps will speak the names of foreign places so you can ask for directions without shame
The Verge
published ago
You’ll be able to use Google Translate within Google Maps.
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Lowkey.gg is an esports tournament platform for adult gamers – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
It’s tough to be a competitive gamer once you’re an adult. Simply fitting tournament time into a busy schedule is challenge enough, but even if you can make the time, where do you go to find other adults who are competitively playing the games you love? That’s where Lowkey.gg come…
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Elon Musk says will design a future Tesla car in China for global market
CNBC
published ago
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the company will open a design and engineering center in China.
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Facebook says a bug caused its iPhone app’s inadvertent camera access – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Facebook has faced a barrage of concern over an apparent bug that resulted in the social media giant’s iPhone app exposing the camera as users scroll through their feed. A tweet over the weekend blew up after Joshua Maddux tweeted a screen recording of the Facebook app on his iPhone. He notic…
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Nanoracks Books SpaceX Rocket to Launch Space Habitat Demo in 2020 (Cubesats, Too!)
Space
published ago
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Sony’s new Back Button Attachment brings customizable paddles to the DualShock 4
The Verge
published ago
One of the Xbox Elite controller’s best features comes to the PS4 for $30.
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These brands want to give you free stuff in honor of Disney+ launch day
CNBC
published ago
Brands including Lyft, Big Gay Ice Cream and Citi Bike are doing cross-promotions for the launch of Disney+.
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Quantum Computer Made from Photons Achieves a New Record
Scientific American
published ago
The limited system made a notable advancement on the road to beating classical machines
Link • Technology
Style Theory, a fashion rental startup in Southeast Asia, raises $15 million led by SoftBank Ventures Asia – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Style Theory, a platform for renting designer apparel in Indonesia and Singapore, announced today it has raised $15 million in Series B funding. The startup says this is the first closing of the round. It was led by SoftBank Ventures Asia, the early-stage venture arm of SoftBank Group, with partici…
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Apple seeks AR headset patent for clear lenses that can turn opaque
VentureBeat
published ago
Apple's upcoming AR glasses could use a pixel-precise version of an established technology to transition their lenses from clear to opaque for AR and/or VR.
Link • Technology
Why publishers shouldn’t trust Facebook News – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Are we really doing this again? After the pivot to video. After Instant Articles. After news was deleted from the News Feed. Once more, Facebook dangles extra traffic, and journalism outlets leap through its hoop and into its cage. Tomorrow, Facebook will unveil its News tab. About 200 publishers a…
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Facebook lost some hard drives in a car break-in, but employees probably shouldn't worry — here's why
CNBC
published ago
Theft of unencrypted hard drives from a Facebook employee's car led the company to announce another privacy and security incident to its employees. For a number of reasons, however, the employees probably shouldn't worry, and the public probably shouldn't be surprised.
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Amazon’s Ring is making its first smart light bulb, FCC documents reveal
The Verge
published ago
Amazon’s Ring is expanding its security lighting system to include its first smart light bulb
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Sea of Thieves has attracted over 10 million players
VentureBeat
published ago
Rare executive producer Joe Neate announced today that Sea of Thieves has had over 10 million players since its 2018 release.
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Facebook says glitch led to rude translation of Chinese leader's name
Engadget
published ago
Google's translation didn't have a problem with Xi Jinping.
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Why Chipotle Stock Surged 94% Last Year | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Shares of the burrito chain jumped as its turnaround took shape.
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Big Canadian bank quashes cryptocurrency exchange rumors
The Next Web
published ago
The Royal Bank of Canada has quashed rumors that it's creating a cryptocurrency exchange. It filed some patents, the rest is speculation it says.
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"Consumer Reports" Now Recommends Tesla's Model 3 and Model S | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The news comes as Tesla aims for record deliveries in Q4.
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Disney+ Could Reach 126 Million Subscribers in 5 Years | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Disney's strong start in North America bodes well for expansion to the rest of the world.
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Save $80 on Sony’s sporty WF-SP700N true wireless earbuds
Engadget
published ago
Sony's true wireless, noise cancelling WF-SP700N sports earbuds are on sale at an $80 discount.
Link • Technology
Artificial Intelligence Is Rushing Into Patient Care - And Could Raise Risks
Scientific American
published ago
AI systems are not as rigorously tested as other medical devices, and have already made serious mistakes
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Are Better Days Ahead for Tapestry? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The parent company of Coach, Kate Spade, and Stuart Weitzman is looking for a rebound after losing nearly 40% of its value over the past 12 months.
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First macOS Catalina update brings new emoji and support for AirPods Pro
Engadget
published ago
Apple also released watchOS 6.1, which brings the latest OS to the Series 1 and Series 2.
Link • Technology
Logitech made a bespoke $200 magnetic 4K webcam for Apple’s Pro Display XDR
The Verge
published ago
Logitech is making a $200 magnetic webcam to go with Apple’s new $5,000 display
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Comma.ai launches Comma Two, a $999 kit that imbues cars with assisted driving features
VentureBeat
published ago
At the 2020 Consumer Show, startup Comma.ai introduced the Comma Two, a hardware kit that imbues cars with assisted driving capabilities.
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The best gifts and games for console gamers
Engadget
published ago
Lots of people are going to be buying games consoles this holiday season. These are our favorites, plus the best games and accessories to go with them.
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That Odd Kroger Partnership With Walgreens Just Got Weirder | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Now the two retailers will pool their purchases by forming a group-buying consortium.
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Amazon reportedly plans bigger cashierless supermarkets for 2020
The Verge
published ago
Get ready for an Amazon Go expansion.
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AI is making progress, but it's unlikely to succeed anytime soon in one key area
TechRepublic
published ago
Commentary: As good as artificial intelligence can be in key areas like perception, it's terrible at predicting social outcomes, says a Princeton professor.
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Cramer compares the Tesla Cybertruck to the spectacular failure of the Ford Edsel 60 years ago
CNBC
published ago
"I just think it's going to be a bit of a bust," the "'Mad Money" host says of the Cybertruck. "I'm calling it the E-Edsel."
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Gravitational nabs $25M Series A to ease cloud deployment with Kubernetes – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
As we move into an increasingly multi-cloud world, there is a portability problem moving applications between clouds. Gravitational wants to fix that, and today it announced a $25 million Series A. The round was led by Kleiner Perkins with help from S28 Capital and Y Combinator. Today’s inves…
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Amazon’s AutoGluon produces AI models with as little as 3 lines of code
VentureBeat
published ago
Amazon released AutoGluon, a tool that produces trained AI models in as little as three lines of code. It's available in open source for Linux systems.
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Why Lear Stock Gained 14% in December | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The auto-parts manufacturer's stock got a lift as the U.S. and China made progress on a trade deal.
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Bitcoin fans just turned their Tesla car into a full node
The Next Web
published ago
If you've got a Tesla, please don't try this at home. Just live vicariously through these Bitcoin fans, better for your car, that way.
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HomePod update adds multi-user support and music handoffs
Engadget
published ago
Apple just made the HomePod considerably more useful for whole households, albeit somewhat later than expected. It accompanied the release of iOS 13.2 with a c...
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Leica’s latest full-frame mirrorless camera has a new touchscreen and more resolution
The Verge
published ago
The new SL2 also comes with image stabilization, better autofocus, and a new control scheme.
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We're live at Samsung's CES 2020 keynote!
Engadget
published ago
Expect more than just smart TVs and refrigerators at Samsung's CES press conference.
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Judge strikes down NYC law limiting Uber and Lyft driver cruising time
Engadget
published ago
The cap would have further limited how much time drivers can spend looking for new passengers.
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Lyft Finds a Partner as a Rival Shuts Down | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The ridesharing consolidation continues.
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Facebook Vows Strict Privacy Safeguards as it Rolls Out Preventive-Health Tool
Scientific American
published ago
The social media giant, which has faced scrutiny over its privacy practices in the past, will allow people to find information about health screenings and flu shots
Link • Technology
Why Shares of Telaria and Rubicon Project Jumped Thursday | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
A merger of these two companies will create the world's largest sell-side programmatic platform.
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Logitech made a $200 webcam for Apple's $5,000 pro display
Engadget
published ago
Your Pro Display XDR might just feel complete with this $200 add-on.
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Ninja is getting a Fortnite skin
The Verge
published ago
It’ll be available on January 16th.
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One in five Americans wears a smartwatch or fitness tracker, Pew claims
Engadget
published ago
Americans may love their smartwatches and fitness trackers, but they're not so sure about sharing health data.
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Hulu debuts a new type of ad that will reward binge-watchers
CNBC
published ago
New ad experience from Hulu will show special ads for viewers when they're watching three or more episode of a series.
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Intuitive Surgical Reports Preliminary Fourth Quarter 2019 Results | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Revenue increased by 22% to $1.28 billion.
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Billionaire clothing dynasty heiress launches Everybody & Everyone to make fashion sustainable – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Veronica Chou’s family has made its fortune at the forefront of the fast fashion business through investments in companies like Michael Kors and Tommy Hilfiger . But now, the heiress to an estimated $2.1 billion fortune is launching her own company, Everybody & Everyone, to prove that the…
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Facebook's plan to label state media is taking longer than expected
Engadget
published ago
It won't say when it expects to finish the election-related push.
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Dow Jones News: Apple Faces Potential Tariffs; Intel Debuts Quantum Chip | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Tariffs are coming for Apple, and Intel is working on scaling quantum computers.
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Why Peloton Interactive Stock Was Sliding Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Backlash against a recent ad seemed to cause the stumble.
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Facebook Vows Strict Privacy Safeguards as it Rolls Out Preventive-Health Tool
Scientific American
published ago
The social media giant, which has faced scrutiny over its privacy practices in the past, will allow people to find information about health screenings and flu shots
Link • Technology
Congressional Democrats demand details on Google's use of patient data by Dec. 6
CNBC
published ago
Google and Ascension are asked for more information by December 6 on whether they took adequate steps to protect patient's privacy.
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AvePoint lands $200M investment to expand market for Microsoft cloud governance tools – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
While Microsoft cloud services such as SharePoint, Microsoft Teams and Office 365 are used widely by large organizations, the products don’t come standard with an enterprise-grade control layer. That’s where AvePoint, a Microsoft independent software vendor (ISV), comes in. Today, the c…
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Reliance Industries acquires a majority stake in SaaS startup NowFloats for $20M – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Reliance Industries, one of India’s largest industrial houses, has acquired a majority stake in NowFloats, an Indian startup that helps businesses and individuals build online presence without any web developing skills. In a regulatory filing on Thursday, Reliance Strategic Business Ventures …
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Facebook’s new Preventive Health tool pushes people to advocate for their health
The Verge
published ago
Now you can check Facebook before your next checkup
Link • Technology
Tesla Cybertruck tug-of-war with a Ford F-150 is high stakes and highly unlikely
CNBC
published ago
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the forthcoming Cybertruck performs better than a Ford F-150. A Ford X exec challenged him to a fair fight. But don't expect a tug-of-war anytime soon.
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Google Search now lets you add movies and shows to a 'Watchlist'
Engadget
published ago
Google has rolled out the ability to add TVs and movies to a 'Watchlist' straight from the Search results page on mobile.
Link • Technology
Meet Europe’s top VCs at Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Learn from top European and U.S. venture capitalists at Disrupt Berlin next week.
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What Happened in the Stock Market Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Client growth and smaller losses boosted Stitch Fix, and revenue is soaring at MongoDB.
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Microsoft hires Eric Holder to audit AnyVision over use of facial recognition on Palestinians
CNBC
published ago
According to five sources, AnyVision's technology has powered a secret military surveillance project that has monitored Palestinians in the West Bank.
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Legendary Bitcoin contributor Hal Finney’s Twitter profile is safe — for now
The Next Web
published ago
Bitcoin fans can rest easy as Twitter has backpedalled on its plans to purge inactive accounts until it can figure out how to memorialize them.
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Facebook research suggests pretrained AI models can be easily adapted to new languages
VentureBeat
published ago
In new research, Facebook scientists suggest that certain pretrained AI models can be easily adapted to new languages using existing techniques.
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Security robots are mobile surveillance devices, not human replacements
The Verge
published ago
They’re built to record, not intervene.
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North will stop making its Focals glasses to focus on its second generation
The Verge
published ago
They’ll ship next year.
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October Mailbag: Everybody Wants a Way to Pay Less in Taxes | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Yes, there are questions from listeners this month about other topics, but our IRS bills sure do attract a lot of financial focus.
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Homeis adds community tools for Mexican immigrants – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Homeis, a startup building networking tools for immigrant communities, officially launched its community for Mexican immigrants this week. Co-founder and CEO Ran Harnevo (pictured above) previously founded video syndication company 5min, which was acquired by AOL, where he served as the global pres…
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SoftBank leads $30 million investment in Accel Robotics for AI-enabled cashierless stores
VentureBeat
published ago
SoftBank has led a $30 million series investment in Accel Robotics, one of a number of AI startups creating automated cashierless stores.
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What’s Still Lacking in Artificial Intelligence
Scientific American
published ago
AIs can learn, and they can beat humans at sophisticated games—but they don’t have the faculty of judgment
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Amazon no longer banning Marketplace sellers from using FedEx shipping
The Verge
published ago
Amazon has lifted its ban on FedEx Ground and Home shipping services after initially prohibiting its third-party Marketplace sellers from using the company over the holiday season.
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Amazon Continues to Make Stealth Moves Into Healthcare | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The company is slowly adding pieces to its business that form a pattern.
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Better Buy: Occidental Petroleum vs. ConocoPhillips | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Is the 7.5% dividend enough for investors to choose Occidental's stock?
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US Air Force Spends $1 Billion on Rapid Rocket Launch Services | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
This money could make or break the fortunes of eight new (and some not so new) space companies.
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Zuckerberg defends politician ads that will be 0.5% of 2020 revenue – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
As Jack Dorsey announced his company Twitter would drop all political ads, Facebook CEO Zuckerberg doubled-down on his policy of refusing to fact check politicians’ ads. “At times of social tension there has often been an urge to pull back on free expression . . . We will be best served…
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Amazon discounts some Echo Show devices to their lowest price ever
Engadget
published ago
It's all in honor of Alexa's 5th birthday.
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Better Buy: CVS Health vs. Walmart | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Which stock wins in a battle between these two retail pharmacy leaders?
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Amazon’s top spokesperson walks back controversial comments for the second time in a month
Recode
published ago
Jay Carney’s latest misstep was an offensive tweet calling out World Series umpires.
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Steam code hints that Valve might be making a Stadia-like cloud gaming service
The Verge
published ago
But it’s all based on a name
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Bellman wants to simplify property management for residential buildings – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Meet Bellman, a new French startup that wants to improve residential building management using technology and a fair amount of human interactions. The startup has been co-founded by Antonio Pinto, who previously co-founded TV Time. “I know this space quite well because I’m the son of a caretaker so…
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Negotiate for ‘better’ stock in equity-funded acquisitions – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Because all equity is not created equal, founders need to understand how to negotiate for better equity when considering an acquisition proposal.
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How Technology Is Transforming Executive Coaching
Harvard Business Review
published ago
For one, it can help track progress against clear goals.
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Google’s auto-transcribing Recorder app will come to older Pixel devices
The Verge
published ago
Following its debut on the Pixel 4.
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Sears Is Closing Half of Its Stores -- but Seritage Need Not Worry | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Seritage Growth Properties has finally untethered itself from its former parent company.
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Hitting the Books: What it'd be like to live in a city owned by Twitter
Engadget
published ago
It's not great, Bob
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Better Buy: Micron Technology vs. Samsung | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Both of these companies have been struggling of late, but which stock is the more likely of the two to recover?
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Chief Justice Roberts wants to know if "OK Boomer" counts as age discrimination
The Verge
published ago
During a Supreme Court hearing, the justice asked whether saying "OK Boomer" is actionable offense.
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Xbox-to-Android game streaming is available in preview
Engadget
published ago
It's only available for Android users right now.
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What’s Still Lacking in Artificial Intelligence
Scientific American
published ago
AIs can learn, and they can beat humans at sophisticated games—but they don’t have the faculty of judgment
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Accel and Index back Tines, as the cybersecurity startup adds another $11M to its Series A – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
It was just a couple of months ago that Tines, the cybersecurity automation startup, raised $4.1 million in Series A funding led by Blossom Capital. The Dublin-based company is now disclosing an $11 million extension to the round. This additional Series A funding is led by venture capital firm Acce…
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Instagram to start warning users before they post "potentially offensive" captions
The Verge
published ago
It’s the latest anti-bullying feature from the platform.
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Former Apple lawyer in charge of preventing insider trading is indicted on insider trading charges
CNBC
published ago
Former Apple lawyer Gene Levoff was indicted on insider trading charges, the U.S. Attorney in New Jersey said in a press release on Thursday.
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Forrester: The 5 IoT predictions paving the way for 2020
TechRepublic
published ago
The future of IoT involves connected trucks, smart speaker displays, and ransomware, a Forrester report found.
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The best smartwatch to buy for your iPhone
The Verge
published ago
And the winner is...
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Motorola’s new One Hyper has a pop-up camera, Android 10, and a $400 price tag
The Verge
published ago
The Motorola One Hyper looks to offer a premium smartphone design at a budget price.
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Jeff Bezos heads to India as Amazon faces regulatory probes and waves of protests
CNBC
published ago
Bezos will face a wave of protesters when he appears at an Amazon event in India on Wednesday.
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Spotify will now make a road trip playlist for you
The Verge
published ago
Spotify’s new Soundtrack your Ride feature will generate a playlist to fill the length of your trip.
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Electronic Arts has earned the Star Wars license
VentureBeat
published ago
Electronic Arts has only released three games since acquiring the Star Wars license in 2013. But those games are a celebration of the best of the franchise.
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3 Surprising Stocks Beating the Market in 2019 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
A beauty products icon, a social networking giant, and pay TV relic are trouncing the S&P 500 this year. You probably didn't see any of them coming.
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'Minecraft Dungeons' will arrive in April 2020
Engadget
published ago
It's coming to Xbox One, PS4, PC and Switch.
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What’s Still Lacking in Artificial Intelligence
Scientific American
published ago
AIs can learn, and they can beat humans at sophisticated games—but they don’t have the faculty of judgment
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5 Extreme Downsizing Strategies To Help You Retire Early | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Read this if you think you can't afford to save 50% of your income.
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Berkeley scientists develop better batteries for storing renewable energy
Engadget
published ago
They have developed a more affordable membrane for flow batteries.
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Is United Technologies Stock a Good Value Now? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The industrial giant is looking like an attractive investment, but a future partner may be a better one right now.
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How a Twitter war in 2010 helped change the way we talk about women’s writing
Recode
published ago
The surprisingly long ripple effect of the Jennifer Weiner-Jonathan Franzen feud.
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Ryan Reynolds (yes, that one) now owns a cellphone carrier
The Verge
published ago
Maybe Detective Pikachu can do Mint’s ads?
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Is Procter & Gamble Stock a Buy? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Potential investors need to weigh the trade-offs involved in owning a consumer products giant in the midst of a multiyear turnaround.
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Don’t Fall Prey to Scaremongering about 5G
Scientific American
published ago
Activists cite low-quality studies in arguing radio-frequency radiation is dangerous, but the weight of evidence shows no risk
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Why Aurora Cannabis, Canopy Growth, and HEXO Shares Sank Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Investors were excited earlier this week about a milestone achievement towards U.S. marijuana legalization. The euphoria appears to have fizzled.
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Facebook’s deepfakes ban has some obvious workarounds
The Verge
published ago
Cheap fakes, parodies, and satires still spread easily on the social network
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Instagram and Facebook won’t stop lies in political ads, but users will get more control
The Verge
published ago
It’s Ad Library will also receive new features this quarter.
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Facebook’s MoCo closes the gap between supervised and unsupervised learning in vision tasks
VentureBeat
published ago
Facebook claims its new contrastive loss (MoCo) approach to computer vision tasks closes the gap between supervised and unsupervised learning techniques.
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What Sent NIO Shares 25% Higher Monday Afternoon? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Delivery totals surged in October, but here's why the Chinese electric vehicle maker is still a huge risk for investors.
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Top Facebook exec who left this year says political ads should be fact checked
CNBC
published ago
In September, Facebook said that it will not fact check or remove content posted by politicians except with a few exceptions.
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WeWork’s workers are organizing
The Verge
published ago
The WeWorkers Coalition announced its existence this morning
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2 Recent Tech IPOs to Bet On for 2020 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The recent pullback provides considerable upside potential for Zoom Video and Fiverr.
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Apple Music dives deeper into concert streaming with Billie Eilish – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
As music streaming apps struggle to differentiate, Apple is making concert video a more central part of its strategy with tonight’s big Billie Eilish show at its HQ’s Steve Jobs Theater. The Apple Music Awards concert will be streaming live and then on-demand to Apple Music’s 60 m…
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How to hear (and delete) every conversation your Amazon Alexa has recorded
The Verge
published ago
Here’s how to see every conversation your Alexa device has ever recorded and how to delete them from your Amazon Echo history.
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Microsoft says North Korea-based hackers were stealing sensitive information
CNBC
published ago
Microsoft said it won a court order that allowed the tech giant to take control of 50 websites that a North Korea-linked hacking group was using to carry out cyberattacks.
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Fight for the Future launches campaign to keep facial recognition off U.S. college campuses
VentureBeat
published ago
Advocacy group Fight for the Future plans to partner with Students for Sensible Drug Policy to launch a campaign against facial recognition at colleges.
Link • Technology
Can data privacy and data intelligence coexist?
VentureBeat
published ago
if we're smarter about what data we collect and how we process and analyze it, we actually don't need anywhere near the amounts of data we think we do.
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Boeing will halt production of troubled 737 Max airplane
The Verge
published ago
It’s unclear how long the suspension will last
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Why ViacomCBS Is Making a Play for Miramax | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Could a “Pulp Fiction” TV series be on the horizon in the streaming wars?
Link • Technology
Quantum Computer Made from Photons Achieves a New Record
Scientific American
published ago
The limited system made a notable advancement on the road to beating classical machines
Link • Technology
Can Diesel Finally Come Clean?
Scientific American
published ago
Fuel injection through Bunsen burner–inspired tubes could cut soot emissions
Link • Technology
Why Shares in Old Dominion Freight Line Rose 54% in 2019 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The freight company's management has wrung every bit of earnings it can out of a difficult end market, and won the admiration of FedEx's CEO in the process.
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What Does the Future of Align Look Like? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The stock has appreciated but is well below its all-time high from last year. What can investors expect moving forward?
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The Trade Desk's Winning Streak Continues | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The next generation of digital advertising is driving the company's heady results -- and the beat and raise didn't hurt.
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December Mailbag: An End-of-Year Influx of Investing Inquiries | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
From fees and taxes to dividends and diversification, the Motley Fool Answers crew has your answers.
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Ubisoft is developing five games for Microsoft’s next Xbox
Engadget
published ago
Ubisoft has five games in development for the next Xbox.
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Zillow Stock Is (Still) Worth Buying After Its Post-Earnings Rally | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The online real estate platform is only just getting started.
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Airbnb officially bans all open-invite parties and events – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
One month after Airbnb confirmed plans to verify all of its listings, the home-sharing giant has announced additional efforts to protect its hosts and guests.
Link • Technology
What we're listening to: Brass Against and 'Gastropod'
Engadget
published ago
Unique covers of Rage Against the Machine (and more) and a culinary deep dive.
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Is Chesapeake Energy Stock a Buy? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Insiders are scooping up shares of the plunging oil and gas driller.
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How Twitch became huge … but still misses Ninja
VentureBeat
published ago
Twitch has grown into a major game livestreaming service over the past 13 years, and now it is poised for more. Cofounder Kevin Lin spoke about it at Slush.
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Vimeo launches short-form social video editing platform powered by Magisto
VentureBeat
published ago
Vimeo has debuted a new AI-powered platform designed to help creatives and businesses produce shareable, short-form videos in minutes. 
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OnePlus adds Netflix to its TVs
Engadget
published ago
Thanks to an update, OnePlus TVs will come with Netflix preinstalled.
Link • Technology
New Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai gets a salary bump and at least $120 million in stock
CNBC
published ago
Pichai became CEO of the Google parent company after the co-founders stepped back from their positions earlier this month.
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Facebook, Instagram ban influencers from promoting guns and vaping
Engadget
published ago
Facebook is closing an ad loophole by forbidding paid posts for weapons, e-cigs and tobacco.
Link • Technology
These biomedical breakthroughs of the decade saved lives and reduced suffering
CNBC
published ago
From cell therapies to hepatitis C treatments to HIV prophylaxis, here are some of the most important biomedical advances of the last decade.
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Animoca Brands acquires Power Rangers game developer nWay for $7.69 million
VentureBeat
published ago
Animoca Brands has agreed to acquire nWay, developer and publisher of Power Rangers: Legacy Wars for $7.69 million.
Link • Technology
Google Parent Alphabet's Earnings: 4 Key Things to Watch | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Will the search engine giant miss earnings expectations in Q4 like it did last quarter?
Link • Technology
Jeep is showing off its first three plug-in hybrids at CES this week
Engadget
published ago
CES attendees can test drive the plug-in hybrid Wrangler 4xe in VR.
Link • Technology
It might be safe to update your Apple HomePod now
The Verge
published ago
iOS 13.2.1 is rolling out
Link • Technology
Xbox-to-Android game streaming is available in preview
Engadget
published ago
It's only available for Android users right now.
Link • Technology
Ulta Beauty Will Survive Despite Challenges of Cyclical Lull and Changing Environment | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The cosmetics and skincare retailer has managed worse lulls in growth, but it is far from firing on all cylinders.
Link • Technology
Share Now, formerly Car2Go, is leaving North America
The Verge
published ago
Share Now will cease service on February 29th, 2020.
Link • Technology
Twilio Disappointed in Q3, but It Wasn’t as Bad as the Stock Action Looks | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Growth was blistering, but investors were disappointed. Now might be the time to buy.
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Tencent Music Entertainment Soothes the Bulls With a Smooth Quarter | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
China’s online music giant continues to generate robust revenue growth and stable profits.
Link • Technology
SoftBank-backed Zume is laying off half its staff and shuttering its pizza delivery business
CNBC
published ago
It represents another black eye for SoftBank's Vision Fund, which has seen a number of its portfolio companies announce layoffs and executive changes over the last year.
Link • Technology
Tesla unveils its Cybertruck, with a price starting at $39,900
Engadget
published ago
Tesla's 'cyberpunk' electric truck is here.
Link • Technology
WolfEye’s first game is Weird West, an action-RPG that marries the Old West with the supernatural
VentureBeat
published ago
The Weird West is the debut action-RPG from independent game developer WolfEye Studios. The publisher is Devolver Digital.
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Amazon is offering 20 percent off certified used and refurbished products today
The Verge
published ago
Save even more on these already-discounted products
Link • Technology
Facebook is working on its own operating system
Engadget
published ago
It's also working on its own voice assistant and pushing ahead with its brain-controlled interface.
Link • Technology
Quantum Computer Made from Photons Achieves a New Record
Scientific American
published ago
The limited system made a notable advancement on the road to beating classical machines
Link • Technology
The future of foldable tablets got clearer at CES 2020
Engadget
published ago
Software and keyboards will make foldables feasible.
Link • Technology
Facebook's Copying Alphabet's "Other Bets" Strategy | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
It created a separate entity for experimental products with the hopes of hitting it big.
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2 Big Acquisitions in the Financial Industry | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Two major brokerage firms are combining into one, and one of our favorite fintechs makes its largest acquisition yet.
Link • Technology
GoPro's Media Mod is an upgrade for vloggers on the go
Engadget
published ago
The $80 upgrade your GoPro deserves.
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Campbell's Earnings Decline Following the Sale of Its European Chip Business | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Organic sales also dipped slightly in the company's most recent quarter, but the year-long earnings forecast remained intact.
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EU tells Facebook, Google and Twitter to take more action on fake news
CNBC
published ago
The EU acknowledged tech companies have taken steps to be more transparent but said "there is more work to be done."
Link • Technology
Top Facebook exec says Trump ran the best digital ad campaign ever in 2016
CNBC
published ago
Facebook Vice President Andrew "Boz" Bosworth said the company was responsible for getting President Donald Trump elected in the 2016 U.S. election because "he ran the single best digital ad campaign I've ever seen from any advertiser."
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Sprint at CES 2020: All in on the Internet of Things
TechRepublic
published ago
Sprint's IoT announcements at CES 2020 center on smart city tech for businesses big and small.
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Facebook’s new Preventive Health tool pushes people to advocate for their health
The Verge
published ago
Now you can check Facebook before your next checkup
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Why Aurora Cannabis, Charlotte's Web, HEXO, and Sundial Growers Soared Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Investors are excited about a new CBD bill in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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Prolific wants to challenge Amazon’s Mechanical Turk in the online research space – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Prolific, a U.K.-based startup that wants to make it easier to conduct online research, has raised $1.2 million in seed funding. The round is co-led by Silicon Valley-based Pioneer Fund, and Altair Capital, with support from various angel investors based in the Bay Area. Prolific is also a graduate…
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Facebook Vows Strict Privacy Safeguards as it Rolls Out Preventive-Health Tool
Scientific American
published ago
The social media giant, which has faced scrutiny over its privacy practices in the past, will allow people to find information about health screenings and flu shots
Link • Technology
Hackers are exploiting a bug in Internet Explorer, but no immediate fix – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Microsoft is "aware of limited targeted attacks," but a patch is not yet available.
Link • Technology
New Tesla registrations in California nearly halved in the fourth quarter
CNBC
published ago
A report released on Wednesday showed registrations in California, a bellwether market for the electric-car maker, plummeted 46.5%
Link • Technology
How Survios has navigated the rocky shoals of consumer VR
VentureBeat
published ago
Other consumer virtual reality game companies have pivoted or gone out of business, but Survios is staying focused on VR games.
Link • Technology
Xbox Game Pass Ultimate adds Discord, Spotify and EA Access freebies
Engadget
published ago
The company is also adding 50 new games to Game Pass, including multiple 'Final Fantasy' titles.
Link • Technology
US may permanently ground civilian drone program over China fears
Engadget
published ago
It's not clear if the Interior Department's worries about China-made drones are justified.
Link • Technology
Does Intuitive Surgical Have Room to Run After Earnings? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Intuitive Surgical announced its quarterly earnings on October 17, and investors may be tempted to take gains after shares continue to climb.
Link • Technology
Can a $350 headband deliver better sleep? – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Sleep is the next battleground on which the war for wearable health will be waged. Smartwatch and fitness band makers have been dipping their collective toes in the water for a few years now, but there’s only so much that can be done from the wrist. I wrote a CES trend piece earlier this week [&hel…
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Uber Eats’ new group ordering tool could boost its appeal for business lunches
VentureBeat
published ago
Uber Eats has launched a new group ordering feature, as Uber's food delivery division plays catchup with rivals including Postmates and DoorDash.
Link • Technology
Why I Bought Shares of This Newly Public SaaS Company | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
In a crowded software-as-a-service industry, I believe Datadog will emerge as a big-data analytics leader.
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Uber’s losses top $1 billion, trumping better than expected revenues – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Better than expected revenues couldn’t divert investor attention from the fact that Uber still managed to lose more than $1 billion in the most recent quarter as the company’s stock fell in after-hours trading. There are bright spots in the latest earnings report, not least that the com…
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FBI and US Marshals warn of heinous scammers demanding payments via Bitcoin ATMs
The Next Web
published ago
The United States Marshals and Federal Bureau of Investigation don't want you to forget about Bitcoin scammers pretending to be people they're not.
Link • Technology
Amazon tells users to uninstall a product that PayPal just paid $4 billion for
CNBC
published ago
Honey works through a browser extension known as a "plug-in" that automatically searches for discounts as customers shop on sites like Amazon. A month after PayPal bought it, Amazon is warning users that it could be a "security risk."
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Coverage of the first impeachment hearing illustrates how the media is falling short
Recode
published ago
Outlets should know better by now than comparing politics to reality TV. Alas.
Link • Technology
Why Microsoft is building Cortana for business interactions
TechRepublic
published ago
Andrew Shuman, corporate vice president for Cortana discusses how the smart assistant has pivoted since it was originally introduced five years ago.
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World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is the MMO’s next expansion
VentureBeat
published ago
World of Warcraft is about to get darker ... or, at rather, more shadowy. Blizzard announce the Shadowlands expansion today during BlizzCon.
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What to buy for your new 4K TV
Engadget
published ago
Some advice on what to get for your new (or old) TV on Black Friday weekend.
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The 3 Best Renewable Energy Stocks to Buy for 2020 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
While renewable energy stocks were scorching hot in 2019, their long-term outlook remains bright.
Link • Technology
Microsoft improves the Surface Pro X with new Edge Chromium ARM beta
The Verge
published ago
Edge Chromium for ARM will run faster on the Surface Pro X than Chrome at the moment
Link • Technology
What’s Still Lacking in Artificial Intelligence
Scientific American
published ago
AIs can learn, and they can beat humans at sophisticated games—but they don’t have the faculty of judgment
Link • Technology
Why Weibo Shares Dropped 13% Last Month | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The Chinese microblogging network operator posted decent third-quarter earnings but its formerly impressive revenue growth is hitting the brakes.
Link • Technology
LG wants smartphone segment to be profitable by 2021, but is vague on how
The Verge
published ago
‘Wow factors to woo consumers’ are planned, its CEO says, but he didn’t go into details
Link • Technology
Facebook Vows Strict Privacy Safeguards as it Rolls Out Preventive-Health Tool
Scientific American
published ago
The social media giant, which has faced scrutiny over its privacy practices in the past, will allow people to find information about health screenings and flu shots
Link • Technology
Uber is being sued by NYC drivers for allegedly undercutting their earnings
The Verge
published ago
A class of 96,000 drivers are seeking repayment for fees deducted from their fares
Link • Technology
Apple, Google and Amazon are cooperating to make your home gadgets talk to each other
CNBC
published ago
The Project Connected Home over IP group will create standards that work across all major smart home platforms.
Link • Technology
Personal computer CPU pioneer Chuck Peddle dies at 82
Engadget
published ago
He helped design the chip inside the Apple II, and even influenced early consoles like the NES.
Link • Technology
Alexa can use smart lights to wake you or lull you to sleep
Engadget
published ago
You can also set lighting routines to brighten or dim your lights.
Link • Technology
4 Reasons Under Armour Will Head Lower in 2020 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Tough competition, regulatory headwinds, management issues, and a premium valuation could cause UA’s stock to slide.
Link • Technology
VRgineers interview: Why it’s making an 8K military-grade VR headset
VentureBeat
published ago
At CES 2020 this week, VRgineers announced a new version of its XTAL high-end headset for enterprise priced at $7,890, including business grade support.
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Why SmileDirectClub Stock Popped 9.5% Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Class action lawsuit falls apart.
Link • Technology
Why you need to pay more attention to combatting AI bias
TechRepublic
published ago
According to DataRobot report, nearly half of tech pros are concerned about AI bias, yet many organizations still use untrustworthy AI systems
Link • Technology
'Moshi Monsters' is shutting down because it runs on Flash
Engadget
published ago
The once-popular browser game will close on December 13th, 2019.
Link • Technology
Donald Trump says he asked Tim Cook to help build out 5G in the US
The Verge
published ago
President Trump has asked Tim Cook to get Apple involved in building 5G in the US.
Link • Technology
Gaming company Razer says it applied for Singapore digital bank license
CNBC
published ago
Razer's financial technology arm has formed a consortium of "strategic partners" that include Singapore supermarket operator Sheng Siong Holdings.
Link • Technology
Weekly Cannabis Stock News: New Jersey Puts Pot on the Ballot | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Voters in the state will decide the fate of recreational cannabis next November.
Link • Technology
Solve, the startup creating an interactive ‘Law & Order’ for social media, raises $20 million – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
When “Law & Order” ended its 20-year run in 2010, it had already cemented its place as one of the longest-running television dramas in history. Its success was a testament to the enduring popularity of a good mystery. Mining that same well of a demand for whodunnits, a roughly one-y…
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Pokémon Sword and Shield review-in-progress — A warm and comfy, but mild, curry
VentureBeat
published ago
Pokémon Sword and Shield are like a mild curry -- comfortable and satisfying, but missing that spice that shows it's something different.
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No Man’s Sky adds a full audio application just in time for the holidays
The Verge
published ago
Make and share music in game
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There’s a new way to tame language AI so it doesn’t embarrass you
MIT Technology Review
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Models can now be steered to generate text based on the topic or sentiment of your choosing.
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Mashup star DJ Earworm ends his decade with two new compilations and a promise
The Verge
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The "United State of Pop" viral star says he isn’t done mashing up music yet.
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In 2020, Qualcomm’s slower chips may be more important than its best ones
The Verge
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Here’s what’s next for Android phone processors
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Here's how Sheryl Sandberg plunged from global icon to just another powerful tech executive
CNBC
published ago
For Sheryl Sandberg, the 2010s saw the highest of highs and lowest of lows.
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Why Boeing, The Trade Desk, and Carbonite Jumped Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
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High hopes are leading some stocks to push upward even on a mixed day for the market.
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Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: Great on the track, good enough for the road
Engadget
published ago
The Shelby GT500 is a powerful track Mustang with street manners
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OnePlus 8 reportedly coming to Verizon with support for 5G
The Verge
published ago
TMobile is the only current carrier for OnePlus in the US
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Panic's quirky Playdate handheld will be available for developers soon
Engadget
published ago
Consumers, on the other hand, will have their chance to buy one in 2020.
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Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite phones are deeply confusing
The Verge
published ago
They have completely different camera systems, for some reason.
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Is Facebook’s billion-dollar housing pledge enough?
The Verge
published ago
The tech giant is pledging to build 20,000 homes to ease the housing crisis it helped create.
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3 Top Stocks to Buy and Hold for the Next Decade | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
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These elite businesses could reward investors with handsome returns for many years to come.
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How to upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10
CNBC
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Microsoft stopped supporting Windows 7 on Tuesday. Upgrading to Windows 10 is easy, but just make sure that your current machine will support it without becoming too slow first. Otherwise, you should just buy a new Windows 10 computer.
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Microsoft is banking Cortana’s success on the idea of a multi-assistant world
VentureBeat
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Microsoft wants Cortana to be an AI assistant for the workplace and really wants people to believe in the idea of a multi-assistant world.
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Kilometer-Long Space Tether Tests Fuel-Free Propulsion
Scientific American
published ago
The U.S. space mission aims to demonstrate technology that could someday help clean up space junk
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Facebook launches new market research app after shutting down its controversial VPN service
The Verge
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It’s only available to US users 18 and older, for now
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Obvious Ventures closes an irrationally sized third fund – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
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Obvious Ventures, the firm co-founded by Medium CEO and Twitter co-founder Ev Williams, announced today that it has closed its third fund “OV3” at $271,828,182, a number that the graphing calculator-owning among us may recognize as e or Euler’s number. When asked whether the firm …
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Wearables Spending Will Jump 27% in 2020, and That's Great News for Apple | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
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The company's long-term bet on wearables will likely continue to pay off.
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NYT: Trump admin set to extend Huawei license again
Engadget
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Without an extention, a temporary license for US companies to work with Huawei expires Monday.
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Project Understood makes Google voice technology more inclusive to those with Down syndrome
TechRepublic
published ago
A Canadian project aims to make voice assistants more accessible by having individuals with atypical speech offer recordings of their voices.
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3 Top Small-Cap Stocks to Buy Right Now | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
An aerospace company, an infrastructural machinery play, and a motion control company are attractive stocks for small-cap investors.
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Twitter now lets you follow topics, not just accounts
Engadget
published ago
You can keep track of sports or stars without following users.
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Forget HP, IBM Is a Better Dividend Stock | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
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Big Blue boasts a bigger dividend, a better diversified business, and a clearer path towards a sustainable recovery than HP.
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Sony’s Ghost of Tsushima will launch in summer 2020
VentureBeat
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Sucker Punch's Ghost of Tsushima will debut in the summer of 2020 on Sony's PlayStation 4 console. The cinematic trailer debuted at The Game Awards.
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Ford confirms its EV crossover will be named the Mustang Mach-E
Engadget
published ago
Ford's Mustang-inspired EV crossover will be named the Mustang Mach-E.
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Facebook Wants to Compete With Everyone | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
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The social networking company is experimenting with a slew of apps across numerous new categories.
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OneCoin lawyer found guilty in $4B cryptocurrency scam
The Next Web
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The US lawyer who made $50 million after routing $400 million on behalf of the OneCoin cryptocurrency scam has been found guilty of money laudering and fraud.
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3 Stocks to Buy and Hold for Decades | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
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No investment is worry-free, but these companies come close.
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Can Diesel Finally Come Clean?
Scientific American
published ago
Fuel injection through Bunsen burner–inspired tubes could cut soot emissions
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NTSB blames Uber’s 'inadequate safety culture' for self-driving fatality
Engadget
published ago
Uber's cavalier culture gets called out in the report.
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Microsoft wants everyone to follow its lead with its new mobile design
The Verge
published ago
Microsoft is aiming to improve mobile productivity on iOS and Android.
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OnePlus's Concept One prototype can make its rear cameras disappear
Engadget
published ago
The cameras are hidden beneath tint-adjustable glass.
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Apple Arcade’s latest surprise is Guildlings, a cute fantasy game from the creator of Threes and The Misadventures of PB Winterbottom.
The Verge
published ago
‘A world of wizards and Wi-Fi’
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2 Discount Retailers To Buy This Holiday Season | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
These two well positioned companies look primed for a purchase.
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T-Mobile CEO John Legere is a candidate to become new CEO of WeWork
CNBC
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Legere has deep ties to executives at SoftBank, which took control of WeWork in October.
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High-End Mall REITs Take a Hit From Forever 21 Bankruptcy | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
The fast-fashion retailer's recent bankruptcy filing is pressuring the financial results of top-tier mall REITs like Taubman Centers and Macerich.
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The best Xbox One games
Engadget
published ago
The best games on Xbox One -- updated for the end of the year.
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Twilio says it got the math wrong on its full-year earnings forecast last week
CNBC
published ago
Twilio's full-year earnings per share guidance is now expected to between 12 cents and 13 cents, instead of the 16 cents to 17 cents originally issued.
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Congress worries sale of .org could harm non-profits
Engadget
published ago
Politicians want assurances this won't limit access to a crucial internet domain.
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HBO Max lands exclusive streaming rights to 'South Park'
CNBC
published ago
All 23 seasons of "South Park" will be heading to HBO Max in June 2020. The AT&T-owned streaming service announced Tuesday that it had secured the exclusive U.S. rights to the satirical animated show in a multiyear licensing deal.
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Why RH, SecureWorks, and Aurinia Pharmaceuticals Jumped Today | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Find out what made one of these stocks truly skyrocket.
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Union Square Ventures leads legal tech startup Juro’s $5M Series A – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Juro, a UK startup that’s using machine learning tech and user-centric design to do for contracts what Typeform does for online forms, has caught the eye of Union Square Ventures. The New York-based fund leads a $5 million Series A investment that’s being announced this morning. Also pa…
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How tech augments the human side of customer service
TechRepublic
published ago
Salesforce's Bill Patterson explains the company's three areas of focus around voice tech for conversations with customers or employees.
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The definitive guide to 5G low, mid, and high band speeds
VentureBeat
published ago
If you want to understand how carriers will deliver several different types and speeds of 5G service in 2020 and beyond, start with this guide.
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Boeing finds another software flaw that might delay 737 Max's return
Engadget
published ago
The newly discovered bug could prevent the 737 Max from taking off.
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The 10 best games for your new Xbox One
The Verge
published ago
You’d be amazed how many great games are on Game Pass
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Hearing Is Seeing: Sound Waves Create a 3-D Display
Scientific American
published ago
An interactive system produces levitating images by projecting color onto a tiny bead as it zips around a darkened box
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The Moog Subsequent 25 offers classic synth bass with modern amenities
Engadget
published ago
The successor to the popular Sub Phatty is smaller, but also louder and grittier.
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Will Aurora Run Out of Money? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Aurora Cannabis has been burning through a lot of cash, and that could be a problem as its share price continues to tank.
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Amazon's Biggest Threat Isn't a Huge Competitor but a Collective | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Companies are finally getting really good at selling directly to consumers, forcing them to question Amazon's value to them.
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Cervest raises £3.7M for Earth Science AI platform to predict climate effects – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Climate risk, including extreme events and the related pressures our environment, are fundamentally affecting the way businesses and governments operate — both tactically and strategically. Increasing climate volatility is causing food supply disruptions and increasing pressure on Enterprises…
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More brands are leaving Amazon, but the strategy could backfire
CNBC
published ago
A growing number of companies are leaving Amazon, but shoppers can still find their products on the site.
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AT&T just redefined the word "bonus" as a $10 price hike for data you didn’t ask for
The Verge
published ago
The FCC will host a memorial service; unlimited and bonus will share a casket
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5 Reasons Infinera Will Head Higher in 2020 | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
This small-cap stock is a hidden gem with plenty of irons in the fire.
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T-Mobile’s 600MHz 5G rollout may disappoint on speed and compatibility
VentureBeat
published ago
T-Mobile is about to fire up its new 600MHz 5G network with new devices, but speeds and device compatibility may disappoint early adopters.
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Samsung's clamshell foldable phone may be called the Galaxy Z Flip
Engadget
published ago
The Fold name may not get use for Samsung's cutting-edge flip phone.
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Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi predicts profitability by 2021
CNBC
published ago
Uber continues to burn through cash, but CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said the company could become profitable by 2021.
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Andreessen Horowitz launches free crypto startup school – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Last month, Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) general partner Chris Dixon announced at TechCrunch Disrupt that the VC firm would run a free crypto startup school. And the company is officially launching its school today. Applications are now open and you have four weeks to apply. With this initiative, a16…
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Nightfall emerges from stealth with $20M for a cloud-native data loss prevention platform – TechCrunch
Tech Crunch
published ago
Sensitive data leakage is one of the biggest negative side-effects of cloud-based apps and services. Today, a startup that has built an AI-based platform that can detect and take action on that data is coming out of stealth with funding to tackle the issue head-on. Nightfall — which integrate…
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Apple's Market Cap Could Close in on $2 Trillion in 2020 -- Here's How | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
A combination of factors could drive the iPhone maker's stock considerably higher in the coming year.
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YouTube’s new gaming policy will allow creators to produce more violent footage
The Verge
published ago
YouTube’s new policy for violent gaming content is a welcome change for creators.
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Your online activity is now effectively a social ‘credit score’
Engadget
published ago
Airbnb is using AI and social 'credit scores' to vet its users... in an Orwellian fashion.
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Hearing Is Seeing: Sound Waves Create a 3-D Display
Scientific American
published ago
An interactive system produces levitating images by projecting color onto a tiny bead as it zips around a darkened box
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Will Luckin Coffee's Growth-at-All-Costs Model Turn Out Well for Investors? | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Luckin Coffee is expanding its number of stores at a breakneck pace. Will this turn out to be a boon or bane for investors?
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Toyota invests $349 million in flying taxi startup Joby Aviation
Engadget
published ago
Toyota will share $349 million and its manufacturing expertise in exchange for a stake in Joby's flying taxi business.
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Dow Jones News: Disney+ Attracts 10 Million Users; Apple Snags a Buy Rating | The Motley Fool
The Motley Fool
published ago
Disney's streaming service is a smash hit so far, and an analyst sees Apple stock going higher.
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Facebook exec erroneously cites The Lord of the Rings when comparing the social network to the One Ring
The Verge
published ago
Facebook exec botches LOTR comparison
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Elon Musk: ‘Teslas will soon talk to people if you want. This is real’
The Verge
published ago
To deter thieves, or maybe just fart in their general direction.
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Trump slams Apple for refusing to unlock iPhones of suspected criminals
CNBC
published ago
"We are helping Apple all of the time on TRADE and so many other issues, and yet they refuse to unlock phones used by killers, drug dealers and other violent criminal elements," Trump tweeted.
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Facebook blamed for Arista's disappointing guidance
CNBC
published ago
Many analysts are blaming Facebook, one of the cloud software and networking company's largest customers, for the sudden slowdown in orders.
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Xbox Game Pass gets Overcooked 2, Pathologic 2, and more in December
VentureBeat
published ago
Xbox Game Pass in December is getitng a number of new additions including Demon's Tilt, Wandersong, eFootball PES 2020, and more.
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Microsoft to launch xCloud in 2020, with PS4 controllers and PC streaming on the way
The Verge
published ago
Microsoft is taking a slow approach compared to Google, but with greater support over time
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Another buzzy fitness brand will soon integrate with Apple Watch