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Analysis Ties Hacking of Bezos’ Phone to Saudi Leader’s Account (Wed, 22 Jan 2020)
Investigators said the phone of Jeff Bezos, the Amazon chief, began behaving strangely after he received a video from Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s WhatsApp account.
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This Company Says It Will Fix Your Smile. It May Shush You if It Doesn’t. (Tue, 21 Jan 2020)
SmileDirectClub, which sells teeth aligners online, has worked to limit information about customer dissatisfaction.
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Britain Plans Vast Privacy Protections for Children (Tue, 21 Jan 2020)
New rules will require online services to overhaul how they treat the personal details of children in the country.
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Uber Sells Food Delivery Business in India (Mon, 20 Jan 2020)
The ride-hailing giant agreed to sell Uber Eats in India to rival Zomato, continuing its recent efforts to exit money-losing businesses.
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G.M.’s Cruise Unveils a Self-Driving Car. Don’t Look for It on Roads. (Wed, 22 Jan 2020)
The futuristic Origin, which seats six passengers and lacks a steering wheel, will require intensive testing and regulatory scrutiny before it can hit the streets.
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Netflix Reports a Subscriber Bump as Disney Poses a New Threat (Tue, 21 Jan 2020)
The streaming giant behind “The Crown” and “The Irishman” now has more than 167 million subscribers around the world.
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Glenn Greenwald Charged With Cybercrimes in Brazil (Wed, 22 Jan 2020)
Mr. Greenwald is accused of being part of a “criminal investigation” that hacked into the cellphones of prosecutors and public officials.
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Alone on a Mountaintop, Awaiting a Very Hard Rain (Tue, 21 Jan 2020)
Decades ago, Armenian scientists built a high-elevation trap to catch and study cosmic rays. Physics has mostly moved on, but the station persists — a ghost observatory with a skeleton crew.
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India Targets Jeff Bezos Over Amazon and Washington Post (Mon, 20 Jan 2020)
Like Trump, India is pressuring both of Mr. Bezos’ businesses as its leaders become more nationalistic toward foreign companies and news media.
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How Boeing’s Responsibility in a Deadly Crash ‘Got Buried’ (Tue, 21 Jan 2020)
A study that blasted Boeing after a 2009 accident was never made public. Other criticisms were tempered by investigators after the company and U.S. safety officials objected.
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Trump’s China Deal Creates Collateral Damage for Tech Firms (Mon, 20 Jan 2020)
Micron secured some gains from the China deal but it may end up suffering bigger losses from the broader U.S.-China battle.
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Unmasking a Company That Wants to Unmask Us All (Mon, 20 Jan 2020)
I reported on an app, created by the company Clearview AI, that can identify people in seconds using a trove of photos collected from across the web.
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SpaceX’s Explosive Test May Launch Year of Renewed Human Spaceflight (Sun, 19 Jan 2020)
A NASA program could be ready to launch astronauts to orbit once again, and the number of people traveling to space could surge.
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Who’s Watching Your Porch? (Mon, 20 Jan 2020)
Ring offers a front-door view of a country where millions of Amazon customers use Amazon cameras to watch Amazon contractors deliver Amazon packages.
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Facebook Apologizes for Vulgar Translation of Chinese Leader’s Name (Sun, 19 Jan 2020)
“This should not have happened and we are taking steps to ensure it doesn’t happen again,” the company said.
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The Secretive Company That Might End Privacy as We Know It (Sat, 18 Jan 2020)
A little-known start-up helps law enforcement match photos of unknown people to their online images — and “might lead to a dystopian future or something,” a backer says.
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Please Stop Big Tech, Small Rivals Tell Lawmakers (Fri, 17 Jan 2020)
Until Friday, few executives had complained in public about how Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook hurt their businesses.
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Panicking About Your Kids’ Phones? New Research Says Don’t (Fri, 17 Jan 2020)
A growing number of academics are challenging assumptions about the negative effects of social media and smartphones on children.
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Avoiding Carsickness When the Cars Drive Themselves (Tue, 21 Jan 2020)
If the future lets people focus on work instead of driving during the daily commute, many of us will have to conquer motion sickness to read memos (or tweets). Researchers are working on some fixes.
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This Is the Guy Who's Taking Away the Instagram Likes (Tue, 21 Jan 2020)
Adam Mosseri, chieftain of Instagram, wants to keep the platform a safe, special space. That means learning from the mistakes of its parent company: Facebook.
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An Old Army Myth That Went Unchallenged for Too Long (Fri, 17 Jan 2020)
A Times reporter explains how he started investigating a gulf war-era tale of artillery superiority and its questionable origins.
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Does the F.B.I. Need Apple to Hack Into iPhones? (Fri, 17 Jan 2020)
There are tools to crack into the phones at the center of a new dispute over encryption. But the F.BI. says it still needs Apple’s aid.
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Trillion-Dollar Company: Google Reaches Milestone in Market Value (Thu, 16 Jan 2020)
The internet search giant became the fourth tech company — after Apple, Amazon and Microsoft — to reach the market milestone.
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Peacock Streaming: What to Expect From NBC's New Service (Thu, 16 Jan 2020)
Comcast, a late convert to streaming, is distinguishing itself from Netflix and other competitors by embracing ads.
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In Huawei Battle, China Threatens Germany ‘Where It Hurts’: Automakers (Thu, 16 Jan 2020)
VW, Daimler and BMW sell more cars in China than anywhere else and many already cooperate with Huawei — a dependency Beijing is not shy to exploit.
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U.S. and Iran Are Trolling Each Other — in China (Thu, 16 Jan 2020)
On Chinese social media, where diplomatic rows rarely break into view, people have watched with fascination as the two countries’ embassies trade barbs.
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Gary Starkweather, Inventor of the Laser Printer, Dies at 81 (Wed, 15 Jan 2020)
He originally received pushback from his employer, Xerox. But his invention eventually became nearly ubiquitous in every office and home.
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What’s in (and Not in) the U.S.-China Trade Deal (Wed, 15 Jan 2020)
The agreement includes some wins for President Trump, but implementing and enforcing the deal could be difficult.
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We’re Living in a Subscriptions World. Here’s How to Navigate It. (Wed, 15 Jan 2020)
Subscription services like Netflix and Google Drive are convenient, but we can lose control of our content and data. Here’s how to take it back.
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Bricks Alive! Scientists Create Living Concrete (Thu, 16 Jan 2020)
“A Frankenstein material” is teeming with — and ultimately made by — photosynthetic microbes. And it can reproduce.
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