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Unions Push F.T.C. to Study if Amazon Warps the Economy (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
So far, the Everything Store has dodged some of the scrutiny dogging Google and Facebook.
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Facebook, Google and Twitter Rebel Against Pakistan’s Censorship Rules (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The battle is the latest skirmish between internet companies and governments over who decides what content should be online.
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Cloud Computing Is Not the Energy Hog That Had Been Feared (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The digital services churned out by the world’s computer centers are multiplying, but their energy use is not, thanks to cloud computing, a new study says.
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Up to 91% More Expensive: How Delivery Apps Eat Up Your Budget (Wed, 26 Feb 2020)
Uber Eats, DoorDash and Postmates might be convenient, but the apps are making you pay a juicy premium.
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The Capital That Ate Wellness Is Going to Eat Your Mushrooms (Fri, 28 Feb 2020)
Venture capital arrives for psychedelics.
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Cellphone Carriers May Face $200 Million in Fines for Selling Location Data (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The F.C.C is set to propose some of its largest penalties in decades. But critics see it as a delayed and tepid response.
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Kazuhisa Hashimoto, 61, Who Created the ‘Konami Code’ Video Game Cheat, Dies (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The code — up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, start — was a famous cheat for players who wanted to squeeze more lives out of their video game consoles.
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Steven Seagal Settles Charges of Unlawfully Promoting Cryptocurrency (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The Securities and Exchange Commission said that the actor was paid to promote the initial coin offering for a cryptocurrency company but did not properly disclose the agreement.
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What Do Those Spotify ‘Top Fans’ Messages Mean? (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
A new marketing message tells people they are big fans of certain artists. But why?
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The Political Pundits of the Future Are on TikTok (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
Teenagers are campaigning, debating and running fact checks on the app. One of them called it “cable news for young people.”
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What Would a Coronavirus Outbreak in the U.S. Mean for Schools? (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
Districts have infectious disease protocols. But few have detailed plans to teach online if schools were closed for long periods.
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Founder of 8chan Faces Arrest on ‘Cyberlibel’ Charge (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
Fredrick Brennan, who founded the site that has given visibility to violent extremists, gave up control of it in 2015 and has criticized 8chan’s current leader.
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Microsoft Issues Financial Warning Because of Coronavirus (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The tech giant said the virus was causing issues with its supply chain, about a week after Apple said it was facing similar problems.
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It’s Facebook vs. the Bloomberg Campaign vs. the Internet (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The Bloomberg campaign is putting out more memes on private Instagram accounts — and running faster than Facebook can keep up.
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New York City May Crack Down on Grubhub and Other Food Delivery Apps (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
The City Council will consider a package of bills aimed at limiting how much food delivery apps can charge restaurants.
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An Orbital Rendezvous Demonstrates a Space Junk Solution (Thu, 27 Feb 2020)
Two satellites docked together high above Earth on Tuesday, successfully extending the life of one that was running out of fuel.
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Should Robots Have a Face? (Wed, 26 Feb 2020)
As automation comes to retail industries, companies are giving machines more humanlike features in order to make them liked, not feared.
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Down on the Farm That Harvests Metal From Plants (Wed, 26 Feb 2020)
Hyper-accumulating plants thrive in metallic soil that kills other vegetation, and botanists are testing the potential of phytomining.
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Tesla Autopilot System Found Probably at Fault in 2018 Crash (Tue, 25 Feb 2020)
The National Transportation Safety Board called for improvements in the electric-car company’s driver-assistance feature and cited failures by other agencies.
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Air Travelers Can’t See All of It, but More Tech Is Moving Them Along (Wed, 26 Feb 2020)
As more people fly, airlines and airports are relying more heavily on artificial intelligence to speed their trips.
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As the Start-Up Boom Deflates, Tech Is Humbled (Mon, 24 Feb 2020)
Layoffs. Shutdowns. Uncertainty. After a decade of prosperity, many hot young companies are facing a reckoning.
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Kanye, Out West (Tue, 25 Feb 2020)
What is the superstar doing in Wyoming?
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Digital Edits, a Paid Army: Bloomberg Is ‘Destroying Norms’ on Social Media (Sat, 22 Feb 2020)
His campaign is testing the boundaries of what platforms like Twitter and Facebook allow in politics. They’re having trouble coming up with an answer.
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Vine Changed the Internet Forever. How Much Does the Internet Miss It? (Mon, 24 Feb 2020)
Short videos are everywhere now. The founder of Byte hopes people are nostalgic for the original six-second video app.
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Google Reaches Document Protection Deal in Antitrust Fight (Fri, 21 Feb 2020)
The company had asked a court for limits on consultants working with the attorney general of Texas, who is leading a multistate investigation.
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Amazon Confronts Criticism Over ‘Hunters’ and Sale of Nazi Propaganda (Mon, 24 Feb 2020)
The Auschwitz Memorial said the show’s human chess scene at a concentration camp was a dangerous caricature, and called for the removal of an anti-Semitic children’s book.
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FreshDirect, After Broken Eggs and Angry Customers, Stages a Comeback (Fri, 21 Feb 2020)
Battling a troubled move and loss of shoppers’ trust, the New York online grocery service now contends with increased competition.
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The Week in Tech: Coronavirus Hits Apple’s Financial Forecast (Fri, 21 Feb 2020)
The iPhone maker, which depends on both factories and consumers in China, could be a bellwether for other big tech companies.
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