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A Paranoid Guide to Fighting the ‘Bugging Epidemic’ (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
With surveillance gear cheaper and easier to use, security experts say checking your environment for cameras and microphones is not a crazy idea.
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What Ads Are Political? Twitter Struggles With a Definition (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Twitter has said it will ban all political ads. But what is or isn’t a political message is often in the eye of the beholder.
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The Work Diary of an Audio Erotica C.E.O. (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
Dipsea’s Gina Gutierrez spends her days setting investors straight and moderating “Hunks Brainstorm” sessions.
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Apple to Ban Vaping Apps From Its Store (Sun, 17 Nov 2019)
A respiratory condition linked to vaping has caused more than 40 deaths and over 2,000 illnesses, according to United States health authorities.
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HP Rejects Xerox Takeover Bid (Sun, 17 Nov 2019)
The cash-and-stock offer “significantly undervalues HP and is not in the best interests of HP shareholders,” company officials wrote.
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For Start-Ups, Cash Is King (Again) (Sun, 17 Nov 2019)
Some are preparing for a potential downturn by cutting spending and raising money earlier than planned. Just as they did before.
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Supreme Court to Hear Google and Oracle Copyright Case (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
The justices agreed to decide whether the search giant was liable for billions in a dispute over its Android operating system.
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The Week in Tech: Algorithmic Bias Is Bad. Uncovering It Is Good. (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
We keep stumbling across examples of discrimination in algorithms, but that’s far better than their remaining hidden.
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Can FaZe Clan Build a Billion-Dollar Business? (Fri, 15 Nov 2019)
They already make every moment into consumable content. What can it become?
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Amazon Protesting Pentagon’s $10 Billion JEDI Contract (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The company said there should be an examination of whether political bias helped Microsoft win the bid.
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Whistle-Blower’s Purported Name Keeps Evading Facebook and YouTube Defenses (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The sites said they would delete posts that include the purported name of the Ukraine whistle-blower. But the name keeps reappearing.
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The Razr’s Back, Flipping Open an Old Love Story (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
Tapping into nostalgia, Motorola announced the return of the sleek foldable phone. Some praised the update, while others sneered at the $1,500 price.
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Apple’s Reach Reshapes Medical Research (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
The company’s tools enable researchers to track huge numbers of people. But doctors do not yet know if it will significantly improve health outcomes.
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Vintage Cars With Old Souls, and Touch Screens and A.C. (Thu, 14 Nov 2019)
“When you drive your collector car you want it to be able to have reliable air conditioning.”
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WeWork Lost $1.25 Billion in Third Quarter (Wed, 13 Nov 2019)
The co-working company’s losses increased sharply as it expanded ahead of a failed initial public offering.
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‘SpongeBob’ Spinoff Highlights Netflix-Nickelodeon Deal (Wed, 13 Nov 2019)
Nickelodeon will create and produce original animated content based on its library of characters for the streaming service.
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Superhero or Supervillain? Technology’s Role Changes Comic Books (Wed, 13 Nov 2019)
The industry has evolved from pencils and inks to computers and tablets.
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Not Streaming: ‘Song of the South’ and Other Films Stay in the Past (Wed, 13 Nov 2019)
The streaming boom will not include problematic films from decades ago, like Disney’s 1946 musical.
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Richard Plepler, Former HBO Boss, Is Close to Apple Deal (Tue, 12 Nov 2019)
The executive, known as an Emmy magnet before leaving HBO in February, is in talks to make shows for a new streaming service.
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Intel Fixes a Security Flaw It Said Was Repaired 6 Months Ago (Tue, 12 Nov 2019)
The chip maker patched several problems in May. Now it is issuing another fix, and researchers say the company hasn’t been straight about its issues.
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The SoftBank Effect: How $100 Billion Left Workers in a Hole (Tue, 12 Nov 2019)
SoftBank poured money into start-ups that use armies of contractors. That has upended the lives of drivers, hotel operators and real estate agents around the world.
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How Laws Against Child Sexual Abuse Imagery Can Make It Harder to Detect (Tue, 12 Nov 2019)
Tech companies are deploying artificial intelligence to detect new photos and videos. But such efforts may run afoul of the law.
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If I Touched the Moon, What Would It Feel Like? (Tue, 12 Nov 2019)
If you like handling tiny glass shards, sure, go ahead and touch the lunar surface. But avoid the rocks.
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We Teach A.I. Systems Everything, Including Our Biases (Tue, 12 Nov 2019)
Researchers say computer systems are learning from lots and lots of digitized books and news articles that could bake old attitudes into new technology.
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What, if Anything, Should Be Done to Rein in Big Tech? (Mon, 11 Nov 2019)
Makan Delrahim, Kevin Systrom and Bill Gates weighed in on antitrust issues.
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WeWork Talking With John Legere of T-Mobile About C.E.O. Job (Mon, 11 Nov 2019)
The troubled office space company is said to be considering several candidates for the top job after pushing out its founder.
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Uber C.E.O. Backtracks After Comparing Khashoggi’s Killing to an Accident (Mon, 11 Nov 2019)
Dara Khosrowshahi compared the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives to the death of a woman who was hit by a self-driving car. Later, he said the murder “was reprehensible and should not be forgotten or excused.”
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Ultra-Black Is the New Black (Mon, 11 Nov 2019)
Scientists are setting dark traps from which light cannot escape. But nature already has built a few of her own.
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On the Internet, No One Knows You’re Not Rich. Except This Account. (Tue, 12 Nov 2019)
It’s easy to look successful on Instagram. Now, getting caught out is easy, too.
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As SpaceX Launches 60 Starlink Satellites, Scientists See Threat to ‘Astronomy Itself’ (Mon, 11 Nov 2019)
Various companies are pressing ahead with plans for internet service from space, which has prompted astronomers to voice concerns about the impact on research from telescopes on Earth.
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Singles Day: Alibaba Says a Lot of People in China Bought Stuff Online (Mon, 11 Nov 2019)
The retail bonanza shows that the world still wants to come to the country, at least when giant buckets of money are involved.
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