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Is Huawei a Security Threat? Vietnam Isn’t Taking Any Chances (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
As the world splits along U.S.-China fault lines, telecom companies in Vietnam appear to be quietly avoiding the Chinese tech giant in their 5G plans.
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Google Glass May Have an Afterlife as a Device to Teach Autistic Children (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Privacy concerns caused the computerized eyewear to fail with the general public. But researchers believe it could help autistic children learn to recognize emotion and make eye contact.
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Elon Musk’s Neuralink Wants ‘Sewing Machine-Like’ Robots to Wire Brains to the Internet (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
A San Francisco company financed by Mr. Musk, Neuralink says it has created a device that could one day wire data links directly to the brain.
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The Sad Truth About Sleep-Tracking Devices and Apps (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
Our personal tech columnist tracked his sleep for two weeks with an Apple Watch and some software. Here’s why he concluded it was a pointless exercise.
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Will Hiding Like Counts Be Good for Instagram Users? Test Is Expanded to 6 More Countries (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
The social media platform theorizes that the move may reduce pressure on users.
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Sorry, You Won’t Be Hovering Over Paris Anytime Soon (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
Though the sky is ripe for disruption with jetpacks and flying cars, we are stuck on the ground partly because we want to be.
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Why Are These Mice Hallucinating? Scientists Are in Their Heads (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
New laser technology appeared to trigger particular images in the brains of lab mice.
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Microsoft Earnings: Sales Jump 12 Percent, Fueled by Cloud (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
The strong results indicate large companies are still investing in new technology, shrugging off concerns of a downturn or trade war.
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This New Liquid is Magnetic, and Mesmerizing (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
Scientists have created “soft” magnets that can flow and change shape, and that could be a boon to medicine and robotics.
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8 Podcasts for the Tech Curious (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
Following the latest innovations in science and technology may seem daunting, but these podcasts can help.
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Qualcomm Is Fined Again by European Regulators for Antitrust Behavior (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
The $272 million fine is for blocking a rival chip maker from the market. It is the second time in two years that E.U. authorities have penalized Qualcomm.
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FaceApp Lets You ‘Age’ a Photo by Decades. Does It Also Violate Your Privacy? (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
Some security concerns raised about the app at the center of a popular social media trend are exaggerated, but experts say the developer should be more transparent.
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Facebook’s Cryptocurrency Faces Second Day of Critical Hearings (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
Skeptical House committee members said Facebook’s Libra plans could be a threat to central banks and aid tax evaders and drug dealers.
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When ‘Good Stories’ Happen for Bad Reasons (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
We take comfort in news about viral acts of kindness toward the sick, the poor and others in need, experts say, but there’s a catch.
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Amazon Faces E.U. Inquiry Over Data From Independent Sellers (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
European antitrust regulators have opened an investigation into the data that Amazon uses from third-party sellers who rely on the tech company’s site
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How The Times Analyzed the Migrant Center Airstrike (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
It seemed too outrageous that such a place would be bombed, but if it were true it might be a war crime. It was the middle of the night in Libya. How could we verify the claim?
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One Small Step for Experimental Space Gear. Many Giant Leaps of Imagination. (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
A gallery of scenes from when the space age was young and extraterrestrial travel looked fun.
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Despite High Hopes, Self-Driving Cars Are ‘Way in the Future’ (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
Ford and other companies say the industry overestimated the arrival of autonomous vehicles, which still struggle to anticipate what other drivers and pedestrians will do.
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Tech Hearings: Congress Unites to Take Aim at Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
A series of hearings on Capitol Hill showed the rising force of the political backlash against the country’s tech giants.
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Europe Billed Galileo as Its Answer to GPS. It’s Been Mostly Down for Days. (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
The European Union sees the service as a way to end the bloc’s reliance on GPS, which the American military controls.
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Facebook Cryptocurrency Plans Have a Problem: Facebook’s Reputation (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
Lawmakers raised broad concerns about the company’s Libra effort at a Senate hearing on Tuesday.
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As New Space Race Beckons, Astronauts Face Identity Crisis (Thu, 18 Jul 2019)
With the private sector moving aggressively into space, NASA is no longer the only game in town for would-be space travelers.
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Don’t Scoff at Influencers. They’re Taking Over the World. (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
As social media expands its cultural dominance, the people who can steer the online conversation will have an upper hand.
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The 5G Health Hazard That Isn’t (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
How one scientist and his inaccurate chart led to unwarranted fears of wireless technology.
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The Apollo 11 Mission Was Also a Global Media Sensation (Wed, 17 Jul 2019)
The satellites were finally ready to beam images back to Earth in 1969. And some 600 million people watched the event live.
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Broadcom’s Bid for Symantec Is Said to Have Stalled (Mon, 15 Jul 2019)
The discussions were halted after Broadcom dropped its takeover price for the security software company during due diligence, said people briefed on the matter.
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Storm Area 51? It’s a Joke, but the Air Force Is Concerned (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
A Facebook event invited U.F.O. enthusiasts to swarm the secretive Nevada base on Sept. 20. The Air Force warned that would be dangerous.
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Britain’s £50 Note Will Honor Computing Pioneer Alan Turing (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
During his lifetime, the mathematician and computer pioneer’s reputation was overshadowed by a conviction under Britain’s Victorian laws against homosexuality, and his war work remained a secret until decades later.
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Amazon Prime Day Brings Sales, and Risks, for Retailers (Mon, 15 Jul 2019)
The emergence of a major discount shopping season in the middle of the summer may cost retailers scrambling to keep up with Amazon.
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‘The Town Hall of Hollywood.’ Welcome to the Netflix Lobby. (Sun, 14 Jul 2019)
Every day an entertainment’s who’s who passes through the 4,780-square-foot “creative gateway” — complete with 80-foot video screen — hoping for a piece of the billions Netflix is spending on content.
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Fighting Big Tech Makes for Some Uncomfortable Bedfellows (Mon, 15 Jul 2019)
Conservatives are showing up at largely liberal conferences to call for breaking up Facebook and Google. Liberals are going on conservative TV shows to do the same. It’s awkward.
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India’s Chandrayaan-2 Moon Launch Is Delayed (Mon, 15 Jul 2019)
The country’s hopes to become the fourth to land on the moon were put on hold Monday.
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India’s Shooting for the Moon, and the Country Is Pumped (Mon, 15 Jul 2019)
The country’s plans to launch an uncrewed rover into space were delayed at the last moment, but it is determined to join a select group of nations.
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The Week in Business: Amazon Won’t Let the Robots Take Over (Sat, 13 Jul 2019)
Plus, the Trump administration has a big job opening, and there’s a new technology tax.
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Facebook Dodged a Bullet From the F.T.C. It Faces Many More. (Sat, 13 Jul 2019)
The social network may have escaped restrictions and financial bruising with the F.T.C.’s settlement, but its pain is just beginning around the world.
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Two Magical Places That Sent Apollo 11 to the Moon and Back (Tue, 16 Jul 2019)
They’ve nearly vanished, but hubs in Southern California and on Long Island played key roles in the lunar race.
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Facial Recognition Tech Is Growing Stronger, Thanks to Your Face (Sat, 13 Jul 2019)
Large databases, built with images from social networks and dating services, contain millions of pictures of people’s faces. Some are shared worldwide.
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Fernando Corbató, a Father of Your Computer (and Your Password), Dies at 93 (Fri, 12 Jul 2019)
In a breakthrough in the 1960s, he showed that computers could be used interactively with quick results, and also made secure from others’ using them.
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F.T.C. Approves Facebook Fine of About $5 Billion (Fri, 12 Jul 2019)
If approved by the Justice Department, the settlement would be the biggest fine levied by the federal government against a technology company.
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Judge Clears Way for Amazon and Microsoft to Compete for Giant Pentagon Contract (Fri, 12 Jul 2019)
Oracle had alleged that Amazon and the Defense Department biased the $10 billion JEDI contract in Amazon’s favor, but was unable to change the Pentagon’s decision.
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The Week in Tech: Big Brother May Be Watching, but for How Long? (Fri, 12 Jul 2019)
Calls for outright bans on facial recognition are mounting. How likely are they to succeed?
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Why Everyone Wants to Go Back to the Moon (Sun, 14 Jul 2019)
Something of a new lunar race is underway, but the motivations differ from what put men on its surface 50 years ago.
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As Nations Look to Tax Tech Firms, U.S. Scrambles to Broker a Deal (Fri, 12 Jul 2019)
The proposed levies on firms like Facebook and Google are pitting traditional allies against one another and threatening to set off a cascade of tax increases and tariffs.
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