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Kickstarter Employees Vote to Unionize in a Big Step for Tech (Tue, 18 Feb 2020)
Engineers and others at the crowdfunding platform voted narrowly to form a union, one of the first tech companies to do so.
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Apple Signals Coronavirus’s Threat to Global Businesses (Tue, 18 Feb 2020)
Supply is a problem, the company warned, as factories slowly reopen in China, and demand is down, too, with stores there still mostly closed.
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Jeff Bezos Commits $10 Billion to Address Climate Change (Mon, 17 Feb 2020)
The world’s richest man unveiled a fund to help climate scientists and activists, an escalation of his philanthropic efforts.
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Silicon Valley Heads to Europe, Nervous About New Rules (Mon, 17 Feb 2020)
Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Google’s Sundar Pichai have journeyed to Brussels as the European Union drafts regulation for A.I. and the digital economy.
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Lacking Its Own Digital Giants, Europe Plans New Approach (Wed, 19 Feb 2020)
The European Union outlined proposals to bolster its digital economy and keep it from being overly reliant on foreign companies.
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Aircraft, Big and Small, Are Changing Our Relationship With Flight (Wed, 19 Feb 2020)
As aviation technology becomes more integrated into everyday life, providers of new services brace for the unknown.
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Court Rejects Huawei’s Challenge to U.S. Limits (Wed, 19 Feb 2020)
The Chinese telecom equipment maker had sought to invalidate a law that restricted its ability to do business with U.S. agencies and their contractors.
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The iPhone at the Deathbed (Tue, 18 Feb 2020)
Families are photographing death at home. These photos may feel jarring on Facebook, but the practice itself has a long history.
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Her Blog Post About Uber Upended Big Tech. Now She’s Written a Memoir. (Tue, 18 Feb 2020)
In “Whistleblower,” Susan Fowler, a former software engineer at Uber, describes the harassment she endured while working at the company.
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To Tame Coronavirus, Mao-Style Social Control Blankets China (Sun, 16 Feb 2020)
Despite their high-tech tools, the authorities are mainly relying on a flood of workers to keep hundreds of millions of people from coming in contact with outsiders.
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From Dubai to Mars, With Stops in Colorado and Japan (Tue, 18 Feb 2020)
The United Arab Emirates used a novel approach to build the Hope spacecraft, which launches for the red planet this summer.
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Facebook Says Political Candidates Can Use Sponsored Memes (Fri, 14 Feb 2020)
Unlike campaign advertisements, the posts are not subject to advance review by Facebook, and the platform does not make money from them.
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Lots of Rich Men Tweet Like the President Now (Sun, 16 Feb 2020)
From Goldman Sachs to Amazon to the Democratic contenders, older rich men are going wild online.
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Activate This ‘Bracelet of Silence,’ and Alexa Can’t Eavesdrop (Fri, 14 Feb 2020)
Microphones and cameras lurk everywhere. You may want to slip on some privacy armor.
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Jeff Bezos Buying $165 Million Estate, a California Record (Fri, 14 Feb 2020)
The Amazon leader reached a deal for the Warner Estate in Beverly Hills with David Geffen, who has owned it since 1990.
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They Wanted Research Funding, So They Entered the Lottery (Fri, 14 Feb 2020)
A survey of New Zealand scientists found that recipients of a randomized funding program favored random allocations of some kinds of grant money.
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The Week in Tech: Are Smartphones Interesting Again? (Fri, 14 Feb 2020)
Amazing as it may sound, phone makers are doing more than just adding fancy new cameras.
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In the Heart of Israel’s ‘Start-up Nation,’ an Exclusive Scene Opens Up (Sat, 15 Feb 2020)
Tel Aviv’s flourishing tech sector is expanding and diversifying, offering travelers a surprising new lens on the city.
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What Happens When You Get Famous Off One Song? (Fri, 14 Feb 2020)
Tom Austin released a hit. Now what? We asked him — and Rebecca Black.
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Judge Halts Work on Microsoft’s JEDI Contract, a Victory for Amazon (Thu, 13 Feb 2020)
The judge ordered work to stop on a cloud-computing contract for the Pentagon until Amazon’s legal challenge was resolved.
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U.S. Charges Huawei With Racketeering, Adding Pressure on China (Thu, 13 Feb 2020)
The indictment is the Trump administration’s latest move in its fight against the Chinese tech giant, which it deems a security threat.
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Tesla Faces a New S.E.C. Investigation (Thu, 13 Feb 2020)
The electric-car maker said the agency was also looking into contracts and “regular financing arrangements.”
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High-Tech Tires, From Pit Lane to Your Garage (Thu, 13 Feb 2020)
The Cyber Tire from Pirelli can sense if a car is slipping and warn the driver or the car to make adjustments.
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A Growing Presence on the Farm: Robots (Thu, 13 Feb 2020)
A new generation of autonomous robots is helping plant breeders shape the crops of tomorrow.
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With Harsh Words, China’s Military Denies It Hacked Equifax (Thu, 13 Feb 2020)
The People’s Liberation Army said U.S. indictments accusing four of its members of stealing information amounted to “legal bullying.”
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Voting on Your Phone: New Elections App Ignites Security Debate (Thu, 13 Feb 2020)
A start-up says it has developed a smartphone tool through which voters can cast ballots anywhere. But researchers say the app is riddled with security flaws.
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Michael Bloomberg’s Campaign Suddenly Drops Memes Everywhere (Sat, 15 Feb 2020)
A campaign of sponsored content for the candidate flourished suddenly on Instagram. A new outfit, called Meme 2020, is behind it.
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New Yorkers Face a Training Gap for Tech Jobs, but a Study Finds Hope (Wed, 12 Feb 2020)
A new report points to a shortage of successful programs for tech careers. One, it says, shows how they can work.
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Andy Rubin’s Start-Up, Essential Products, Shuts Down (Wed, 12 Feb 2020)
The smartphone company founded by Mr. Rubin, a former Google executive, struggled to win over customers.
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A Thorn in YouTube’s Side Digs In Even Deeper (Wed, 12 Feb 2020)
Carlos Maza, a socialist who calls YouTube “deeply unethical and reckless,” is trying to bolster the video site’s left wing.
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