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Trump confirms cyberattack against Russian trolls during 2018 midterms
The US is normally secretive about its cyberattacks against Russia, but it just acknowledged one of them. President Trump confirmed to the Washington Post in an interview that he authorized an attack against the Internet Research Agency (a troll team...
39 minutes ago
Engadget
Trump confirms cyberattack against Russian trolls during 2018 midterms
Wells Fargo wants employees to delete TikTok from company phones
Wells Fargo does not want TikTok on its employees? phones. According to The Information, the financial institution sent its employees a note, telling them to remove the app from corporate devices immediately. TikTok's
1 hour ago
Engadget
Wells Fargo wants employees to delete TikTok from company phones
EA's 'UFC 4' focuses on your fighter's backstory
It's been three years since EA last released a UFC game, and the company is clearly eager to show some progress. The publisher has unveiled UFC 4, where the focus in is on developing your fighter's backstory in Career Mode. Every action feeds into yo...
3 hours ago
Engadget
EA's 'UFC 4' focuses on your fighter's backstory
Startups Weekly: The world is eating tech
Editor's note: Get this free weekly recap of TechCrunch news that any startup can use by email every Saturday morning (7am PT). Subscribe here. You could almost hear the internet cracking apart this week as international businesses pulled away from Hong Kong and the US considered a ban on TikTok. Software ...
3 hours ago
TechCrunch
Startups Weekly: The world is eating tech
LinkedIn faces lawsuit over claims it 'secretly' read iPhone clipboard data
The clipboard detection in iOS 14 isn't just prompting developers to rethink app privacy – it's also putting these companies in legal trouble. Reuters reports that iPhone user Adam Bauer has sued LinkedIn over claims the job-focused social network 's...
4 hours ago
Engadget
LinkedIn faces lawsuit over claims it 'secretly' read iPhone clipboard data
Why is this copy of Super Mario Bros. worth a record $114,000?
Auction house estimates a "single digit" number of this sealed variant still exist.
4 hours ago
Ars Technica
Why is this copy of Super Mario Bros. worth a record $114,000?
Original Content podcast: Yep, "Hamilton" is still very good
With the release of "Hamilton" on Disney+, Jordan and Darrell finally got to watch the musical biography of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton – albeit in recorded form, rather than live on-stage. And as we discuss on the latest episode of the Original Content podcast, they were pretty delighted by what ...
5 hours ago
TechCrunch
Original Content podcast: Yep, "Hamilton" is still very good
Hitting the Books: What astronauts can learn from nuclear submariners
We've dreamt of colonizing the stars since our first tenuous steps across the moon, yet fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission, the prospect of living and working beyond the bounds of Earth remains tantalizingly out of reach. In his latest book, Spa...
5 hours ago
Engadget
Hitting the Books: What astronauts can learn from nuclear submariners
Bill Gates says COVID-19 drugs should go where needed, not just 'the highest bidder?
Photo by Saeed Adyani / Netflix Microsoft founder Bill Gates said Saturday that drugs and a future vaccine to treat COVID-19 should go where they are most needed, not just to 'the highest bidder," Reuters reported. "If we just let drugs and vaccines go to the highest bidder, instead of to the ...
6 hours ago
The Verge
Bill Gates says COVID-19 drugs should go where needed, not just 'the highest bidder?
This Week in Apps: US ponders TikTok ban, apps see a record Q2, iOS 14 public beta arrives
This week we dig into the news of a possible TikTok ban in the U.S. Also, both Android and iOS saw beta launches. We also look at the coronavirus' impact on the app economy in Q2, and more.
6 hours ago
TechCrunch
This Week in Apps: US ponders TikTok ban, apps see a record Q2, iOS 14 public beta arrives
Recommended Reading: The Magic Leap project the world may never see
Fading light: The story of Magic Leap's lost mixed reality magnum opusAdi Robertson, The VergeLike a lot of companies this year, Magic Leap faced massive layoffs. The company was able to avoid those after it raised $350 million, but it did shift to e...
7 hours ago
Engadget
Recommended Reading: The Magic Leap project the world may never see
7 new trailers to watch this week
Photo: Hopper Stone / WarnerMedia I love when books and films take place over really short periods of time, and I recently watched two that work within a similar time frame back to back: Booksmart (which I was seeing for the first time) and Cloverfield (which, if I?d ever seen before, I had completely ...
7 hours ago
The Verge
7 new trailers to watch this week
Wells Fargo directs employees to remove TikTok from company mobile devices
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Wells Fargo has instructed employees who installed TikTok on company devices to remove the app over privacy concerns, as first reported by The Information. "We have identified a small number of Wells Fargo employees with corporate-owned devices who had ...
7 hours ago
The Verge
Wells Fargo directs employees to remove TikTok from company mobile devices
SpaceX delays launch of its latest batch of Starlink satellites, with two hitchhiking spacecraft
Update July 11th, 9:30AM ET: SpaceX postponed the launch again on Saturday morning, 'to allow more time for checkouts.? The company says it will announce a new launch day once it's confirmed. Original Story: A little over a week after launching a GPS satellite for the Space Force, SpaceX is back ...
7 hours ago
The Verge
SpaceX delays launch of its latest batch of Starlink satellites, with two hitchhiking spacecraft
The Exchange: Remote dealmaking, rapid-fire IPOs, and how much $250M buys you
Welcome to The Exchange, an upcoming weekly newsletter featuring TechCrunch and Extra Crunch reporting on startups, money, and markets. You can sign up for it here to receive it regularly when it launches on July 25th. You can email me about it here, or talk to me about it on Twitter. Let's go! Ahead ...
8 hours ago
TechCrunch
The Exchange: Remote dealmaking, rapid-fire IPOs, and how much $250M buys you
This self-driving startup built a "car without wheels" for remote driving
Voyage pulled the curtain back on its system for remote driving.
8 hours ago
Ars Technica
This self-driving startup built a "car without wheels" for remote driving
15 Billion Stolen Logins Are Circulating on the Dark Web
Plus: Facebook's Roger Stone takedown, the BlueLeaks server seizure, and more of the week's top security news.
8 hours ago
WIRED
15 Billion Stolen Logins Are Circulating on the Dark Web
This weekend, you can still save $30 on the Apple AirPods Pro at Verizon
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge This weekend, you can still get the biggest discount we've seen yet on Apple's AirPods Pro truly wireless earbuds. The sale is happening at Verizon, and you can save $30 on a set of Apple AirPods Pro online only. Most discounts for this model are in ...
9 hours ago
The Verge
This weekend, you can still save $30 on the Apple AirPods Pro at Verizon
What Happens After a "Million-Mile Battery" Outlasts the Car"
Electric vehicle makers hope to roll out super long-lasting batteries. That raises interesting questions about resources, performance?and a battery's second act.
9 hours ago
WIRED
What Happens After a "Million-Mile Battery" Outlasts the Car"
How small satellites are radically remaking space exploration
"There's so much of the Solar System that we have not explored."
9 hours ago
Ars Technica
How small satellites are radically remaking space exploration
SpaceX stands down from Starlink launch for the third time [Updated]
It's not clear why additional checkouts were needed, again.
9 hours ago
Ars Technica
SpaceX stands down from Starlink launch for the third time [Updated]
Prepare for Artificial Intelligence to Produce Less Wizardry
A new paper argues that the computing demands of deep learning are so great that progress on tasks like translation and self-driving is likely to slow.
10 hours ago
WIRED
Prepare for Artificial Intelligence to Produce Less Wizardry
The 19 Best Weekend Deals: Tech, Home Gear, and More
Heatwave and quarantine got you stuck indoors? These deals might help you spruce up your space for more comfort.
10 hours ago
WIRED
The 19 Best Weekend Deals: Tech, Home Gear, and More
The Best Gear to Make Beer, Wine, Cider, and Mead at Home (2020)
Your homegrown tomatoes won't help you forget how terrible everything is right now. Here's what you need to make booze at home.
10 hours ago
WIRED
The Best Gear to Make Beer, Wine, Cider, and Mead at Home (2020)
Ventilators aren't the coronavirus cure-alls we originally thought
As COVID-19 began to lay siege to New York City's hospitals in March, a small but consequential debate broke out in American emergency rooms and intensive care units: Was it possible that ventilators, the much-politicized medical devices widely seen as a lifeline for severely ill COVID-19 patients, ...
13 hours ago
Fast Company
Ventilators aren't the coronavirus cure-alls we originally thought
The cynic's case for why brands need to double down on the Facebook ad boycott
Over the past couple of weeks, a parade of major brands and advertisers have been pulling their ads from Facebook for at least the month of July, officially joining or unofficially siding with a boycott started by a coalition of civil rights leaders called Stop Hate for Profit. This has attracted blanket ...
13 hours ago
Fast Company
The cynic's case for why brands need to double down on the Facebook ad boycott
25 years ago, 'Waterworld' forever changed how we think about hits and flops
The most conspicuous expulsion of water in Waterworld is not the urine Kevin Costner's gilled warrior guzzles during what is, incredibly, the film's opening scene. It's the jaunty, taunting flume he spits directly at Entertainment Weekly readers from the cover of the magazine's most recent issue prior ...
14 hours ago
Fast Company
25 years ago, 'Waterworld' forever changed how we think about hits and flops
The pandemic makes it clear that the Postal Service should get back into the banking business
Financial services play a major role in the economic lives of most Americans, from the moment their paychecks are directly deposited into a bank account to the loan taken out to buy their first home or car. Yet over 12 million people–about 6% of U.S. adults–cannot access these services because they ...
15 hours ago
Fast Company
The pandemic makes it clear that the Postal Service should get back into the banking business
4 reasons why businesses should keep investing and growing during a downturn
Cash is the lifeblood of any company. But in a pandemic, it can be difficult to know how to perceive the cash situation of your business. Should you be more conservative" Should you carry on "business as usual"&x201D; When is it safe to start hiring again" Of all the places to invest the company's ...
16 hours ago
Fast Company
4 reasons why businesses should keep investing and growing during a downturn
Amazon's mysterious memo may accelerate the U.S. TikTok crackdown
Amazon sent a jolt through the debate over the trustworthiness of TikTok on Friday. CNN's Brian Fung and Zachary Cohen obtained a copy of an Amazon corporate memo telling employees to remove the TikTok social video app from any device that could access the company email system. The memo cited "security ...
21 hours ago
Fast Company
Amazon's mysterious memo may accelerate the U.S. TikTok crackdown
YouTube creator Jeffree Star dropped by makeup retailer Morphe
Makeup retailer Morphe has parted with YouTuber Jeffree Star, after weeks of public acrimony in the YouTube beauty community. Star has been accused of using racist and offensive language, as well as manipulating other creators and people close to him. "Today we've made the decision to cease all ...
21 hours ago
The Verge
YouTube creator Jeffree Star dropped by makeup retailer Morphe
WHO still skeptical SARS-CoV-2 lingers in air?despite what the NYT says
The WHO has not released a new guidance on how to stay safe?or changed its stance.
22 hours ago
Ars Technica
WHO still skeptical SARS-CoV-2 lingers in air?despite what the NYT says
CERN has discovered a very charming particle
Two charm quarks, two anti-charms make for a massive tetraquark.
23 hours ago
Ars Technica
CERN has discovered a very charming particle
CBP says it's "unrealistic" for Americans to avoid its license plate surveillance
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has admitted that there is no practical way for Americans to avoid having their movements tracked by its license plate readers, according to its latest privacy assessment. CBP published its new assessment " three years after its first " to notify the public that it ...
23 hours ago
TechCrunch
CBP says it's "unrealistic" for Americans to avoid its license plate surveillance
Daily Crunch: Rackspace is going public again
We look at Rackspace's finances, a Facebook code change causes numerous app issues and electric vehicle company Rivian raises $2.5 billion. Here's your Daily Crunch for July 10, 2020. The big story: Rackspace is going public again The cloud computing company first went public in 2008, before accepting ...
23 hours ago
TechCrunch
Daily Crunch: Rackspace is going public again
Amazon walks back its order for employees to delete TikTok from their phones
Soumyabrata Roy/NurPhoto via Getty Images Employees can use the social media app on their phones, after all. Amazon says its request that its employees delete TikTok from their cellphones on Friday was made in error. The company's IT department on Friday morning ordered its employees to delete ...
23 hours ago
Recode
Amazon walks back its order for employees to delete TikTok from their phones
How Mysterious Protest Messages Have Filled the Skies
A WIRED investigation reveals how artists and skytypers are pioneering a new type of tech-fueled activism?and the inhumane conditions they're fighting.
24 hours ago
WIRED
How Mysterious Protest Messages Have Filled the Skies
America still doesn't have enough N95 masks
A member of the medical staff listens as Montefiore Medical Center nurses call for N95 masks and other critical PPE to handle the coronavirus pandemic on April 1, 2020, in New York. | Bryan R. Smith/AFP via Getty Images Five months into the pandemic, the Trump administration hasn't taken charge ...
1 day ago
Recode
America still doesn't have enough N95 masks
Why Facebook failed its civil rights audit
Mark Zuckerberg testifies about how his company will handle false and misleading information by political leaders during the 2020 campaign before the House Financial Services Committee in October 2019. | Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images The new, deeply critical report highlights the tension between ...
1 day ago
Recode
Why Facebook failed its civil rights audit
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