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Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Oracle's Mark Hurd, who was on medical leave, has died at 62
Hurd, 62, previously led Hewlett-Packard.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd, who was on medical leave, has died
Hurd, 62, had previously led Hewlett-Packard.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

NASA's all-female spacewalk makes history: ‘One giant leap for WOMANkind!'
Christina Koch and Jessica Meir ventured outside the International Space Station just months after NASA had to cancel an all-female spacewalk because of a spacesuit-sizing problem.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Activision Blizzard under fire from bipartisan group of Congress members over China relations
The letter escalates the storm Blizzard faces ahead of its annual BlizzCon event the first weekend of November.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

From Apple to wineries, California companies turn to solar amid outages
As climate change threatens to make power outages more frequent, California businesses are turning to solar-powered systems to protect their operations when the lights go out.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

The Technology 202: Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is taking a long view on free speech as critics attack company's policies
He is also heading to Capitol Hill again next week.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

This robotic hand learned to solve a Rubik's Cube on its own — just like a human.
The goal, researchers say, was to create a robot that learns the way humans do — through trial and error. Eventually, those robots could be used to complete tasks — in a warehouse or perhaps on the surface of a new planet — with more autonomy.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2019

Zuckerberg's speech draws ire from 2020 candidates, civil rights advocates
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg drew fresh ire from Democratic presidential candidates, free speech experts and civil rights advocates, who argued his speech in Washington this week failed to acknowledged the troubles with the tech giant's practices.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

On Facebook's live stream, Zuckerberg's free-speech lecture got a big thumbs up
Facebook live stream viewers saw nearly entirely positive comments and emojis during Zuckerberg's speech because of how the algorithms behind a live-stream with tens of thousands of viewers work.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

On Facebook's live stream, Zuckerberg's free speech lecture got a big thumbs up
Facebook live stream viewers saw nearly entirely positive comments and emojis during Zuckerberg's speech because of how the algorithms behind a live-stream with tens of thousands of viewers work.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Zuckerberg: Standing For Voice and Free Expression
This is the full text of the speech Mark Zuckerberg gave at Georgetown University on free expression.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Video giant Twitch pushes Trump rallies and mass violence into the live-stream age
Tens of millions of viewers have watched video streamed on Twitch this year. But the site's exploding fan base has attracted those seeking to sow discord and spotlight mass violence.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

The Technology 202: Lawmakers are concerned about exporting tech's legal shield in trade deals
USMCA ship may have already sailed.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says in interview he fears ‘erosion of truth' but defends allowing politicians to lie in ads
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said in an interview with The Washington Post that he worries "about an erosion of truth" online but defended the policy allowing politicians to peddle ads containing misrepresentations and lies on his social network, a stance that has sparked an outcry during the 2020 presidential campaign.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Building a world of Modern Warfare
Here's how the game's creators injected more reality into Modern Warfare.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2019

Facebook co-founder and critic Chris Hughes spearheads a $10 million ‘anti-monopoly' fund
Hughes and his allies are putting new money toward a new "anti-monopoly" fund, hoping to harness heightened interest around big tech into a broader movement to analyze, regulate or dismantle behemoths in agriculture, healthcare and other industries where he says competition is lacking and consumers feel the pain.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2019

Congress wanted to grill Uber and Lyft on safety. The companies blew them off.
Uber and Lyft chose not to send representatives to a congressional inquiry aimed at examining their safety and labor practices.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2019

The Technology 202: Tech issues divide Democrats, including Twitter's handling of Trump's tweets
Some don't think tech issues will sway voters.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2019

Years after Obama used Facebook to help him win the presidency, Silicon Valley is under Democratic fire
The Democratic Party's rapidly fading love affair with Big Tech has broken into open acrimony in recent weeks, punctuated by a presidential debate Tuesday in which leading candidates took turns decrying the industry's impact on the nation and workshopping ways to rein it in.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

What you do on the Internet is worth a lot. Exactly how much, nobody knows.
U.S. officials are struggling to quantify the value of digital activities and integrate those numbers into public policy.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Violent spoof video of Trump killing his critics shows how memes have reshaped politics
The video's airing at a conservative event — and its mass sharing afterward — revealed how the once-fringe movements of online trolling and meme-making have helped reshape mainstream politics and the media.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Uber: The ride-hailing app that says it has ‘zero' drivers
Uber raised eyebrows last month when its chief lawyer asserted that "drivers' work is outside the usual course of Uber's business" in a call laying out the company's resistance to a California bill that would alter the employment status of many gig workers.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

The Technology 202: Social media companies still airing violent Trump video
YouTube and Facebook added age restrictions.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Chinese app on Xi's ideology allows data access to users' phones, report says
The propaganda app — mandatory in some workplaces — can give the Communist Party a powerful new surveillance tool.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Fortnite is live again with a new map and more ways to level up. See the new map.
The worldwide blackout of the most popular video game is over as the game updates its newest features.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Teens find circumventing Apple's parental controls is child's play
Apple's Screen Time is meant to give customers a way to control their kids' devices, but intrepid youngsters have exploited bugs and workarounds.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

The entire Fortnite ecosystem has been sucked into a virtual black hole, and the game is down
What happens when the world's most popular game shuts down?

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

The Technology 202: Airbnb now part of Congress's debate over Silicon Valley's legal shield
Changes to Section 230 could extend into online marketplaces.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Once he was a refugee. Now he's a CEO making video games for peace.
A mother's sacrifice gave him a rare gift that pushed him from a Rwanda refugee camp into a future of video game development.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

It's never been easier to avoid walking. A cargo-carrying robot might change that.
A new robot from a Boston start-up is designed to make walking easier by carrying your belongings for you.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Google Stadia, the cloud-fueled game console you play on your browser, ships Nov. 19
The much-hyped game streaming service will beat Microsoft to market.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2019

Google's new Pixel 4 phone uses radar to see you coming
It's not just face-detecting cameras and always-on microphones. Google's new flagship phone is the first to include a radar, too.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 13, 2019

Chinese app on Xi's ideology allows data access to 100 million users' phones, report says
The propaganda app — mandatory in some workplaces — can give the Communist Party a powerful new surveillance tool.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Employees ask GitHub to cancel ICE contract: ‘We cannot offset human lives with money'
Employees sent an open letter to Github's CEO asking the company to shed its contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg agrees to testify before Congress on Libra
Lawmakers are scrutinizing Facebook's planned cryptocurrency and its possible effects on the global financial system.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

California's power outage means problems for electric cars. Tesla says charge up, quick.
A San Francisco Bay Area power utility shut off power to more than half a million customers amid a wildfire threat, and Tesla vehicles flashed a warning to charge up beforehand.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Caltech's latest creation: A hovering, bird-like robot that could someday explore Mars
Researchers at Caltech have unveiled a complex new robot with the ability move between flight and walking on two legs. The machine unique design was inspired by birds.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Bipartisan Senate report calls for sweeping effort to prevent Russian interference in 2020 election
The Senate Intelligence Committee said in blunt language that Russians worked to damage Democrat Hillary Clinton while bolstering Republican Donald Trump — and made clear that fresh rounds of interference are likely ahead of the 2020 vote.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard restores Hong Kong player's winnings, reduces suspension after international uproar
After international uproar, the American gaming giant eases punishment for Hong Kong player who expressed his political views on China.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Blizzard won't ban American players after Hong Kong protest, but team plans to forfeit over boycott
In an effort to highlight Blizzard's censorship of a Hong Kong athlete, American University students kept up the pressure by holding up a sign during a recent collegiate esports match.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Amazon policy manifesto responds to environmental, workplace and data-privacy critics
The e-commerce giant posted a nearly 1,300-word document offering its position on a smorgasbord of issues for which it has come under fire.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

‘Concrete Genie': A kid's game about the agonies of bullying and the joys of art
The game's appreciation for creativity and off-beat gameplay make it easy to recommend to parents looking for something for elementary or middle school kids.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

A Facebook policy lets politicians lie in ads, leaving Democrats fearing what Trump will do
Facebook's allowance of falsehoods in politicians' ads has sparked anger over viral untruths during the 2020 campaign. But company executives argue, "It is not our role to intervene when politicians speak."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Marco Rubio seeks U.S. government probe of TikTok over Chinese censorship concerns
Republican Sen. Marco Rubio said Wednesday that he would ask the U.S. government to open an investigation into TikTok, the widely popular, Chinese-owned social media app, out of concern that the company is "censoring content" to satisfy Beijing's leaders.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Most Americans don't know Facebook owns Instagram and WhatsApp, among other digital basics
Only 2 percent of Americans can ace a digital-knowledge quiz.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

NASA administrator visits SpaceX in bid to ease tension in their relationship
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine stopped by SpaceX's headquarters here Thursday. He toured the factory with SpaceX founder Elon Musk, took a spin in a spacecraft simulator, then met with the media afterward, smiling for the cameras. But this was no social visit.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Northern California blackouts may mean mobile outages
Mobile companies are scrambling to maintain service for the 800,000 Californians who may experience power outages this week.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

The Technology 202: Facebook's Biden decision highlights broader media struggle on political ads
It's a Wild West.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

PG&E shut down power. Too many Internet users shut down its website.
The utility said traffic levels were eight times what it expected.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Six ways to improve your game in Apex Legends, from the pros
Wanna better yourself in a battle royale? Heed the words of pros from recent Apex Preseason Invitational champs Team SoloMid, among other top-tier players.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Surveillance contractor that violated rules by copying traveler images, license plates can continue to work with CBP
The breach cast a spotlight on a troubling fact for federal lawmakers and privacy advocates: The privately maintained surveillance systems that the government relies on for its wide-reaching security mandate are expanding so quickly, and often without oversight, that it can be hard for the public to keep track.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

The Technology 202: New Senate report highlights how Russia's social media campaign influenced Americans offline
The same could happen in 2020.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2019

Twitter says phone numbers users provided for security were ‘inadvertently' used for ad purposes
Twitter revealed Tuesday that it mishandled an unspecified number of users' email addresses and phone numbers, allowing that data to be used "inadvertently" for advertising purposes.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 03, 2019

Facebook can be ordered to remove content worldwide, EU says
Facebook says the ruling "raises critical questions around freedom of expression."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 03, 2019

Trump's tweets are unstoppable, except when it comes to Nickelback
Twitter removed a meme tweeted by the president that used a parody of a Nickelback music video to attack former vice president Joe Biden, saying it had received a copyright complaint.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 03, 2019

Silicon Valley pioneered self-driving cars. But some of its tech-savvy residents don't want them tested in their neighborhoods.
Silicon Valley is where self-driving cars are tested and engineered, but that doesn't mean residents are on board.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 03, 2019

Gamers paved the road for a streaming future. Twitch wants to add more lanes.
Already the dominant platform for streamers sharing their game play, Twitch's annual convention showed how the company is trying to broaden its appeal by pushing into other areas of interest.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 03, 2019

Odd markings, ellipses fuel doubts about the rough transcript of Trump's Ukraine call
Current and former U.S. officials studying the document pointed to several elements that, they say, indicate that the document may have been handled in an unusual way.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 03, 2019

The Technology 202: Joe Biden is raising some money in Silicon Valley. But he's losing the ideas primary there.
The ex-veep's plans are not water-cooler talk in the tech industry, said some.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

Facebook's new legal team scores early victory in war against fraud
A new Facebook initiative to fight fraudulent app developers and advertisers in federal court notched an early victory this month, when the tech giant reached a settlement with a New Zealand company that had peddled fake likes on Instagram.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

Faker's Michael Jordan-like return highlights League of Legends World Championship story lines
Will the so-called "Unkillable Demon King" regain his throne and lead his team to the Summoner's Cup or will a North American team finally break through?

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

Galaxy Fold: This flip phone's a flop, but the folding trend won't stop
Samsung's $2,000 folding screen is a peek into our flip-phone future.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

Appeals court ruling upholds FCC's canceling of net neutrality rules
In a nearly 200-page opinion, judges largely sided with the Federal Communications Commission. But the ruling sets up a likely battle with the states over Internet regulation by finding that the FCC overstepped its authority.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

How much does a ticket to space cost? Meet the people ready to fly.
After years of waiting, Virgin Galactic is close to flying tourists to the edge of space.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

The Technology 202: A President Elizabeth Warren is starting to worry top tech titans
Mark Zuckerberg is one of them.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

Rick Fox sues partners over alleged misappropriation of Echo Fox funding
The former Los Angeles Laker is in a contentious legal battle with his esports business partners.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

Kamala Harris wants Trump suspended from Twitter for ‘harassment.' These 3 loopholes protect him.
Harris's campaign accused Trump of issuing "blatant threats" on Twitter. Even if Twitter agrees, his account probably won't get suspended.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 02, 2019

We can't impeach the Internet, so buckle up
"What the Trump era requires is a kind of dark psychic yoga that also creates space. More space for more vexation, and more space for more tolerance for that vexation."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Airbnb may seek direct offering instead of IPO
If it does choose the direct offering route, Airbnb will follow the footsteps of Slack and Spotify.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Amateur pro-Trump ‘sleuths' scramble to unmask whistleblower: ‘Your president has asked for your help'
Their guesses have been scattershot, conspiratorial and often untethered from reality. But they say they've been spurred to action by Trump's fury and the possibility to score political points.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

‘Unconstitutional, unlawful and unsupported': How Facebook initially tried to fight a multibillion-dollar U.S. fine
Facebook initially mounted an aggressive legal offensive to stave off federal regulators who sought to fine the tech giant tens of billions of dollars for privacy abuses, arguing in newly revealed documents that it didn't cause consumers harm or profit from mishandling their data — and that the government would probably lose in court anyway.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Appeals court upholds FCC's cancelling of net neutrality rules
In a nearly 200-page opinion, judges on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals largely sided with the Federal Communications Commission and its Republican chairman, Ajit Pai. But the ruling sets up a likely battle with the states over Internet regulation by finding that the FCC overstepped its authority by issuing a blanket ban on states' setting rules on their own.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Amazon sellers say online retail giant is trying to help itself, not consumers
Many Amazon sellers complain privately that the ecommence giant's ever-increasing power has resulted in a system in which only a few can succeed - and only through paying up

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

For Overwatch League, the true test starts in 2020
Ticket sales, travel and local revenue will be crucial factors for potentially revolutionary esports league.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Elon Musk's improbable Mars quest runs through a border town concerned with more than getting to space
On a spit of Texas land past the Border Patrol checkpoint, where the Rio Grande meets the Gulf of Mexico, there is a spaceship being assembled off State Highway 4 just before it dead-ends into the sea. But not everyone is cheering.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Inside the new Uber: Weak coffee, vanishing perks and fast-deflating morale
Uber's CEO told staff: "We need to ship more quickly and operate more effectively and efficiently than we are today."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Istanbul's new airport is one of the world's largest. A fleet of humanoid robots is helping passengers find their way around.
How do you help millions of passengers navigate one of the world's largest airports? In Turkey, the answer is a fleet of humanoid robots.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Playing ‘Untitled Goose Game' is the new punching a wall
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Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

The Technology 202: Here's what Edward Snowden thinks about Trump's whistleblower
"They're going to be attacked," Snowden said. "But I think they'll be protected because they're not indicting the system. They're indicting a man."

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

WeWork says it will withdraw its initial public offering filing, postponing IPO indefinitely
The embattled co-working company has lost a CEO and seen its valuation tank over just a few weeks.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 01, 2019

Zuckerberg promised to 'fight' efforts by Sen. Warren to break up Facebook in leaked comments
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg told employees that the company was ready to "go to the mat and … fight" if Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a leading Democratic presidential candidate, follows through on her vow to try to break up major technology firms

Washington Post Tech
Sep 27, 2019

When everyone is a tech company, no one is
Companies like Peloton and WeWork that might have identified themselves as part of the lower-growth fitness or real estate industries have tapped into the investors and funding traditionally accessible only to tech companies.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 27, 2019

Trump campaign launches anti-impeachment blitz on Facebook, targeting four minority congresswomen
President Trump's reelection campaign responded to the opening of a formal impeachment inquiry in Congress by launching a massive Facebook ad blitz, spending as much as $1.4 million on thousands of ads designed to reach voters in nearly every state.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 27, 2019

Tesla and CEO Elon Musk violated federal labor law, judge rules
The judge ordered Tesla to reimburse one pro-union worker for lost wages and rescind rules aimed at union activity.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 27, 2019

D.C.-area gas station shuts off the pumps and goes all-electric
RS Automotive will become the first service station in the nation to completely convert their equipment from offering gasoline to 100 percent electric power.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 27, 2019

DoorDash data breach affects 4.9 million users
Food-delivery service DoorDash said Thursday that hackers accessed the personal data of 4.9 million customers, workers and merchants on May 4.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 27, 2019

The Technology 202: Lawmakers warn about threat of political deepfakes by creating one
Bad actors could do worse in election season.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 26, 2019

‘Sayonara Wild Hearts': A bite-sized, pulsating blast
The best soundtrack of the year accompanies this beautifully-designed game about traveling fast along nighttime roads.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 26, 2019

The ‘okay' hand sign has moved from trolling campaign to real hate symbol, civil rights group says
The idea that the gesture is secretly associated with white supremacy began as a hoax to trigger a reaction from liberals and the media.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 26, 2019

The Technology 202: California lawmaker seeks to hold Uber accountable for sexual assault investigations
State Rep. Lorena Gonzalez is preparing a new bill.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 26, 2019

Uber makes changes amid swarm of criticism over rider safety
The app will allow on-trip reporting of safety incidents that don't rise to the level of an emergency.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

Sen. Blumenthal assails how Uber and Lyft deal with driver misconduct following Washington Post report
Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Wednesday sent letters to both Uber and Lyft seeking information about their driver review policies, following a Washington Post report about how Uber prioritizes liability concerns over safety.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

In call to Ukraine's president, Trump revived a favorite conspiracy theory about the DNC hack
President Trump mentioned CrowdStrike in his conversation with the Ukrainian president. CrowdStrike was the company that identified the Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee computers.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

Amazon event introduces new line of wearables that will push Alexa into every corner of your life
Amazon is expected to announce a new lineup of devices Wednesday. What strange places will the company try to put Alexa next?

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

Amazon announces new products to keep pushing Alexa into every corner of your life
Amazon is expected to announce a new lineup of devices Wednesday. What strange places will the company try to put Alexa next?

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

Three years ago it could barely walk. Now Atlas the humanoid robot is doing gymnastics.
Three years ago it was barely walking. Now, Atlas, the humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics is performing gymnastic routines that mimic professional athletes.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

Trump's mention of CrowdStrike in call with Ukraine's president recalls Russian hack of DNC
President Trump mentioned CrowdStrike in his conversation with the Ukrainian president. CrowdStrike was the company that identified the Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee computers.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

Google scores major victory in E.U. ‘right to be forgotten' case
The European Court of Justice ruling means Google is not obligated to scrub links to people's sensitive data beyond the bloc's 28 member states.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

Three years ago he could barely walk. Now Atlas the humanoid robot is doing gymnastics.
Three years ago it was barely walking. Now, Atlas, the humanoid robot from Boston Dynamics is performing gymnastic routines that mimic professional athletes.

Washington Post Tech
Sep 25, 2019

WeWork's embattled co-founder and CEO Adam Neumann will step down, company says
Neumann's leadership has come under fire in recent weeks after a WeWork bid to go public was postponed as the company's valuation plummeted. He will stay in leadership as nonexecutive chairman of the board. WeWork's chief financial officer and vice chairman will become co-CEOs. This is a developing story. It will be updated.

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