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Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2018

Facebook will let French regulators study its efforts to fight hate speech
Facebook will invite French regulators to study its approach to combating hate speech online, marking the latest attempt by governments around the world to figure out ways to thwart toxic content from spreading.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 12, 2018

Small cable companies want DOJ to reinvestigate Comcast's merger with NBC
Comcast is "a much greater threat" than AT&T-Time Warner, the American Cable Association claims.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2018

Lime issues global recall of one of its electric scooter models amid fears it can break apart in use
The fast-growing electric-scooter company Lime has decided to immediately remove one of its models from every city across the globe after determining that it could break apart while in use. The decisi...

Washington Post Tech
Nov 10, 2018

Electric scooter giant Lime launches global recall of one of its models amid fears the scooters can break apart
The fast-growing electronic scooter company Lime has decided to immediately remove one of the company's brands from every city across the globe after determining the scooters could break apart while i...

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2018

What makes New York attractive to the tech industry
The Big Apple's ascendance as a major technology hub highlights the depth of the city's massive talent pool.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2018

What makes New York attractive to tech industry
The Big Apple's ascendance as a major technology hub highlights the depth of the city's massive talent pool.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2018

After rocket failure, Russia moves up its next launch. NASA says it is okay with that.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine says Russia's space agency has been "very transparent" following recent safety issues. "They have shared with us all the data we need to be comfortable and confident that we understand the problem and that it has been resolved."

Washington Post Tech
Nov 09, 2018

Why millions of Dish Network's customers have been cut off from HBO
Dish blames the blackout on AT&T's merger with Time Warner, but the telecom giant says it has nothing to do with the situation.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 08, 2018

White House shares doctored video to support punishment of journalist Jim Acosta
This apparent subtle edit shows how video has become as vulnerable to politicized distortion as everything else.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 08, 2018

Ford joins micro-mobility revolution by purchasing e-scooter start-up Spin
The $40 million purchase means the legacy automaker has joined companies such as Uber and Alphabet in investing in the latest transportation trend.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 07, 2018

Samsung's next phone folds up like a book
Samsung's Infinity Flex Display, coming some time next year, has a phone screen that can unfold into a tablet.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 07, 2018

Google's hometown passes new business tax to cope with rise in tech commuters
Two successful ballot measures highlight the tension between wealthy tech companies and local residents who expect them to contribute more.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2018

Forget the Russians. On this Election Day, it's Americans peddling disinformation and hate speech.
Experts point to a rampant online spread of misleading reports and images about the migrant caravan in Mexico, for example, and the demonstrably false allegations that billionaire George Soros is funding a violent "invasion" of the United States.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2018

West Virginians abroad in 29 countries have voted by mobile device, in the biggest blockchain-based voting test ever
Voatz, the start-up behind the pilot, says its system is secure. But election integrity experts say the technology remains potentially vulnerable.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2018

Tim Berners-Lee kicks off a ‘Contract for the Web' to protect the future of the Internet
Tim Berners-Lee is urging governments, Internet companies and users to commit to a set of principles to protect the openness and accessibility of the Web.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 06, 2018

Elon Musk shows off futuristic L.A. transportation tunnel
Billionaire inventor Elon Musk shared a video on Nov. 3 revealing his company's nearly finished "test tunnel" in Los Angeles. It will be used for the research and development of public transportation systems.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2018

Alex Jones banned from Facebook? His videos are still there — and so are his followers
In the three months since Facebook removed four of Jones's pages over allegations of hate speech, his NewsWars page has remained intact and surged in posts and page views.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2018

Elon Musk says his futuristic transportation tunnel in L.A. is ‘disturbingly long'
Elon Musk offered a peek on Twitter of a new tunnel being built beneath Hawthorne, Calif.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2018

Top Facebook, Apple and Google executives have donated little in the 2018 midterms, despite two years of Trump clashes
Several executives have stayed on the political sidelines, opting not to donate to federal candidates who might advance Silicon Valley's political agenda — or battle back President Trump.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2018

The Supreme Court won't take up net neutrality
The appeal brought by the telecom industry challenged federal rules that were against the blocking or slowing down of websites.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2018

Amazon, Facebook and Google are all being looked at for antitrust violations, Trump says
The government has been looking into the matter for months.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 05, 2018

Nope, Apple's new iPad Pro still isn't a laptop
Apple's redesigned iPad Pro is sleeker and more powerful — not to mention pricier — but will still leave most professionals longing for a mouse or trackpad.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2018

How Facebook and Twitter are rushing to stop voter suppression online for the midterm elections
With the 2018 midterms just days away, Facebook and Twitter are scrambling to stop falsehoods about how, when and where to vote from spreading wildly online.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2018

Tesla reveals SEC subpoenas as Musk calls reports of deepening FBI probe ‘absurd'
Tesla and Elon Musk just settled one SEC investigation. Now another one is heating up.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2018

Lime blamed its fire-prone batteries on Segway's manufacturing. Now Segway is pushing back.
Lime recalled about 2,000 devices from three California cities this summer, blaming a manufacturing issue for faulty batteries. Segway claims its manufacturing is not the problem.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 02, 2018

Lime blamed their fire-prone batteries on Segway's manufacturing. Now Segway is pushing back.
Lime, the electronic scooter giant, recalled about 2,000 devices from three California cities this summer, blaming a manufacturing issue for faulty batteries. Segway, the personal transportation company, claims their manufacturing is not the problem -- Lime is.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2018

Want to get your packages delivered via robot? Now there's an app for that.
The newest service from Starship Technologies delivers packages by robot and is coming to the Bay Area in the next few months.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2018

It's not your imagination: Phone battery life is getting worse
Despite some notable exceptions, many 2018 smartphone batteries can't keep up. Here's why — and what we can do about it.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2018

Apple, Facebook and Google among 56 businesses telling Trump not to weaken transgender rights
The tech giants told the Trump administration on Thursday they oppose any change in federal policy that would define gender on the basis of one's biological sex at birth.

Washington Post Tech
Nov 01, 2018

One of the hottest things in cryptocurrency right now: stablecoins
Supporters say so-called 'stablecoins' may fulfill much of bitcoin's original promise.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

From Silicon Valley elite to social media hate: The radicalization that led to Gab
Like many young entrepreneurs drawn to California's technological gold rush, Andrew Torba brought a familiar mix of smarts, ambition and big ideas when he arrived nearly four years ago. What few saw...

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

Electric scooter giant Lime recalled scooters amid fears that some could catch on fire
Lime, one of the nation's largest electric scooter companies, pulled thousands of its scooters off the streets this summer after discovering that a small number of them may be carrying batteries with...

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

Electric scooter giant Lime says it recalled scooters amid fears that some could catch on fire
The electric scooter company Lime pulled several thousands devices off California streets due to concerns about rider safety and the threat of fire. The effort coincided with a blaze in a company warehouse involving a faulty battery.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

In Apple's new iPad Pro and MacBook Air, competing ways to get to work
Apple is unveiling new iPads and MacBooks at an event in New York starting at 10 a.m. Fowler is there and will report in with the news and hands-on analysis throughout the day.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

Facebook revenue rises less than expected as user growth stagnates
Facebook stock remained steady after weather a string of privacy controversies and new regulations.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

A new study finds potentially manipulative ads in apps for preschoolers
A coalition of consumer groups has called on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate the market for preschool apps.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

Apple redesigns the iPad Pro, breathes new life in the MacBook Air
Apple is unveiling new iPads and MacBooks at an event in New York starting at 10 a.m. Fowler is there and will report in with the news and hands-on analysis throughout the day.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

How'd this government agency get infected with malware? 9,000 pages of porn.
An employee at the U.S. Geological Survey visited more than 9,000 pornographic Web pages and infected the agency's network with malware, prompting calls to bolster security measures, according to an inspector general's report.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

Check out Apple's new iPad Pro, with even more iPhone-like features
Apple's newest iPad has Face ID, no home button and controls similar to the iPhone X. The new model was revealed at an event in Brooklyn, New York.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

Apple unveils new MacBook Air
The new MacBook Air comes with a much-desired retina display and Touch ID.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 30, 2018

What you need to know about Apple's iPad and MacBook event
Apple is unveiling new iPads and MacBooks at an event in New York starting at 10 a.m. Fowler is there and will report in with the news and hands-on analysis throughout the day.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 29, 2018

UK treasury chief proposes ‘digital services tax' on tech giants
The head of the United Kingdom's treasury has proposed a new tax targeting tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Amazon.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 29, 2018

British treasury chief proposes ‘digital services tax' on tech giants
The head of the United Kingdom's treasury has proposed a new tax targeting tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Amazon.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 27, 2018

"Staying on the sidelines is no longer an option": How Silicon Valley is trying to help Democrats capture Congress in 2018
The tech industry's talented, well-heeled engineers and entrepreneurs are donating their time and money toward giving Democrats a digital edge, aiding the most distant local candidates and the party's more ambitious quest to snatch control of the U.S. Congress from Republicans' grasp.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 27, 2018

‘Staying on the sidelines is no longer an option': How Silicon Valley is trying to help Democrats capture Congress in 2018
The tech industry's talented, well-heeled engineers and entrepreneurs are donating their time and money toward giving Democrats a digital edge, aiding the most distant local candidates and the party's more ambitious quest to snatch control of the U.S. Congress from Republicans' grasp.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 27, 2018

Mail bomb suspect made numerous references on Facebook to Russian associates and echoed pro-Kremlin views
The now deleted Facebook account belonging to Cesar Sayoc, the man charged with sending pipe bombs to prominent Democrats this week, discussed his "Russian brothers" and posted video links aligned with Russian views on the Syrian war. Sayoc's Russian-themed discussions began abruptly in 2015. But the meaning and motive of the posts, many of them rambling and hard to understand, are not clear. The Washington Post obtained the posts from a researcher who collected them before Facebook deleted the account.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 26, 2018

California agrees not to enforce its net neutrality law as Justice Dept. puts its lawsuit on hold
The state of California has struck a temporary agreement with the Justice Department not to move forward with a federal lawsuit challenging the state's new net neutrality law, delaying a pivotal legal...

Washington Post Tech
Oct 26, 2018

California agrees not to enforce its net neutrality law as Justice Dept. puts lawsuit on hold
California has struck a temporary agreement with the Justice Department not to move forward with a federal lawsuit challenging the state's new net neutrality law, delaying a pivotal legal battle over...

Washington Post Tech
Oct 26, 2018

Facebook suspends ‘inauthentic' Iranian accounts that criticized Trump and spread divisive political messages
The social media giant said Friday that it had suspended 82 pages, groups and accounts that had originated in Iran.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 26, 2018

‘Right-to-repair' advocates claim major victory in new smartphone copyright exemption
It's legal now to fix your smartphone on your own or jailbreak voice assistants.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 26, 2018

Facebook suspends "inauthentic" Iranian accounts that criticized Trump and spread divisive political messages
Facebook announced Friday that it had suspended 82 pages, groups and accounts that originated in Iran for engaging in "coordinated inauthentic behavior" and sharing divisive political messages, including opposition to President Trump.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 26, 2018

Trump claims that Twitter has ‘removed many people from my account'
But a review by The Washington Post found that President Trump's follower count has generally increased throughout the year and into October.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2018

Cities are challenging the FCC with a court fight over cell sites
Millions of dollars in local fees are at stake over efforts to accelerate the spread of 5G wireless technology.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2018

More than a dozen cities are challenging the FCC over how to deploy 5G cell sites
Millions of dollars in local fees are at stake over efforts to accelerate the spread of 5G wireless technology.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2018

Google says it's fired 48 people for sexual misconduct, amid reports it paid $90 million to an accused harasser
As many as 48 people have been fired from Google over sexual harassment allegations over the past two years, CEO Sundar Pichai said, 13 of whom were senior managers and above.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2018

Trump is rolling back two Obama-era memos on wireless technology and replacing them with his own ‘national spectrum strategy'
With one eye on China, Trump wants more wireless airwaves made available to U.S. businesses.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 25, 2018

Tesla posts profit despite Elon Musk's actions
Tesla made good on Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk's promise that it would turn a profit in the third quarter as it ramps up production of its Model 3 sedan, sending its shares higher in after-market trade.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 24, 2018

Tesla turns a profit in what Musk calls ‘a historic quarter'
Tesla's new financial results marked a moment of truth for Elon Musk's all-electric automaker.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 24, 2018

How a six-year-old photo of a bleeding policeman is being used to stoke fears about the migrant caravan
The viral image shared by the wife of a Supreme Court justice, among many others, shows misleading information is still flowing on social media, despite promises by Facebook and other companies to prevent a repeat of the 2016 president election.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 24, 2018

Here's what happens when police pull over a driverless car
Waymo has released a guide that explains how its driverless vehicles will respond after they've been pulled over by police. A debate about whether police should be able to disable driverless vehicle is beginning to emerge.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 24, 2018

Italy fines Apple and Samsung for pressuring customers to buy new phones through software updates
Italian antitrust officials allege that Apple and Samsung pressured customers to download software updates that led to device malfunctions, which ultimately pushed customers to buy newer products.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 24, 2018

These guys stole a Tesla and revealed a huge security flaw
Thieves stole the Tesla Model S in Epping, Essex by appearing to use a tablet to pick up a signal from the Tesla fob inside the house.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2018

Money vs. morals: Khashoggi killing raises questions in Silicon Valley about Saudi investment
A few prominent voices in Silicon Valley are calling for the tech world to exercise greater caution in vetting its investors, challenging the hush-hush world of money-raising in the startup industry.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2018

Silicon Valley struggles to voice its concerns over Khashoggi killing amid vast Saudi money and influence
A few prominent voices in Silicon Valley are calling for the tech world to exercise greater caution in vetting its investors, challenging the hush-hush world of money-raising in the startup industry.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2018

This CEO allegedly stole millions from low-income phone subscribers to pay for a Ferrari, a private jet and a Florida condo
Now he faces a record fine from the Federal Communications Commission.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2018

Amazon met with ICE officials over facial-recognition system that could identify immigrants
The move could shove the tech giant further into a growing debate over the industry's work with the government.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2018

Charlotte and Austin outrank San Francisco in study of best places to work in tech
A new study offers a snapshot of the country's evolving tech labor market highlighting a shift away from coastal tech centers and the rising IT opportunities in college towns.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2018

What's the difference between the iPhone XS and XR?
Apple says it wants to reach a broader audience with its $749 iPhone XR. The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler examines the new iPhone XR and compares it to the more advanced iPhone XS.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 23, 2018

iPhone XR: The best $250 you ever saved on a new phone
The $750 middle child of Apple's confusing new lineup is the best-value iPhone in years. Here's why you should consider the XR instead of the XS.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 22, 2018

The Saudi investment conference's website apparently has been hacked and taken down
The summit's homepage was overtaken by messages critical of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 22, 2018

Elon Musk says Boring Company test tunnel for high-speed travel to open in December
Musk says he will soon open a test tunnel to the public to demonstrate the viability of an ambitious underground high-speed transportation system.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 22, 2018

The White House is wooing tech workers to do tours of duty in government
The White House plans to convene tech giants including Amazon, Google, Microsoft and IBM on Monday and urge them to make it easier for their workers to leave behind their big paychecks and snazzy office perks and do brief tours of duty in government.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 20, 2018

Class-action lawsuit accuses e-scooter companies of ‘gross negligence'
Two of the country's largest e-scooter companies have been accused of gross negligence and a series of assaults stemming from hit-and-run incidents involving pedestrians, according to a class-action lawsuit filed Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 20, 2018

Drink too much beer at a Dallas Cowboys game? Now a free robot-driven van will scoop you up afterward.
A self-driving ride-hailing company has launched in Arlington, Tex., where a fleet of robot-driven vans ferry people between downtown landmarks, restaurants and sporting events.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 19, 2018

McCain's a ‘geezer,' and Ryan's an ‘absolute nobody': Russia's playbook for sounding American in Facebook propaganda
Name the subject, and Russian disinformation operatives had a playbook on how to pass themselves off as politically active Americans to manipulate U.S. voters. The same tactics honed during the 2016 election carried over into the run-up to the midterms.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 19, 2018

We tried whispering to an Amazon Echo. It whispered back.
Amazon released an Alexa skill for its Echo on Oct. 18 that allows it to whisper to U.S. users for life's quieter moments.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 19, 2018

McCain's a ‘geezer‘ and Ryan's an ‘absolute nobody': Russia's playbook for sounding American in Facebook propaganda
Name the subject, and Russian disinformation operatives had a playbook on how to pass themselves off as politically active Americans as they secretly sought to manipulate U.S. voters online -- on both the right and the left -- with incendiary phrases, glib putdowns and appeals to pre-existing political biases. And the same tactics honed during the 2016 presidential election carried over into the runup toward the 2018 midterm congressional vote.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 19, 2018

McCain's a ‘geezer' and Ryan's an ‘absolute nobody': Russia's playbook for sounding American in Facebook propaganda
Name the subject, and Russian disinformation operatives had a playbook on how to pass themselves off as politically active Americans as they secretly sought to manipulate U.S. voters online -- on both the right and the left -- with incendiary phrases, glib putdowns and appeals to pre-existing political biases. And the same tactics honed during the 2016 presidential election carried over into the runup toward the 2018 midterm congressional vote.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 19, 2018

Anand Giridharadas: The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi highlights Silicon Valley's Saudi hypocrisy
The financial ties between the Saudi government and the tech industry underscore the delusion of an enlightened tech sector, says Giridharadas.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 19, 2018

Bill Gates honors Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who died Monday
"Paul deserved more time in life. He would have made the most of it," Gates wrote in an essay in the Wall Street Journal.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 19, 2018

Facebook hires Nick Clegg, Britain's former deputy prime minister, to lead global affairs
Clegg will take over from Elliot Schrage and could put the company on a stronger footing in Europe.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2018

Tesla chief Elon Musk unveils a $35,000 Model 3 (that actually costs a bit more)
The move signals an attempt for the all-electric automaker to get back to business after months of controversy.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2018

I fell for Facebook fake news. Here's why millions of you did, too.
Everyone now knows the Web is filled with lies. So then how do fake Facebook posts, YouTube videos and tweets keep making suckers of us?

Washington Post Tech
Oct 18, 2018

Shaken by hype, self-driving leaders adopt new strategy: Shutting up
After years of self-driving hype, companies are taking a more subdued approach to addressing the tough realities of the most complicated robotic system ever built.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2018

Iranians masqueraded as foreign journalists to push political messages online, new Twitter data shows
Twitter accounts originating in Iran masqueraded as foreign journalists and concerned U.S. citizens in an attempt to push political messages, according to new research.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 17, 2018

New data show how Iran tried to manipulate public opinion on Twitter
Twitter accounts originating in Iran masqueraded as foreign journalists and concerned U.S. citizens in their attempt to push political messages on the social media site until they were suspended earlier this year, according to new research published Wednesday.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2018

FCC says Hurricane Michael victims in Florida deserve a month of free cell service
Chairman Ajit Pai slammed carriers such as AT&T and Verizon for their "completely unacceptable" response to the storm.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2018

Google will no longer force Android phone makers to set Chrome as the default browser — in the E.U.
Google is ending a controversial practice in Europe whereby it required smartphone makers seeking to pre-install Google's app store to also add other Google apps, such as search and Chrome.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2018

Google ends controversial practice with its mobile apps in the E.U.
Google is ending a controversial practice in Europe whereby it required smartphone makers seeking to pre-install Google's app store to also add other Google apps, such as search and Chrome.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2018

Facebook's former security chief warns of tech's ‘negative impacts' — and has a plan to help solve them
Facebook's former security chief plans to launch an institute at Stanford University to help technology companies and the public work together to solve the negative effects technology can have on society.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2018

Google really is trying to build a censored Chinese search engine, its CEO confirms
Given Chinese censorship issues, the project has led to employee backlash at the search engine giant.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 16, 2018

'Swipe right to sue': Now you can file lawsuits the same way you find hookups on Tinder
The app launched last week and already has thousands of downloads, its founder says.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2018

Paul Allen, Microsoft co-founder and billionaire investor, dies at 65
Mr. Allen, who in 1975 set up with Bill Gates the company that became known as Microsoft, died Monday from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in Seattle, according to a statement from his family. He also used his Microsoft stock as collateral to invest in entities including sports teams, buying the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail […]

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2018

A small privacy change for Google leads to big disruptions for start-ups
Google's move to cut developers off from scanning people's Gmail for ad targeting might go unnoticed by most users -- but it could upend a whole segment of apps, highlighting the outsized power and influence Google wields as a gatekeeper of data.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2018

A small privacy change for Google leads to big disruptions for startups
Google's move to cut developers off from scanning people's Gmail for ad targeting might go unnoticed by most users -- but it could upend a whole segment of apps, highlighting the outsized power and influence Google wields as a gatekeeper of data.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 15, 2018

The bizarre thing that happens when artificial intelligence tells people their fortunes
Alexander Reben trained artificial intelligence to create restaurant-style fortune-cookie fortunes. The roboticist didn't expect that the AI would start producing strange and ominous messages, many of them tinged with absurdist humor.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 12, 2018

Facebook says millions of users had phone numbers, search history and location data stolen in recent hack
An online attack that forced Facebook to log out 90 million users last month directly affected 29 million people on the social network, the company said Friday as it released new details about the scope of an incident that has regulators and law enforcement on high alert.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 12, 2018

Facebook says millions of users had names, search history and location data stolen in recent hack
An online attack that forced Facebook to log out 90 million users last month directly affected 29 million people on the social network, the company said Friday as it released new details about the scope of an incident that has regulators and law enforcement on high alert.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 12, 2018

For his latest trick, Atlas the headless humanoid robot does parkour
Boston Dynamics has riveted YouTubers with videos showing their robots performing physical feats. The tech company's latest teaser video shows their popular robot, Atlas, doing tricks worthy of a gymnastic competition.

Washington Post Tech
Oct 11, 2018

Here's how the FCC plans to defend its net neutrality repeal in federal court
The Federal Communications Commission told a federal court on Thursday that it acted properly when it eliminated the U.S. government's net neutrality rules, marking its first legal salvo in a campaign to battle back 22 states and tech companies including Mozilla, Facebook and Google that contend the agency's repeal was illegal.

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