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Oct 21, 2021

Facebook Oversight Board Rebukes Company Over VIP Rules
The news comes as the board published the first of its quarterly transparency reports Thursday

Time: Techland
Oct 21, 2021

Trump Plans to Regain Social Media Presence With New Company
Trump Media and Technology Group says it plans to start a social media company called Truth Social

Time: Techland
Oct 20, 2021

Why Netflix Investors Should Care About Its Chappelle Controversy
Co-CEO Ted Sarandos struck a note of contrition while speaking to journalists on the eve of a planned worker walkout

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Oct 20, 2021

Data Drives the World. You Need to Understand It
'Millions of us have traded security and privacy for convenience. That's a dangerous bargain,' Richard Stengel writes

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Oct 20, 2021

E.U.'s Ambitious New Tech Rules to Be Delayed Further Into 2022
E.U. countries originally envisioned an agreement by spring 2022 but in a more recent draft of the communique that E.U. leaders plan to issue, that target was made more ambiguous.

Time: Techland
Oct 20, 2021

Facebook Plans to Rebrand Company With New Name, Report Says
CEO Mark Zuckerberg is expected to discuss the name change at the company's Connect conference on Oct. 28, The Verge reported

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Oct 19, 2021

Is Your PC Running Way Too Slow? Here's How to Speed It Up
Is your slow computer driving you out of your mind? Don't start shopping for a new one just yet

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Oct 19, 2021

Facebook Settles U.S. Claims That It Reserved Jobs for Foreigners With Temporary H-1B Visas
The company agreed to pay as much as $14.3 million in separate settlement agreements

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Oct 18, 2021

The U.S.'s First Bitcoin-Linked Exchange-Traded Fund Launches
Here's a look at what the ETF does and doesn't do

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Oct 18, 2021

Another Facebook Whistleblower Just Testified in British Parliament. Here's What to Know About Her Allegations
Zhang explained that the impact of Facebook's inaction on fake engagement was particularly significant in countries with authoritarian leaders who are "creating activity [on the platform] to manipulate their own citizenry".

Time: Techland
Oct 15, 2021

The Biggest Changes in Microsoft Windows 11
Microsoft's Windows 11 is finally here—six years after the launch of its predecessor. The operating system promises larger changes (like Android apps) on the way, but longtime Windows users will be just fine adjusting to the only slightly altered layout like the now-centered taskbar and simplified widget bar. The biggest change to Windows 11 is…

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Oct 15, 2021

Inside the World of Black Bitcoin, Where Crypto Is About Making More Than Just Money
"We can operate on an even playing field in the digital world"

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Oct 14, 2021

Microsoft Shuts Down LinkedIn in China, Citing ‘Challenging Operating' Climate
The move makes the platform the last major U.S. social media provider to pull out of the country

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Oct 13, 2021

Microsoft Agrees to Human Rights Review of Deals With Law Enforcement and Government
Microsoft Corp., which has faced pressure from employees and shareholders over contracts with governments and law enforcement agencies, agreed to commission an independent human rights review of some of those deals. The move came in response to a June filing of a shareholder proposal asking the company to evaluate how well it sticks to its…

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Oct 13, 2021

Tesla Must Answer For Failure to Recall Autopilot Software After Crashes
(DETROIT) — U.S. safety investigators want to know why Tesla didn't file recall documents when it updated Autopilot software to better identify parked emergency vehicles, escalating a simmering clash between the automaker and regulators. In a letter to Tesla, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration told the electric car maker Tuesday that it must recall…

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Oct 13, 2021

Washington Wants to Regulate Facebook's Algorithm. That Might Be Unconstitutional
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen urged Congress to "change the rules that Facebook plays by" and regulate the platform's algorithm when she testified before the Senate on Oct. 5. By the end of that week, even Facebook itself had thrown support behind its algorithm being "held to account." Legislators have shown increasing interest in passing a…

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Oct 12, 2021

Why Big Businesses in Texas Are Ignoring Gov. Abbott's Vaccine Mandate Ban
Mandates have proven to be an effective but controversial method for compelling vaccine-shy Americans to receive their shots. But as the Biden Administration has doubled down on requiring COVID-19 vaccination—including proposing a rule that businesses with more than 100 employees mandate vaccination—for some Republicans, opposition to mandates is proving to be an essential credential for…

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Oct 12, 2021

Uber Drivers Say a ‘Racist' Algorithm Is Putting Them Out of Work
Some Uber drivers say they have been prevented from working due to what they claim is racially biased facial verification technology

Time: Techland
Oct 08, 2021

Inside the Battle for the Hearts and Minds of Tomorrow's Business Leaders
Tima Bansal begins every new course with a cautionary statistic for her business school students. A 2008 study found that MBA candidates enter business school with more community-oriented values, but graduate with more selfish ones. "They come in caring about the world, and they leave caring more about themselves. Why?" she says. Bansal, a professor…

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Oct 07, 2021

How Facebook Forced a Reckoning by Shutting Down the Team That Put People Ahead of Profits
Facebook's civic-integrity team, where whistle-blower Frances Haugen worked, pledged to put people ahead of profits. Facebook shut it down, but some former members are still honoring their promise.

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Oct 07, 2021

Facebook Will Not Fix Itself
Five years ago, I embarked on a mission to help Facebook change its culture, business model and algorithms. I had been involved with the company in its early days as an adviser and investor. Since then, I and countless others have pressed Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg to reform Facebook.…

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Oct 06, 2021

Twitch Hack Reveals How Much Its Top Game Streamers Make
The leak offers a glimpse into the wealth generated in the gaming sub-industry

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Oct 05, 2021

4 Big Takeaways From the Facebook Whistleblower Congressional Hearing
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen testified before the Senate that "Facebook is prioritizing profit over people"

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Oct 05, 2021

Messenger Apps Signal and Telegram Benefit After Facebook Outage
According to Signal, "millions" flocked to its app after a Facebook outage.

Time: Techland
Oct 04, 2021

Here's How to Fix Facebook, According to Former Employees and Leading Critics
"Facebook over and over again has shown it chooses profit over safety"

Time: Techland
Oct 04, 2021

Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram Down After Worldwide Outage
The company did not say what might be causing the outage, which began around 11:45 ET.

Time: Techland
Oct 04, 2021

Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram Report Worldwide Outage - and There's No Word on the Cause
The company did not say what might be causing the outage, which began around 11:45 ET.

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Oct 04, 2021

Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram Slowly Recovering After Worldwide Outage - and There's No Word on the Cause
Facebook did not say what might have caused the outage, which began around 11:40 a.m. ET and lasted for hours

Time: Techland
Oct 04, 2021

Facebook Blames Worldwide Outage on ‘Faulty Configuration Change' as Apps Come Back Online
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are back online after an outage that began at 11:40 a.m. Eastern Time

Time: Techland
Oct 04, 2021

The Facebook Whistleblower Revealed Herself on 60 Minutes. Here's What You Need to Know
"Facebook has realized that if they change the algorithm to be safer, people will spend less time on the site, they'll click on less ads, they'll make less money," Haugen told 60 Minutes

Time: Techland
Oct 01, 2021

6 of the Best New Features From Apple's Upcoming macOS Monterey
Universal Control, Low Power mode and increased password protections are on the way

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Oct 01, 2021

Workers Speak Out About Alleged Sexism and Safety Risks at Jeff Bezos' Rocket Company Blue Origin
A group of more than 20 current and former employees are accusing Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin rocket ship company of being a toxic work environment and not adhering to proper safety protocols. The workers claim in an essay that there's sexism at the Kent, Washington, company. The employees, led by former head of Blue Origin…

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Oct 01, 2021

How the Tech Industry Can Help to Strengthen Democracy Over the Next Decade
"The software industry should view democratic governments as their most important customers"

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Oct 01, 2021

Inside the Taiwan Firm That Makes the World's Tech Run
On the northwest coast of Taiwan, nestled between mudflats teeming with fiddler crabs and sweet-scented persimmon orchards, sits the world's most important company that you've probably never heard of. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., or TSMC, is the world's largest contract manufacturer of the semiconductor chips—otherwise known as integrated circuits, or just chips—that power our phones,…

Time: Techland
Oct 01, 2021

How London Became a Global Center for Fintech and What U.S. Tech Hubs Can Learn From It
When Silicon Valley veteran Eileen Burbidge moved to London in 2004, it was only meant to be temporary. With more than a decade of experience at tech stalwarts including Apple, Sun Microsystems and Verizon Wireless, the Chicago native felt a stint in Europe might help advance her career back in the U.S. With no language…

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Sep 27, 2021

Facebook-Owned Instagram ‘Pausing' Development of Instagram Kids to Address Concerns
44 attorneys general wrote to Mark Zuckerberg urging him to abandon the project, citing the well being of children

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Sep 24, 2021

7 of the Best iPhone Tips and Tricks for the New iOS 15
While a new iOS version has become an annual event, Apple's iOS 15 brings some notable changes to the iPhone

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Sep 23, 2021

Meet the 14-Year-Old Girl Whose Solar-Powered Invention Is a Finalist for Prince William's Earthshot Prize
Vinisha Umashankar is the youngest of 15 finalists for the a £1 million award launched by Prince William

Time: Techland
Sep 22, 2021

A New Campaign Asks Facebook Users to Log Off. Will It Have an Impact?
The campaign comes in the wake of a series of damning reports last week from the Wall Street 'Journal'

Time: Techland
Sep 22, 2021

What Would a Climate-Conscious Facebook Look Like?
'The initiatives that [Facebook] took are far too little, far too late.'

Time: Techland
Sep 22, 2021

How to Free Up Storage Space on Your iPhone
Maybe you've taken one too many 4K videos or maybe you're nervous about upgrading to iOS 15

Time: Techland
Sep 22, 2021

Airbnb Is Game to Share Safety Information With Rivals
Earlier this year, it was revealed that Airbnb pays out millions of dollars to guests who are the victim of violent crimes in its rental properties.

Time: Techland
Sep 22, 2021

Apple, Google Raise Concerns After Removing Russian Political Opposition App From App Stores
The app in question was a tool for organizing opposition to Vladimir Putin ahead of elections

Time: Techland
Sep 21, 2021

Instagram Is Doing Grave Harm to Our Generation. We Need Help to Stop It
Although Destinee was just 13 when she created her first Instagram account in 2012, she was late to the world of social media. She remembers standing in her best friend's bathroom, posing in front of the mirror as her friend taught her how to take a selfie. "Stand right here," the friend said, grabbing Destinee's…

Time: Techland
Sep 21, 2021

With 1 Final, Amazing ‘September' Dance Video, Creator Demi Adejuyigbe Explains Why He's Ending the Beloved Internet Tradition
Hours after Adejuyigbe released this year's video, his efforts had already raised almost $500,000 for charities

Time: Techland
Sep 21, 2021

The iPhone 13 Is Perfectly Fine
The iPhone 13 is no longer the cool smartphone choice, more like the pragmatic one

Time: Techland
Sep 21, 2021

Who's Afraid of Peter Thiel? A New Biography Suggests We All Should Be
Paypal cofounder Peter Thiel is famous for destroying media outlets, not paying taxes, and being a conservative tech billionaire. A new biography, The Contrarian, suggests that he is after more than riches. TIME chatted with its author, journalist Max Chafkin. Why should we care about Peter Thiel, apart from the fact that he is another…

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Sep 20, 2021

Twitter Agrees to Pay $809.5 Million Settlement in Shareholder Class Action Lawsuit
The lawsuit accused the social media company of painting an overly rosy picture of its future

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Sep 20, 2021

Why Apple's Health App Could Be the Sleeper Hit of iOS 15
When Apple's iOS 15 goes live Monday, it will come with the usual bevy of software upgrades meant to enhance slightly older iPhones while also laying the groundwork for the Cupertino, Calif. company's next generation of devices. While most of the tech world will be focused on the headline changes, like a long-overdue overhaul of…

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Sep 20, 2021

ByteDance's New TikTok for Kids in China Limits Access to 40 Minutes a Day
Douyin, TikTok's Chinese twin, had already upgraded its youth mode to limit daily usage to 40 minutes for users under 14

Time: Techland
Sep 17, 2021

Tencent Opens WeChat to Rivals' Links as China App Walls Crumble
The move is a major step for Tencent, which along with Alibaba and ByteDance controls vast swathes of China's internet.

Time: Techland
Sep 16, 2021

Instagram Makes Teen Girls Hate Themselves. Is That a Bug or a Feature?
The features within Instagram that cause teenage girls to develop negative feelings about their body image may be baked into the very core of the platform

Time: Techland
Sep 15, 2021

From Instagram's Toll on Teens to Unmoderated ‘Elite' Users, Here's a Break Down of the Wall Street Journal's Facebook Revelations
Reportedly, Facebook is aware of, and has failed to fix, numerous issues around moderation, mental health impact and toxicity

Time: Techland
Sep 15, 2021

DoorDash Files Suit Against New York City Over Order Privacy
The company says the law, which requires third-party food delivery services to share customer information with restaurants, is a 'shocking and invasive intrusion of consumers' privacy'

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Sep 15, 2021

U.N. Urges Moratorium on Use of Face-Scanning Technology and AI That Threatens Human Rights
The comments join a new U.N. report that examines how countries have rushed into using AI systems without setting up proper safeguards

Time: Techland
Sep 14, 2021

5 Big Takeaways From Apple's iPhone 13 Event, Including 1 Thing iPhone Users Should Do Right Now
The slight updates add up if you've been waiting to upgrade, especially with the company's smallest devices

Time: Techland
Sep 14, 2021

How AI Will Completely Change the Way We Live in the Next 20 Years
Artificial intelligence could be the most transformative technology in the history of mankind, writes Kai-Fu Lee

Time: Techland
Sep 14, 2021

Read an Excerpt From Kai-Fu Lee's New Book, AI 2041, About How Artificial Intelligence Will Transform the World
Artificial intelligence could be the most transformative technology in the history of mankind, writes Kai-Fu Lee

Time: Techland
Sep 13, 2021

Apple Releases Emergency Patch for Potentially Devastating Security Vulnerability
BOSTON — Apple released an emergency software patch to fix a security vulnerability that researchers said could allow hackers to directly infect iPhones and other Apple devices without any user action. The researchers at the University of Toronto's Citizen Lab said the flaw allowed spyware from the world's most infamous hacker-for-hire firm, NSO Group, to…

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Sep 13, 2021

Singapore Proposes Law Combating Foreign Interference Online
The ministry cited examples of harmful online campaigns—suspected of being carried out by foreign agents—spreading skepticism over Western-manufactured COVID-19 vaccines.

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Sep 13, 2021

Israeli Firm Unveils Armed Robot to Patrol Volatile Borders
LOD, Israel (AP) — An Israeli defense contractor on Monday unveiled a remote-controlled armed robot it says can patrol battle zones, track infiltrators and open fire. The unmanned vehicle is the latest addition to the world of drone technology, which is rapidly reshaping the modern battlefield. Proponents say such semi-autonomous machines allow armies to protect…

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Sep 11, 2021

Apple Faces Threat to Major Revenue Stream as Judge Orders Changes to Its App Store
Apple must let developers of mobile applications steer consumers to outside payment methods, granting an injunction sought by Epic Games in a yearlong battle

Time: Techland
Sep 10, 2021

Why Silicon Valley's Optimization Mindset Sets Us Up for Failure
In 2013 a Silicon Valley software engineer decided that food is an inconvenience—a pain point in a busy life. Buying food, preparing it, and cleaning up afterwards struck him as an inefficient way to feed himself. And so was born the idea of Soylent, Rob Rhinehart's meal replacement powder, described on its website as an…

Time: Techland
Sep 10, 2021

Facebook's Smart Glasses Can Take Calls and Photos, Lack AR
Facebook unveiled its long-awaited smart glasses in partnership with Ray-Ban, entering a nascent wearables market with a focus on capturing photos rather than augmented reality. The social network on Thursday showed off the glasses, called Ray-Ban Stories—a direct rival to Snapchat's Spectacles. The $299 Facebook glasses, which use EssilorLuxottica SA-owned Ray-Ban's classic Wayfarer frame style,…

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Sep 10, 2021

Brazil's Restrictive New Social Media Rules Could Be an Omen For the Future of the Internet
Brazil's new rules appear to be the first in the world to make certain types of content takedowns illegal under national law.

Time: Techland
Sep 09, 2021

An Open Letter to Tim Cook on Why Apple Should Compromise With Antitrust Regulators
Silicon Valley investor and tech activist Roger McNamee is frustrated that Apple does not appear to recognize how vulnerable it is in a changing political landscape

Time: Techland
Sep 09, 2021

United Nations' Computers Breached by Hackers Earlier This Year
The attack marks another high-profile intrusion in a year when hackers have grown more brazen.

Time: Techland
Sep 09, 2021

Silicon Valley Investors Haven't Let the Theranos Scandal Change the Way They Do Business
"The Valley is defined by its winners, not its losers"

Time: Techland
Sep 03, 2021

Apple Delays Plan to Scan iPhones for Child Sex Abuse Images
Apple says it needs more time to refine the system which would work by scanning files before they're uploaded to iCloud

Time: Techland
Sep 02, 2021

Facebook's WhatsApp Fined $266 Million Over Data Transparency Breaches
The fine comes weeks after Amazon was hit with a record €746 million penalty in Luxembourg, where it has its European base.

Time: Techland
Sep 01, 2021

Amazon Plans to Add 40,000 Workers to U.S. Corporate Ranks
The company's says it plans to add more than 40,000 people to its corporate ranks in the U.S.

Time: Techland
Sep 01, 2021

Here's What to Know About China's Sweeping Tech Crackdown—and Why It Could Make U.S. Big Tech Regulation More Likely
New regulations include: only three hours of video games per week allowed for kids, limits on social media algorithms, and a ban on online celebrity fan clubs

Time: Techland
Sep 01, 2021

This Startup Sees a New Business Opportunity: Teaching Gen Z About Money
The startup Mos, founded by a Tunisian human rights activist, aims to teach college-bound students the financial skills they didn't learn in school

Time: Techland
Aug 30, 2021

Airbnb Co-Founder Calls Offering Temporary Accommodation to 20,000 Afghan Refugees an ‘Easy Call'
The Biden administration reportedly expects as many as 50,000 Afghans to seek resettlement

Time: Techland
Aug 27, 2021

Apple Has Loosened App Store Payment Rules as Part of a Lawsuit Settlement
The concession announced late Thursday is part of a preliminary settlement of a nearly two-year-old lawsuit

Time: Techland
Aug 26, 2021

Why OnlyFans Suddenly Reversed its Decision to Ban Sexual Content
OnlyFans, the subscriber-based social media platform, sparked outrage last week when it announced it would ban "sexually explicit" content on Oct. 1. The platform, where sex workers, influencers, and celebrities charge subscribers for access to photos and videos, attributed the decision to pressure from banks and payment processors. Yet, within a matter of days the…

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Aug 26, 2021

Big Tech Companies Pledge Billions to Fortify U.S. Cybersecurity After Meeting With President Biden
The announcement comes after a relentless stretch of ransomware attacks in the industry

Time: Techland
Aug 25, 2021

Theranos Founder Elizabeth Holmes Faces Trial for Fraud. Here's What to Know About the Case
The Theranos founder's trial begins on Aug 31, as she faces charges of defrauding investors and patients

Time: Techland
Aug 23, 2021

An Artificial Intelligence Helped Write This Play. It May Contain Racism
'AI' is the world's first play written and performed live with an artificial intelligence. But what do you do when the AI begins to reflect humanity's darker side?

Time: Techland
Aug 19, 2021

Facebook's New Zoom Competitor Adds Virtual Reality to Conference Calls. Here's What It's Like
Horizon Workrooms is definitely weird, but not entirely unwelcome

Time: Techland
Aug 19, 2021

Facebook Really Wants You To Believe Clickbait Memes Are More Popular Than Ben Shapiro
One of the most popular links was for a shop selling CBD vapes, which was shared dozens of times by Jaleel White, who played Steve Urkel in Family Matters.

Time: Techland
Aug 19, 2021

Facebook Says Its Top Link Posts Are Mostly Low-Effort Memes, Not Right-Wing Politics. That's Not the Whole Story
One of the most popular links was for a shop selling CBD vapes, which was shared dozens of times by Jaleel White, who played Steve Urkel in Family Matters.

Time: Techland
Aug 18, 2021

Massive T-Mobile Data Breach Compromises 40 Million People
(NEW YORK) — The names, Social Security numbers and information from driver's licenses or other identification of just over 40 million former and prospective customers that applied for T-Mobile credit were exposed in a recent data breach, the company said Wednesday. The same data for about 7.8 million current T-Mobile postpaid customers appears to be…

Time: Techland
Aug 16, 2021

U.S. Opens Investigation Into Tesla's Autopilot Driving System
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says it has identified 11 crashes since 2018

Time: Techland
Aug 12, 2021

What Apple's Newly Announced Child Safety Rules Mean for Your Photos
Apple announced changes to how it handles certain images in its iCloud Photo Library and certain images sent on the Messages app

Time: Techland
Aug 12, 2021

How Technology Can Help Foster Inclusivity and Productivity at Work
'We destigmatized working from home— letting the messiness of our personal lives permeate a sanitized working world'

Time: Techland
Aug 11, 2021

Zynga, Once the King of Facebook Games, Has Made a Dramatic Comeback. Then Why Has Its Stock Taken a Dive?
An easing of COVID-19 restrictions could spell trouble for the mobile game industry

Time: Techland
Aug 11, 2021

Twitter Offers More Transparency on Racist Abuse By Its Users, But Few Solutions
The social media platform poured cold water on the idea that anonymity is a significant driver of racism online.

Time: Techland
Aug 09, 2021

How Extortion Scams and Review Bombing Trolls Turned Goodreads Into Many Authors' Worst Nightmare
Many authors and publishers now see the social networking site as a "necessary evil"

Time: Techland
Aug 04, 2021

Big Tech Is Coming to Small-Town America, But There's a Catch
Data centers run by Facebook, Google and other tech companies are expanding across the U.S., promising jobs and tax revenue but rarely delivering

Time: Techland
Aug 04, 2021

Tencent Bounces Back After State Media Soften Tone on Gaming
The developments this week had stoked fears Beijing will next train its attention on gaming

Time: Techland
Aug 02, 2021

5 Great Headphone Options to Get You Through a Sweaty, Song-Filled Summer
Whether working out in the heat, sweating up a storm on a hike or just walking around on a warm day, you need a pair of headphones that will hold up

Time: Techland
Aug 02, 2021

‘The Infinite' Virtual Reality Exhibit Offers a Taste of Life in Outer Space
It's currently on display in Montreal

Time: Techland
Jul 30, 2021

‘Cube Crawls' and ‘Frat Bro' Culture: California's Huge Activision Blizzard Lawsuit Alleges Yet Another Toxic Workplace in the Video Game Industry
Court documents allege a "frat bro" office culture, where women were sexually harassed and discriminated against

Time: Techland
Jul 26, 2021

Activision Blizzard Staff Sign Petition Supporting Labor Lawsuit
The letter was circulated following a turbulent week for the publisher behind Call of Duty and World of Warcraft

Time: Techland
Jul 26, 2021

This Vermont Utility Is Revolutionizing Its Power Grid to Fight Climate Change. Will the Rest of the Country Follow Suit?
'We have to move faster as an industry'

Time: Techland
Jul 23, 2021

How the Alleged Outing of a Catholic Priest Shows the Sorry State of Data Privacy in America
A newsletter reported a powerful Catholic priest regularly used Grindr. Their source? "Commercially available app signal data"

Time: Techland
Jul 23, 2021

Apple TV's New Calibration Feature Can Make Your 4K TV Look Its Best. Here's How to Use It
The latest update to the Apple TV includes a robust new calibration feature to save you time and money

Time: Techland
Jul 22, 2021

When Parents Said No to Their Kids Being Vaccinated, This Teenager Created VaxTeen. It's Now More Crucial Than Ever
Vaccination rates are lagging among young people as the Delta variant spreads

Time: Techland
Jul 21, 2021

Online Anonymity Isn't Driving Abuse of Black Sports Stars. Systemic Racism Is
Forcing social media users to provide I.D. hurts people who genuinely need to stay anonymous, and won't help solve racism

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