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Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg should be "liable" for the company's privacy missteps, top lawmaker says
Federal regulators should hold Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg "individually liable for the company's repeated violations of Americans' privacy," Democratic Sen. Ron Wyden said Tuesday, including imposing penalties that apply directly to the chief executive.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

How Nest, designed to keep intruders out of people's homes, effectively allowed hackers to get in
Tech companies are deciding between user convenience and potential damage to their brands.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Teen sues Apple for $1 billion, blames facial recognition at stores for his arrest
The 18-year-old New Yorker claims he "was forced to respond to multiple false allegations" in several states, causing him severe stress and damaging his reputation.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

They asked artificial intelligence to create a new game. One of its first ideas involved exploding Frisbees.
Speedgate is a sport that was designed with the help of artificial intelligence in Oregon. The machine intelligence initially suggested the sport include exploding frisbees and underwater relays.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Sri Lanka's social media shutdown illustrates global discontent with Silicon Valley
The Sri Lankan government's decision to shutter access to social-media sites after Sunday's deadly bombings may mark a turning point in how countries around the world perceive Silicon Valley -- and their willingness act to stop the spread of falsehoods online.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 23, 2019

Samsung's Galaxy Fold won't launch this week after all
The move marks a major setback for what was the most highly anticipated new mobile device in years.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

How WhatsApp, FaceTime and other encryption apps shaped the outcome of the Mueller report
Encryption has become available to almost anyone since the Snowden leaks showed the vulnerability of modern communication. That fact was on display as special counsel Robert Mueller explained why he couldn't get to the bottom of some well known Trump-Russia contacts.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said to be under close scrutiny in federal privacy probe
Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its users' personal information have set their sights on the company's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy and weighing whether to seek new, heightened oversight of his leadership.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

Apple said Qualcomm's tech was no good. But in private communications, it was ‘the best.'
Sealed documents, obtained as part of a trial between the two tech giants, offer a rare window into the decision-making process of one of the most secretive and powerful companies on the planet.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

Boston Dynamics' latest video shows a herd of robotic dogs hauling a massive truck with ease
U.S. robotics company Boston Dynamics has debuted a new promotional video showing its four-legged dog-like robot, SpotMini, pulling a box truck. The video shows off the machine's physical prowess ahead of a potential commercial launch later this year.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 21, 2019

SpaceX crew capsule suffers failure that sends a cloud of smoke over Florida Space Coast
The setback comes as the company is preparing to fly NASA astronauts for the first time.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 19, 2019

Federal investigation of Facebook could hold Mark Zuckerberg accountable on privacy, sources say
Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its users' personal information have set their sights on the company's chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy and weighing whether to seek new, heightened oversight of his leadership.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

Boston Dynamics latest video shows a herd of robotic dogs hauling a massive truck with ease
U.S. robotics company Boston Dynamics has debuted a new promotional video showing its four-legged dog-like robot, SpotMini, pulling a box truck. The video shows off the machine's physical prowess ahead of a potential commercial launch later this year.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

What this week's Apple-Qualcomm-Intel dance means for the future of 5G
Qualcomm is now alone at the top of the 5G chip market.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

Firefighters had a secret weapon when Notre Dame caught fire: A robot named ‘Colossus'
French officials say a robot named Colossus played a crucial role in saving the Notre Dame from complete destruction. The robot is part of a new wave of firefighting machines that are being used to keep people out of harms way when fires break out.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 18, 2019

Facebook ‘unintentionally uploaded' email contacts of 1.5 million users
Facebook said it may have uploaded email contacts of 1.5 million new users since May 2016, in another privacy-related issue faced by the social media company.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

The FCC says it plans to block China Mobile in the U.S. in another swipe at Chinese telecom firms
The announcement could end the state-owned carrier's 8-year effort to gain access to U.S. customers.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

Zombie survival games are everywhere. Here's how ‘Days Gone' plans to stand out.
The game's director believes the world's "Freakosystem" will help transcend in a crowded field of similar titles.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

Watch these dog-like robots pull a large truck
U.S. robotics company Boston Dynamics teased the commercial launch of its four-legged robot SpotMini with a video tethered of 10 of them pulling a truck across the Boston Dynamics car park in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

Uber says it fixed electric bikes that had similar problems to bikes Lyft recalled
Uber acknowledged Monday that it modified some of its electric bikes recently after the company encountered a braking problem similar to the one that prompted rival Lyft to recall its own electric bikes in several cities over the weekend.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

Craftsmen built Notre Dame eight centuries ago. Now it may be up to robots to save it.
As the first images of charred wreckage inside the Notre Dame cathedral appeared online Tuesday, engineers around the world said one observation was already clear: to return the ancient structure to i...

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

A computerized YouTube fact-checking tool goes very wrong: In flaming Notre Dame, it somehow sees 9/11 tragedy
As images of the iconic spire falling to the streets played on YouTube, "information panels" appeared below the videos appearing to link it to the terrorist attack on Sept. 11, 2001.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 17, 2019

Apple and Qualcomm have settled their epic lawsuit over chip patents
The trial's outcome could affect how the spoils of innovation are distributed, upending the incentives and business models for companies that usher in new technologies.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 15, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez quits Facebook, calls social media a ‘public health risk'
Her campaign still sponsors several active ads on Facebook.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 15, 2019

10 things to know about Samsung's new folding phone
Samsung is releasing the Fold April 26. The Post's Geoffrey A. Fowler got his hands on one early and has a few things to address, from its camera capabilities to whether you can actually see the fold crease on the screen.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 15, 2019

Hands on with Samsung's Galaxy Fold: Make peace with a crease
The first folding smartphone is finally about to arrive, and our tech columnist answers some critical questions about what's good — and bad.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 14, 2019

Stratolaunch, plane dreamed up by Paul Allen, just became the world's largest airplane ever to fly
With the billionaire's death last year, the aircraft's future is uncertain.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 13, 2019

Watch the successful flight of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket
The April 11 voyage marks the world's most powerful rocket second flight and its first commercial mission following a 2018 test flight.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 13, 2019

Not all iPhones are the same. These cost less and are better for the Earth.
Used electronics are in fashion. Our tech columnist shows how to buy refurbished gadgdets — and not get a lemon.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 13, 2019

5G is about to get a big boost from Trump and the FCC
The Trump administration and government regulators are expected to unveil a major push Friday afternoon at the White House to accelerate the rollout of the high-speed, next-generation mobile data technology known as 5G.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 12, 2019

Watch SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket successful launch and perfect landing
The April 11 voyage marks the world's most powerful rocket second flight and its first commercial mission following a 2018 test flight.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 11, 2019

Uber files with SEC to go public in the year's most anticipated tech IPO
The ride-hailing company said it has 3.9 million drivers and operates in more than 700 cities.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 11, 2019

What law is Julian Assange accused of breaking?
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act has a long and controversial history.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 10, 2019

Net neutrality bill sails through the House but faces an uncertain political future
House lawmakers on Wednesday approved a Democrat-backed bill that would restore rules requiring AT&T, Verizon and other Internet providers to treat all Web traffic equally, marking an early step toward reversing one of the most significant deregulatory moves of the Trump era.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 10, 2019

Senate Republicans renew their claims that Facebook, Google and Twitter censor conservatives
Republicans led by Sen. Ted Cruz accused tech giants of exhibiting bias against conservatives, while Democratic lawmakers described it as a hoax meant only to gain more favorable treatment online.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 10, 2019

Is your pregnancy app sharing your intimate data with your boss?
Pregnancy-tracking apps such as Ovia have climbed in popularity as fun, friendly companions for the daunting uncertainties of childbirth. But they have also become powerful monitoring tools for employers and health insurers.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 10, 2019

How China's Huawei took the lead over U.S. companies in 5G technology
U.S. officials have pressured allies not to use networking gear from Chinese technology giant Huawei, and President Trump has urged American companies to "step up" and compete to provide the next generation of high-speed, low-lag wireless service known as 5G. There's just one problem: No U.S. companies manufacture the technology's most critical components.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 10, 2019

How Facebook is trying to stop its own algorithms from doing their job
Facebook is launching a set of new tools to combat the spread of harmful content and misinformation across its family of apps, including Instagram and Facebook Messenger.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

Lawmakers want to ban ‘dark patterns,' the Web designs tech companies use to manipulate you
New legislation would make it harder for tech companies to nudge Internet users to give up their data.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

Tracking your pregnancy on an app may be more public than you think
Pregnancy-tracking apps such as Ovia have climbed in popularity as fun, friendly companions for the daunting uncertainties of childbirth. But they have also become powerful monitoring tools for employers and health insurers.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

A brief history of black holes as we await the big reveal from the Event Horizon Telescope
Theorized but never imaged directly, black holes may finally be ready for their close-up.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

People can safely remove USB flash drives without paralyzing fear
Using Windows 10, Microsoft users can, by default, swiftly remove their USB drives without "safely" ejecting them.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

A flood online of hate speech greets lawmakers probing Facebook and Google about white nationalism
A congressional hearing to explore the spread of white nationalism on social media quickly served to illustrate of the problem Silicon Valley faces, after anonymous users on YouTube began posting attacks on the basis of race and religion.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

Help Desk: How do you stop robocalls to your landline?
Our tech columnist answers your questions about how to block spam, nuisance and fraudulent calls on your home phone.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

U.K. unveils sweeping plan to penalize Facebook and Google for harmful online content
British regulators on Sunday unveiled a landmark proposal to penalize Facebook, Google and other tech giants that fail to stop the spread of harmful content online, marking a major new regulatory threat for an industry that's long dodged responsibility for what its users say or share.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 09, 2019

Facebook and Google to be quizzed on white nationalism and political bias as Congress pushes dueling reasons for regulation
Congressional lawmakers plan to grill Facebook and Google this week over the ways they police their platforms, including their efforts to stop online racism from spurring real-world violence, offering the latest sign that tech giants face a global regulatory reckoning for their business practices.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 06, 2019

They were settling into their Airbnb. Then they found a hidden camera.
A family has accused the company of failing to take seriously their alleged privacy violation during a stay in an Ireland Airbnb.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 05, 2019

Trump's moonshot: The next giant leap or another empty promise?
Since President George H.W. Bush called for a return to the moon in 1989 to mark the 20th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, several presidents have called for NASA to send astronauts to the moon or Mars with soaring rhetoric that's never been matched by the resources or political resolve to make such promises come true. Now, on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, it is the Trump administration's turn.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 05, 2019

Watch a self-driving car learn to navigate narrow European streets like a human driver
An upstart British company called Wayve claims it has created a self-driving car using satellite navigation and cameras. Instead of relying on sophisticated senors for navigation, the company claims the car uses uses machine learning to mimic how human drivers learn to drive.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 04, 2019

Judge gives Elon Musk, SEC two weeks to settle case over Tesla CEO's tweets
The court hearing comes as Tesla's Model 3 delivery numbers come in below even analysts' tempered expectations.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 04, 2019

House lawmakers to question Facebook, Google on spread of white nationalism online
House Democrats plan to grill Facebook and Google next week on their efforts to stop the spread of white nationalism and hate speech online, a hearing that comes in response to a series of violent, racially motivated attacks around the world, including a mass shooting in New Zealand last month.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 04, 2019

Jeff Bezos, in divorce settlement, retains 75 percent of the Amazon stock he held with his now ex-wife MacKenzie
MacKenzie Bezos's stake will be worth roughly $36 billion, making her one of the wealthiest women in the world.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 04, 2019

Instagram gave Meghan and Harry the handle "sussexroyal," but a British driving instructor had it first
The couple's "sussexroyal" account finds 1 million followers within six hours, but a British man says Instagram co-opted the handle from him without warning.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 04, 2019

Die, robocalls, die: A how-to guide to stop spammers and exact revenge
We tested six apps and services to find the best way to fight back against spam bots, telemarketers and fraud.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 04, 2019

Elon Musk heads to court facing contempt charge as Tesla drops disappointing numbers
Tesla's Model 3 delivery numbers were below even analysts' tempered expectations.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 03, 2019

Apple employee detained by U.S. customs agents after declining to unlock phone, laptop
Andreas Gal, an American citizen, was asked to turn over the passwords to his mobile phone and laptop, which were both owned by Apple.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 03, 2019

Millions of sensitive Facebook user records were left exposed on public web, security researchers say
More than 540 million Facebook records -- including users' comments, likes, account names and more -- were left exposed on an Amazon cloud-computing server, researchers discovered on Wednesday, marking the latest major privacy and security mishap to plague the social-networking giant.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 03, 2019

Verizon said it turned on 5G wireless in two cities. Here's what it is, and who can access it.
Verizon said Wednesday it had turned on its ultra-fast 5G wireless network in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis, though it'll only be available to certain subscribers who pay a fee and own a compatible smartphone.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 03, 2019

Walmart's latest tool for ordering groceries: Google assistant
Beginning this month, customers who own a Google assistant can start using them to order groceries from Walmart. The voice command technology is the latest in a series of innovations designed to make the grocery shopping experience easier for busy customers, experts say.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 03, 2019

Hospital viruses: Fake cancerous nodes in CT scans, created by malware, trick radiologists
Researchers in Israel created malware to draw attention to serious security weaknesses in medical imaging equipment and networks.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 02, 2019

Robo-callers rang Americans' phones 26 billion times last year. Now, Congress is taking aim.
The ever-worsening scourge of robo-calls is receiving renewed attention on Capitol Hill, where top Democrats and Republicans this week are set to take an early step toward cracking down against scammers that prey on consumers' phones.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 02, 2019

This teenager started playing video games 18 hours a day. Now he makes more money than most adults.
Griffin Spikoski spends as much as 18 hours a day playing video games. His hobby that has led to nearly 1.2 million subscribers and more than 71 million views on YouTube,netting him advertisers, sponsorships and a steady stream of income.

Washington Post Tech
Apr 01, 2019

NASA is scrambling to meet the White House mandate to return astronauts to the moon by 2024
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said Monday that the agency will need additional funding to meet a White House mandate to land people on the moon by 2024.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 31, 2019

Boston Dynamics' newest robot is a massive birdlike machine that works in a warehouse
In their latest video, a Boston Dynamics robot can be seen working in a warehouse. The birdlike machine, called "Handle," left many observers wondering about whether it might take human jobs.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 31, 2019

As IPO soars, can Uber and Lyft survive long enough to replace their drivers with computers?
To deliver for investors, Lyft will have to make its cars driverless. In the meantime tensions with drivers will only increase.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 31, 2019

Apple pulls the plug on AirPower, its long-promised wireless charging pad
Apple has nixed plans to build its much anticipated AirPower wireless charging pad, the company said Friday. "After much effort, we've concluded AirPower will not achieve our high standards, and we ha...

Washington Post Tech
Mar 29, 2019

Even with IPO billions, can Uber and Lyft survive long enough to replace their drivers with machines?
To deliver for investors, Lyft will have to make its cars driverless. In the meantime tensions with drivers will only increase.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 29, 2019

Next time Trump bullies someone on Twitter, the company might call him out on it
Vijaya Gadde, Twitter's head of legal, policy and trust & safety, made the revelation on stage at a Washington Post-sponsored event in San Francisco.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 29, 2019

Facebook charged with housing discrimination by HUD
The Dept. of Housing and Urban Development charged Facebook March 28 with violating the Fair Housing Act, alleging that the company's targeted advertising discriminated on the basis of race and color.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 28, 2019

Twitter still won't remove Trump's tweets that violate its rules. But it will label them.
Vijaya Gadde, Twitter's head of legal, policy and trust & safety, made the revelation on stage at a Washington Post-sponsored event in San Francisco.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 27, 2019

Facebook bans white nationalism, separatism
Facebook announced on March 27 it will ban praise, support and representation of white nationalism and separatism on Facebook and Instagram starting next week.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 27, 2019

Artificial-intelligence pioneers win $1 million Turing Award
Computing's 'Nobel Prize' winners Yoshua Bengio, Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun helped lead to breakthroughs in computer vision, speech recognition and robotics.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 27, 2019

Facebook says it will now block white-nationalist, white-separatist posts
Facebook on Wednesday said it would begin banning posts, photos and other content that reference white nationalism and white separatism, revising its rules in response to criticism that a loophole had allowed racism to thrive on its platform. Previously, Facebook only had prohibited users from sharing messages that glorified white supremacy -- a rhetorical discrepancy, in the eyes of civil-rights advocates, who argued that white nationalism, supremacy and separatism are indistinguishable and that the policy undermined the tech giant's stepped-up efforts to combat hate speech online.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 27, 2019

Artificial intelligence pioneers win Turing Award
Computing's 'Nobel Prize' winners Yoshua Bengio, Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun helped lead to breakthroughs in computer vision, speech recognition and robotics.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 26, 2019

Uber and Lyft slashed wages. Now California drivers are protesting their IPOs.
The demonstrations in San Francisco and Los Angeles were meant to send a message ahead of the company's IPOs this year.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 26, 2019

Apple faces potential iPhone import ban after patent infringement ruling
The decision is the latest in a slew of unfavorable rulings against Apple in a sprawling and international legal battle between the two technology giants.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 26, 2019

Pence calls for NASA to send humans to the moon within five years
The vice president said if NASA cannot pull off the monumental feat, "we need to change the organization, not the mission."

Washington Post Tech
Mar 25, 2019

Apple now wants to be your cable provider, newsstand, credit card and arcade. But will it save you money?
Don't hold your breath.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 25, 2019

A first look at Apple News
Apple revealed a new service called Apple News , a $10 a month subscription service that will include magazines like Sports Illustrated and The New Yorker.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 25, 2019

Apple reveals new credit card
Apple introduced a new credit card run by them, not a bank, at a live event March 25.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 25, 2019

Apple's ‘show time' event puts the spotlight on subscription services
Services "is what today is all about," Apple CEO Tim Cook says.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 25, 2019

How GMU students' eating habits changed when delivery robots invaded their campus
In January, 25 autonomous delivery robots descended on George Mason University's campus. Today, the company that managed the machines -- Starship Technologies -- revealed how they've changed student behavior.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 25, 2019

Apple event: What to expect from the new streaming service and news product
On Monday, Apple is expected to announce something altogether different from its typical new products that consumers can touch and feel: A subscription service that in some ways resembles Amazon Prime...

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

Understanding 8chan, the self-proclaimed ‘darkest reaches of the internet'
The anonymous message board houses some of the most controversial content online. Here's a look behind its rise in influence.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

Baristas beware: A robot that makes gourmet cups of coffee has arrived
The food industry is adjusting to an influx of robots. The latest example is Briggo, a fully automated, robotic coffee machine that can push out 100 cups of coffee in a single hour -- the equivalent of what three to four baristas can do, according to the company. The machine gives customers control over ingredients, espresso shots, flavorings and temperature without any human interaction.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

Apple auditions for Hollywood: The making of a streaming service
Last fall, Howard Gordon, showrunner for the hit TV show "24" and co-creator of "Homeland," was in the middle of negotiating a deal with a newcomer to Hollywood: Apple. In a meeting with film executiv...

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

8chan looks like a terrorist recruiting site after the New Zealand shooting. Should the government treat it like one?
To experts in online extremism, the continuing celebration on the Internet message board 8chan of last week's slaughter in New Zealand echoes another brand of terrorism — that carried out by Islamic militants who've long used the Web to mobilize followers and incite violence. The persistence of the talk of violence on 8chan has led some experts to call for tougher actions by the world's governments.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

8chan looks like a terrorist recruiting site after the New Zealand shootings. Should the government treat it like one?
To experts in online extremism, the continuing celebration on the Internet message board 8chan of last week's slaughter in New Zealand echoes another brand of terrorism — that carried out by Islamic militants who've long used the Web to mobilize followers and incite violence. The persistence of the talk of violence on 8chan has led some experts to call for tougher actions by the world's governments.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

Baristas beware: A robot that makes gourmet cups of coffee has arrived.
The food industry is adjusting to an influx of robots. The latest example is Briggo, a fully automated, robotic coffee machine that can push out 100 cups of coffee in a single hour -- the equivalent of what three to four baristas can do, according to the company. The machine gives customers control over ingredients, espresso shots, flavorings and temperature without any human interaction.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

More Boeing problems: Another space vehicle it's building for NASA is significantly delayed
The latest date for the first test of Boeing's Starliner capsule was to be in April, which was already pushed back repeatedly. Now that first flight — a test mission without any astronauts on board — is going to be delayed to at least August, according to two officials with knowledge of the situation.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 22, 2019

NASA rocket becomes Boeing's latest headache as Trump demands moon mission
Agency head dismayed by new delay, but "Senate Launch System" has strong political support.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 21, 2019

Facebook says it left ‘hundreds of millions' of users' passwords stored in plain text
Facebook on Thursday said that it had left "hundreds of millions" of its users' passwords exposed in plain text, potentially visible to the company employees, marking another major privacy and security headache for a tech giant already under fire for mishandling people's personal information.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 21, 2019

Facebook to reexamine how livestream videos are flagged after Christchurch shooting
Users flagged the video of the New Zealand terror attack after it streamed live, which may have delayed Facebook's response, the company said.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 21, 2019

Facebook to reexamine how livestreamed videos are flagged after Christchurch shooting
Users flagged the video of the New Zealand terror attack after it streamed live, which may have delayed Facebook's response, the company said.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 21, 2019

Facebook to reexamine how recently live videos are flagged after Christchurch shooting
Users flagged the video of the New Zealand terror attack after it streamed live, which may have delayed Facebook's response, the company said.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 21, 2019

Devin Nunes sued an obscure Twitter account. Now ‘Devin Nunes' Cow' has more followers than the congressman.
Nunes filed a lawsuit seeking $250 million in damages and to unmask the identity of the users behind @DevinCow and @DevinNunesMom.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 20, 2019

‘Devin Nunes' Cow' Twitter account gained more followers than congressman after he sued it
Nunes filed a lawsuit seeking $250 million in damages and to unmask the identity of the users behind @DevinCow and @DevinNunesMom.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 20, 2019

Apple's big week of tiny product upgrades: Here's what's worth your money — and not
The iPad Mini is mighty once again, and updated AirPods give Siri a whole new way to misunderstand what you said.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 20, 2019

‘Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice' Q&A: A glimpse into the stunning world of the one-armed ninja
According to the game's chief designer, grappling-hooks and white-knuckle fighting will highlight one of the year's most anticipated releases.

Washington Post Tech
Mar 20, 2019

Parents charged in the college admissions scandal are turning to this convicted felon for advice on life in prison
In the college admissions scheme that captured the public's attention last week, prison consultants saw an opportunity. Part fixer and part therapist, their jobs range from soothing exaggerated fears about sexual assault and answering the basic questions about hygiene (i.e. "How do I use the bathroom federal prison?") to strategies for how a client might adopt for managing their business while they're behind bars.

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