"Facebook kills its standalone Groups app" Engadget 2:15 PM
"Facebook uses AI to detect fake ads" Engadget 12:41 PM
"Tesla has a new Autopilot '2.5' hardware suite with more computing power for autonomous driving" Electrek 12:07 PM
"Adobe overshadows Microsoft's Patch Tuesday with 43 'critical' fixes" The Inquirer 9:14 AM
"How Baidu Will Win China's AI race—and, Maybe, the World's" Wired 9:10 AM
"The internet is finally getting a high-speed internet lane for emergency situations" The Next Web 8:02 AM
"Audiobooks for dogs is now a thing, but will you buy one?" Digital Trends 8:01 AM
"Fired Google employee says his gender memo was a reaction to diversity training" Los Angeles Times [Paid Membership Required] 1:23 PM
"Google DeepMind AI Declares Galactic War on StarCraft" Wired 12:41 PM
"Fake Google firm shut down after probe" BBC 12:07 PM
"Cloud SSD Storage: Google sinks to new low by slashing prices for attached and pre-emptible SSDs" V3 10:27 AM
"Google is about to tell websites they serve annoying ads" Engadget 8:01 AM
"Amazon's latest wacky idea: mobile drone stations on trains, boats, and vans" ReadWrite 7:50 AM
"These smart cities in Italy put Silicon Valley to shame: The city of the future could help you find parking, detect potholes and keep you healthier. Sicily's showing the world it can be done on a shoestring budget." CNET 7:44 AM
"Sony will use blockchain to beef up school cybersecurity" Engadget 8:51 AM
"Sony wants to digitize education records using the blockchain" TechCrunch 7:12 AM
"Japan Display to save $455 million a year from structural reforms" Reuters 7:09 AM
"Study: Most major websites have dreadful basic password security" The Next Web 8:01 AM
"Hate silly password rules? So does the guy who created them" ZDNet 7:07 AM
"Ransomware turns even nastier: Destruction, not profit, becomes the real aim" ZDNet 7:07 AM
"Samsung's Galaxy Note 8: The big questions ahead of launch" ZDNet 7:07 AM
"Firefox 55 is out: Windows users get WebVR, plus more speed, faster launches" ZDNet 7:07 AM
"Kentucky man, transgender wife sue Amazon for workplace bias" Associated Press 11:18 AM
"Google is in court fighting over how it pays women" CNNMoney 1:17 PM
"More than 60 women consider suing Google, claiming sexism and a pay gap: Scandal over discrimination at the company deepens as dozens of current and former staff say they earned less than men despite equal qualifications" The Guardian 9:44 AM
"India blocks The Internet Archive - but doesn't say why" V3 8:27 AM
"Three will sue to stop EE and Vodafone dominating connectivity" Engadget 8:01 AM
"Koch group, Craigslist founder come to Techdirt's aid" Axios 8:01 AM
"ACLU: Absent warrant standard, police could monitor anyone via location data" Ars Technica 7:51 AM
"Google engineer fired over anti-diversity memo files labor complaint: Legal experts say the case may have legs" The Verge 7:36 AM
"Wayback Machine has been blocked in India: The site says it has reached out to authorities" The Verge 7:36 AM
"FBI sting 'unmasks' US cyber-extortionist targeting girls" BBC 7:27 AM
"South Korea introduces world's first 'robot tax'" Telegraph 7:14 AM
"EFF files court brief urging warrants for digital device searches at borders" TechCrunch 7:12 AM
"U.S. push for freer NAFTA e-commerce meets growing resistance" Reuters 7:08 AM
"Deep learning revolutionizes conversational AI" O'Reilly 8:27 AM
"Brand influence of Snapchat declines while Instagram increases" BetaNews 8:26 AM
"Google's diversity efforts fall flat" Axios 8:01 AM
"As net neutrality dies, one man wants to make Verizon pay for its sins: Alex Nguyen filed the only formal net neutrality complaint, and he's still waiting for an answer" The Verge 7:50 AM
"Is the government worried about smart coffee pots taking down the West Wing?" ReadWrite 7:49 AM
"Dell XPS 27: Dell XPS 27 An all-in-one PC powerhouse with 10 speakers inside." DailyTech 7:49 AM
"Speaking in Tech: Do I need some weird thing listening to me in my house all the time? Alexa, Qualcomm, Google Voice and more" The Register 7:44 AM
"Amazon thrives by thumbing its nose at Wall Street" MarketWatch 7:42 AM
"Google memo outcry is about something bigger" Axios 1:17 PM
"YouTube CEO on gender discrimination: It still hurts" CNNMoney 7:53 AM
"Here's why the tech industry doesn't need more female software engineers: I am a woman who has been immersed in the tech sector for almost two decades. I have gone from a software engineer to running my own software development company. I am also a working mother of three kids. However, I have to agree with much of the sentiment in a memo from a Google executive which hit the headlines this week, and incited outrage in the US and around the world."" Stuff: New Zealand 7:28 AM
"Build a cheap Ryzen gaming PC for $550 or less" PCWorld 7:28 AM
"Galaxy S8 battery life tips: How to control battery drain" PCWorld 7:27 AM
"Android file transfer: How to move data between your phone and computer" Computerworld 7:27 AM
"When it comes to cybersecurity, companies need force fields, not walls" Recode 7:14 AM
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