"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
"Net Neutrality is gone. Welcome to the Biased Net"
"Google shutting down Project Tango in March 2018"
"BlackBerry officially ends support for Priv, outlines BB10 plans"
"Microsoft's Cortana now has 230 skills (and Amazon's Alexa, 25,000)"
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"Netflix is watching you. We're all watching you"
"The real battle for net neutrality begins: The people v. FCC"
"Yes, that Netflix tweet is creepy — and raises serious privacy questions"
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