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TechNN Archive: Sunday, February 11, 2018
 

 

General Interest
  • "7 Exotic technologies that were once science fiction, but now exist in reality" Digital Trends 7:39 PM
  • "McAfee discovered 'malicious documents' targeting Winter Olympics ahead of opening ceremony 'hack'" ZDNet 6:22 PM
  • "Facial recognition software is biased towards white men, researcher finds" The Verge 2:09 PM
  • "Facebook tool can judge whether you are middle class" Telegraph 12:48 PM
  • "Alibaba, JD.com heat up offline-online competition in China" ZDNet 10:24 AM
  • "Why Amazon built its workers a mini rain forest inside three domes in downtown Seattle" Washington Post [Free Registration Required] 8:49 AM
  • "Is Google working on an iMessage competitor?" Digital Trends 8:38 AM
  • "Google 'Snow Games' Celebrate Day 2 of the Winter Olympics" Time 2/10
  • "KDE launches updated Slimbook II Linux laptops with faster Intel Core processors" ZDNet 2/10
  • "Esports officially arrives in Japan, home of game giants" Associated Press 2/10
  • "Equifax says more private data was stolen in 2017 breach than first revealed" ZDNet 2/10
  • "Google Trips will help plan your travel with the minimum of hassle" BetaNews 2/10
  • "Google Autocomplete Suggestions Are Still Racist, Sexist, and Science-Denying" Wired 2/10
  • "Winter Olympics organizers say a cyberattack took down their computer servers during opening ceremonies" Business Insider 2/10
  • "His 2020 Campaign Message: The Robots Are Coming" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/10
  • "Qualcomm warns of customer losses, legal hazards to Broadcom buyout" Reuters 2/10
  • "Facial Recognition Is Accurate, if You're a White Guy" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/9
  • "Security firm Cygilant apologizes after social media meltdown" ZDNet 2/9
  • "Google Assistant one step closer to marrying Chrome OS, report says" Digital Trends 2/9
  • "Google explores texting from your browser" Engadget 2/9
  • "Google say pets are driving car searches" The Verge 2/9
  • "Code suggests Google Assistant will come to all Chromebooks" Engadget 2/9
  • "Getty Images and Google declare a truce with new image licensing partnership" VentureBeat 2/9
  • "Yeti: How a Google game console could take on Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam" PCWorld 2/9
  • "India hits Google with $21 million fine for search bias" BetaNews 2/9
  • "Google fined $21.1M for search bias in India" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "YouTube found 'no interference' from Russia during Brexit vote" Engadget 2/9
  • "YouTube temporarily cuts off Logan Paul's ad revenue" Engadget 2/9
  • "YouTube suspends ads on Logan Paul's channels after 'recent pattern' of behavior in videos" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Amazon will reportedly launch delivery service to compete with UPS and FedEx" VentureBeat 2/9
  • "Amazon's answer to UPS is getting its first proper launch in LA" The Verge 2/9
  • "Amazon said to launch delivery service to compete with UPS and FedEx" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Facebook's plan to build community with hiring and $10M in grants" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Facebook picks up half-hour dramedy series starring Elizabeth Olsen" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Facebook is testing a 'downvote' option -- just don't call it a dislike button" BetaNews 2/9
  • "Facebook pledges up to $10 million in grants for new 'community leadership program'" VentureBeat 2/9
  • "Samsung rolling out Android Oreo update for Galaxy S8" BetaNews 2/9
  • "Samsung leak shows off the Galaxy S9's new DeX Pad" Engadget 2/9
  • "Detroit begins enforcing its new Airbnb ban (updated)" Engadget 2/9
  • "Detroit just banned Airbnb without anyone knowing it" Detroit Curbed 2/9
  • "LG rumored to launch an upgraded V30s with an AI camera feature" The Verge 2/9
  • "Viacom to launch its own streaming service this year" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Disney's streaming service won't have R-rated films" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Disney's streaming originals may lean on familiar names" Engadget 2/9
  • "Qualcomm leaves the door open for potential Broadcom deal" ZDNet 2/9
  • "Under Armour's HOVR smart running shoes are more than just a gimmick" Engadget 2/9
  • "Salesforce to invest $2 billion in Canada business as U.S. tech firms head north" VentureBeat 2/9
  • "Aurora will power Byton EV's autonomous driving features" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Uber's new CEO could probably win at 10 dimensional chess" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Uber settles with Waymo over allegations of stolen trade secrets" Engadget 2/9
  • "Uber reaches settlement with Alphabet's Waymo over alleged theft of trade secrets" VentureBeat 2/9
  • "Uber settles lawsuit with Waymo" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Toyota invests $69M in Japanese Uber rival backed by the taxi industry" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Lyft partners with Black Girls Code to help develop a more diverse tech industry" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "The special data device SpaceX's Falcon Heavy sent to orbit is just the start" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Here's what it was like to be there when SpaceX launched the Falcon Heavy" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Whip the llama's ass with this Javascript WinAmp emulator" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "WhatsApp starts digital payment tests in India" Engadget 2/9
  • "Cylance brings enterprise-grade security to employees' homes" BetaNews 2/9
  • "SnapPower SwitchLight review: Better than any nightlight" TechHive 2/9
  • "WeTravel builds a payment platform for small travel businesses" TechCrunch 2/9
  • "Hacker group manages to run Linux on a Nintendo Switch" TechCrunch 2/9