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Microsoft announces Surface Duo will arrive on September 10
The dual-screen Surface Duo will cost over £1,000 when it launches
telegraph | Technology | 7 hrs ago
This Vegan “Wagyu” Beef Convinced a Japanese Master Chef He Was Eating Real Meat
Top Tier Foods' vegan waygu beef is so convincing, it tricked a Japanese master chef into thinking it was the real thing.
reddit | Technology | 8 hrs ago
Donald Trump Jr. and Ted Cruz shared Russian misinformation about Black Lives Matter protesters burning Bibles
Donald Trump Jr. and Sen. Ted Cruz shared a story about Black Lives Matter protesters burning bibles that originated from a Kremlin-affiliated agency.
reddit | Technology | 8 hrs ago
Google Lookout: App reads grocery labels for blind people
An update to Google's blindness assistance app adds AI image recognition for food shopping.
bbc | Technology | 8 hrs ago
Facebook struggled to remove sensitive content under Covid lockdown
Fewer pieces of suicide, child nudity and exploitation content were removed when staff were forced to work from home
theguardian | Technology | 8 hrs ago
Samsung researchers arrested for leaking valuable OLED tech to China
Two Samsung Display researchers have been arrested and charged with leaking sensitive OLED tech to a Chinese company.
reddit | Technology | 8 hrs ago
Google creates 'world's largest earthquake detection network' by linking all Android phones
Millions of smartphones can now function as mini seismometers, tech giant says
independent | Technology | 9 hrs ago
Amazon Music adding Podcasts on the condition that podcasters don’t disparage Amazon
The corporation’s terms and conditions specify that the company cannot be maligned in any podcast’s “advertising or messages”
reddit | Technology | 9 hrs ago
Freeview viewers complain of fewer channels after retune
People complain of a loss of channels following works to transmitters in parts of the UK.
bbc | Technology | 9 hrs ago
How Facebook and Other Sites Manipulate Your Privacy Choices
Social media platforms repeatedly use so-called dark patterns to nudge you toward giving away more of your data.
reddit | Technology | 9 hrs ago
Xbox Series X release date: Microsoft finally gives rough indication of when next-generation console will arrive – but no word on price
Announcement comes at the same time as key launch title Halo Infinite is delayed into 2021
independent | Technology | 9 hrs ago
Facebook adds 'blackface' photos to banned posts
The company's rules also explicitly target references to common anti-Semitic stereotypes.
bbc | Technology | 9 hrs ago
Google turns Android phones into earthquake sensors allowing residents of California to get alerts.
Alphabet Inc's Google's Android phones on Tuesday started detecting earthquakes around the world to provide data that could eventually give billions of users precious seconds of warning of a tremor nearby, with an alerting feature first rolling out ...
reddit | Technology | 9 hrs ago
Facebook's new policy bans blackface and some Jewish stereotypes
The policy isn't being enforced yet.
reddit | Technology | 9 hrs ago
SpaceX seeks 'resort development manager' for Mars-bound spaceport
Elon Musk says he's 'aiming to make it super fun'
independent | Technology | 9 hrs ago
The Return of Anonymous
The infamous hacker group reemerges from the shadows.
reddit | Technology | 10 hrs ago
The Furious Hunt for the MAGA Bomber
Scarred by trauma and devoted to Trump, a man began mailing explosives to the president’s critics on the eve of an election. Inside the race to catch him.
reddit | Technology | 10 hrs ago
QAnon Followers Are Hijacking the #SaveTheChildren Movement
Fans of the pro-Trump conspiracy theory are clogging anti-trafficking hotlines, infiltrating Facebook groups and raising false fears about child exploitation.
reddit | Technology | 10 hrs ago
Facebook places curbs on ads by U.S. news publishers with political ties
Facebook Inc on Tuesday unveiled a new policy that would prevent U.S. publishers with political ties from running ads presented as news articles, as the country gears up for the presidential election in November.
reddit | Technology | 10 hrs ago
India's Contact Tracing App, Aarogya Setu - Accidentally Leaves GitHub Password Open Publicly
Story of how ShadowMap discovered the source-code for the complete Aarogya Setu platform being exposed on the public internet.
reddit | Technology | 10 hrs ago
Car sales rise and car-share companies boom as pandemic upends transportation
Coronavirus has left many wary of public transportation and ride-hailing services, in a boon to Zipcar and its competitors
theguardian | Technology | 11 hrs ago
U.S. ban on TikTok could cut it off from app stores, advertisers - White House document.
President Donald Trump's executive order banning China's TikTok could prevent U.S. app stores from offering the popular short-video app and make advertising on the platform illegal, according to a White House document seen by Reuters.
reddit | Technology | 11 hrs ago
We Tested Instagram Reels, the TikTok Clone. What a Dud.
TikTok might not be winning over President Trump, but it sure beats its Instagram copycat for making and sharing short videos.
reddit | Technology | 11 hrs ago
The problem with TikTok is not whether it is based in China or the US. The problem with TikTok is TikTok.
TikTok is one of the worst social media tracking apps. Changing where it is based won't change that.
reddit | Technology | 11 hrs ago
Facial Recognition Start-Up Mounts a First Amendment Defense
Clearview AI has hired Floyd Abrams, a top lawyer, to help fight claims that selling its data to law enforcement agencies violates privacy laws.
reddit | Technology | 11 hrs ago
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