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Exclusive: Goodwater Capital snags $1B across two new funds, despite cooling interest in consumer tech
By Connie Loizos | |
Goodwater, one of comparatively few firms to focus exclusively on
White House taps longtime military, intelligence leader for national cyber director
By David Jones | |
The White House plans to nominate Harry Coker Jr., a
It’s high time for more AI transparency
By Melissa Heikkilä | |
But what really stands out to me is the extent
The 42 Best Shows on Disney+ Right Now
Disney+, if you didn't know, isn't just for kids. With
TikTok Introduces Text-Only Posts – The New York Times
By Amanda Holpuch | |
TikTok users can now post text-only content, a departure for
Everyone hates Captchas. These technologies may finally kill them.
By Shira Ovide | |
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New York cyber lead warns of what states face in critical infrastructure defense
By David Jones | |
Dive Brief: Critical infrastructure providers are under more frequent and
Remember Amazon’s Clubhouse competitor? That’s okay — neither does almost anybody else
By Kyle Wiggers | |
At the height of the COVID-19 health crisis, when many
To execute the national cyber strategy, it’s going to take the whole US government
By Matt Kapko | |
Editor's note: Cybersecurity Dive broke the 69 initiatives out of
Generative AI is empowering the digital workforce
By Randy Swineford | |
#1: AI is empowering the digital workforce For companies embracing
Why Is It So Hard to Buy a Lionel Messi Jersey?
By Dan Bova | |
Lionel Messi official jerseys (referred to as "kits" by soccer
Average cost of healthcare data breach reaches $11M, report finds
By Emily Olsen | |
Dive Brief: Healthcare continues to be the most expensive industry
11 Best Couches You Can Buy Online (2023): Armchairs, Sectionals, Sofas, and More
By Louryn Strampe, Gear Team | |
Maybe you have a hand-me-down couch or a thrifted floral
Review: Glowforge Aura | TechCrunch
By Haje Jan Kamps | |
Laser cutters are nothing new, but Glowforge has a long
The Download: AI transparency, and Twitter’s transformation
By Rhiannon Williams | |
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides
How ‘Minx,’ a Comedy About ’70s Porn, Survived a Hollywood Shake-Up
By Marah Eakin | |
When news broke in December that Max (then HBO Max)
Slow Battery Production Crimps G.M.’s Electric Vehicle Rollout
By Neal E. Boudette | |
General Motors is investing tens of billions of dollars to
African governments are collaborating with innovators to strengthen local health supply chains
By Tage Kene-Okafor | |
Last year, global healthcare consulting firm Salient Advisory surveyed more
Mykhailo Fedorov Is Running Ukraine’s War Against Russia Like a Startup
By Peter Guest | |
“The defense forces and the startup communities are different worlds,”
Prosus breaks silence on Byju’s, says Indian edtech ‘regularly disregarded advice’
By Manish Singh | |
A key Byju’s investor has gone on record to express
Sony WF-1000XM5 Review: Smaller, Lighter, but Not Better
By Simon Lucas | |
Wireless connectivity is via Bluetooth 5.3, with SBC, AAC, and
Elon Musk’s Twitter is X. Its original name is from the dictionary.
By Ben Brasch | |
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Apple targeted in App Store antitrust damages suit that’s seeking $1BN+ for UK developers
By Natasha Lomas | |
A class-action damages claim is being brought against Apple on
Social Media Has Run Out of Fresh Ideas
By Lauren Goode | |
Social media is having its quarter-life crisis, if a quarter-life
Elon Musk rebrands twitter to X, replaces bird logo on headquarters
By Joseph Menn | |
Comment on this storyCommentSAN FRANCISCO — Twitter began removing its