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Only a few hours left to save on passes to TechCrunch Disrupt 2023
By Lauren Simonds | |
You have just mere hours left to save a bundle
Hip Hop 2073: A Vision of the Future, 50 Years From Now
Many talented artists are represented: a rapper with Trisomy-21 named
Sam Bankman-Fried Sent to Jail After Judge Revokes Bail
Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of the collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX,
Former FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried’s bail revoked ahead of October trial
By Jacquelyn Melinek | |
Sam Bankman-Fried, the former CEO of the now-bankrupt crypto exchange
Next slide please: A brief history of the corporate presentation
By Claire L. Evans | |
Before PowerPoint, and long before digital projectors, 35-millimeter film slides
3 best practices from the White House K-12 cybersecurity summit
By Kara Arundel | |
WASHINGTON — When a ransomware attack hit the Los Angeles
GitHub’s Hardcore Plan to Roll Out Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
By Lily Hay Newman | |
You’ve heard the advice for years: Turn on two-factor authentication
White House wants input on open source security, memory-safe languages
By David Jones | |
The White House Office of the National Cyber Director released
Tips to save money for a back-to-school computer
By Shira Ovide | |
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Amazon Cuts 27 Out of 30 Private-Label Clothing Brands
By Madeline Garfinkle | |
Amazon is significantly reducing its number of in-house brands amid
Why Walden thinks this national cybersecurity strategy will work
By Matt Kapko | |
LAS VEGAS — The first national cybersecurity strategy was released
The MOVEit mass hacks hold a valuable lesson for the software industry
By Carly Page | |
It’s time to move it and protect against the next
The US just invested more than $1 billion to kick-start the carbon-removal market
By James Temple | |
The first recipients will include Occidental Petroleum’s proposed carbon-removal project
Marvel’s VFX Workers Have Moved to Unionize—and It’s a Huge Deal for Hollywood
By Angela Watercutter | |
One of the many knock-on effects of Marvel making post-credit
X, formerly Twitter, lowers requirements for its ad-revenue sharing program
By Ivan Mehta | |
Elon Musk–owned social network X, formerly Twitter, said late Thursday
Why is it so hard to create new types of pain relievers?
By Cassandra Willyard | |
Opioid use disorder is a particularly difficult disease to treat.
Teens Hacked Boston Subway’s CharlieCard to Get Infinite Free Rides—and This Time Nobody Got Sued
By Andy Greenberg | |
In working with Rauch, the MBTA had created a vulnerability
Robotaxis are now allowed in San Francisco, whether locals want it or not
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5 growth lessons we learned while scaling from $2M to $3M ARR
By Walter Thompson | |
Jonathan Martinez Contributor Jonathan Martinez is a former YouTuber, UC
Smell Your Way Out of the Uncanny Valley | WIRED
By Andrew Kersley | |
In the summer of 2016, teenagers Anastasia Georgievskaya and Ivan
Driverless Taxis Can Expand San Francisco Services, Regulators Say
By Yiwen Lu | |
California regulators agreed on Thursday to the expansion of driverless
Cruise and Waymo win robotaxi expansions in San Francisco
By Rebecca Bellan | |
In a win for the autonomous vehicle industry, California regulators
Who gets to decide who receives experimental medical treatments?
By Jessica Hamzelou | |
Just last year, a woman received a CRISPR treatment designed
Cruise and Waymo Robotaxis Can Now Work the Streets of San Francisco 24/7
By Aarian Marshall | |
California today cleared all-day paid robotaxi service in San Francisco—with
Wisk and Archer Will Collaborate on Air Taxis and End Legal Fight
By Niraj Chokshi | |
Two rivals in the race to mass-produce an all-electric aircraft
Hidden forces and sliding screens trick the senses to make VR feel more real
By Devin Coldewey | |
The next big thing in VR might not be higher