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August 14, 2023
3 Best Deals From Roborock’s Robot Vacuum Sale
By Eric Ravenscraft | |
Scan through our Best Robot Vacuums guide and you'll see
Biden administration tells Supreme Court to block Texas social media law
By Cat Zakrzewski | |
Comment on this storyCommentThe Biden administration on Monday told the
Amazon’s devices chief is stepping down this year
By Brian Heater | |
David Limp is set to step down from his role
Injecting a Gene Into Monkeys’ Brains Curbed Their Alcohol Use
By Emily Mullin | |
When they conducted postmortem examinations of the monkeys’ brains, the
How to prove your innocence after a false positive from Turnitin, GPTZero
By Geoffrey A. Fowler | |
Your teacher says you used artificial intelligence to cheat. You
SecureWorks layoffs affect 15% staff
By Zack Whittaker | |
SecureWorks said Monday it will let go of 15% of
Dallas to pay vendors $8.6M for their ransomware recovery services
By Matt Kapko | |
The initial cleanup from a May ransomware attack that took
What happened to microfinance company Kiva?
By Mara Kardas-Nelson | |
Another key concern, strikers told me, is Kiva US, a
Microsoft, cloud security under the microscope with federal cyber review
By David Jones | |
The Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber Safety Review Board launched
TikTok Has Started to Let People Think For Themselves
By Nita Farahany | |
TikTok recently announced that its users in the European Union
TIAA hit with class-action lawsuit over MOVEit data breach
By Anna Merod | |
Dive Brief: A retired teacher filed a class-action lawsuit against
Nikola shares tank after EV maker recalls its battery-electric big rigs
By Rebecca Bellan | |
Electric truck maker Nikola shares plummeted Monday after it recalled
The Download: corporate presentations, and carbon removal funding
By Charlotte Jee | |
This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides
A Huge Scam Targeting Kids With Roblox and Fortnite ‘Offers’ Has Been Hiding in Plain Sight
By Matt Burgess | |
Thousands of websites belonging to US government agencies, leading universities,
Enterprise spending on cybersecurity has changed, and vendors must adapt
By Carrie Andrews | |
Sara Behar is a content manager at YL Ventures, where
AI isn’t great at decoding human emotions. So why are regulators targeting the tech?
By Tate Ryan-Mosley | |
In addition to proposing the theory of evolution, Darwin studied
The Great AI Backlash Has Claimed a New Victim—and You’ve Probably Never Heard of It
By Kate Knibbs | |
Many of the authors who chastised Smith, like Kunzru, disapprove
Lock your doors to Kerberos golden ticket attacks
By devans | |
When hearing Golden Ticket, you may think of gaining full
Werner Herzog Is the Voice of A.I. Poetry
By Joseph Bernstein | |
If artificial intelligence had a voice, what would it sound
AI startup Anthropic raises $100M from Korean telco giant SK Telecom
By Kate Park | |
Anthropic, an artificial intelligence startup co-founded by former OpenAI leaders,
Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Series Review: Pricey, Powerful Tablets
By Julian Chokkattu | |
You can now place the S Pen on the back
Student opportunities abound at TechCrunch Disrupt 2023
By Lauren Simonds | |
Here’s a reminder for students or recent grads. You’re the
Medela Freestyle Breast Pump Review: Less Cleaning
By Nena Farrell | |
I've been testing breast pumps for the past few months,
India, the world’s largest smartwatch market, is getting new smart rings
By Jagmeet Singh | |
The world’s largest smartwatch market is about to get two
How to Use Focus Mode to Get Work Done in Windows | WIRED
By David Nield | |
Spend any time working and you're likely to get interrupted
The space industry is starting a green revolution
By Carrie Andrews | |
Martin Coates Contributor Martin Coates is the CEO of U.K.-based
14 Best Tablets (2023): For Work, Play, Kids, Seniors, and More
By Julian Chokkattu | |
Tablets often don't come with kickstands or enough ports, so