• Mon 12-10 [NYT] Your apps know where you were last night, and they’re not keeping it secret
  • Sun 12-09 Google just can't get the message
  • Sun 12-09 The future of television? Binge-watching is only the beginning
  • Sun 12-09 Half of tech workers call their work environment 'toxic'
  • Sun 12-09 Democrat blasts FTC for failing to crack down on Google's ad fraud problems
  • Sat 12-08 Google employee, 22, found dead inside NYC headquarters
  • Sat 12-08 'Magma shift' may have caused mysterious seismic wave event
  • Sat 12-08 Forced into arbitration, 12,500 drivers claim Uber won’t pay fees to launch cases
  • Sat 12-08 Amazon targets airports for checkout-free store expansion
  • Fri 12-07 FCC to probe whether carriers gave inaccurate broadband coverage data
  •   Preliminary coverage tests suggest "significant violations" of rules that dictate which carriers are eligible for federal subsidies.
  • Fri 12-07 Huawei’s CFO is being accused of fraud, and her main defense is a PowerPoint
  • Fri 12-07 IBM selling Lotus Notes/Domino business to HCL for $1.8B
  • Fri 12-07 UPS tries delivery tricycles as Seattle's traffic doom looms
  • Fri 12-07 California gives final OK to require solar panels on new houses
  • Thu 12-06 Tesla’s giant battery saved $40 million during its first year, report says
  • Thu 12-06 DarkVishnya: Banks attacked through direct connection to local network
  • Thu 12-06 Clues in Marriott hack implicate China
  • Wed 12-05 Auto theft on the rise in Toronto area, and a security expert thinks he knows why:
  •   Thieves are boosting the signal from key fobs inside your home to steal vehicles
  • Wed 12-05 Americans are moving less than ever, and it’s bad for the economy
  • Wed 12-05 Facebook knew Android call-scraping would be ‘high-risk,’ new documents reveal
  •   Internal emails show Facebook weighing the privacy risks of collecting call records — then going ahead anyway
  • Wed 12-05 VW says the next generation of [internal]-combustion cars will be its last
  • Tue 12-04 China announces punishments for intellectual-property theft

  •   Meanwhile …

  • Tue 12-04  Quora data breach exposes 100 million users' personal info
  • Tue 12-04  House GOP campaign committee says its emails were hacked
  • Tue 12-04  Google personalizes search results even when you’re logged out, says DuckDuckGo
  • Tue 12-04  Marriott’s breach response is so bad, security experts are filling in the gaps — at their own expense
  • Mon 12-03  AT&T will now keep your money if you cancel tv or internet in the middle of a billing cycle
  • Mon 12-03  Facebook employees are calling former colleagues to look for jobs outside the company and asking about the best way to leave
  • Mon 12-03  Musk’s SpaceX launches more than 60 small satellites into orbit
  • Mon 12-03  Despite CRISPR baby controversy, Harvard University will begin gene-editing sperm

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