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NYTimes Tech 3h
The battle over Amazon’s New York plans resurfaced tensions between unions over how to deal with Uber, Airbnb and other emerging giants: play along or fight?
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NYTimes Tech 4h
Watch a SpaceX rocket carry an Israeli mission to the moon to space soon
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NYTimes Tech 4h
"We caught a wave." Entrepreneurs and technologists chose the city as the place to work and live, just as the city’s industries were undergoing digital transformations.
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Huawei's technology may not be welcome in the United States, but the Chinese tech company is expanding its operation in Canada.
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NYTimes Tech 5h
A SpaceX rocket that has been to space twice before will launch an Israeli lunar lander on its mission to the moon tonight
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NYTimes Tech 5h
The genetic alphabet just doubled in size. Researchers have created a new DNA system with 8 bases, instead of 4.
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NYTimes Tech 5h
Pinterest is joining a stampede of high profile start-ups heading toward the public markets, two people familiar with the decision said
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NYTimes Tech 5h
From : This new app can tell you which elections Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Alyssa Milano didn't bother voting in by
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NYTimes Tech 6h
Jeff Brue attributes much of his misdiagnosis to outdated imaging tools and poor communication among doctors. He believes his technology can help hospitals store and share higher-resolution images — hopefully avoiding future errors.
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NYTimes Tech 6h
From : Can voter-shaming apps save democracy? by
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Looking for cheery news? You'll have to go somewhere else. by has the details on renewed hacking and the flaws in our internet platforms.
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NYTimes Tech 7h
Researchers found sensitive details about a military exercise in a NATO member state through social media platforms like Facebook, showing the vulnerabilities and privacy loopholes
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NYTimes Tech 23h
After 20,000 Google workers staged a walkout last year, Google agreed to do away with forced arbitration in cases of sexual harassment and assault. Now, it is doing away with the practice across the broad.
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NYTimes Tech 24h
China's authorities called it a free health check. They drew blood, scanned his face, recorded his voice and took his fingerprints. They didn’t bother to check his heart or kidneys. This is how Chinese authorities are now collecting DNA. Here's why:
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NYTimes Tech Feb 21
A new financing round values DoorDash at $7.1 billion. Last year, the company raised $785 million from investors.
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NYTimes Tech Feb 21
Australia doesn't have Venmo, and only recently got Amazon. It's not hard to live without them, writes.
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NYTimes Tech Feb 21
Handwriting robots are far from new. Getting them to do your homework, however, looks like a genuine innovation.
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NYTimes Tech Feb 21
The Federal Trade Commission has been asked to investigate whether Facebook violated consumer protection and child privacy laws by duping children into making in-app purchases in games like Angry Birds.
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NYTimes Tech Feb 21
It started in 2010 with a Facebook post. “Who wants to go to the moon?” wrote Yariv Bash, an Israeli computer engineer. More than 8 years later, SpaceIL's Beresheet mission is on the launchpad.
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NYTimes Tech Feb 21
Advertisers are again recoiling from YouTube after their ads appeared on children's videos targeted by pedophiles.
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