Amazon exec says it’s time for workers to ‘disagree and commit’ to office return — “I don’t have data to back it up, but I know it’s better.”::“We’re here, we’re back. It’s working,” an Amazon Studios head said in a meeting, before acknowledging a lack of evidence.
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Vehicle ‘Kill Switch’ Mandate Is a Gross (and Dangerous) Violation of Privacy::Over the last century, the Land of the Free has slowly transformed into a land governed by endless laws, largely by cracking down on vices instead of actual crimes, creating a society that would render us all criminals if our behavior were...
My brand new iPhone 15 appears to have a burn in issue with the status bar where it leaves behind a dark faded version of the icons there. (I just updated from IOS 17.0.2) is this normal?
A Quinnipiac University poll asked U.S. registered voters to select one of four options to blame for the divisions in the country. Overall, 35 percent blamed social media, 32 percent blamed political leaders, 28 percent blamed cable news channels and only 1 percent blamed other countries.
YouTube is reportedly slowing down videos for Firefox users::Users are reporting that YouTube has begun adding a five second delay when loading a video on non-Chrome browsers like Firefox. Read on!
Using uBlock Origin, you can add your own filter. This filter will block any post with the text “Elon Musk” (not case sensitive), modify as needed....
The tech world reacts in shock to Sam Altman’s departure from OpenAI::The tech community is expressing their shock, disbelief, and theories on Sam Altman’s departure.
IBM suspends advertising on X after report says ads ran next to antisemitic content::IBM’s announcement that it’s halting ads on X came a day after Elon Musk boosted an antisemitic post on his platform
P.S. Some of the ‘big’ carriers, now and then, offer much less expensive ‘plans’. Some event beat the prices in this article, if your ‘Data’ needs are limited.
Android isn’t cool with teenagers, and that’s a big problem::Nearly 9 in 10 US teenagers use an iPhone, spelling disaster for Google’s mobile future
China launches world’s fastest internet with 1.2 terabit per second link, can transmit 150 4K movies a second::China is claiming that they now have the world’s fastest internet. Their new network transmits 1.2 terabits per second. That’s over 1200 gigabits, per second. At this speed, the network will be able to send 150 4K...
X Is The Biggest Source Of Fake News And Disinformation, EU Warns::The EU also called upon Google, TikTok, Microsoft and Meta to do more to tackle disinformation—much of it coming from Russia—ahead of upcoming elections on the continent.
Judge rules it’s fine for car makers to intercept your text messages::A judge has refused to bring back a class action lawsuit against four car manufacturers because the privacy violation did not meet the WPA standard.
Free speech can’t flourish online — Social media is an outrage machine, not a forum for sharing ideas and getting at the truth::Social media is an outrage machine, not a forum for sharing ideas and getting at the truth
Tesla will sue you for $50,000 if you try to resell your Cybertruck in the first year::Tesla may agree to buy the truck back at the original price minus “$0.25/mile driven” and any damages and repairs.
The Comic Books group has existed for a few months now with an inactive mod....
Apparently the word “pomegranate” gets lost in translation....
Maybe (HBO) Max Just Isn’t Worth It::Warner Bros. Discovery’s latest earnings call reveals Max shed 700,000 subscribers in the past three months, even as it made money. That might work for Wall Street, but what about viewers?
Looks like reviews for the portal will be coming in the next few days. Some people are reportedly getting charged for it now prior to shipping.
Solar panel advances will see millions abandon electrical grid, scientists predict::Solar energy costs have fallen 90 per cent over the last decade, while new discoveries have seen efficiency rates rise