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The Download: China’s influencer crackdown, and covid’s origins

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. How China’s biggest online influencers fell from their thrones No one had foreseen just how fast three of… Continue Reading →

A week with Dall-E 2, OpenAI’s text-to-image AI tool that is in private research beta and feels like a breakthrough in the history of consumer tech (Casey Newton/The Verge)

Casey Newton / The Verge: A week with Dall-E 2, OpenAI’s text-to-image AI tool that is in private research beta and feels like a breakthrough in the history of consumer tech  —  This story is part of a group of… Continue Reading →

Researchers Found an Unpatchable Security Flaw in Apple’s M1 And You Probably Don’t Need to Care

Researchers working with MIT have found a new flaw in Apple processors that they’re calling unpatchable. While that sounds bad — and under specific circumstances, could be bad — it’s probably not something consumers need to worry about much. The… Continue Reading →

The Download: Chinese hackers target telecoms, and aviation emissions

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Chinese hackers exploited years-old software flaws to break into telecom giants The news: Hackers employed by the Chinese… Continue Reading →

Google Contractors Accuse Recruiting Company of Systemic Wage Theft

(Photo: Kai Wenzel/Unsplash)A company that employs and manages Google contractors has been accused of quietly cutting previously agreed-upon wages, resulting in thousands of dollars in lost wages for each affected worker. A group of contractors working for IT staffing firm… Continue Reading →

A study of the first two years of Bitcoin transactions finds 64 key players who mined most of the Bitcoin at the time, contrary to decentralized crypto ethos (Siobhan Roberts/New York Times)

Siobhan Roberts / New York Times: A study of the first two years of Bitcoin transactions finds 64 key players who mined most of the Bitcoin at the time, contrary to decentralized crypto ethos  —  In myth, the cryptocurrency is… Continue Reading →

FarmWise, which builds a weeding robot that uses cameras, sensors, and AI to identify and cut down weeds without harming the crops, raises a $45M Series B (Jordan McDonald/Emerging Tech Brew)

Jordan McDonald / Emerging Tech Brew: FarmWise, which builds a weeding robot that uses cameras, sensors, and AI to identify and cut down weeds without harming the crops, raises a $45M Series B  —  FarmWise sells its AI-powered weeding robots… Continue Reading →

A Missouri Farmer Had to File an FTC Complaint to Get His Tractor Repaired

Randy Fath/Unsplash (Photo: Randy Fath/Unsplash)If you thought you had a tough time fixing a broken display on your smartphone, just be grateful you’re not a farmer. Or at least, not a farmer who uses John Deere tractors. In Missouri, a… Continue Reading →

Evaluating brain MRI scans with the help of artificial intelligence

In almost every country in the world, the proportion of older people in the population is increasing. By 2050, the number of people above 65 years old is expected to double compared with 2020, growing from 9.3% to more than… Continue Reading →

Google Pixel 7 Appears on eBay Six Months Early

A few years ago, Google gave up on keeping its Pixel smartphones under wraps in the months ahead of release. Now, it spills the beans early, as it did during the recent Google I/O event when it unveiled the Pixel… Continue Reading →

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