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Four reasons why a removable battery for the iPhone is a horrible idea

8 minutes ago   |   Fast Company

Reducing e-waste is a noble goal. Forcing gadget-makers to make batteries removable is not the best way to go about it. Earlier this week, the Dutch newspaper Het Financieele...
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Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip folding phone: Your questions, my answers

2 hours ago   |   Fast Company

Foldable phones are still in their pricey-curiosity phase. But Samsung's latest hints at future devices that might have mass appeal. When Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Z Flip...
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GDC 2020 has been canceled

12 hours ago   |   Tech Crunch   |   2 articles

Well, after what I'm sure was a hectic few days for the folks planning the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, the team announced today that they have officially...
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U.S. moves high-level U.S. meeting on China tech, possible new Huawei curbs to March: sources

13 hours ago   |   Reuters   |   2 articles

Trump administration officials have rescheduled for March 11 a critical meeting to discuss potential new U.S. restrictions on sales of technology to Huawei and China, people...
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Tech firms take a hard line against coronavirus myths. So why not other types of misinformation?

14 hours ago   |   Washington Post   |   2 articles

Misinformation experts have praised Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media platforms for removing misleading information about coronavirus. But that praise comes...
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'This is the time to go shopping,' trader says-here are the tech and energy stocks he recommends

14 hours ago   |   CNBC

Microsoft, Apple and Chevron look like buys as their stocks fall alongside the broader market, says Bill Baruch, founder and president of Blue Line Capital.
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Superhuman CEO Rahul Vohra on waitlists, freemium pricing and future products

15 hours ago   |   Tech Crunch

The “Sent via Superhuman iOS” email signature has become one of the strangest flexes in the tech industry, but its influence is enduring, as the $30 per month invite-only email...
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How New York can optimize its bold new building efficiency regulations

16 hours ago   |   Fast Company

A citywide cap-and-trade program for building emissions could use the fines levied against noncompliant building owners to invest in a strong, clean tech ecosystem. This past...
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Electric Busmaker Proterra Using Its Silicon Valley Tech To Make Green Freightliner Trucks

17 hours ago   |   Forbes

Proterra is leveraging its heavy-duty vehicle expertise and branching out into commercial vehicles
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Apple has banned Clearview AI's iPhone app for violating its rules

17 hours ago   |   Tech Crunch   |   2 articles

An iPhone app built by controversial facial recognition startup Clearview AI has been blocked by Apple, effectively banning the app from use. Apple confirmed to TechCrunch that...
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Stock Market Plunge Delivers Worst Week For Wall Street Since 2008

Stock Market Plunge Delivers Worst Week For Wall Street Since 2008

The stock swoon is being driven by fear that the coronavirus outbreak will derail the global economy. Read more ...

Oregon elementary school closing for cleaning after an employee becomes the...

Oregon elementary school closing for cleaning after an employee becomes the third potential case of 'community spread' of the new coronavirus

An elementary school in Oregon will be closed for cleaning after an employee became the first COVID-19 virus case in the state, local station KPTV reported. The case in Oregon... Read more ...

Trump accuses Democrats of politicizing the coronavirus, calling criticism...

Trump accuses Democrats of politicizing the coronavirus, calling criticism of his handling of the outbreak their 'new hoax'

President Donald Trump accused Democrats of "politicizing" the coronavirus, calling their criticism of how he has responded to the disease their "new hoax." Trump held a rally... Read more ...

FAA tells Boeing more training for 737 Max pilots may be needed

FAA tells Boeing more training for 737 Max pilots may be needed

WASHINGTON - U.S. regulators have told Boeing Co. that pilots may require additional training to properly respond to emergencies on the 737 Max after airline crews failed to... Read more ...

CULTIVATED: Border towns boom, Wall Street warns against Canadian stocks...

CULTIVATED: Border towns boom, Wall Street warns against Canadian stocks, MedMen earnings, and more

Welcome to Cultivated, our weekly newsletter where we're bringing you an inside look at the deals, trends, and personalities driving the multibillion-dollar global cannabis... Read more ...

GDC ‘postponed' as multiple participants pull out over coronavirus fears

GDC ‘postponed' as multiple participants pull out over coronavirus fears

GDC is cancelled. Organizers decided not to hold the event after multiple companies pulled out due to fears about the spread of coronavirus. Read more ...

Gamedev.world will raise money to provide relief for developers affected by...

Gamedev.world will raise money to provide relief for developers affected by GDC postponement

Gamedev.world announced that it will raise money for indie game developers affected by the postponement of the Game Developers Conference. Read more ...

Trump says he's ordering 'a lot of different elements of medical' to deal...

Trump says he's ordering 'a lot of different elements of medical' to deal with coronavirus

President Donald Trump said on Friday that the US is ordering many supplies to prepare for a possible outbreak of coronavirus within the country's borders. Among those... Read more ...

Google Employee Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Company Expands Travel...

Google Employee Tests Positive For Coronavirus; Company Expands Travel Restrictions

American companies are curbing travel and pulling out of big events as they try to limit their employees' exposure to the growing outbreak (Image credit: Amy Osborne/AFP via... Read more ...

The Trump administration considers using 1950s-era law to ramp up production...

The Trump administration considers using 1950s-era law to ramp up production of masks and protective gear as coronavirus spreads

The US could invoke a 1950s-era law that would allow the government to ramp up the production of gear to combat the spread of the coronavirus. The White House is exploring the... Read more ...