- Microsoft’s new Windows prompts try to stop people downloading Chrome
The prompts appear on the Chrome download page.
- Tesla announces all-electric $1,900 Cyberquad for kids
It has 15 miles of range and a 10mph top speed.
- Microsoft’s new Office UI is now rolling out to everyone
It includes a more rounded look to match Windows 11.
- Crime Prediction Software Promised to Be Bias-Free. New Data Shows It Perpetuates It
Millions of crime predictions left on an unsecured server show PredPol mostly avoided Whiter neighborhoods, targeted Blacks and Latino neighborhoods.
- Show Me State governor hid data showing that masks work
Governor's own health department director had "great confidence" in the data.
- Amazon Is Helping Researchers Study How to Dim the Sun
Climate models are usually run on supercomputers. But Amazon has donated cloud computing time to run a model—with a twist.
- Hackers drain $31 million from cryptocurrency service MonoX Finance
Company says it has contacted the hacker in an attempt to recover the funds. Good luck.
- 2nd US omicron case just traveled to NYC anime convention with 53K attendees
The NYC event reportedly struggled with crowding and had weak vaccination rules.
- Apple’s frontline employees are struggling to survive
Does the company care about its hourly workforce?
- The US crackdown on Chinese economic espionage is a mess. We have the data to show it.
The US government’s China Initiative sought to protect national security. In the most comprehensive analysis of cases to date, MIT Technology Review reveals how far it has strayed from its goals.