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NYT > Technology

Former Twitter Employee Convicted of Charges Related to Spying for Saudis (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
A federal jury in San Francisco deliberated for nearly three days before convicting him on six charges while acquitting him on five others in the two-week trial.
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How Russia Propaganda Is Reaching Beyond English Speakers (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
Social media companies have taken steps to restrict Russian state media accounts. But posts from those accounts still spread in Spanish, Arabic and other languages and in places outside the West.
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Travel the World in an App (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
But be careful: Flight-tracking technology can be addictive.
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Hunting for Voter Fraud, Conspiracy Theorists Organize ‘Stakeouts’ (Wed, 10 Aug 2022)
A nascent effort to surveil drop boxes for potential fraud is taking shape in at least 10 states, worrying election officials and law enforcement.
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Change These Default Settings and Be Happier With Your Tech (Wed, 10 Aug 2022)
Simple steps can make your smartphone, computer and TV work better for you.
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Justice Dept. Said to Conduct New Interviews in Inquiry Into Google’s Ad Tech (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
The Justice Department for more than a year has investigated whether Google abuses its dominance over the interlocking technologies that deliver ads online.
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Coinbase Reports 63% Drop in Revenue Amid Crypto Industry Slump (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
The cryptocurrency exchange lost more than $1 billion in the second quarter.
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Biden Signs Industrial Policy Bill Aimed at Bolstering Competition With China (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
The legislation invests in American chip manufacturing and is part of a streak of legislative successes that President Biden is planning to highlight as the midterm elections approach.
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Ford Raises Prices of F-150 Lightning Electric Truck (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
Demand for electric vehicles has been far stronger than the supply of battery materials like lithium, nickel and cobalt.
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Snapchat Introduces Its First Parental Controls (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
The messaging app, which is popular with teenagers, has faced legal pressure to roll out tools so parents can keep an eye on their children’s social media activity.
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Crypto ‘Mixer’ Tornado Cash Is Blacklisted by the Treasury Department (Mon, 08 Aug 2022)
The crackdown was the government’s latest effort to rein in the crypto industry.
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Electric Cars Are Too Costly for Many, Even With Aid in Climate Bill (Tue, 09 Aug 2022)
Battery-powered vehicles are considered essential to the fight against climate change, but most models are aimed at the affluent.
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Why Alex Jones’s Trial Won’t Stop the Spread of Lies (Sat, 06 Aug 2022)
His success has inspired a new generation of conspiracy theorists, who have learned how to stay away from legal trouble.
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Amazon to Buy Maker of the Roomba for $1.7 Billion (Fri, 05 Aug 2022)
The acquisition of iRobot Corp., maker of the robot vacuum, will add to Amazon’s roster of smart home devices, which includes the Alexa virtual assistant and Ring doorbells.
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A.I. Is Not Sentient. Why Do People Say It Is? (Sat, 06 Aug 2022)
Robots can’t think or feel, despite what the researchers who build them want to believe.
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The Mysterious Dance of the Cricket Embryos (Fri, 05 Aug 2022)
A team of biologists and mathematicians studied hours of video to learn how insects take shape in the egg. The secret is geometry.
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Plug-In Hybrid Cars Gain Ground in Race With Electric Rivals (Mon, 08 Aug 2022)
There has been a surge in the sales of cars that can travel short distances on just electricity and have a gasoline engine for longer trips.
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Twitter Rebuts Musk’s Fraud Claim in Dispute Over Fake Accounts (Thu, 04 Aug 2022)
Twitter called the claims false and irrelevant in a high-profile legal fight over whether the billionaire can back out of a $44 billion deal to acquire the company.
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Classic Internet Censorship (Fri, 05 Aug 2022)
New regulations in Indonesia show that strict online controls are no longer confined to autocratic countries like China.
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Tesla Faces Pressure Campaign From Activist Shareholders (Fri, 05 Aug 2022)
One proposal from investors that would allow investors to nominate directors to the electric car company’s board was approved.
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Response to Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit Mocked on China’s Social Media (Thu, 04 Aug 2022)
Many users mocked the government for not taking military action to stop Nancy Pelosi’s Taiwan trip, saying it hadn’t lived up to its tough rhetoric.
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Richard Tait, Co-Inventor of the Board Game Cranium, Dies at 58 (Wed, 03 Aug 2022)
His decidedly eclectic board game became a familiar part of American family life in the late 1990s and 2000s.
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On Election Day, G.O.P. Raise Doubts about Arizona Elections (Wed, 03 Aug 2022)
Officials said there was no evidence of widespread fraud.
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Why America’s Chinese Tech Ban Didn’t Stick (Wed, 03 Aug 2022)
Lessons from how the U.S. (poorly) handled Chinese phone and internet technology.
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How Scientists Are Reviving Cells in Dead Pigs’ Organs (Wed, 03 Aug 2022)
Researchers who previously revived some brain cells in dead pigs succeeded in repeating the process in more organs.
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