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Foxconn's promise to invest $10 billion in Wisconsin is now a distant memory
23 days ago by Cancelthis to /s/Democrats from engadget.com
Scientists strengthen concrete by 30 percent with used coffee grounds
27 days ago by PanzerDivision to /s/science from engadget.com
Microsoft retracts AI-written article advising tourists to visit a food bank on an empty stomach
1 month ago by PanzerDivision to /s/Artificial_Intelligen from engadget.com
Tor’s shadowy reputation will only end if we all use it
1 month ago by GB43 to /s/Internet from engadget.com
Sony and other music labels sue Internet Archive for digitizing old records - The Great 78 Project seeks to preserve old music recorded on 78rpm discs.
1 month ago by neolib to /s/piracy from engadget.com
1 month ago by Drewski to /s/technology from engadget.com
Kevin Mitnick, who was once one of the world's most wanted computer hackers, has passed away at 59 on July 16th
2 months ago by neolib to /s/Death from engadget.com
Netflix axes its $10 ‘Basic’ plan in the US and UK
2 months ago by Drewski to /s/business from engadget.com
Twitter says it limited the reach of over 700,000 tweets that violated its policy - "In April, the website started limiting the reach of tweets violating its hateful conduct policy ... it will now also label and downrank posts that violate its Abusive Behavior and Violent Speech policies."
2 months ago by neolib to /s/SocialMedia from engadget.com
Reddit suffers a major outage after thousands of subreddits temporarily shut down - The company blamed the protest for causing issues across its website and mobile apps.
3 months ago by neolib to /s/MeanwhileOnReddit from engadget.com
'Indiana Jones 5' will feature a de-aged Harrison Ford for the first 25 minutes
4 months ago by [deleted] to /s/Movies from engadget.com
Steam will drop support for Windows 7 and Windows 8 on January 1st, 2024 thanks to the squeeze from Google Chrome
5 months ago by SoCo to /s/technology from engadget.com
Every link on Twitter is broken right now - TweetDeck is down too.
6 months ago by neolib to /s/SocialMedia from engadget.com
Don't forget, Microsoft Teams will soon dump all free users and wipe their data, if they don't upgrade to a paid tier soon
7 months ago by SoCo to /s/technology from engadget.com
Twitter opens public appeals for suspended accounts - Earlier this week, the company indicated a new appeals process would be coming as part of its policy to take “less severe actions” against rule-breaking accounts.
7 months ago by neolib to /s/SocialMedia from engadget.com
World's largest hydrogen-electric aircraft completes 10-minute flight. ZeroAvia's test is part of a UK R&D program for zero-emission flights
8 months ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from engadget.com
Newly introduced Wyoming bill seeks to phase out sales of new EVs by 2035
8 months ago by SoCo to /s/politics from engadget.com
Google is making its internal video-blurring privacy tool open source
8 months ago by [deleted] to /s/privacy from engadget.com
Facebook will reportedly announce ‘large-scale’ layoffs next week
10 months ago by IkeConn to /s/Schadenfreude from engadget.com
T-Mobile will start charging a $35 fee on all new activations and upgrades. Even if you do it yourself online.
10 months ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from engadget.com
State of Arizona fines Google 85 million for illegally tracking users
11 months ago by [deleted] to /s/privacy from engadget.com
A data-sharing agreement between the US and UK is now in effect
What does Musk think about world stability? His Twitter trial revealed earlier this month, hesitance to make the Twitter deal quickly included concerns of 'World War 3'
11 months ago by SoCo to /s/conspiracy from engadget.com
South Korean prosecutors ask Interpol for help in locating TerraUSD developer Do Kwon | Engadget
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/cryptocurrency from engadget.com
Trump's National Emergency order to Protect US Communications Networks, and signing of the TRACED Act, empowers legal action to finally begin against telecom providers enabling robocalls
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/news from engadget.com
British army Twitter and YouTube accounts compromised, replaced with crypto scams
LastPass no longer requires a password to access your vault, moving to flawed FIDO
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/Security from engadget.com
New York passes bill in another attempt to limit bitcoin mining
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/cryptocurrency from engadget.com
Toyota’s prototype 'cartridge' is a way to make hydrogen portable | Engadget
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/environment from engadget.com
Microsoft reportedly censors searches for politically sensitive Chinese personalities
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/censorship from engadget.com
Study disparaging ICE, exposes common ways all US law enforcement operate like domestic surveillance
1 year ago by SoCo to /s/privacy from engadget.com
Microsoft open sources the code for 3D Movie Maker
1 year ago by Drewski to /s/PCGaming from engadget.com
CNN+ is shutting down just weeks after launching | Engadget
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/Schadenfreude from engadget.com
They are at it again: DuckDuckGo removes search results for major pirate websites
Alphabet all butt hurt that Google Fiber workers successfully unionize in Kansas City; Starbucks and fast food joints get nervous.
1 year ago by IkeConn to /s/ButtHurt from engadget.com
GGWP is an AI system that tracks and fights in-game toxicity | Engadget
1 year ago by rapefist to /s/Gaming from engadget.com
White House briefed TikTok influencers on Russia's invasion of Ukraine
1 year ago by Jackalope to /s/propaganda from engadget.com
US Surgeon General orders tech companies to reveal sources of COVID-19 misinformation
1 year ago by Jackalope to /s/news from engadget.com
Honda and Isuzu announce hydrogen partnership for heavy-duty trucks. Isuzu will test Honda's fuel cell powertrain, which was designed for passenger cars, in Isuzu's commercial trucks, the companies said, which could pave the way for using the technology in a wider range of vehicles.
1 year ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from engadget.com
PayPal faces lawsuit for freezing customer accounts and funds | Engadget
1 year ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from engadget.com
NES and SNES creator Masayuki Uemura dies at 78 | Engadget
1 year ago by carn0ld03 to /s/Death from engadget.com
British scientist becomes first human 'infected' with a computer virus | Engadget
2 years ago by killerjavi98 to /s/technology from engadget.com
The FBI operated an 'encrypted' chat app for organized criminals
2 years ago by Drewski to /s/technology from engadget.com
Scotland’s renewable energy matched 97 percent of demand in 2020
2 years ago by rik_1088 to /s/Scotland from engadget.com
Apple releases an iCloud password extension for Chrome - Windows Chrome users can now use strong Safari passwords for websites.
2 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Browsers from engadget.com
Asobo Studio shows off real-time snow in 'Microsoft Flight Simulator'
2 years ago by HearSmarter to /s/Gaming from engadget.com
DeepMind's latest AI can master games without being told their rules
2 years ago by fred_red_beans to /s/news from engadget.com
Toyota's second-generation Mirai has a 400-mile range
2 years ago by Chop_Chop to /s/Hydrogen from engadget.com
Joe Biden's campaign app had a bug that made it too easy to access voter info
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/technology from engadget.com
Google may pull 'fediverse' Android apps for allegedly enabling hate speech (updated) - Critics say Google is blocking innocent discussions in the process.
3 years ago by JasonCarswell to /s/DecentralizeAllThings from engadget.com
Google's latest Chrome extension shows detailed ad-tracking data
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Browsers from engadget.com
Google starts testing its replacement for third-party cookies.
SpaceX pulls off its first double fairing catch after a Falcon 9 launch
3 years ago by magnora7 to /s/space from engadget.com
WHO will launch a COVID-19 app for countries that don't make their own
3 years ago by sadocgawkroger to /s/conspiracy from engadget.com
France orders Google to pay news companies for showing article extracts
3 years ago by [deleted] to /s/Europe from engadget.com
Study finds five major US carriers vulnerable to SIM-swapping tactics
3 years ago by Drewski to /s/Security from engadget.com
Iran shuts down nearly all internet access in response to fuel protests It's trying to reduce dissent by silencing communication.
3 years ago by codedtestament to /s/WorldNews from engadget.com
Hitting the Books: Modern Surveillance and 'The Science of Happiness'
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/privacy from engadget.com
UK Police's Facial Recognition System has an 81% Error Rate
4 years ago by Stankmango to /s/Security from engadget.com
Facial recognition = old hat. The Pentagon has a laser that identifies people by their heartbeat.
4 years ago by Robin to /s/technology from engadget.com
First American Financial Corporation Security Flaw Leaked 885 Million Real Estate Documents Dating as Far Back as 2003
4 New Vulnerabilities in Most Intel CPUs
4 years ago by BackwardsCompatible to /s/TechSec from engadget.com
Andrew Yang Will Campaign as Hologram
4 years ago by hennaojisan to /s/politics from engadget.com
Nokia says its phones sent data to China by mistake
4 years ago by useless_aether to /s/privacy from engadget.com
Intel unveils a groundbreaking way to make 3D chips
4 years ago by Vigte to /s/technology from engadget.com
Facebook removed over 1.5 billion fake accounts in the last six months
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/Internet from engadget.com
Google’s smart city dream is turning into a privacy nightmare
Healthcare.gov security breach leaks info for 75,000 people
4 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/privacy from engadget.com
The EPA will eliminate the Office of the Science Advisor, an entity within the agency that works to ensure its policies and decisions are based on quality science. Everything from research on chemicals and health, to peer-review testing to data analysis would inevitably suffer.
4 years ago by allie to /s/environment from engadget.com
Q followers of Saidit. Prepare for the summons on Thursday, or October 3rd.
5 years ago by Tom_Bombadil to /s/conspiracy from engadget.com
European MPs vote in favor of controversial copyright laws, article 11 and 13
5 years ago by useless_aether to /s/Europe from engadget.com
MIT machine vision system figures out what it's looking at by itself
5 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/technology from engadget.com
Facebook is building a 'war room' for the midterm elections
5 years ago by Mnemonic to /s/politics from engadget.com
NASA will publicly test new 'quiet' supersonic technology in November over Galveston, TX -- New quiet supersonic technology may revitalize the supersonic travel industry after Concord shut down in 2003 due to noise issues severely restricting travel routes
5 years ago by magnora7 to /s/technology from engadget.com
Undercover dark web bust leads to more than 35 arrests
5 years ago by r721 to /s/news from engadget.com