FCC urges Americans to run internet speed app to counter Big Cable's broadband data fudgingEffort to get accurate info gets more serious under new chairwoman

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ICE and DHS use Clearview AI, but won’t say how. They’re being sued for an answerA quartet of nonprofits have filed suit against the feds after their FOIA request about Clearview was ignored.

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Taiwan says its chip firms will adhere to new U.S. rules blacklisting China supercomputing entitiesTaiwan said on Wednesday its chip companies will adhere to U.S. rules after Washington added seven Chinese supercomputing entities last week to an economic blacklist and after a Taipei-based chipmaker halted orders from one of the entities named.

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After years of dragging its feet, FCC finally starts tackling America's robocall scourgeNew law implementation, cease-and-desist letters, and mobile companies asked to detail free blocking tools

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Wrongfully arrested man sues Detroit police over false facial recognition matchThe case could fuel criticism of police investigators’ use of a controversial technology that has been shown to perform worse on people of color.

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South Korea's cheaper, less stealthy alternative to the F-35 marks 'new era of independent defense,' president saysSouth Korea plans to have at least 40 of the new KF-21 Boramae jets combat-ready by 2028, and 120 by 2032.

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Battery storage 30% cheaper than gas peaker plants for firming renewables

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A massive new gene editing project is out to crush alzheimer’s

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Tesla is burning its solar roof customers with a huge price increaseOne customer was told his installation would go up 114 percent.

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DuckDuckGo Announces Plans to Block Google's FLoCDuckDuckGo announces plans to block Google's new method of tracking users' web activity, called FLoC.

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Tech workers at The New York Times have formed a unionScore one for tech labor.

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Singapore now home to one of the world's largest floating solar farmsIt is capable of potentially offsetting more than 4,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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How Facebook let fake engagement distort global politics: a whistleblower's accountThe inside story of Sophie Zhang’s battle to combat rampant manipulation as executives delayed and deflected

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A Facebook loophole is allowing politicians around the world to fake support and criticize opponentsState manipulation using fake accounts is rampant on Facebook

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While you can’t delete pages straight from a published document, you can create a copy that omits those pages to replace the original file in your possession. Here’s what you need to do!

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Nonfungible tokens are moving millions of dollars. What are they and why do people seem to be obsessed with them?

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How about a Neural Net where the neurons are actual atoms? Professor Phil Moriarty shows a paper demonstrating the principle from researchers at Radboud University in The Netherlands.

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LG's phones dared to be different, but being innovative does not always equal success. We look at what happened to LG's mobile business.

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Trading clunkers for electric bikes: France moves to offer financial incentiveFrance is offering the owners of old, exhaust-belching cars the opportunity to hand over their vehicles for scrap in return for a 2,500 euro ($2,975.00) grant to buy an electric bicycle.

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