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Nearly 275,000 iPhone cases decorated with liquid glitter recalled after causing chemical burns

Nearly 275,000 iPhone cases decorated with liquid glitter recalled after causing chemical burns
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-08-02


Nearly 275,000 liquid glitter iPhone cases sold at Henri Bendel, Tory Burch and Victoria’s Secret have been recalled after reports that the fluid leaked out and caused skin irritation, blisters and chemical burns.The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Monday that there have been two dozen reported incidents, including 19 in the United States.“One consumer reported permanent...(Read More)

Remember Google Glass? It’s back and ready for work.

Remember Google Glass? It’s back and ready for work.
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-07-18


The much-ridiculed augmented-reality goggles from Google, once known as Google Glass, are back after two years of relative silence.On Tuesday, Google's parent company Alphabet reintroduced the device to the world, and said it is now called simply “Glass” and is under its experimental “X” department. [Google will stop selling Glass to the general public. But Google says the device is not...(Read More)

Twitter is looking for ways to let users flag fake news, offensive content

Twitter is looking for ways to let users flag fake news, offensive content
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-07-01


Twitter is exploring adding a feature that would let users flag tweets that contain misleading, false or harmful information, according to two people familiar with the company's projects. The feature, which is still in a prototype phase and may never be released, is part of the company’s uphill battle against rampant abuse on its platform. It could look like a tiny tab appearing in a drop-down...(Read More)

How hacked computer code allegedly helped a biker gang steal 150 Jeeps

How hacked computer code allegedly helped a biker gang steal 150 Jeeps
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-06-04


In a cross-border auto heist that resembles a scrapped plot from the “Fast and the Furious” franchise, nine members of a Tijuana-based biker club have been charged with stealing 150 Jeep Wranglers using stolen computer code and key designs, the Justice Department announced earlier this week.Known as the Hooligans, the biker gang allegedly stole the Jeeps in the San Diego area over the past...(Read More)

The FCC says its site got attacked over net neutrality. Now these senators want answers.

The FCC says its site got attacked over net neutrality. Now these senators want answers.
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-11


After the Federal Communications Commission said it was hit by an online attack over the weekend that prevented the agency from handling the public's comments on net neutrality, federal lawmakers are demanding to know exactly what happened.In a letter to FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, Sens. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) are asking for specifics on the number of Americans who may have...(Read More)

Facebook adds 3,000 employees to screen for violence as it nears 2 billion users

Facebook adds 3,000 employees to screen for violence as it nears 2 billion users
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-04


Facebook now has 1.94 billion users, an increase driven by mobile growth, the company said Wednesday as it released another strong earnings report. But questions loom about whether the social network can adequately deal with some of the content posted by its growing audience.The company reported $8 billion in revenue for its first quarter of 2017, but its success was overshadowed by an earlier...(Read More)

The most common reason people quit their $200,000 tech jobs

The most common reason people quit their $200,000 tech jobs
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-05-01


The average Silicon Valley engineer is compensated roughly $200,000 a year and gets to work in offices with perks such as daily catered lunch, on-site yoga, and life coaching. Still, for many people, particularly if you are a woman or an underrepresented minority, these aren’t fun places to work. Take hard-charging Uber, which has seen a slew of executives flee the company after a female employee...(Read More)

Uber’s ‘fingerprinting’ of iPhones after users delete app has sparked an FTC complaint

Uber’s ‘fingerprinting’ of iPhones after users delete app has sparked an FTC complaint
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-04-28


An advocacy group known for challenging the tech industry on privacy called on the Federal Trade Commission Thursday to investigate media reports that Uber could identify specific iPhone devices even after users deleted the ride-hailing app.In a letter submitted Thursday, California-based Consumer Watchdog alleged that Uber’s practice would be considered “unfair or deceptive” to...(Read More)

Verizon is launching its ultrafast competitor to Google Fiber

Verizon is launching its ultrafast competitor to Google Fiber
Written by Carson Martin on 2017-04-25


Verizon has launched a faster version of its FiOS Internet service that can reach download speeds of up to 940 Mbps per second, the company said Monday.By taking the leap into “gigabit” service, Verizon is becoming the latest company to compete with Comcast, Google Fiber and others at that speed tier.The product, known as FiOS Gigabit Connection, is available now in eight U.S. markets on the...(Read More)





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