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Fallout from venture capital sexual harassment scandal spreads

Fallout from venture capital sexual harassment scandal spreads
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-07-01


Tech investor Chris Sacca listens to a question on #talkingtechLIVE(Photo: Bryan William Jones)SAN FRANCISCO — One technology investor stepped down and another issued a public apology as Silicon Valley's widening sexual harassment scandal exposed more tales of bad behavior by venture capitalists.More than two dozen women spoke to the New York Times in recent days about being sexually harassed...(Read More)

How to find out which apps sell your data

How to find out which apps sell your data
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-04-30


Apps that have access to your email inbox need to be very clear about what they're doing with your data.(Photo: diego_cervo, Getty Images/iStockphoto)Q. How can you check up on what apps are doing with your data?A. The mail-management service Unroll.me was heavily criticized when a New York Times profile of Uber CEO Travis Kalanick mentioned the ride-hailing company had bought data from Unroll.me...(Read More)

What recall? Samsung S8 buyers expected to leave smoky past behind

What recall? Samsung S8 buyers expected to leave smoky past behind
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-04-21


EmbedShare USA Today's Ed Baig tries out Samsung's new smartphone before it hits store shelves. USA TODAYA customer checks out the Samsung Galaxy S8 at a Verizon store at the Garden State Plaza mall in Paramus, NJ.(Photo: Edward C. Baig/USA TODAY)NEW YORK— Will the Note 7 battery fiasco choke sales of Samsung’s latest smartphone? Not likely, according to a new survey and optimistic...(Read More)

Silicon Valley flexes protest muscles at Pi Day rally

Silicon Valley flexes protest muscles at Pi Day rally
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-03-14


EmbedShare A USA TODAY motion graphic explaining the significance of Pi. By Berna Elibuyuk and Ramon Padilla, USA TODAY. USA TODAYProtesters at a Pi Day rally in Palo Alto, Calif. which encouraged tech workers to become politically active.(Photo: Jon Swartz)PALO ALTO, Calif. — Silicon Valley workers flexed their political muscles Tuesday at a Pi Day rally in protest of President Trump's...(Read More)

Here's what will make smartphones exciting again

Here's what will make smartphones exciting again
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-03-10


EmbedShare Every year the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona features the updates and innovations likely to sweep the mobile industry in the year ahead. Video provided by TheStreet NewslookPeople crowd at the LG stand during the Mobile World Congress wireless show in Barcelona, Spain,(Photo: Emilio Morenatti, AP)What will it take to get you jazzed about smartphones again?The industry appears...(Read More)

Uber blasted by investors for 'toxic' culture

Uber blasted by investors for 'toxic' culture
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-02-23


EmbedShare Uber is under fire again. This time, a former employee says she was sexually harassed and the company let it happen. Aaron Dickens reports. Buzz60Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein(Photo: Martin E. Klimek, USA TODAY)SAN FRANCISCO — Uber is under fire from two of its investors, diversity advocates Mitch Kapor and Freada Kapor Klein, who are blasting the company for hiring insiders...(Read More)

Friend request from yourself? Watch out for Facebook fakes

Friend request from yourself? Watch out for Facebook fakes
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-02-19


EmbedShare Tech columnist Jennifer Jolly explains how to detect and report fake Facebook pages. Jennifer Jolly, Special for USA TodayFacebook(Photo: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images)A few weeks ago, I got a Facebook request from “myself.”  I recognized it right away as a common Facebook cloning scam.The way it works is simple. Cyber-crooks snag a photo of you, usually right from your own...(Read More)

Snapchat parent files for $3 billion IPO

Snapchat parent files for $3 billion IPO
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-02-02


EmbedShare Snap, Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, plans to go public with an IPO. Will it's target audience--students, look to Snap as a first investment? Jefferson Graham talks to students at the University of Southern California to find out. #TalkingTech University of Southern California students Jordan Adishian, 21 and Julia McCaffrey, 21, show off their photos of each other,...(Read More)

Trump protesters vow social media blackout during inauguration

Trump protesters vow social media blackout during inauguration
Written by Mark Robinson on 2017-01-20


EmbedShare See the moment Donald J. Trump was sworn in as 45th President of the United States of America. USA TODAY NETWORKPresident Barack Obama greets President-elect Donald Trump during the 2017 Presidential Inauguration at the U.S. Capitol.(Photo: Robert Deutsch, USA TODAY)SAN FRANCISCO — For the swearing in, some people swore off social media.Christine Schultz and her family shut off...(Read More)





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