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The Treasury Secretary is ‘not worried at all’ about robots taking jobs. Here’s why he could be wrong. – Washington Post

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin talks March 9 before a meeting with leaders from small community banks in the Roosevelt Room at the White House. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) Companies are investing heaps of money to develop artificial-intelligence technologies that promise to transform industries as varied as transportation, finance and health care. That all adds up […]

Charter’s US Investment Pledge Gets Donald Trump Plug – Deadline

Charter Communications today committed to investing $25 billion in the U.S. and hiring 20,000 new American workers during the next four years. Charter, the nation’s No. 2 cable provider after its 2016 takeover of Time Warner Cable, also said it was eliminating all offshore call centers and opening one in McAllen, TX, that soon will […]

Elon Musk Had A Lot To Say About Model 3, And Some People Won’t Be Happy About It – Forbes

Elon Musk Had A Lot To Say About Model 3, And Some People Won’t Be Happy About It – Forbes

Long before Donald Trump became president, Tesla CEO Elon Musk had already mastered one of Trump’s tricks: Going straight to his audience over Twitter. Musk did it again this morning, revealing a bunch of details about the cars capabilities and features when it launches later this year. But in explaining the car’s positioning in Tesla’s lineup, […]

Nintendo Switch, iPads, More Banned On Some US-Bound Flights – GameSpot

As part of a new, limited ban on some flights, many US-bound passengers will no longer be allowed to take large electronic devices–including the Nintendo Switch–into the cabin. The US government recently approved a ban on large electronic devices on flights from eight Middle-Eastern countries. Passengers will be forbidden from bringing devices “larger than a […]

Goodbye, GChat! Hello, Hangouts – CNET

Goodbye, GChat! Hello, Hangouts – CNET

Enlarge Image Google’s focusing on Hangouts. Google If you still use an alternative instant message app to connect to Google, life’s about to get harder. Google is once again streamlining its services, and that means Google Talk (launched in 2005, and also known as Gmail Chat or GChat) is being replaced with Hangouts on June […]

Apple says CIA’s arsenal of iPhone and Mac exploits is outdated – BGR

Yesterday morning, Wikileaks released a treasure trove of documents detailing the arsenal of software tools the CIA uses to hack into targeted iPhones and Macs. While most of the reported exploits require physical access to a particular device, the document dump naturally generated no shortage of fear-inducing headlines about the state of security of various Apple products. In […]

Twitter mulls an enhanced TweetDeck for power users as subscription rumors swirl – PCWorld

Twitter has started surveying users to check their interest in a new enhanced version of its TweetDeck product, raising the possibility that the company is considering a paid version of its service. The move by Twitter comes in the wake of its almost flat revenue growth and a lackluster increase in the number of its […]

New WikiLeaks docs show how the CIA hacks iPhones and MacBooks – The Verge

For years, the CIA has been developing tools for hacking into Apple products — and thanks to WikiLeaks, those tools are now public. Today, the group published a new set of documents dubbed “Dark Matter,” part of the ongoing Vault 7 publication on CIA hacking tools. Today’s documents focus specifically on Apple products, detailing the […]

Twitter remembers it owns Tweetdeck – TechCrunch

Twitter remembers it owns Tweetdeck – TechCrunch

It’s been six years since Twitter acquired Tweetdeck, but the company might finally bring new features to the client. In a survey sent to some power users today, Twitter asked which features they would most like to see added to an “advanced” version of Tweetdeck. After that, respondents were asked if they’d be willing to pay for a more full-featured […]

YouTube Hate Videos Haunt Advertisers on Google – Bloomberg

YouTube Hate Videos Haunt Advertisers on Google – Bloomberg

Major advertisers across Europe are still appearing alongside extremist YouTube videos days after technology giant Google said it was taking steps to protect its clients from inadvertently supporting hate. An anti-semitic clip claiming the existence of a “Jewish World Order” was featured alongside advertisements in Germany from insurer AXA SA, oil company Total SA in […]

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