Mariella Moon

Mariella Moon is an associate editor at Engadget.

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Ford

Ford Is Developing a Fully Electric F-Series Pickup Truck

The automaker didn't clarify when or where the electric model will arrive.
SpaceX

SpaceX Will Lay Off 10 Percent of Its Staff to Fund Projects

It said it wants to become a leaner company to prepare for the 'difficult challenges ahead.'
Google

Google Sued for Allegedly Covering Up Sexual Misconduct Allegations

A shareholder said Alphabet's board of directions were directly involved.
SpaceX

Elon Musk Shows Off the First SpaceX Starship Test Vehicle

It's a suborbital version of the company's upcoming massive rocket.
Apple

Apple Is Reportedly Cutting iPhone Production by 10 Percent

It will affect all iPhone models, including its newest ones.
Tesla

Tesla's Supercharger Network Will Cover All of Europe in 2019

Elon Musk has revealed the expansion on Twitter.
Tesla

Tesla Sues Its Alleged Saboteur for $167 Million

The automaker sued Martin Tripp in mid-2018 for stealing proprietary information.
Google

Google CEO Sundar Pichai Confirms Censored China Search Engine

He said its development is going very well.
Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking's Final Paper on Black Holes Is Now Online

It presents a solution for the black hole information paradox.
Amazon

Some Amazon Workers Might Only Get a $1-Per-Hour Raise

Amazon's pay raise won't mean as much to everyone.
Social Media

Most YouTube Influencers Still Don't Disclose Sponsored Deals, Study Says

Same goes for Pinterest influencers, according to this Princeton study.
Coinbase

Coinbase Promises Refunds After Repeatedly Charging Users Erroneous Fees

The company is blaming Visa for the issue.
Biohacking

Biohacker Plans to Sue After Authorities Deactivate Transit Pass Embedded in His Hand

The man cut the chip out of the travel card, encased it in biocompatible plastic and had it implanted under the skin on his left hand.
Google

Google Says It Would Cost Too Much to Gather Wage Gap Data

Mountain View's lawyers called the Labor Department's requests 'unconstitutional.'
SpaceX

SpaceX Settles With Underpaid Employees for $4 Million

Most of the 4,100 plaintiffs, however, will only get $500 each.
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