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Matthew Humphries

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Apple

Teen Sues Apple for $1 Billion Over False Arrest

Ousmane Bah alleges Apple linked his face to that of a thief who'd stolen his ID.
Tesla

Tesla Stops Selling $35,000 Model 3 Online

The vehicle lineup Tesla offers has been given an overhaul.
Amazon

Amazon Pays Thousands of People to Listen to Alexa Voice Recordings

They listen to, transcribe and annotate the things we say when the smart assistant is listening.
Facebook

Facebook Stored Up to 600 Million User Passwords in Plain Text

Facebook engineers built applications that stored unencrypted passwords on internal servers which could be searched by over 20,000 employees.
SpaceX

SpaceX Tests Heat Shield Tiles That Will Stop Its Starship From Burning Up

"White-hot parts reached orbital entry temp of around 1,650 Kelvin," said Elon Musk.
Tesla

Elon Musk Unveils Tesla's Model Y Compact SUV

He describes it as roomier than a Model 3 while being less imposing than a Model X.
Robots

Origami-Inspired Robot Gripper Could Pack Your Groceries

By taking inspiration from origami, this robot gripper can safely pick up and hold delicate objects while at the same time lift more than 100x its own weight.
Tesla

Tesla Decides to Keep Stores Open but Raise Prices

A couple of weeks ago, Tesla announced a $35,000 Model 3 and the closure of its physical stores, but this week that decision has been reversed and Tesla's prices are increasing.
Elon Musk

Elon Musk's Pentagon Security Clearance Is Under Review Over Marijuana Use

Smoking pot on the 'Joe Rogan Experience' last year has had many consequences.
Facebook

Facebook's Constant Tracking on Android Can Now Be Limited

Facebook for Android is always tracking your location, even when you aren't using the app. However, the latest update finally allows you to limit this tracking rather than disabling it completely.
Samsung

Samsung to Stop Using Plastic Packaging

The switch to environmentally sustainable materials for packaging will start this year and ramp up through 2030.
Apple

Apple Lays Off 200 Employees From Autonomous Vehicle Group, Project Titan

Nobody really knows what Project Titan is, and it seems not even Apple really knows following a decision to lay off over 200 employees working on the project.
Microsoft

Microsoft Pledges $500M for Affordable Housing in Seattle

The pledge is intended to help tackle the low and middle-income housing crisis in Seattle, but also to encourage policy change, new investment by the state, and to support organizations that help the homeless.
Computers

We're Getting a Full-Size Commodore 64 in 2019

It will include a working keyboard and, hopefully, fix all the problems the C64 Mini had.
Amazon

Amazon Blames Human Error for Sharing 1,700 Alexa Audio Files

One Alexa user's audio recordings were sent to another Alexa user by mistake.