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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.
Google

Google Dissolves AI Advisory Board Amid Employee Protest

They were protesting the appointment of conservative think tank president Kay Cole James to the advisory council over her alleged 'anti-trans, anti-LGBTQ' views.
Travel

New TSA Scanning Tech Will Let You Keep Laptops in Your Bag

The Transportation Security Administration will start installing the new X-ray scanning systems in U.S. airports this summer.
European Union

Europe's Article 13 Copyright Rule Is a Transatlantic Trade War

Europe's Article 13 copyright rule is a finger in the eye to a set of American tech companies with which Europe has long been struggling.
Apple

U.S. Trade Judge Calls for Import Ban on Certain iPhones

The initial ruling from the U.S. International Trade Commission found that Apple had infringed on a Qualcomm patent. However, the ruling could be reversed by the commission, appealed by Apple, and even vetoed by President Donald Trump.
Apple

Apple to Launch a Credit Card This Summer

For every Apple Card purchase, you'll receive a percentage back as 'Daily Cash,' which you'll be able to use or apply to your balance 'right away,' Apple said.
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.
Internet

Every Minute Online Is a Battle for Consumer Attention

Check out this not-to-scale visualization of what is happening on the internet every single minute of every single day this year.
Gaming

Stadia, Google's Cloud Gaming Service, Launches Later This Year

Google wants to make YouTube a centerpiece for accessing and sharing game streaming content.
Artificial Intelligence

This AI Predicts Online Trolling Before It Happens

It's being used to weed out fake reviews, but could also help predict and curb online harassment.