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Google

Google Staffers Demand End to Work on Pentagon AI Project

More than 3,100 employees have signed the letter protesting Google's involvement in Project Maven, a Pentagon effort to use AI systems to analyze drone footage.
Facebook

Facebook to End Targeted Ads Built With 3rd-Party Data Mining

Facebook is phasing out the advertising tool in an effort to protect users' privacy, amid criticism over the Cambridge Analytica data abuse scandal.
Apple

Should You Upgrade to the New Apple iPad?

Apple's new iPad is less formal than the iPad Pro and more affordable. Let's see if it's a big enough step up from the previous iPad to be worth your hard-earned cash.
Elon Musk

Elon Musk Says He'll Sell Lego-Like Bricks Made of Tunnel Rock

The Boring Company finds something profitable to do with all that waste rock from digging tunnels.
Huawei

U.S. Government to Carriers: You Want Federal Funds? Better Ditch Huawei.

FCC chairman Ajit Pai is proposing eliminating government subsidies for U.S. telecom carriers that buy from suppliers that could pose a national security risk.
Self-Driving Cars

If the Feds Don't Act, Expect More Autonomous Car Accidents

The death of Elaine Herzberg after a collision with an Uber self-driving car could hinder autonomous vehicle development, but it might also force much-needed federal regulation.
Facebook

Facebook Denies Collecting Call and SMS Data Without Permission

Android users are apparently giving the social network permission to collect this data.
Work-Life Balance

South Korea Is Turning Off PCs to Stop People Working Late

The experiment starts March 30, but by May all Seoul government employees will have their PCs turned off at 7 p.m. on Fridays.
Facebook

Mozilla Pulls Facebook Ads Over Privacy Flap

The Cambridge Analytica controversy triggered the Firefox developer to press Facebook to change its default privacy settings for app permissions.
Instagram

Instagram Promises to Quit Putting Old Posts Atop Your Feed

Instagram isn't switching back to a chronological feed, but the company is planning to roll out some changes to 'ensure that newer posts are more likely to appear first in feed.'
Self-Driving Cars

Police Release Footage From Fatal Uber Self-Driving Car Crash

Police in Tempe, Ariz., are still investigating the collision, which killed a 49-year-old woman crossing the road at night.