Major Police Body Camera Manufacturer Rejects Facial Recognition Software
Axon announced Thursday that it will ban the technology because it is not reliable enough for law enforcement, especially when it comes to identifying women and people of color.
Twitter to Down-Rank Tweets That Break Rules—Some Say Will Affect Trump
Twitter announced on June 27 that it will identify and down-rank tweets that broke its rules but came from important sources such as politicians.
Tell Us: Why Do You Share Your Location?
Have you ever needed to use a location-sharing app in an emergency? Or do you just track people for fun? We want to hear your story.
Largest Pro-Trump Community Gains 10,000 Members After Reddit ‘Quarantines’ It
After Reddit put restrictions on r/The_Donald—the largest fan club of President Donald Trump—the page grew by about 10,000 subscribers in 24-hours.
Google Maps Leads About 100 Drivers Into A 'Muddy Mess' In Colorado
A snafu of a shortcut was a reminder that even navigation apps can still get it wrong. "There's so many other people going, it must be OK," is how one driver was led astray.
Reddit Has 'Quarantined' Popular Pro-Trump Forum Over Violent Threats
The violations include threats of violence directed toward officials in Oregon, where legislators are locked in a partisan standoff over proposed climate change legislation.
Google Doubles Down on Deceiving Customers About Its Political Manipulation
After multiple sources corroborated that Google stealthily infuses its political preferences into its products the company has continued to claim neutrality
Why Facebook Won't Kick Off A Warlord
Facebook banned far-right extremist Alex Jones. But it won't remove from the platform the warlord Lt. Gen. Mohamed Hamdan Dagalo, even though he oversaw the killing of more than 100 people in Sudan.
Deal Or No Deal? The Stakes Are High For Trump-Xi Trade Talks
President Trump is due to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping this weekend, raising hopes the two leaders might call a truce in their trade war. The White House has downplayed expectations of a deal.
Instagram Advertising: Do You Know It, When You See It?
"Micro-influencers" work with big companies to sell products on social media. Consumer groups are increasingly concerned that many posts on Instagram and platforms aren't clearly marked as ads.
FedEx Sues U.S. Commerce Department Over Export Controls In Huawei Dispute
FedEx has been caught up in the conflict between the Trump administration and Huawei Technologies. Now, the shipper is suing the government to block it from enforcing export regulations against FedEx.
Ever Plugged A USB In Wrong? Of Course You Have. Here's Why
It's often hard to plug in a USB device on the first try. Ajay Bhatt, the chief inventor of the USB, agrees the design is annoying but says there was a good reason for it.
Doctors Learn The Nuts And Bolts Of Robotic Surgery
Robot-assisted surgery is minimally invasive and recovery time is shorter. Those are a few reasons why more medical schools are training students how to be better robotic surgeons.
Putting A Price On Chat: Slack Stock Jumps On First Day Of Trading
Slack has grown to more than 10 million users and has become a verb in the process. "I'll Slack you" is shorthand for sending a message via the chat platform. Its stock soared in its public debut.
Amazon Explores Having Its Drones Provide 'Home Surveillance' For Customers
The tech giant is moving closer to a future in which customers order drones to hover around a home and scan for things like a garage door left open, a broken window, graffiti or a fire.
NO SELF-DISCIPLINE? This Device SHOCKS You Into Sticking to Your Diet & Breaking Bad Habits
Eventually, we all learn that self-discipline is a necessary life skill. Thankfully, there’s a new gadget with an ...
Facebook Unveils Libra Cryptocurrency, Sets Launch For 2020
Libra will be controlled by a nonprofit group in which Facebook will share responsibilities with companies ranging from Mastercard and PayPal to Uber and eBay.
Why The American Shoe Disappeared And Why It's So Hard To Bring It Back
Footwear companies face big costs in potential new tariffs on more Chinese imports. Almost all shoes sold in the U.S. are made overseas. Only about 200 factories remain. One man tried to change that.
Google Will Devote $1 Billion To Try To Tame Housing Costs In SF Bay Area
Over the next 10 years, Google hopes to help bring 20,000 new homes to the local market. Part of the plan calls for rezoning company-owned land so that it can be used for residential housing.
Why Safer Cars Don't Lead To Cheaper Car Insurance ... Yet
Many new cars have optional features that can help prevent accidents. But those same features also make repairs more expensive. The result? Premiums can go up for cars that are less likely to crash.
Tucker: Impeachment hearings don't affect the average American
Trump holds campaign rally amid public impeachment hearings
Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan slam impeachment probe, calls hearings a 'sham'
McCarthy: Dems are afraid to face Trump at the ballot, want to frame him
Geraldo blasts Schiff's reaction to first public impeachment hearings
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Police update the media on California high school shooting
‘Rodney Reed is innocent,’ according to forensic pathologist Dr. Baden