Smartphone app MyFitnessPal is getting a new business pal now that their owner Under Armour announced it will be selling the app to an investment firm “for $345 million”
Hold the phone, “buying alcohol online is becoming our new normal”
But wait, there’s more: “these home delivery apps are cashing in”
The folks over at Bloomberg would like you to know that “the pandemic isn’t a problem when you’re computer-generated.”
This report says that “someone leaked the COVID hospitalization data” from the CDC.
Sort of news:
“Uber eats faces discrimination allegations”
Hold the phone:
“over free delivery from Black-owned restaurants”
Have a restful sleep tonight knowing that “the UK’s data privacy watchdog has fined the Marriott Hotels chain £18.4m for a major data breach that may have affected up to 339 million guests.”
Halloween is over and “Disney’s new skinless robot can blink like a human because why not”
A 5-story building in Shanghai has “walked” itself to a new location, because new technology:
“Google Chrome to get a feature”
SOME AIRPODS PRO HAVE SOUND PROBLEMS.
Apple will replace them for free.
Here is a report on the FBI sharing information on “how Iranian hackers stole voter info from state election sites”
If you own a “Beijing technology company” you are being strongly reminded to *not* install “timers on toilet cubicles used by employees.”
Here is today’s number two out-of-this-world video guide:
Tesla has raised the price of “the company’s forthcoming “full self-driving” software release” from $8000 to $10,000 because “cashing in on excitement” reasons:
Today’s data breach report includes “as many as 1.1 million accounts” of a grocery delivery service in Singapore, “and personal information linked to those accounts”
No word yet if coupons were involved.
Believe it or not, the Internet Archive is adding “fact checks and context for Wayback Machine pages”
Don’t make it obvious when you are trying to find your eyes on webcam while checking out this post that says “students are rebelling against eye-tracking exam surveillance tools”
This report says that “people are jailbreaking used Teslas to get the features they expect”
The year was 1978 and someone “came up with the idea of putting two 16K chips onto a carrier the size of a standard integrated circuit, creating the first memory module” of 32-kilobit RAM.