A human-sized hologram booth in your living room.

There is a company that “wants to put a human-sized hologram booth in your living room” because reasons.


No word yet if investors are out of the blue red with envy and seeing green now that “Visa, the credit card network, is trying to buy financial technology company Plaid for $5.3 billion”


If you are currently waiting for Alexa to answer a question get comfortable. ow.ly/j91930rlQob

It’s high stakes steaks now that facial recognition “could be used to prevent livestock disease”


Reports are in that the former CEO of Google has “applied to become a citizen of Cyprus”


The European Parliament has ruled that you can now fix your broken “phones, tablets, laptops and other devices without going through the companies that produced them.”


If you have ever wondered what the cost would be to hack a Tesla Model X with a “Raspberry Pi based board” the correct answer is $195. ow.ly/TYzW30rlQ4H

Sort of news: “Comcast got $1 billion in public subsidies”

Hold, please:

“Now its charging the public new data fees.”


Today’s data breach news includes “UK-based cyber-security vendor Sophos” and “details such as customer first and last names, email addresses, and phone numbers (if provided).”


Time keeps on ticking, ticking, ticking into the future as the “deadline for TikTok sale slips again; may never happen”