The rating of the new software feature from Tesla called “Safety Score” has been updated from “janky” to ‘hopefully no longer janky”
More employers are moving to allowing remote workers.
“Employers embrace new software to track workers amid remote shift”
If you have ever wanted to read that “Ethereum researcher Virgil Griffith has pleaded guilty” and admitted that he has assisted North Korea “in evading sanctions” today may be your lucky day.
Artificial Intelligence cameras have reportedly been backseat driving Amazon delivery drivers.
Apparently this needs to be repeated:
Actions have consequences.
Especially when it comes to online publishing of “the personal data of 215 public officers.”
Look here and face it “iPhone 13 Face ID won’t work from third-party screen replacement”
Reports are in that “dozens of movie production companies sued LiquidVPN this year over the VPN provider’s marketing efforts that could be perceived as promoting piracy”
Let’s see how well this works out for them:
The status of Nokia has been updated to “Gone but Not Finnished”
1 billion monthly active users.
The folks over at TikTok are saying that they have hit “1 billion monthly active users globally”
“Blue tooth slippers”
are being used to cheat on an exam for teachers in India.
“Japan breaks world record for fastest internet speed”
but wait, there’s more:
“It’s about 7.6 million times faster than what you probably have at home.”
It is high time for this report that says “smartphone sensor data has potential to detect cannabis intoxication”
A bitcoin mining company purchased a power plant in Pennsylvania because why the heck not.
“The plant currently produces enough power for 1,800 Bitcoin miners, with output increases planned to support more than 20,000 miners by 2022.”
Copy and paste your homework.
“Copy and paste the brain on neuromorphic chips”