Bits: Farhad's Week in Tech: Big Tech Is Pouring Love on America. Thank Trump?
In this week's tech newsletter, we look at Amazon's and Apple's plans to invest in the United States, plus the collapse in cryptocurrencies.
3 days ago - NY Times
IPhone fixation: It's all on Apple
It appears that some of you have an iPhone fixation! The Macalope is, of course, talking about the members of the tech punditry corps, who only ever look at the iPhone whenever...
4 days ago - Macworld
Farhad's Week in Tech: A Power Outage at CES, and Facebook Wants to Get ‘Meaningful'
The big tech conference in Las Vegas didn't generate much news, but Facebook did when it said it would make sweeping changes to its news feed.
10 days ago - NY Times - 13 articles
Bits: Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: Another Huge Security Flaw
Two Times technology reporters discuss the goings-on of Silicon Valley and beyond. This week: The year kicks off with a nightmare computer bug and increased scrutiny of YouTube.
17 days ago - NY Times - 3 articles
Bits: Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: Cuckoo for Cryptocurrency
Two Times technology reporters discuss the goings-on of Silicon Valley and beyond. This week: more Bitcoin and Uber's problems .
1 month ago - NY Times
Bits: Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: Net Neutrality Is Gone
Our reporters look at the week in tech, including the F.C.C.'s decision to repeal net neutrality and Bitcoin's continued boom.
1 month ago - NY Times - 9 articles
Bits: Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: The Big Bitcoin Boom
In this week's tech newsletter, our correspondents discuss Bitcoin, Amazon and the tech industry's ongoing problems with sexual harassment.
1 month ago - NY Times
Bits: Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: Sex Scandals and Silicon Valley
In this week's tech newsletter, Farhad Manjoo and Mike Isaac delve into sex scandals reaching Google and Uber's latest legal troubles.
1 month ago - NY Times
Bits: Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: Get Ready for Robot Cars
In this week's tech newsletter, Farhad Manjoo and Mike Isaac delve into how driverless cars are getting more driverless and the complexities of AT&T's deal for Time Warner.
2 monthes ago - NY Times - 2 articles
Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: Facebook Under Fire in Washington
Google, Facebook and Twitter faced lawmakers' ire in Washington this week. Facebook got the brunt of it, say Farhad Manjoo and Mike Isaac of The New York Times.
2 monthes ago - NY Times
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Media mogul and longtime internet adversary Rupert Murdoch today released a statement calling on Facebook to begin paying trusted publishers. Even a broken clock is right twice...
Dragon Ball FighterZ gets a quirky trailer ahead of PC and Xbox launch
Dragon Ball FighterZ is just around the corner and today publisher Bandai Namco released a launch trailer. Dragon Ball FighterZ is just around the corner and today publisher...
Android 8.1 now tells you the speed of public WiFi networks before you join them
WiFi Speed Labels was one of those nice little features announced with Android 8.1 back in early December, but something that sort of fell by the wayside. It's only today that...
Take a look inside Amazon's futuristic new store, which promises no checkout...
Amazon has opened its store of the future, Amazon Go, to the public. The store uses cameras and sensors to track what shoppers take from the shelves, so they can just walk out...
Apple reportedly plans to discontinue the first-gen iPhone X later this year
As we highlighted briefly last week, Apple will has plans to discontinue the current iPhone X model once the company introduces its 2018 iPhone lineup later this fall. The news...
Intel's Spectre and Meltdown advice just changed over reboot issues
If you were about to install Intel's fix for Spectre and Meltdown, don't be so fast: the chip company is advising those with certain processors to avoid the security patches...
Montana governor signs executive order to keep net neutrality in the state
Montana's governor signed an executive order today that would force internet service providers with state contracts to abide by net neutrality rules, even while the FCC has...
Amazon's popular $79 Logitech Harmony bundle includes a hub that turns any...
When it comes to universal remotes, everyone knows that Logitech Harmony is the best in the business. The company makes a wide range of universal controllers that span a wide...
Essential Phone Review: The Impossible Challenge
The first Essential Phone was a good device, and everything that the first wave of Android phone enthusiasts could have wanted. But by the time the Essential company and the...
Intel is coming out with a new fix for Spectre and Meltdown, because the...
Intel now says users should avoid installing and partners should stop distributing the patch it issued to protect against the Meltdown and Spectre attacks. The company had...