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Forget those Tesla crashes: GM says you can trust its autonomous vehicles

General Motors is convinced that it can clear the air on autonomous vehicles in time for its new technologies, including Ultra Cruise driver assist...

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Blake Masters is splitting the difference between Donald Trump and Peter Thiel

The Thiel Capital president is poised to win Arizona’s GOP Senate primary and carry tech’s libertarian tendencies all the way to the Capitol. In...

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‘An engine for the imagination’: the rise of AI image generators

AI-powered image generators like OpenAI’s DALL-E and Google’s Imagen are just beginning to move into the mainstream. David Holz is the CEO of...

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Biden’s climate plan is back, and it’s all about building things

Dubbed the Inflation Reduction Act, a new bill from Democrats would raise $740 billion in revenue and spend $370 billion of it to fight climate...

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Ready or not, the Glassholes are coming back

Google revealed that it will finally begin testing AR glasses in public once more, potentially opening the floodgates for Apple, Microsoft, and more....

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Report: Exec running Texas Tesla factory is under investigation for misappropriated glass

Omead Afshar, a top executive at Tesla tasked with running the company’s Texas factory, is reportedly under investigation for a purchase of glass...

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Crew members on Jacob Wohl’s Predator DC report assaults during filming

Conservative lobbyists Jacob Wohl and Jack Burkman are accused of running a hellish workplace environment for Predator DC, a show mimicking the style...

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Tesla sold 75 percent of its Bitcoin

Tesla reports a $2.26 billion profit for Q2, a 31 percent decrease from last quarter. This comes after the company announced hiring freezes and...

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Tech journalism’s accessibility problem

Most of the largest digital publications don’t have consistent coverage of assistive technology. We asked journalists who have been on the beat for...

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The future of cars is a subscription nightmare

Automakers are likely to charge a monthly or annual fee for creature comforts like heated seats or remote start key fobs. And customers hate it. As...

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Go read this report on the downfall of Wish, the internet’s impossible bargain bin

A New York Times report details the unraveling of Wish, a bargain e-commerce platform known for its impossibly low prices, chaotic advertising, and...

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The GPU shortage is over

Nvidia and AMD graphics cards are again within reach, as prices of new and used GPUs like the RTX 3080, RTX 3070, RTX 3060 Ti, and Radeon RX 6800...

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Meet the modder making $20,000 a month bringing the biggest games to VR

Luke Ross, the modder who brought Grand Theft Auto V, Elden Ring, and Red Dead Redemption 2 to VR, speaks to The Verge about the experimental...

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All two-wheelers in India could be electric by 2026-27: Niti Aayog

All two-wheelers in India could be electric by 2026-27: Niti Aayog The penetration of electric two-wheelers in India is moving at a pace...

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The internet is a constant recommendations machine — but it needs you to make it work

Apps from Netflix to Amazon to Yelp to Pinterest are trying to offer better recommendations about almost everything. But that requires understanding...

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Are Hyper’s stackable USB-C chargers melting?

Hyper admitted its HyperJuice 65W and 100W GaN stackable USB-C chargers had an overheating issue, but now the CEO says its original admission was...

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The biggest privacy risks in post-Roe America

The Dobbs decision will make abortion care more dangerous than ever. Here’s what we know about how police collect data and make cases. For millions...

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Report: Apple is gearing up to launch a ‘flood’ of new devices starting this fall

A report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman details the devices Apple plans on releasing between the fall of this year through the beginning of next...

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Twitter ready to launch long-form Notes feature in ‘the coming weeks’: report

Twitter is reportedly reading to launch a new long-form writing feature, named either Notes or Articles. Rumors of the feature have been swirling for...

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Daycare monitoring apps are ‘dangerously insecure,’ report finds

Research conducted by the Electronic Frontier Foundation has found that daycare apps including Brightwheel, HiMama, and Tadpoles have weak security...

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Go read this report about a Google contractor who claims he was fired for calling out cult activity

A report from The New York Times details a former Google contractor’s allegations that a cult-like religious group is running the company’s...

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SpaceX firings likely violate US labor law, experts say

A group of SpaceX workers called for new restrictions on CEO Elon Musk’s Twitter activity — only to be fired shortly afterwards by company...

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Self-driving cars crash, too, but figuring out what it means requires much better data

NHTSA’s first-ever crash reporting involving autonomous and driver-assist-equipped vehicles is helpful but doesn’t present a complete picture....

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US releases new driver-assist crash data, and surprise, it’s mostly Tesla

Federal regulators released new data on crashes involving autonomous vehicles and vehicles equipped with driver-assist technology. Tesla and Waymo,...

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Firefox and Chrome are squaring off over ad-blocker extensions

Mozilla, the makers of the Firefox browser, has said that ad blocking at the network level will be supported in its implementation of the Manifest V3...

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The freelance artist behind a million-dollar NFT collection

Pudgy Penguins were one of the breakout NFT collections of the token boom — and Antoine Mingo is the artist responsible for creating them. If you...

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How to frame your NFT

The market for NFT frames is growing fast, with manufacturers of digital photo frames and TVs competing with new startups looking for an edge. But...

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A Supreme Court speech showdown is coming, and nobody knows what to expect

The First Amendment is up for debate. The US Supreme Court is poised to consider a question with seismic consequences for online speech. Over the...

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