Amid a legal battle between its owners, the venerable online fact checker raises $582,273 in an attempt to stay in business.
In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, the president says Apple will bring jobs to the US.
Three Square Market hopes to have its entire workforce outfitted with implanted RFID chips in the near future as a way of providing access to building amenities and services.
Also, the Musk-Zuck AI tussle, implantable RFID chips, and Snopes call for donations.
That's right, yet another tech giant is reportedly working on a home speaker. Because we don't have enough of those yet, clearly.
A Wisconsin company is the first in the US to offer implanted chips for opening doors and logging in to computers.
Google's parent company reports a healthy $26 billion in revenue, never mind that monumental $2.74 billion bill from European regulators.
The House Energy and Commerce Committee is asking the CEOs of top tech companies to testify in September.
Tesla's CEO slams Facebook's CEO for downplaying AI fears. Elon Musk's been lobbying for controls on the supersmart technology.
Today's major tech headlines include the purchase of WebMD by a private equity firm, a possible end of the line for MS Paint and a new AI chip that may be making its way into the next version of Microsoft's Hololens.
In a filing with the US International Trade Commission, the chip giant defends its proposed ban of some Apple iPhones.
The EU calls Google a monopoly. That’s not the only battle its parent company is fighting. Alphabet is also tussling with the US Department of Labor -- and Uber.
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