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President Joe Biden on Wednesday revoked the previous administration's executive orders against tik tok and WeChat in August of 2020.
The Trump administration called these apps a national emergency because of their data collection practices.
The new order signed by Biden requires regular evaluation of apps linked to foreign adversaries, and provides criteria on identifying apps that may pose national security risks.
Elon Musk's boring company started transporting its first passengers through its Las Vegas Convention Center loop.
1.7 mile Vegas loop currently boasts 62 Tesla's to ferry passengers, as well as three stations for pickup and drop off.
Passengers must be attending a current convention at the lvcc to ride at least for now.
The boring company plans to expand the loop into downtown Las Vegas as well as the city stadium and airport And finally, Amazon's Wi Fi sharing feature sidewalk is officially live.
It works by creating a kind of network of networks using Amazon products like echo ring and tile to link small bits of Wi Fi together.
This creates a long range network for any sidewalk compatible device If you have one in your home, you might share a tiny slice of your internet.
If a neighbor happens to walk by with a tile tracker in their bag we've got more details on how sidewalk works.
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