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Grizzly bears get back U.S. protections, Rockies hunts blocked

Toronto Star / News 44 sources

U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen wrote in his ruling that the case was “not about the ethics of hunting.” Rather, he said, it was about whether federal officials adequately considered threats to the species’ long-term recovery when…

Qualcomm accuses Apple of stealing trade secrets

Chipmaker alleges that Intel is chief beneficiary of Apple’s alleged infringement

Instagram founders Systrom and Krieger leaving Facebook-owned firm

BBC / News 178 sources

The departure of Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger is the latest test for parent company Facebook.

US 3D gun company owner Cody Wilson resigns after arrest in Taiwan

The founder of a Texas company that sells blueprints for making untraceable 3D-printed guns has resigned from the firm after being arrested on charges of having sex with a 16-year-old girl, the company announced Tuesday.

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Tinder is giving women more control in India

CNN / Money 14 sources

The dating app announced a new feature called My Move on Tuesday that gives women the option to prevent men from initiating a conversation.


Facebook moderator sues over 'beheading stress'

BBC / Technology 30 sources

A contractor working on the social network says it does not do enough for traumatised staff.



Mozilla launches Firefox Monitor, its ‘Have I Been Pwned’ clone

The Next Web 5 sources

Mozilla today announced the launch of Firefox Monitor. This free service, which Mozilla has been testing since this summer, informs individuals when their details have been part of a data breach. Firefox Monitor is the product of a…


Samsung Galaxy A7 with triple-camera setup launched in India at Rs 23,990 onwards

Samsung Galaxy A7 sporting three cameras for the first time launched at Rs 23,990 onwards.


Former Facebook employee sues for PTSD

Fox News 30 sources

Fox & Trends with Carley Shimkus.

These older graphics cards are compatible with macOS Mojave

TechRadar 18 sources

Following the release of macOS Mojave, Apple has published documentation explaining which older graphics cards are compatible with the new operating system.


Federal Judge Restores Endangered Species Protection To Yellowstone-Area Grizzlies

The move comes just days before Idaho and Wyoming were set to allow the hunting of 23 bears.


Microsoft launches Office 2019 for Windows and Mac with new AI enhancements

Firstpost 8 sources

The commercial volume license customers will be receiving Office 2019 starting today.


UK bank customers lost £500m to scams in first half of 2018

Figure includes £145m lost to authorised payment scams such as paying in advance for non-existent product


Blow to Facebook as Instagram co-founders quit

Sky News / Technology 178 sources

The co-founders of Instagram have announced they are quitting the social media company.


Google CEO Sundar Pichai plans private meeting with GOP lawmakers - CNET

CNET 9 sources

Among the planned topics of discussion is the company's alleged political bias in search results.



Electrical implant helps paralysed people to walk again

BBC / Health 11 sources

Three paralysed patients are able to walk after an electrical patch is fitted to their spinal cords.

Monday, Sep 24

Sirius XM agrees to pay $3.5 billion in stock for Pandora to create the world's largest audio-entertainment company (P, SIRI)

Business Insider 85 sources

Sirius XM Holdings will acquire Pandora for $3.5 billion in an all-stock transaction, creating the world's largest audio-entertainment company, the two sides announced Monday.

Japan's hopping space rovers land on asteroid

Two mini space rovers have landed on an asteroid and sent images back to Earth.

Gene editing wipes out mosquitoes in the lab

BBC / Science 16 sources

Researchers have used gene editing to completely eliminate populations of mosquitoes in the lab.

Weight Watchers slims down its name to focus on health

Company to promote ‘wellness’ in response to changing consumer attitudes to dieting

Sunday, Sep 23

Hayabusa-2: Incredible images taken from asteroid Ryugu after Japanese spacecraft lands on 1km-wide space rock

Mirror Online 24 sources

Japan's space agency has made history by successfully landing two robotic explorers on asteroid surface in bid to uncover origins of the universe

Icelandic volcano Katla is 'about to erupt' on devastating scale

Daily Mail Online 17 sources

Scientists have warned that Katla, a neighbour to Eyjafjallajokull that erupted in 2010, is showing clear signs it's going to blow for the first time since 1918 and its not a matter of if, but when.

Japanese supply ship heads to space station after delays

An unmanned Japanese space capsule is heading to the International Space Station with 5,500 kilograms (12,000 pounds) of cargo including food, experiments and new batteries. The craft was launched Sunday … Click to Continue »

Saturday, Sep 22

Google CEO Sundar Pichai pens memo warning employees against bias - CNET

CNET 11 sources

Pichai says the idea that Google alters search results to favor a political agenda is "absolutely false." He also says employees will be held accountable.

Hayabusa-2: Japan's rovers send pictures from asteroid

BBC 24 sources

Pictures have emerged from the surface of an asteroid after Japan landed two robotic rovers on it.

PayPal bans Alex Jones, InfoWars website

CBS News / SciTech 37 sources

Online payment service is the latest tech company to prohibit conspiracy theorist barred by Twitter just weeks ago

Friday, Sep 21

Apple iPhone XS pre-orders go live on Airtel, Flipkart, arriving soon on Jio

Firstpost 53 sources

You can pre-order the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max on Airtel, Flipkart and Jio.com

Ulster Bank say banking glitch 'resolved'

BBC / Business 52 sources

Customers of NatWest, RBS and Ulster Bank were unable to access their accounts online for hours.

Amazon Alexa Hunches Wants To Know What You're Thinking Before You Do

Amazon has just unveiled a brand-new feature coming to Alexa that will either sound incredibly creepy or incredibly useful.

Google still allowing third-party apps read your Gmail: Report

"Developers may share data with third parties so long as they are transparent with the users about how they are using the data," said the report, quoting from a Google letter sent to the US Senators.

Thursday, Sep 20

Amazon announced a $60 Alexa-enabled microwave

Has Amazon been taking meetings with Jack Donaghy?

PlayStation One Classic won’t fix the biggest problem with retro consoles

The Next Web 59 sources

Sony today announced it was releasing the PlayStation One Classic later this year — the sixty millionth retro console so far (I’m guesstimating). You’d think, now that we’re so deep into this trend, we’d see a little innovation, or at…

One giant sweep for mankind: satellite cleans up space junk

It's hard enough trying to keep Earth tidy. But thanks to British innovation, the endless expanses of deep space are a step closer to being clutter-free. A satellite manufactured in the UK has become the first to use a net to capture a…