Archive | October 2017

Silicon Valley unicorns are dying off, says VC Jenny Lee – CNET

Fewer new companies are being valued at $1 billion, and VC Jenny Lee thinks some existing unicorns won’t survive.

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Russian-linked Twitter account nearly took a year to be suspended – CNET

A report says Twitter was slow to respond to an account created by a Russian troll farm that tweeted messages claiming to come from the Tennessee Republican Party.

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Apple Maps tallies up more airport interiors – CNET

With iOS 11, the iPhone maker brings detailed airport floor plans for Miami, Portland, Chicago and more.

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Apple self-driving car sensors appear on Twitter video – Roadshow

A tweet by a self-driving car engineer appears to show the system Apple is working on for its own Titan autonomous car project.

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Facebook, who’s buying your hate speech ads? Congressmen ask – CNET

Representatives Keith Ellison and John Conyers send the social media company a letter asking it to outline its policies on hate speech and advertising.

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Heartbreaking rhino image tops wildlife photography awards – CNET

A devastating view of a rhino wins the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition and is joined by stunning images of elephants, bears and birds.

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Top wildlife photos of 2017 capture nature’s sorrow, humor – CNET

From a heartbreaking image of a rhino to a gripping view of sperm whales, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition winners will open your eyes.

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