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Apple announces March 25th event

Published on 03/11/2019 @ 4 PM EST
With invites sent to reporters, Apple announces a special event for March 25th at 10am in the Steve Jobs Theater. The phrase “It’s show time” is in the largest font, suggesting the tech giant will discuss their rumored video content service.

Google releases important update for Chrome

Published on 03/08/2019 @ 9 AM EST
A Security and Desktop Engineering Lead for Google tweeted that all Chrome users need to “seriously, update your Chrome installs... like right this minute” based on a zero-day vulnerability.

The world’s fastest SUV is now a Bentley (not a Lamborghini)

Published on 02/18/2019 @ 9 AM EST
The all-wheel-drive Bentayga Speed SUV can reach a top speed of 190 miles per hour which is just a little higher than the Lamborghini Urus, at 189.5 MPH (holding the title of the world's fastest production SUV until today). Each of them has a starting price of around $200,000.

Amazon pulls out of NYC HQ2 plans

Published on 02/14/2019 @ 1 PM EST
In a statement to TechCrunch, Amazon details their reasoning for abandoning plans to open HQ2 in New York City. This comes after months of negotiations and criticism from local government and citizens. The pushback was due to anti-unionization policies and tax breaks.

Apple has blocked Facebook from running their internal apps

Published on 01/31/2019 @ 9 AM EST
Beta and employee apps for Facebook have stopped running on iOS after Apple blocked them. This comes immediately after it was revealed Facebook has been paying teenage users to spy on their usage.

Washington, DC is suing Facebook

Published on 12/19/2018 @ 2 PM EST
The D.C. Attorney General is taking Facebook to court for the Cambridge Analytica scandal as 852 D.C. residents were victims and a total of 340,000 possible others may be victims. With a limit of $5,000 per violation, Facebook could see a fine up to $1.7 billion.