Journalists working as fact-checkers for Facebook have pushed to end a controversial media partnership with the social network, saying the company has ignored their concerns and failed to use their expertise to combat misinformation.
Apple Inc. is planning to spend $1 billion to build a new 133-acre corporate campus in North Austin that initially will employ up to 5,000 people, cementing Austin’s status as the high-tech company’s largest hub outside of its California headquarters.
The Convenience Charging service tracks these electric vehicles’ states of charge, and combines them with weather and traffic data and information on how much power on-board systems like air-con are consuming to manage the process of deciding when and where to dip out of service for a charge-up.
Imagine if a media company told you the name of the man accused of killing Grace Millane. Imagine if, in defiance of a very clear court ruling of interim name suppression, that company told you his name in an email – spelling it out, even, in the subject header.
The update adds Continuity Camera support and non-Mojave-specific features. Early impressions about the heart monitoring recently added to the Apple Watch.
A Federal Communications Commission advisory committee has proposed a new tax on Netflix, Google, Facebook, and many other businesses that require Internet access to operate.
The California Public Utilities Commission is set to vote next month on a proposal to tax text messages. State regulators say the money would be used to support programs that provide phone service to the poor.
A lot of people have become bored with SMS messaging, and the tech industry is very aware of it.