https://dovevn.com/

technology


Tech Giants Brace for Europe’s New Data Privacy Rules

Tech Giants Brace for Europe’s New Data Privacy Rules

Facebook’s London office. The social network has not rolled out certain products in Europe because they may violate the region’s privacy laws.

Police Identify Woman Who Wounded 3 at YouTube and Killed Herself; Motive Is Unclear

Police Identify Woman Who Wounded 3 at YouTube and Killed Herself; Motive Is Unclear

Four people were injured in an attack by a woman at the YouTube headquarters on Tuesday, the police in San Bruno, Calif., said.

Making a Crypto Utopia in Puerto Rico

Making a Crypto Utopia in Puerto Rico

Brock Pierce inside the former Children’s Museum in Old San Juan, P.R., which he and his colleagues hope to make part of a crypto utopia where the money is virtual and the contracts are all public.

Amazon’s Profit Swells to $1.6 Billion, Lifted by Its Cloud Business

Amazon’s Profit Swells to $1.6 Billion, Lifted by Its Cloud Business

Amazon’s revenue for the first quarter jumped 43 percent from a year earlier, rising to $51 billion from $35.7 billion in the same period last year.

Los Angeles Accuses Weather Channel App of Covertly Mining User Data

Los Angeles Accuses Weather Channel App of Covertly Mining User Data

The Weather Channel app used tracking data not just for local forecasts but also for commercial purposes, the Los Angeles city attorney said in a lawsuit filed Thursday.

Sorry, Power-Lunchers. This Restaurant Is a Co-Working Space Now.

Sorry, Power-Lunchers. This Restaurant Is a Co-Working Space Now.

The start-up Spacious has turned 25 restaurants, including the Milling Room in Manhattan, into a co-working space during the day.

Net Neutrality Has Officially Been Repealed. Here’s How That Could Affect You.

Net Neutrality Has Officially Been Repealed. Here’s How That Could Affect You.

Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, has long opposed net neutrality regulations, saying they impeded innovation.

Tech Industry Pursues a Federal Privacy Law, on Its Own Terms

Tech Industry Pursues a Federal Privacy Law, on Its Own Terms

In testimony before Congress in April, Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, left, said that the social network would be open to privacy regulation.

After the Bitcoin Boom: Hard Lessons for Cryptocurrency Investors

After the Bitcoin Boom: Hard Lessons for Cryptocurrency Investors

Tony Yoo, a financial analyst in Los Angeles, invested more than $100,000 of his savings last fall. At their lowest point, his holdings dropped almost 70 percent in value.

Resuming Camera Uploads With Dropbox

Resuming Camera Uploads With Dropbox

Camera Uploads, the photo-backup function available with certain Dropbox accounts, can be enabled in the app's settings.

How FireEye Helped Facebook Spot a Disinformation Campaign

How FireEye Helped Facebook Spot a Disinformation Campaign

FireEye, a cybersecurity company in Milpitas, Calif., tipped off Facebook to a vast disinformation campaign with ties to Iran.

Amazon and Apple Gush Over Holiday Sales

Amazon and Apple Gush Over Holiday Sales

A line for new iPhones in November in Cologne, Germany. Sales of the devices fueled Apple’s financial results, which were announced Thursday.

New Privacy Rules Could Make This Woman One of Tech’s Most Important Regulators

New Privacy Rules Could Make This Woman One of Tech’s Most Important Regulators

Helen Dixon, Ireland’s data protection commissioner, will soon gain vast new authority to investigate and fine an array of technology giants with regional headquarters in Ireland.

After Cambridge Analytica, Privacy Experts Get to Say ‘I Told You So’

After Cambridge Analytica, Privacy Experts Get to Say ‘I Told You So’

Facebook’s offices in Menlo Park, Calif. The disclosure that the personal data of up to 87 million Facebook users was improperly harvested by the consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has given privacy experts hope that the public will finally listen to them.

U.S. Investigating AT&T and Verizon Over Wireless Collusion Claim

U.S. Investigating AT&T and Verizon Over Wireless Collusion Claim

Verizon and AT&T face accusations that they colluded with a group that sets mobile industry standards to try to restrict a new technology, currently in relatively few devices, that allows consumers to easily switch carriers.


© 2020 US News. All Rights Reserved.