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- TikTok could also be attempting to negotiate its approach out of being offered. ByteDance is speaking with the US authorities about “possible arrangements” that may keep away from a “full scale” of TikTok’s stateside operations, in accordance with The Wall Street Journal.
- Portland grew to become the primary metropolis to ban the usage of facial recognition expertise in public areas. More cities have begun to crack down on the usage of facial recognition expertise amid rising considerations about civil rights and liberties violations.
- Two weeks earlier than it goes public, buyers are nonetheless confused about Palantir’s enterprise mannequin. The agency faces questions on what makes its software program providing totally different from its opponents and whether or not its provider’s quantity to greater than consulting.
- Microsoft will launch two variations of the next-gen Xbox in November: The Xbox Series S, and the Xbox Series X. The Xbox Series S prices $300, whereas the Xbox Series X prices $500.
- China is retaliating in opposition to the US for its ‘bare bullying’ of TikTok with a brand new international safety initiative. The information push is retaliation in opposition to the US “Clean Network Initiative” which is aimed toward walling off the Chinese web.
- Mark Zuckerberg stated Apple ‘deserves scrutiny’ over its App Store guidelines and praised Google for letting folks obtain apps, not on the Play Store. Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated Apple had “unilateral control” over what will get onto folks’ telephones, which raises questions around competitors.
- Twitter is attempting to sublease components of its San Francisco headquarters after telling workers they’ll do business from home without end. The agency is reportedly providing up 104,850 sq. toes, which incorporates 878 work stations, at its headquarters on Market Street in San Francisco.
- Tesla inventory rallied after plunging a file 21% throughout Tuesday’s tech rout. Tesla’s inventory leap observes its completion of a $5 billion share sale and a five-for-one inventory cut up final week.
- Apple took the wraps off its first floating retailer in Singapore to reveal a glowing glass orb. The dome-like construction in Marina Bay Sands is made out of 114 items of glass held collectively by 10 slim vertical mullions.
- We received a unique have a look at the pitch deck city mobility startup WhereIsMyTransport used to win funding from Google in a $7.5 million funding spherical. The agency collects native transport information and companions with native authorities to make 1000’s of routes in growing nations extra standardized and accessible.
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