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YouTube Rival Sues Google for ‘Unfairly Rigging’ Search Algorithms

Rumble Inc., a streaming video site increasingly favored by users who think conservatives are censored online, sued Google in federal court in California Monday, claiming the tech giant unlawfully tilts search engine results toward its sister company YouTube. After asking Frosch to sign a nondisclosure agreement, YouTube representatives told Frosch that the company’s algorithms categorize creators. Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc., is an American multinational public corporation invested in Internet search, cloud computing, and advertising technologies. Google hosts and develops a number of Internet-based services and products, and generates profit…

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ELECTRONICS 

Faster Internet, Wiping Data, Password Hack: 5 Tricks Tech Pros Use All the Time

What digital lifestyle questions do you have? Call Kim’s national radio show and tap or click here to find it on your local radio station. You can listen to or watch The Kim Komando Show on your phone, tablet, television or computer. Or tap or click here for Kim’s free podcasts. Kim Komando will show you the five tricks that tech pros use all the time. The truth is, you can sell or give away your printer without any real loss. Printers usually do not store too much information, and most…

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EMERGING NEWS 

Companies Examine Capitol Riot for Security Lessons

Similarly, Zoom has been pilloried for describing its service until recently as “end-to-end encrypted,” — a technical term with a specific meaning. The company later admitted that the way it had been using the term was inaccurate, and said that it “never intended to deceive any of our customers.” But like many other tech platforms that were built on ease of use, Zoom is finding that life in the public eye. Sixty-nine p.c of executives noticed a dramatic increase in physical threat activity towards their firms final 12 months, in…

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EMERGING NEWS 

Amazon, Walmart Using AI to Decide on Economic Sense to Process a Return

Order from Amazon enough and you’ll eventually find that an item isn’t to your liking. While the online retailing giant makes returns relatively easy, it’s not always fast or convenient to repackage a purchase and send it on its way. Depending on where you live, there might be better options. The name Tiger Woods is synonymous with golf, and why would it not be? He is after all, the current No.1 golfer. Since more and more people buy things just “to try them”, with no real intention of really keeping…

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EMERGING NEWS 

Elon Musk Responds to Capitol Riots with Dig at Facebook

For instance, it described in very specific detail how the disease progresses. But doctors say coronavirus symptoms and severity are highly variable, and there’s no one exact progression pattern. For instance, one claim in the post stated that the virus “hates the Sun”. While there is evidence that ultraviolet rays and heat can kill viruses on surfaces, the post claimed that sunlight could cure or preven. Does the source of the information seem vague or seem to be from a friend of a friend you can’t trace? Get to the…

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EMERGING NEWS 

Test Launch of SpaceX’s Starship SN9 Could Come as Early as This Weekend

In January 2015, Musk said that he hoped to release details of the “completely new architecture” for the Mars transport system in late 2015 but those plans changed and, by the end of the year, the plan to publicly release additional specifics had moved to 2016. Musk stated in June 2016 that the first uncrewed MCT Mars flight could happen as early as 2022, to be followed by the first crewed MCT Mars flight departing The ITS did not have a dedicated and single-function second stage in the way most…

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China Steps Up Pressure on Alibaba With Anti-Monopoly Probe

Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes. Learn more or change your cookie preferences. Rogers Media supports the Digital Advertising Alliance principles. By continuing to use our service, you agree to our use of cookies. Rogers Media uses cookies for personalization, to customize its online advertisements, and for other purposes.  China has the world’s biggest population of internet users at 940 million, according to government data. An unusually large share of the public use e-commerce and other online services, giving internet companies…

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EMERGING NEWS 

Nikola Stock Plunges As Electric Garbage Truck Deal Trashed

Executives and employees at tech companies such as Alphabet Inc-owned Google, Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc, Microsoft Corp are pushing to place candidates in senior roles at government agencies, according to four sources with knowledge of the matter. For the battered U.S. dollar, it could mean less government spending which threatens to weigh on the greenback, and less risk of tax hikes that some see as limit. If Republicans win at least one Senate seat, they will maintain a slim majority. If Democrats sweep the twin runoffs, the chamber would be…

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EMERGING NEWS 

Drones Set to Deliver Packages ‘Everywhere’ in Country in Near Future

FAA Bans The Use Of Drones To Deliver Packages Alex Wilhelm 7 years The FAA made it plain this week that Amazon, or anyone else for that matter, won’t be able to deliver packages using a drone in the near future. In a document soliciting feedback regarding drone policy — a “Notice of Interpretation with Request for Comment ” — the FAA calls “delivering packages to people for a fee” a non-hobby or recreation Their drones are small fixed-wing electric airplanes, enabling them to fly fast and over long distances…

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Is Facebook Trying to Influence the Georgia Senate Runoffs?

Because Facebook and Google were not allowing any political ads to run on their platforms, which is an extension of previous policies, the candidates hadn’t been able to use the two highly valued digital platforms to reach voters with advertisements or supply them with information about Georgia’s somewhat unusual runoff-election process. This, of course, is happening in the midst of a pandemic, when in-person campaign. With the stakes high, social networks have been trying to show yet again they’re doing a better job at combating political misinformation. Researchers, though, have…

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