September 19, 2018, 1:25 PM

September 19, 2018

1:17 PM  •
Kelly Weill / The Daily Beast:  Cody Wilson, 3D printed gun advocate, charged with a second degree felony count of sexual assault of a child
1:02 PM  •
Aoife White / Bloomberg:  EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager says regulators are probing how Amazon gathers and uses info on sales made by competitors on Amazon Marketplace
12:40 PM  •
Mitchel Broussard / MacRumors:  Apple finishes paying $15.3B in back taxes to Ireland, prompting EU regulators to drop lawsuit against the country
12:30 PM  •
Ari Levy / CNBC:  Amazon is testing a new site called Scout that recommends products to customers based on their likes and dislikes in categories like furniture and women's shoes
12:17 PM  •
Paul Sawers / VentureBeat:  GitLab raises $100M Series D led by Iconiq Capital at a valuation of $1.1B
12:00 PM  •
Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat:  Salesforce debuts two new AI voice assistants atop its Einstein platform, Einstein Voice for enterprises and consumer-facing Einstein Voice Bots
11:35 AM  •
Cate Cadell / Reuters:  Alibaba says it will set up a chip subsidiary to make customised AI chips for its cloud and IoT businesses, aims to launch its first AI chip in H2 2019
11:25 AM  •
Devindra Hardawar / Engadget:  Nvidia RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti review: great 4K gaming, excellent cooling, ray tracing tech has potential, but expensive and there are few games optimized for it
11:05 AM  •
Reuters:  Sources: Tencent Music Entertainment Group has confidentially filed for a $2B US IPO, down from the up to $4B rumored earlier
10:52 AM  •
Ashley Carman / The Verge:  Fitbit launches a new premium fitness coaching service called Fitbit Care, available via a new Fitbit Plus app, that also lets users connect with their doctors
10:15 AM  •
Joe Rossignol / MacRumors:  Filings from Chinese regulator TENAA: iPhone XS and XS Max have 4GB of RAM, iPhone XR has 3GB; iPhone XS Max and XR have larger 3,174 and 2,942 mAH batteries
9:50 AM  •
Zack Whittaker / TechCrunch:  Threat researcher: hackers stole customer credit cards in a month-long data breach at online retailer Newegg, between August 14 and September 18
9:35 AM  •
Cade Metz / New York Times:  How companies like Quanergy, Palmer Luckey's Anduril, and Alphabet-supported Cogniac are testing virtual patrols along the US-Mexico border using lidar and AI
9:20 AM  •
Sarah Krouse / Wall Street Journal:  Google partners with T-Mobile to send Google Maps-like location data from Android phones in the US to emergency call centers
9:05 AM  •
Jon Porter / The Verge:  Code snippets in iOS 12.1 beta suggest new iPad to be announced this fall, possibly an iPad Pro with Face ID and an edge-to-edge notched display
8:20 AM  •
Iris Deng / South China Morning Post:  Tencent announces a China-focused platform, which includes WeChat's natural language processing capabilities, to help other companies pursue AI initiatives
7:40 AM  •
Nick Statt / The Verge:  Sony unveils miniature PlayStation Classic console for $99.99, with 20 pre-loaded games, launching on December 3
7:25 AM  •
Sara Fischer / Axios:  eMarketer study: Amazon's ad business will bring in $4.61B this year, putting Amazon at 3rd place, ahead of Microsoft, in its share of the US digital ad market
7:10 AM  •
Dieter Bohn / The Verge:  Apple Watch Series 4 review: beautiful screen, great battery life, and health-tracking features, but Siri is unreliable, and there is no always-on screen option
5:45 AM  •
Elaine Teng / ESPN:  Profile of Twitch streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, one of the top Fortnite players in the world who shot to fame in March after he played the game with Drake
2:40 AM  •
Christine Lagorio-Chafkin /  Book excerpt: how Reddit co-founders Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian patched their fractured friendship and reclaimed Reddit's helm

September 18, 2018

10:55 PM  •
Paul Sawers / VentureBeat:  Google Cloud launches Work Insights, a tool that provides data on G Suite adoption rates and collaboration patterns across teams in a company, available in beta
9:20 PM  •
Garrett M. Graff / Wired:  Court filing: US government seeks to continue FBI work with Mirai botnet hackers, who pled guilty to creating the malware last Dec., as part of their sentencing
7:35 PM  •
ProPublica:  Investigation: 15 employers, including Uber, have advertised jobs on Facebook exclusively to one sex in the past year, with many ads playing to stereotypes
7:25 PM  •
Zack Whittaker / TechCrunch:  Cloudflare adds new “one-click” DNSSEC setup to make it far more difficult to spoof websites, likely increasing the protocol's woeful adoption rate
6:05 PM  •
Larry Dignan / ZDNet:  Salesforce updates Quip, adding a new PowerPoint-like feature called Slides with real-time collaboration, new apps from Dropbox and Box, and Giphy integration
5:45 PM  •
Connie Loizos / TechCrunch:  In a leaked email, Evernote CEO says the company has cut 54 jobs, or 15% of its staff; the news comes amid a recent report that several senior execs have left
5:00 PM  •
Ry Crist / CNET:  Amazon launches the Alexa Gadgets Toolkit, a set of software tools designed for third-party gadgets that connect with Amazon's Echo devices via Bluetooth
4:50 PM  •
Abner Li / 9to5Google:  Google is rolling out Chrome OS 69 with Material Theme, Linux support, Night Light, dictation, and more
4:08 PM  •
Kerry Flynn / Digiday:  HQ Trivia co-founder Colin Kroll becomes CEO, replacing Rus Yusupov, who will take a creative role, as the company previews a new Wheel of Fortune-like game
4:05 PM  •
Alex Konrad / Forbes:  Microsoft says HoloLens apps Remote Assist and Layout generally available on Dynamics 365 along with previews of new AI-infused CRM tools on Oct. 1
4:00 PM  •
Dan Primack / Axios:  HQ Trivia has a new CEO
3:55 PM  •
Zac Hall / 9to5Mac:  Google Maps is now available on Apple CarPlay with iOS 12, which previously just supported Apple Maps; Waze also plans to support CarPlay in a future update
3:35 PM  •
Yoree Koh / Wall Street Journal:  Women startup founders own 39 cents for every dollar of equity a male founder owns, says study that used anonymized data from more than 6,000 US-based companies
3:20 PM  •
Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:  Ampere launches its first ARM-based eMAG server processors to challenge Intel, with power efficiency, high performance, and high memory capacity
3:10 PM  •
Lucas Matney / TechCrunch:  Illumix, a startup making tools for more dynamic phone-based AR games, raises $8.6M seed round co-led by Maveron and Lightspeed Venture Partners
2:55 PM  •
Nikhilesh De / CoinDesk:  NY AG report on cryptocurrency trading platforms finds many are vulnerable to market manipulation, refers some to regulator for potential legal violations
2:40 PM  •
Steve O'Hear / TechCrunch:  London-based Divido, a marketplace for lenders that offer B2C and B2B financing to customers at checkout, raises $15M Series A
2:25 PM  •
Kyle Wiggers / VentureBeat:  Pinterest rolls out a new API to help brands find and keep track of influencers
2:20 PM  •
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:  Instagram to run ads in Stories and feed to point US users over 18 to midterms voting registration info, will let users add an “I Voted” sticker
2:15 PM  •
Megan Farokhmanesh / The Verge:  YouTube extends its $4.99/mo Channel Memberships, previously available only to channels with 100K+ subscribers, to smaller channels with 50K+ subscribers
1:50 PM  •
Kate Clark / TechCrunch:  Agriculture tech startup Indigo raises $250M Series E and launches marketplace to help farmers sell grain online; source: funding values firm at $3.5B
1:25 PM  •
Wall Street Journal:  Sources: as recently as last year, Facebook pressed banks for the ability to use customer financial data passing through Messenger for purposes like advertising
1:20 PM  •
Malte Ubl / Accelerated Mobile Pages Project:  Google says it is moving the AMP project to an open governance model, forms steering committee with reps from other companies
1:10 PM  •
Jon Porter / The Verge:  Shopify adds support for AR Quick Look, an iOS 12 feature that lets users place models of products in real environments from within Safari
12:39 PM  •
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:  YouTube announces it will shut down its standalone Gaming app and launches a new YouTube Gaming destination at, first coming to the US
12:15 PM  •
Andrew J. Hawkins / The Verge:  Lyft passes 1 billion trips six years after its founding, amid some concerns about its future growth ahead of a potential IPO
12:02 PM  •
Bloomberg:  Sources: Tesla under criminal investigation by DOJ over public statements made by Tesla and CEO Elon Musk, alongside a previously-reported civil inquiry by SEC
11:40 AM  •
Nicole Nguyen / BuzzFeed News:  ACLU files complaint with EEOC against Facebook and 10 other employers, alleging job ads on site were targeted to exclude “female and other non-male” prospects
10:10 AM  •
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:  Zurich-based WayRay, which develops holographic AR hardware and display tech for cars, raises $80M Series C led by Porsche, source says at a $500M valuation
9:55 AM  •
Dami Lee / The Verge:  Google's Family Link, which allows parents to set screen time limits and more, expands to teens, adds support for Google Assistant, and rolls out worldwide
9:45 AM  •
Polina Marinova / Fortune:  On-demand delivery startup Postmates raises $300M led by Tiger Global, source says at a ~$1.2B valuation, to accelerate its growth across the US
9:30 AM  •
Stephanie Condon / ZDNet:  Mozilla releases Firefox Reality, a web browser built to work with VR and AR headsets, available in the Viveport, Oculus, and Daydream app stores
9:20 AM  •
David Ingram / NBC News:  ACLU, others file formal complaint against Facebook alleging that its advertising platform is being used by prospective employers to discriminate against women
9:05 AM  •
Nicole Lee / Engadget:  Withings launches Steel HR Sport smartwatch with GPS and fitness level analytics via a VO2 max indicator, available for $200 today
8:20 AM  •
Paul Sawers / VentureBeat:  UiPath, which develops AI-based bots that automate mundane enterprise tasks, raises $225M Series C at a $3B valuation from CapitalG, Sequoia Capital, and Accel
7:45 AM  •
Violet Blue / Engadget:  Female ASMR video creators have been permanently banned from PayPal and had funds frozen after 8chan harassment campaign; PayPal says it has no anti-ASMR policy
7:10 AM  •
Nilay Patel / The Verge:  iPhone XS and XS Max review: terrific display, great speakers, and long battery life, but expensive, very good camera but not great, portrait mode a hit or miss
6:55 AM  •
South China Morning Post:  How China is working to expand industrial robot usage tenfold to 1.8M units, 70% of which are to be made in China, up from 30% currently, by 2025
5:30 AM  •
Wall Street Journal:  Google partners with Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance to provide Android-powered infotainment systems, with integrated maps, assistant, more, starting in 2021
3:35 AM  •
Biswarup Gooptu / The Economic Times:  Indian ride-hailing service Ola has raised $50M from two Chinese investors at a valuation pegged between $3.7B and $4.3B
12:30 AM  •
Rick Porter / Hollywood Reporter:  HBO and Netflix tie for the most Emmy wins, taking home 23 each; Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel won eight awards; Hulu won four

September 17, 2018

9:10 PM  •
Nick Statt / The Verge:  Twitter update lets users revert to a chronological timeline, says it is working on a way for users to easily switch between algorithmic and chronological feeds
8:45 PM  •
Brian Krebs / Krebs on Security:, used by ~2,300 US government agencies for online payments, has exposed 14M+ customer records dating back to 2012, says issue has now been fixed
7:45 PM  •
Paul Sawers / VentureBeat:  Amazon opens a checkout-free Amazon Go retail store in Chicago, its first such store outside Seattle
7:10 PM  •
New York Times:  Trump placing 10% tariffs on an additional ~$200B in Chinese imports on Sept. 24, drops ~300 types of goods, including smartwatches, from list of those affected
6:40 PM  •
Music Business Worldwide:  Leaked email to Dubai ad agency shows Spotify plans to launch across the Middle East and North Africa in November with a new regional headquarters in Dubai
6:10 PM  •
David Katzmaier / CNET:  Apple releases tvOS 12 for Apple TV and Apple TV 4K, with support for Dolby Atmos audio, NASA screensavers, zero sign-on for some cable apps, and more
6:00 PM  •
Juli Clover / MacRumors:  Apple launches watchOS 5, with Walkie-Talkie, Apple Podcasts, Siri Shortcuts, new watch faces, raise to speak, new workout types like yoga and hiking, and more
5:06 PM  •
Eugene Kim / CNBC:  Sources: Amazon plans to release at least eight new Alexa-powered devices, including a microwave, an amplifier, and subwoofer, by the end of the year
4:20 PM  •
Mary Jo Foley / ZDNet:  Microsoft Managed Desktop launches as a subscription service whereby Microsoft provisions, deploys and manages companies' Windows 10 devices
4:12 PM  •
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:  List of some of the iOS apps supporting Siri Shortcuts, now available in the App Store, including Pandora, The Weather Channel, Google News, and Trello
4:07 PM  •
Mike Memoli / NBC News:  Facebook debuts pilot program to expand its security tools and procedures, like 2FA and threat monitoring, for candidates and campaign staff ahead of midterms
3:43 PM  •
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:  Instagram Shopping launches personalized Explore channel, expands Stories tags after testing them since June, and lets brands add a shopping bag icon to Stories
3:35 PM  •
Rebecca Smithers / The Guardian:  TripAdvisor plans revamp later this year to include a “travel feed”, to let users follow other travelers or content creators, including major publishers
2:50 PM  •
Ingrid Lunden / TechCrunch:  Getty Images partners with Amazon to provide images from its catalog of 200M digital pics for searches on the Echo Show and Echo Spot
2:15 PM  •
Nikhilesh De / CoinDesk:  Cloudflare debuts IPFS Gateway, an easy way to access content from the P2P-driven InterPlanetary File System that does not require installing special software
2:05 PM  •
Charlie Osborne / ZDNet:  Researchers disclose 0-day flaw allowing remote code execution on security cameras running Nuuo software, say hundreds of thousands of devices may be affected
1:35 PM  •
Federico Viticci / MacStories:  iOS 12 review: mostly incremental improvements to iOS 11 rather than breaking new ground, except for Siri Shortcuts, which is a productivity playground
1:19 PM  •
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:  Testing shows app launch times on the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPad Mini 2 improve between 7% and 27% after installing iOS 12
1:07 PM  •
Juli Clover / MacRumors:  iOS 12 officially launches out of beta, with faster performance, Screen Time, smarter notifications, Memoji, Siri Shortcuts, improved privacy in Safari, more
12:25 PM  •
Lily Hay Newman / Wired:  Facebook expands its bug bounty program to include third-party apps and services that involve improper exposure of Facebook user access tokens
12:25 PM  •
Jason Del Rey / Recode:  Stripe unveils Stripe Terminal, a new service for in-person payments with Warby Parker and Glossier as launch partners, will charge 2.7% plus 5¢ per transaction
12:10 PM  •
Jordan Crook / TechCrunch:  AR startup Blippar announces the close of a $37M financing round, bringing total raised to $137M; the company says it hopes to reach profitability in 12 months
11:25 AM  •
David Meyer / Fortune:  Italian court sentences a man who sold hospitality businesses fake reviews on TripAdvisor to nine months in jail
10:55 AM  •
Catherine Shu / TechCrunch:  Freightos, a marketplace for logistics providers that lets users book, manage and track shipments, raises $44.4M Series C led by Singapore Exchange
10:25 AM  •
Mihir Dalal / Livemint:  Sources: Flipkart has held early-stage talks with Indian video streaming service Hotstar about acquiring a stake in the company
9:50 AM  •
Ron Miller / TechCrunch:  Sisense, a startup that helps customers understand and visualize their data across multiple sources, raises $80M Series E led by Insight Venture Partners
9:20 AM  •
Chaim Gartenberg / The Verge:  Amazon adds a new section to its website called Amazon Storefronts, a retail hub exclusively for US SMBs, featuring 1M+ products from ~20K companies
8:45 AM  •
Catalin Cimpanu / ZDNet:  Security researcher finds a new CSS-based attack that crashes and restarts iPhones after malicious HTML is rendered, like when a user visits a malicious link
7:00 AM  •
Steven Levy / Wired:  Current and former Apple execs including Eddy Cue, Tony Fadell, Greg Joswiak, and John Sculley recount anecdotes from their time at the Infinite Loop campus
5:55 AM  •
Eric Johnson / Recode:  Q&A with Roku CEO Anthony Wood on working at Netflix while running Roku early on, partnering with Chinese TV makers, competing with tech giants, and ads on Roku
4:30 AM  •
Jon Russell / TechCrunch:  Mobile social network Path, which Google reportedly tried to acquire for $100M and which was once raising money at a $500M valuation, is closing down on Oct. 18
2:50 AM  •
South China Morning Post:  A look at 6 of 36 members of Alibaba Partnership, an organization set up in 2010 to ensure the continuity of Alibaba's management after Jack Ma retires
1:05 AM  •
Jessi Hempel / Wired:  WeWork acquires Teem, an office space scheduling and workplace analytics platform, to add to Powered by We product suite; sources: WeWork paid $100M for Teem

September 16, 2018

11:27 PM  •
Shona Ghosh / Business Insider:  UK-based Babylon Health says it will invest $100M in hiring more than 500 researchers, scientists, and engineers over the next year to improve its AI for health
10:55 PM  •
Cherie Hu / Billboard:  MusicWatch: paid music streaming subscribers surpass 50M in US, nearly doubling since end of 2016, with ~20M separate users sharing but not paying for access
10:35 PM  •
Leigh Cuen / CoinDesk:  Coinbase says it plans to expand its New York City office, which caters to institutional clients, to 150 employees next year, up from 20 currently
9:07 PM  •
Danah Boyd / Data & Society:  How extremists exploit tech's respect of “free speech” and media's bias to cover “both sides” to amplify fringe messages and get into mainstream conversation
8:25 PM  •
Chris Welch / The Verge:  Google remotely enabled Battery Saver mode for users running Android 9 Pie, during an “internal experiment”, has since apologized and reset settings to default
7:40 PM  •
Linus Torvalds / LKML Archive on  Linux creator and project lead Linus Torvalds apologizes for years of rude behavior, says he is temporarily stepping away from Linux maintenance to get better
6:51 PM  •
Jeffrey A. Trachtenberg / Wall Street Journal:  Salesforce founder Marc Benioff and his wife, Lynne Benioff, to buy Time Magazine for $190M from Meredith Corp., expecting to close within 30 days
6:05 PM  •
Owen Thomas / San Francisco Chronicle:  Interview with Marc Benioff, CEO of Salesforce, on his philanthropic priorities in SF, and why he invests in schools to help solve the “digital refugee” crisis
4:40 PM  •
CB Insights Research:  Research: healthcare AI startups have raised $4.3B across 576 deals since 2013, topping all other industries in AI deal activity
3:30 PM  •
Sigal Samuel / The Atlantic:  How citizen journalists and scholars are using the internet to find Uighur internment and “reeducation” camps and expose the persecution of minorities in China
2:15 PM  •
Jon Fingas / Engadget:  Facebook seeks to hire a Director of Human Rights Policy to steer investigations into human rights abusers on its platforms
1:10 PM  •
Alana Semuels / The Atlantic:  California law, mandating cannabis-delivery drivers to be classified as employees, shows the real-world effects of changes in gig-economy worker classification
11:35 AM  •
Wall Street Journal:  Amazon confirms it is investigating claims that its employees in US and China accepted bribes for internal data and other confidential info on Amazon merchants
10:15 AM  •
Horace Dediu / Asymco:  Durable iPhones can result in lower replacement rates, but they expand Apple's client base via resales, which can then be monetized via accessories and services
6:05 AM  •
Jonathan Stempel / Reuters:  New York's top banking regulator sues US government, claiming it usurped state powers by awarding national bank charters to online lenders and payment companies
2:00 AM  •
Owen Thomas / San Francisco Chronicle:  Tech companies like Salesforce, now the biggest private employer in San Francisco, are reacting to the city's limits by expanding and hiring faster elsewhere
1:25 AM  •
Sean Hollister / CNET:  Apple responds to viral customer complaint about deleting movies from his iTunes library, says it does not delete movies that users have already downloaded
1:10 AM  •
Zack Whittaker / TechCrunch:  Twitter now puts live broadcasts started by accounts users follow, including breaking news, personalities, and sports, at the top of their timelines in its app
12:55 AM  •  SurveyMonkey sets IPO range to $9 to $11/share, plans to raise $135M at the midpoint of the range and additional $40M via private placement at $1.3B valuation

September 15, 2018

10:20 PM  •
John D. McKinnon / Wall Street Journal:  After receiving “increased level of interest”, DOJ has invited a bipartisan group of 24 state AGs to upcoming meeting on alleged speech stifling by tech firms
7:45 PM  •
Molly Taft / The Outline:  Inside the paid courses where deactivated NYC Uber drivers try to learn how to get back in, while critics say tutors are squeezing yet another fee from drivers
5:10 PM  •
Jason M. Bailey / New York Times:  Esports companies like Blizzard are growing by replicating traditional sports leagues like NBA that are structured around local franchises and fanfare
2:50 PM  •
Zack Whittaker / TechCrunch:  Let's Encrypt has issued 380M+ free TLS certificates on 129M unique domains in three years since launch, making it the largest certificate issuer in the world
11:00 AM  •
Brady Dale / CoinDesk:  After running Tezos blockchain network in beta since June, Tezos Foundation will officially launch its protocol on Monday
7:10 AM  •
Ron Amadeo / Ars Technica:  An in-depth review of Android 9 Pie, which comes with a lot of useful user-facing changes and, maybe, improved battery life, but the gestures remain a mess
2:05 AM  •
Alex Konrad / Forbes:  Profile of Procore, a cloud-based platform for the $1T US construction industry that has raised $200M+ and is thinking about IPO after barely surviving in 2008

September 14, 2018

11:25 PM  •
Kimberly Collins / ClickZ:  HYP3R, a location-based marketing platform, has raised $17M Series A; HYP3R says it has geofenced ~300K hotels worldwide for extremely accurate location data
8:20 PM  •
Will Oremus / Slate:  Study: Facebook engagement for sites identified as publishing fake news dropped by 50%+ between 2016 election and July 2018, while shares on Twitter kept rising
7:30 PM  •
Alex Barinka / Bloomberg:  Tencent-backed content aggregator Qutoutiao closes up 128% after raising $84M in its IPO, the biggest first-day increase of a significant US IPO in 2018
6:45 PM  •
Nicole Nguyen / BuzzFeed News:  European website finds that a free app is exposing the exact locations of Grindr's 3.6M+ active users via unauthorized access to Grindr's private API
6:30 PM  •
Ari Levy / CNBC:  Anaplan, which makes cloud-based business planning software, has filed for IPO, one week after its CFO joined the company from Tesla, where he was for one month
6:05 PM  •
Wall Street Journal:  Investigation: North Korean operatives are evading US sanctions and earning millions by using fake identities on services like Github, Slack, and Paypal
5:05 PM  •
Ryan Gallagher / The Intercept:  Sources: prototypes of Google's Dragonfly search engine for China link the search app on users' Android devices to their phone numbers
4:10 PM  •
Matt Burns / TechCrunch:  Mercedes-Benz to integrate SoundHound's AI voice assistant in A-Class cars soon; the AI assistant is also coming to Kia and Hyundai cars in 2019
3:15 PM  •
Josh Ye / Abacus:  Licensing and approval loopholes make games like GTA, banned in China, available for download in the country via Apple's App Store and Steam store
2:35 PM  •
Josh Constine / TechCrunch:  Airware, a drone startup that has raised $118M from Andreessen Horowitz, Google's GV, Kleiner Perkins, and others, is shutting down
1:45 PM  •
Emil Protalinski / VentureBeat:  Google says it will shut down Fabric, the mobile app development tool it acquired in 2017 from Twitter, in mid-2019 after it migrates Fabric's users to Firebase

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