I Can’t Imagine Traveling Without This Tiny Nintendo Switch Dock

Photo: Andrew Liszewski Gizmodo As portable as the Nintendo Switch is, its dock, used for charging the console and connecting it to a TV, isn’t. It might be convenient for home use, but it’s a pain to travel with, so anyone hoping to connect the Switch to a TV while on the road absolutely needs … Read more

Here’s How Much Data Companies Will Harvest From You on Cyber ​​Monday

Photo: Rawpixel.com (Shutterstock) If you’re shocked to learn the internet isn’t a great place when it comes to your privacy, welcome to your first day online. Companies track everything you do when browsing the web, sometimes down to your individual keypresses and mouse clicks, and gobble up as much of your personal information as they … Read more

Elon Musk has criticized Apple for years. Apple has mostly ignored him

Anadolu Agency | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who is also the new owner and CEO of Twitterbashed Apple this week after claiming the company has threatened to remove the Twitter app from its App Store, accusing the company of hating “free speech.” The Twitter app is still available … Read more

Elon Musk has criticized Apple for years. Apple has mostly ignored him

Anadolu Agency | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, who is also the new owner and CEO of Twitterbashed Apple this week after claiming the company has threatened to remove the Twitter app from its App Store, accusing the company of hating “free speech.” The Twitter app is still available … Read more

China to punish internet users for ‘liking’ posts in crackdown after zero-Covid protests

Hong Kong CNN Business — Internet users in China will soon be held liable for liking posts deemed illegal or harmful, sparking fears that the world’s second largest economy plans to control social media like never before. China’s internet watchdog is stepping up its regulation of cyberspace as authorities intensify their crackdown on online dissent … Read more

Tech layoffs approach Great Recession levels: ‘It was not sustainable or real’

The number of tech layoffs this year is nearing annual levels seen during the Great Recession, but is far from dot-com-bust territory. As technology companies deal with declining stock prices, inflation, rising interest rates and a possible recession, they have announced more than 60,000 job cuts this year, with indications — such as from Amazon.com … Read more

Twitter is less safe due to Elon Musk’s management style, says former top official

CNN Business — Twitter owner Elon Musk’s dictatorial management style risks driving the company headlong into unforced business blunders, content moderation disasters and the degradation of core platform features that help keep vulnerable users safe, according to a former top Twitter official who led the company’s content moderation before abruptly resigning. this month. The social … Read more

Here’s How Much Data Companies Will Harvest From You on Cyber ​​Monday

Photo: Rawpixel.com (Shutterstock) If you’re shocked to learn the internet isn’t a great place when it comes to your privacy, welcome to your first day online. Companies track everything you do when browsing the web, sometimes down to your individual keypresses and mouse clicks, and gobble up as much of your personal information as they … Read more

China Covid protests: Top health officials deflect blame as they defend controversial policy

CNN — China’s top health officials have pledged to rectify Covid-19 control measures to reduce their impact on people’s lives, while deflecting blame for public frustration away from the policy itself, in their first press briefing since protests erupted against the government’s stringent zero-Covid policy over the weekend. Lockdowns to suppress the spread of the … Read more

Twitter searches for China protests bombarded by spam and porn, raising alarms among researchers

Washington CNN Business — Twitter searches for the widespread Covid-19-related protests in China are returning a flood of spam, pornography and gibberish that some disinformation researchers say at first glance appear to be a deliberate attempt by the Chinese government or its allies to drown out images of the Demonstrations. Beginning late last week and … Read more