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Recommendations startup Canopy hires vets of Instagram, New York Times - CNET - News - January 15, 2019 - 3:35pm
The privacy-focused app maker is adding to its ranks, already stocked with recommendation vets from giants like Spotify and Google.

Driverless car laser ruined camera

BBC Technology News - January 15, 2019 - 3:17pm
A man took a photo of a lidar sensor system on display at a tech fair and found pink dots on all his photos afterwards.

Biz game in the mainframe: T-Systems buddies up with IBM

The Register - January 15, 2019 - 3:16pm
Subject to German competition authority approval, natch

IBM is to buy Deutsche Telekom's ailing maniframe unit, according to multiple sources.…

Pandora voice mode aims to beat Alexa and Google at spinning the perfect tunes for you - CNET - News - January 15, 2019 - 3:12pm
"Hey Pandora, play something competitive."

2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 brings more than 700 horsepower to Detroit - Roadshow - News - January 15, 2019 - 3:12pm
This 700+ horsepower 'Stang has its knives out for Chevy's Camaro ZL1 and Dodge's Challenger Hellcat.

FCC's Ajit Pai won't meet Congress about phone-tracking scandal - CNET - News - January 15, 2019 - 3:03pm
The chairman blames the ongoing government shutdown.

CES 2019: The 4 biggest trends, demystified - CNET - News - January 15, 2019 - 2:56pm
After the annual deluge of announcements, a few themes emerged from CES that will have an important impact on the rest of 2019 and beyond.

This artificial heart can save the youngest patients - CNET - News - January 15, 2019 - 2:49pm
From CNET Magazine: Medical advances can keep the tiniest hearts beating.

The digital hermitage: How “remote work” has changed over 20 years

Ars Technica - January 15, 2019 - 2:30pm

Enlarge / Not my actual home office, but you get the idea. (credit: Manuel Breva Colmeiro / Getty Images)

As we look back on the past 20 years of Ars Technica from our "orbiting HQ," one of the things we've gotten to witness firsthand is how the nature of working from home has changed. Today, everyone at Ars works from home—and actually, that's how things have been since the very first post on the site's forums.

These days many people work from home in some way, whether they want to or not. Smartphones and perpetual connectivity have pushed work life into our home lives, sometimes for the better and sometimes for the worse. (Thanks, Slack.) But when you work from home full-time, as I have for most of my adult life, it completely redefines the notion of work-life balance.

While I can't and won't speak for all of the Ars staff, I admit that it would be extremely difficult for me to return to working in a traditional office at this point. Though I've only been with Ars for the past seven years, I've been working from home in one form or another since 1990 (as a freelancer and side-gig tech consultant) and full-time since 1994. I have been through each stage of Internet connectivity, from dial-up to ISDN to DSL to cable broadband, and have the battle scars to prove it.

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And so it begins: Micron calls its bank manager... we'll be havin' your bit of our JV, Intel

The Register - January 15, 2019 - 2:10pm
Chipzilla says it has 'options' to source Optane 3D XPoint, 3D NAND production elsewhere

Micron has confirmed it will indeed buy Chipzilla’s interest in their IMFT flash foundry joint-venture based in Lehi, Utah.…

Huawei founder reportedly breaks silence to deny spying, praise Trump - CNET - News - January 15, 2019 - 1:58pm
The Chinese company is "only a sesame seed" in the country's trade war with the US, Ren Zhengfei told reporters.

HSBC suggests it might have found a... use for blockchain?

The Register - January 15, 2019 - 1:47pm
Says it used tech to settle 3 million forex transactions, $250k in payments last year

HSBC claims to have settled three million foreign exchange (FX) transactions and made payments worth $250,000 using distributed ledger technology (DLT).…

Googlers to flood social media with tales of harassment in bid to end forced arbitration

The Register - January 15, 2019 - 1:15pm
Group says search giant hasn't changed its ways – and wants the public to know

Googlers are launching a public campaign in a bid to end forced arbitration as part of the battle over harassment allegations levelled against the corporation.…

Tom Cruise lights the fuse on two new Mission: Impossible movies - CNET - News - January 15, 2019 - 12:54pm
Cruise and Christopher McQuarrie will follow the smash hit Fallout with two films shot back to back.

Proposals for drones to fly at night and over crowds in US

BBC Technology News - January 15, 2019 - 12:52pm
US proposals for relaxing drone laws are in stark contrast to the UK, which plans to tighten rules.

No more Windows build strings for you: BuildFeed has turned off the lights

The Register - January 15, 2019 - 12:50pm
Blames 'internal pressures' rather than a software giant getting stroppy about foldables

As Windows 7 tipped over into its 12-month march to oblivion, the popular Windows tracking site, BuildFeed, issued its final update.…

Non-profit? Into DevOps, CI/CD, Containers? There’s a CLL ticket with your name on it

The Register - January 15, 2019 - 12:20pm
You just need to tell us who you are...

Events If you’re heading down the path of DevOps, Continuous Delivery, Containers and all the rest, we’re guessing part of your plan is to save money, or at least spend it as efficiently as possible. But let’s face it, nothing beats free, does it?…

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