Trump’s UNESCO exit draws critics, but will have little immediate impact

UNESCO headquarters in Paris UNESCO Trump’s UNESCO exit draws critics, but will have little immediate impact To the dismay of many researchers, the U.S. government announced last week that it would formally withdraw from the United Nations Educational, Scientific an...

Judge: MalwareTech is no longer under curfew, GPS monitoring [Updated]

A judge in Milwaukee has modified the pre-trial release conditions of Marcus Hutchins, also known online as “MalwareTech,” who was indicted two months ago on federal criminal charges. Under US Magistrate Judge William Duffin’s Thursday order, Hutchins, who is currently livin...

Cities around US offer billions in tax breaks to be Amazon’s HQ2

Cities around the country are pulling out all the stops to entice Amazon to set up its second headquarters in their area. The online retail giant is taking proposals from around North America, and today’s the deadline. Some of the proposals include massive tax breaks, while other ...

Cities around US offer billions in tax breaks to be Amazon’s HQ2

Cities around the country are pulling out all the stops to entice Amazon to set up its second headquarters in their area. The online retail giant is taking proposals from around North America, and today’s the deadline. Some of the proposals include massive tax breaks, while other ...

Axon wants you (yes, you!) to submit photos, videos to police

Axon, the company formerly known as Taser, either wants to encourage helpful citizens or snitches—depending on how you feel about talking to police—to come forward. On Thursday, the company announced “Axon Citizen,” a new “public safety portal” that lets civilian...

Axon wants you (yes, you!) to submit photos, videos to police

Axon, the company formerly known as Taser, either wants to encourage helpful citizens or snitches—depending on how you feel about talking to police—to come forward. On Thursday, the company announced “Axon Citizen,” a new “public safety portal” that lets civilian...

Couple sues PG&E for negligence, says power lines caused wildfire

A couple who lost its Santa Rosa home in the devastating October Tubbs Fire has sued the local utility for negligence, saying that untrimmed tree branches caught fire when they came into contact with power lines and other equipment. The California Department of Forestry hasn’t officiall...

Couple sues PG&E for negligence, says power lines caused wildfire

A couple who lost its Santa Rosa home in the devastating October Tubbs Fire has sued the local utility for negligence, saying that untrimmed tree branches caught fire when they came into contact with power lines and other equipment. The California Department of Forestry hasn’t officiall...

One of the original coding schools must pay $375k over employment claims

In recent years, dozens of coding schools and boot camps have opened up, promising that they can teach students enough software programming that they can get a high-paying job in just a few months. Now one of the most prominent institutions, New York’s Flatiron School, will be she...

One of the original coding schools must pay $375k over employment claims

In recent years, dozens of coding schools and boot camps have opened up, promising that they can teach students enough software programming that they can get a high-paying job in just a few months. Now one of the most prominent institutions, New York’s Flatiron School, will be she...
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