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Monthly Archives: June 2019
BFR | Earth to Earth
The BFR will be capable of taking people from any city to any other city on Earth in under one hour.
Genius Catches Google Copying Song Lyrics
“Over the last two years, we’ve shown Google irrefutable evidence again and again that they are displaying lyrics copied from Genius,” said Ben Gross, Genius’s chief strategy officer, in an email message.
America’s Job Listings Have Gone Off the Deep End
Are you a code sensei? A customer-service rock star? Do you have a passion for sales? Will you devote your life to conference calls, leaving your family and friends behind while you camp out under your desk, ready to dial in at any time?
An Oral History of Vincent D’Onofrio’s Perfect Men in Black ‘Sugar Water’ Scene
Approximately once a week, I think about a single scene from 1997’s Men in Black.
Robots are breaking out of their cages on the factory floor, and here’s what they are doing
Collaborative robots, or cobots, have been working with humans on the factory floor for years, but when it comes to the large-scale industrial robots that can lift and move massive pieces of manufacturing, the danger to human workers is so great that the robots are bolted down to the factory floor b
HBO cancels ‘Vice News Tonight’
HBO is not renewing its nightly news series with Vice News, The Hill has learned. Vice News CEO Nancy Dubuc announced in an email to staff Monday morning obtained by The Hill that the cable news company had “made the decision not to renew Vice News tonight” after seven seasons.
FedEx to End U.S. Express Business With Amazon
Delivery giant, in severing U.S. air contract, says it wants to focus on other retailers FedEx Corp. FDX 0.75% is ending its air-shipping contract with Amazon.com Inc. in the U.S., evidence of escalating tensions between the longtime partners as the e-commerce giant builds its own delivery network.
This ID Scanner Company is Collecting Sensitive Data on Millions of Bargoers
We’ve all seen it, and some of us have lived it: A bar patron mouths off to a bouncer, tags a wall, gets in a fight, or is just too drunk and disorderly. They’re not just kicked out for…
Metadata is the biggest little problem plaguing the music industry
Recently, a musician signed to a major indie label told me they were owed up to $40,000 in song royalties they would never be able to collect.