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September 28, 2022
One random day - someone spills the beans. They were picked to impersonate me and get a job using my information.
In 1983, Acorn Computers needed a CPU. So 10 people built one.
Growing fears of a recession, declining worker leverage, and a pullback on the lavish perks have diminished the allure of Silicon Valley.
A NASA spacecraft slammed into the surface of a distant asteroid at 7:14PM ET on Monday night, the climax of the agency’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART).
Netflix is no longer relying exclusively on third-party teams to bolster its game catalog. The streaming giant is forming an in-house game studio in Helsinki, Finland to create "world-class" original games without ads or in-app purchases. While it's too soon for details of the games themselves, Zynga and EA alumnus Marko Lastikka will serve as director.
Let's take a closer look at Microsoft's failed attempt at building a hip new phone line for teens.
A new report corroborates previous rumors that new MacBook Pro models will hit shelves in Q4 of this year.