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Jonathan Vanian

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Oakland, CA, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • VentureBeat
  • Entrepreneur
  • GigaOM

Recent articles by Jonathan:

Data from half a billion LinkedIn users has been scraped and put online

Data from over 500,000 LinkedIn users is being sold online to hackers, marking another major cybersecurity incident discovered during the past week following the revelation of a similar occurrence at Facebook. → Read More

Everything to know about Facebook's huge data leak

Data from over half-a-billion Facebook users was leaked online, potentially exposing personal information like phone numbers and email addresses to hackers. → Read More

Apple CEO Tim Cook talks self-driving cars and retirement

Apple CEO Tim Cool talks about AR, self-driving cars, and leaving the iPhone-maker within 10 years. → Read More

Microsoft’s Army deal shows how augmented reality has gone from hot, to not, to hot again

Tech giants are pushing heavily into augmented reality despite the technology failing to become a major hit. → Read More

How online job boards are making it easier to apply for openings

Online job board Ladders debuts service that makes it easier for people to apply to online job postings. → Read More

From data strikes to data poisoning, how consumers can take back control from corporations

Experts suggest ways in which people can collectively withhold or alter their data in order to pressure corporations to change unethical or unfair practices → Read More

Using A.I. for your company can be risky business

Increasingly, collecting massive amounts of user information for A.I. can be a major risk. → Read More

How mental crisis centers have tried to weather the COVID-19 storm

For mental health crisis centers like The Trevor Project, the coronavirus pandemic and recent political turmoil has posed a major challenge for counselors and volunteers. → Read More

Who is Andy Jassy, Amazon's new CEO? Jeff Bezos steps down to become executive chairman, elevating

With Jeff Bezos stepping down as Amazon CEO, the company’s cloud computing chief Andy Jassy will take control of the online retail giant. → Read More

Robinhood, Webull, and Fidelity apps soar amid GameStop controversy

Robinhood, Webull, Fidelity, and other trading apps have skyrocketed in popularity amid GameStop controversy, according to new data from Sensor Tower. → Read More

Why companies are thinking twice about using artificial intelligence

As they increasingly adopt A.I. to improve their businesses, companies are increasingly facing ethical dilemmas. → Read More

These are the fastest-growing corporate apps

Amazon Business is the fastest-growing corporate app followed by Miro, Figma, Monday.com, Fortinet, Lattice, and Snowflake, according to a Businesses at Work survey by Okta. → Read More

SAP CEO Christian Klein talks Qualtrics IPO, COVID, and President Biden

In a conversation with Fortune, SAP CEO Christian Klein discussed the new Biden Administration, the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, and its transformation to a more cloud-friendly business. → Read More

What companies can do to combat A.I. bias

If companies want to get serious about ensuring that their artificial intelligence software works well for all people, not just certain groups, they need to address the lack of diversity in their teams that develop the A.I. as well as the datasets used to train the software. → Read More

Why smart city tech has lost its buzz

Smart city projects haven’t panned out how originally envisioned because of COVID-19. → Read More

The Biden inauguration in photos: from the swearing in to the huge police presence

Here are the best photos from the new President's inauguration. → Read More

WhatsApp delays privacy policy update as users flock to Signal, Telegram

Facebook delayed a privacy update to its WhatsApp messaging service after concerned users started flocking to rivals Signal and Telegram. → Read More

Private messaging apps Signal and Telegram are red hot after the Capitol riots

Private messaging apps Signal and Telegram are the most downloaded free apps jn Apple’s app store and in Google's Play Store. → Read More

3 things to watch for in A.I. in 2021

With a new White House administration soon in place, there may be a clearer set of national A.I. policies that will trickle down to the business world. → Read More

Can companies fire pro-Trump rioters? It's complicated

Firing employees employees who took part of the lawlessness depends a lot on the city and state, union status, and criminal charges. → Read More