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Recent articles by Daniel:

The 'Fortnite' Dance Lawsuits Are Close to Falling Apart

Documents suggest that Alfonso Ribeiro can't copyright his signature move, the 'Carlton Dance.' → Read More

Twitter may let us 'clarify' (but not edit) our old tweets

There are reasonable arguments for and against being able to edit tweets once they've been posted to Twitter dot com. Jack Dorsey doesn't necessarily want every... → Read More

The BBC is giving 'Doctor Who' the VR treatment

There may be no new series of Doctor Who for 2019, but the BBC is preparing a little something to keep fans entertained in the meantime. The corporation has ann... → Read More

Audi teases its all-electric Q4 concept car

The third car in Audi's all-electric lineup isn't going on sale until early 2021, but that two-year wait gets a little bit harder when you see what's coming. Ah... → Read More

Mars One is dead

The company that aimed to put humanity on the red planet has met an unfortunate, but wholly-expected end. Mars One Ventures, the for-profit arm of the Mars One... → Read More

Researchers say Twitter's not doing enough to combat abuse

Twitter says that it has seen a marked decline in reports of abuse, with a commensurate surge in its profitability. But not everyone agrees, including researche... → Read More

DOJ busts gang for allegedly sold fake cars on eBay

The Department of Justice has unsealed information about an organized crime ring that used online sites like eBay and Craigslist to defraud people. 20 people, i... → Read More

Twitter says abuse reports have fallen by 16 percent

According to Twitter, less is most definitely more. → Read More

Carriers were selling your location data to bounty hunters for years

Remember the controversy surrounding mobile networks that were selling your location data to bounty hunters? A new report at Motherboard says that the problem w... → Read More

Spotify's quest to become the king of podcasts

Today, Spotify announced that it was finally making a profit, and it would use its cash to go on a spending spree. The streaming music platform was buying block... → Read More

Burn FilmStruck, spoil UltraViolet, but you can’t take my DVDs

I haven't watched a DVD in a while. Long enough that I've thought about donating all of my discs to goodwill. But when I Kondo'd my possessions, the bulk of my... → Read More

Intel's new CEO is facing the same old challenges

After seven months as interim CEO, Robert "Bob" Holmes Swan has been appointed as Intel's seventh full-time leader. Swan started life at General Electric, spend... → Read More

Don’t trust the internet on vitamin D

"Millions of Americans take vitamin D. Most should just stop," wrote Vox at the tail-end of last year. It was one of a number of headlines that attacked a suppl... → Read More

Intel gives interim CEO Robert Swan the full-time job

Intel has announced that the company's interim CEO now has the job on a full-time basis. Robert "Bob" Swan has been appointed to lead the chipmaker as its seven... → Read More

LG fails to turn a profit for the first time in two years

Both of South Korea's electronics giants have announced fourth quarter results that were less than ideal. Within hours of Samsung posting a double-digit reducti... → Read More

Meizu crowdfunds its port-free smartphone on Indiegogo

There's a lot of talk right now about how much is too much for a smartphone in these increasingly tight times. Meizu is hoping that there's enough folks out the... → Read More

You can’t pay for 'the wall' with a porn tax

An Arizona Republican is attempting to place a levy one of the world's most popular hobbies, especially if you've got any alone time. State senator Gail Griffin... → Read More

Emmy Awards will kill off DVD screeners for good in 2020

Today's dispatch from the bureau of "Wait, they were still doing that?" comes from the Television Academy of Arts and Sciences. Deadline Hollywood is reporting... → Read More

Facebook purges more than 500 Russian-led disinformation pages

Facebook says the majority can be traced back to Sputnik, the Kremlin's Buzzfeed-for-propaganda. → Read More

Stock photo of an egg beats Kylie Jenner's Instagram record

It's a tale as old as time: Some bright spark decides to make a statement about vacuous the system is, by exploiting its absurdity to their own ends. Today's en... → Read More