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Recent articles by David:

Facebook’s Content Screening Guidelines Leaked

Guidelines on screening violence, threats, and abuse have been published by the Guardian. → Read More

Texas Is Close to Overturning Austin’s Uber Rules

Uber and Lyft say they'll return to Austin when the new state law takes effect after pulling out a year ago. → Read More

Meet EternalRocks, WannaCry’s Scarier Successor

Windows worm uses even more National Security Agency exploits. → Read More

Cloud Computing Wins Preakness Stakes, and Techies Are Stoked

The tech behind Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure now has a winning horse for a namesake. → Read More

Nearly Half of All Retail Jobs Could Be Lost to Automation Within 10 Years

Women and smaller cities will lose the most retail jobs to robots and online sales. → Read More

Tesla Expands Free Supercharging For Recent Buyers

Model S and Model X owners report free Supercharging upgrades → Read More

U.K. Conservatives Want to Dramatically Increase Internet Regulation

It could significantly impact Google and Facebook. → Read More

Uber’s New Fare System Raises Its Cut While Angering Drivers

"Route-Based Pricing" adjusts for rider behavior, not just distance and demand. → Read More

The FTC Is Cracking Down on Scam ‘Tech Support’ Pop-Ups

The fraudulent scare tactic has cost web surfers millions of dollars. → Read More

WannaCry: Everything You Need To Know About the Ransomware Sweeping the Globe

Attacks are expected to continue. Here's how to be prepared. → Read More

Netflix Is Getting Back in the Arrested Development Business

Netflix wants more episodes of the cult classic comedy, and the stars are signed on. → Read More

SpaceX Co-Founder Tom Mueller: We’re Making the Competition ‘Obsolete’

Tom Mueller on working with Elon, plans for the future, and competitor’s efforts to keep up. → Read More

The Starbucks App Might Be Easier to Hack Than You Think

One of the earliest mobile payment systems is missing a common modern security feature. → Read More

Facebook Pulls Abortion Group Page for ‘Encouragement of Drug Use’—Then Reverses

The conundrum of content filtering isn't getting any easier. → Read More

Why Bitcoin’s Price Has Been Surging and Where It Could Go From Here

Positive regulatory developments, technical progress, and long-term optimism are lining up. → Read More

Microsoft Windows Now Patched Against WannaCry Ransomware Attack

The WannaCry ransomware has proven so malicious that Microsoft is patching Windows versions dating back as far as 14 years. → Read More

Scientific Journal Retracts Controversial Paper Claiming That Fish Prefer Plastic Over Real Food

Whistleblowers quickly noticed holes in researchers' claims. → Read More

Artificial Intelligence Fails on Kentucky Derby Predictions

The “swarm” of insights picked the top four finishers last year. Not this year. → Read More

What Macron’s Win Means for Business and the Markets

The next French president promises pro-business reform, but don’t expect a market bounce on Monday. → Read More

Millions of Android Devices Could Be Secretly Spying on Users, Researchers Claim

Apps from McDonald's and Krispy Kreme were found to contain the SilverPush listening code. → Read More