Facebook to launch officially licensed music videos in the U.S. next month – TechCrunch

Facebook is preparing to launch officially licensed music videos on its social network in the U.S. next month, in a direct challenge to YouTube. In materials reviewed by TechCrunch, Facebook informed Page owners linked to artists they’ll need to toggle on a new...

Elon Musk rails against German court decision on Tesla Autopilot terminology – TechCrunch

Tesla CEO Elon Musk disputed a German court ruling issued today that bans the company from using terms like Autopilot or “full potential for autonomous driving” on its website or other advertising. In a tweet, Musk said “Tesla Autopilot was literally named...

After colleges sue, ICE backs down from student visa rule change – TechCrunch

The Trump administration has backed down from plans to revoke visas of international students studying in the U.S., whose schools planned to take their classes exclusively online in the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic. The reversal comes as over a...

Investors are browsing for Chromium startups – TechCrunch

A few months ago, we declared that “browsers are interesting again,” thanks to increased competition among the major players. Now, as more startups are getting onboard, things are getting downright exciting. A small but growing number of projects are building...

The IPO market stays hot, as nCino prices above range and Jamf targets a ~$2B valuation – TechCrunch

Despite some market chop, the U.S. IPO market is still active, with fresh debut nCino pricing above its elevated price range, and Jamf moving to start its pricing process after filing to go public at the end of June. In addition to the pricing news, yesterday...

As tech giants rally against Hong Kong security law, Apple holds out – TechCrunch

It’s not often Silicon Valley gets behind a single cause. Supporting net neutrality was one, reforming government surveillance another. Last week, Big Tech took up its latest: halting any cooperation with Hong Kong police. Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter,...

'Hamilton' Loses Its Snob Appeal

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Microsoft Warns of a 17-Year-Old ‘Wormable’ Bug

Since WannaCry and NotPetya struck the internet just over three years ago, the security industry has scrutinized every new Windows bug that could be used to create a similar world-shaking worm. Now one potentially "wormable" vulnerability—meaning an attack can...

Social Construct’s computer-optimized buildings could shake construction industry’s foundations – TechCrunch

Construction is one of the largest industries still resisting the call of the 21st century, its practitioners opting for decades-old but tried and true methods. Ben Huh, of Cheezburger fame, aims to modernize the planning and assembly of buildings with...

Banks’ Energy Boycott Is an Antitrust Problem

America’s largest financial institutions are picking winners and losers in the energy sector for political reasons—even while the Covid-19 crisis has reduced global oil demand and a price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia has flooded global markets with...
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