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August 16, 2022

Google Demos Soda-Fetching Robots

Alphabet’s Google is combining the eyes and arms of physical robots with the knowledge and conversation skills of virtual chatbots to help its employees fetch soda […]
August 16, 2022

Windows 11’s Next Big Update Arrives Next Month With Start Menu Folders, New Gestures

Microsoft is planning to release its next big Windows 11 update, version 22H2, on September 20th. The Verge: Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge […]
August 16, 2022

American Airlines Agrees To Buy 20 Supersonic Planes from Boom

American Airlines has agreed to purchase 20 supersonic Overture planes from Boom Supersonic, the companies announced Tuesday. From a report: The deal is the second firm […]
August 16, 2022

Idaho Company Sues FTC, Claiming Agency Threatened Suit Over Its Tracking Data

A data-marketing and analytics company has sued the Federal Trade Commission, saying the agency is wrongly threatening to sue it for marketing geolocation data that might […]
August 16, 2022

Amazon Accuses FTC of Harassing Bezos in ‘Burdensome’ Probe

Amazon.com accused the US Federal Trade Commission of harassing its founder Jeff Bezos and the company’s Chief Executive Officer Andy Jassy as it probes the e-commerce […]
August 16, 2022

Losses From Crypto Hacks Surged 60% To $1.9 Billion From January To July, Chainalysis Says

Losses arising from cryptocurrency hacks jumped nearly 60% in the first seven months of the year to $1.9 billion, propelled by a surge in funds stolen […]
August 16, 2022

AA22-228A: Threat Actors Exploiting Multiple CVEs Against Zimbra Collaboration Suite

Original release date: August 16, 2022 Summary Actions for ZCS administrators to take today to mitigate malicious cyber activity: • Patch all systems and prioritize patching […]
August 16, 2022

IOTW: Signal users directly targeted in Twilio phishing attack

A phishing-based attack on Twilio has led to a potential 1,900 Signal users phone numbers being accessed
August 16, 2022

Apple Lays Off Recruiters as Part of Its Slowdown in Hiring

Apple laid off many of its contract-based recruiters in the past week, part of a push to rein in the tech giant’s hiring and spending, Bloomberg […]