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Google announces major shift away from precision-targeting of ads based on everything you do on the internet

Google announces major shift away from precision-targeting of ads based on everything you do on the internet

Google said on Wednesday that it would move away from using technologies that track specific users as they browse the web, a move that could upend the digital advertising industry. Google had previously announced plans to eliminate a technology called third-party cookies, saying its Chrome browser would no longer use it by 2022. The search giant now says that it will not create or use any other tools that identify individual users for advertising purposes. "Keeping the internet open and accessible for everyone requires all of us to do more to protect privacy — and that means an end to not...

March 3, 2021
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Jack Dorsey plugged bitcoin during his tweetstorm about Trump. It's not as surprising as it seems: His other company, Square, owns $186 million worth of the cryptocurrency.

Jack Dorsey plugged bitcoin during his tweetstorm about Trump. It's not as surprising as it seems: His other company, Square, owns $186 million worth of the cryptocurrency.

Jack Dorsey Wednesday night following last week's violent riots on Capitol Hill - and he used the opportunity to plug bitcoin. In , Dorsey explained Twitter's decision late last week to President Donald Trump's account from Twitter. Dorsey said he believed the move was the right decision for Twitter, as "offline harm as a result of online speech is demonstrably real." But he also cautioned against one internet company having too much power.Amid Dorsey's explanation of Trump's ban - which was laid out in 13 tweets - he switched gears to discuss bitcoin, and why he's so passionate about...

January 14, 2021
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Apple is reportedly working on a magnetic battery pack for the iPhone 12, but it's being held up by software issues

Apple is reportedly working on a magnetic battery pack for the iPhone 12, but it's being held up by software issues

Apple is working on a magnetic battery pack that attaches to the iPhone 12, reported on Friday.The battery pack, which was planned for release in the months following the iPhone 12 launch last October, will rely on Apple's MagSafe system to stick to the back of the latest iPhones, according to Bloomberg. MagSafe accessories work by via a magnetic coil implanted in the back of the phone. Apple currently offers an array of MagSafe products, including magnetic wallets and cases.Apple already sells battery packs built into iPhone cases, but the new device would be a standalone wireless...

February 19, 2021
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Apple is reportedly working on a magnetic battery pack for the iPhone 12, but it's being held up by software issues

Apple is reportedly working on a magnetic battery pack for the iPhone 12, but it's being held up by software issues

The word "Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Something is loading.Loading...Apple is working on a magnetic battery pack that attaches to the iPhone 12, reported on Friday. The battery pack, which was planned for release in the months following the iPhone 12 launch last October, will rely on Apple's MagSafe system to stick to the back of the latest iPhones, according to Bloomberg. MagSafe accessories work by  via a magnetic coil implanted in the back of the phone. Apple currently offers an array of MagSafe...

February 19, 2021
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Microsoft will open up its US headquarters to more employees by the end of the month as it embraces a hybrid workplace

Microsoft will open up its US headquarters to more employees by the end of the month as it embraces a hybrid workplace

The word "Insider".Set up laterTwo crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Microsoft will open up its US headquarters to more employees by the end of this month, the company announced Monday. Beginning March 29, Microsoft employees who typically work at the company's Redmond, Washington, headquarters or nearby offices will have the option to return to those campuses some or all of the time. Employees will also be allowed to continue working remotely if they wish, Microsoft said in announcing the update."We've been closely...

March 22, 2021
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Apple CEO Tim Cook says Trump should be held accountable for the Capitol Hill riots: 'No one is above the law'

Apple CEO Tim Cook says Trump should be held accountable for the Capitol Hill riots: 'No one is above the law'

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Something is loading.Loading...Apple CEO Tim Cook says President Donald Trump should be held accountable for the riots on Capitol Hill last week. In an interview with "CBS This Morning" that aired Tuesday, host Gayle King asked Cook where he stands on the issue of Trump's role in the insurrection, which resulted in five deaths and dozens of arrests. The brief interview was part of a larger story that will air on the program Wednesday morning. "I think no one...

January 12, 2021
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Twitter suspended Trump's account permanently

Twitter suspended Trump's account permanently

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Twitter has permanently suspended President Donald Trump from accessing his account. Twitter's decision follows The latter platform cited the risks to the president continuing to use the site. Facebook's ban will last for at least the next two weeks, until after President-elect Joe Biden takes office. "After close review of recent Tweets from the account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further...

January 8, 2021
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Adidas is developing plant-based leather that will be used to make shoes, its latest sustainability initiative after producing 15 million pairs of recycled plastic sneakers in 2020

Adidas is developing plant-based leather that will be used to make shoes, its latest sustainability initiative after producing 15 million pairs of recycled plastic sneakers in 2020

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.Adidas is going plant-based. The athletic-wear company announced on Monday that it's working on a new material, a plant-based leather that will be used to make shoes. The leather alternative is made from , which is part of a fungus. Adidas said it is working on the plant-based leather with partners, but did not announce when shoes made with the material would join its lineup.The company began offering a vegan version of one of its most popular shoes, the...

December 28, 2020
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Bill Gates says in-person meetings aren't the 'gold standard' anymore and that 50% of business travel will go away even after pandemic

Bill Gates says in-person meetings aren't the 'gold standard' anymore and that 50% of business travel will go away even after pandemic

The words "Business Insider".Two crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.The sweeping changes we've seen this year to office work and business travel won't go away, even after the pandemic subsides, according to Bill Gates. Gates described how he envisions the future of work during an interview with Andrew Ross Sorkin on Tuesday. According to Gates, one of the biggest changes to how business is conducted will have to do with work-related travel. "My prediction would be that over 50% of business travel and over 30% of days in the...

November 17, 2020
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Employees at global software firm Zoho have turned the company's Austin headquarters into a fully functioning farm. It's become a respite during the pandemic, and could serve as a model for a new way of working.

Employees at global software firm Zoho have turned the company's Austin headquarters into a fully functioning farm. It's become a respite during the pandemic, and could serve as a model for a new way of working.

The word "Insider".Set up laterTwo crossed lines that form an 'X'. It indicates a way to close an interaction, or dismiss a notification.At the outer limits of Travis County, Texas, sits a 360-acre plot of land that's home to grazing cattle, an old farmhouse, and the beginnings of a fully functioning farm. It may not look like it from the outside, but this is the US headquarters of the 9,000-employee international software company Zoho. In April 2019, Zoho purchased the land with the intention of building a massive new office for its Austin-based employees, who, up until then, had been...

November 1, 2020
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