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United States: Google Employees' PAGA Claims Are Not Preempted By The NLRA - Proskauer Rose LLP

The trial court sustained the demurrer, but the Court of Appeal reversed, holding that the claims "fall within the local interest exception to Garmon preemption and may therefore go forward."
Tags: Google, News, United States, Court of appeal, Garmon, NLRA Proskauer Rose LLP


United States: Court Affirms Dismissal Of Trade Secrets Claim Brought Against Apple - Proskauer Rose LLP

Hooked Media, a startup company that Apple expressed interest in acquiring, sued Apple after Apple passed on the deal but three of Hooked's most important employees left to work for Apple.
Tags: Apple, News, United States


The tiny shift and a giant revolution

Human history is dotted with numerous incidents that felt like tiny, insignificant nudges at the time but fast forward a few years and these tiny nudges were found to be the tipping points of revolutions that shifted the way us humans move around. One such tiny nudge happened a couple of days ago when I got myself a sub-15K, Android Phone.Now, this sounds like a tiny thing. Even trivial. After all, more than 89% of the country has these sub-15K phones and they seem to be getting by fine. I am de...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Android, Money, Life, Nike, Rant, Mobile Phone, Crocs, Jimmy Choo, Jimmy, Apple Computers, sgEchoChamber


Awesome, Now Police Are Using Automated Drones

Police drones are already a dystopian horror story straight out of the pages of 1984, but now they’re even beginning to think for themselves. Read more...
Tags: Science, Police, Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Ai, Police Technology


iPhone 11 owners may be due a free screen replacement

Apple is offering to replace unresponsive iPhone 11 screens for free. Here's how to find out if your iPhone is eligible.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, iPhone 11, Breaking Twitter


YouTube and Peacock are Now Streaming James Bond Films For Free

The Verge writes: Maybe you're feeling nostalgic for a classic James Bond film following Sean Connery's death in late October. Or perhaps you're simply feeling a gap given that the next film, No Time to Die, got pushed back to April 2021 or beyond. Either way, you can now binge a sizable selection of the James Bond collection completely for free (with ads) from YouTube, Peacock (with its free subscription), and PlutoTV... You can also find most of the films on Hulu and Amazon Prime this mont...
Tags: Tech, Netflix, James Bond, Hulu, Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan, Arecibo Observatory, Casino Royale Quantum of Solace


Third Monolith Reappears, Fourth and Fifth Monoliths Discovered

"People taking a stroll on Sunday morning stumbled upon another mysterious monolith," reports Insider.com. "This one was found in a northern province of the Netherlands." The monolith was covered in ice and surrounded by a small pool of water, according to local reports. The hikers told the Dutch paper Algemeen Dagblad that they're not sure how the monolith got there. They said they found no footprints around it that would indicate someone placed it there intentionally. And that monolith that d...
Tags: Facebook, Colorado, California, Tech, Netherlands, Denver, Pittsburgh, Joe, Algemeen Dagblad, McKenzie, San Luis Obispo County, Atascadero, Los Padres National Forest, Beers, Candy Shop, Atascadero California


Waze Integration With CarPlay Dashboard Goes Live

After a period of beta testing, Waze is now able to directly integrate with Apple CarPlay's multiscreen dashboard, as noted by users of the navigation app on the . In addition to support for the dashboard mode, the update appears to introduce in-app lane guidance for the first time. @9to5mac @MacRumors @waze Waze dashboard is here!!!!! pic.twitter.com/gvuaaTSJRG— Camilo Díaz (@camadiazrob) December 6, 2020 Before the introduction of Apple's CarPlay Dashboard, users were required to s...
Tags: Apple, Waze, Carplay, Camilo Díaz


Third Monolith Reappears, Fourth and Fifth Monolith Discovered

"People taking a stroll on Sunday morning stumbled upon another mysterious monolith," reports Insider.com. "This one was found in a northern province of the Netherlands." The monolith was covered in ice and surrounded by a small pool of water, according to local reports. The hikers told the Dutch paper Algemeen Dagblad that they're not sure how the monolith got there. They said they found no footprints around it that would indicate someone placed it there intentionally. And that monolith that d...
Tags: Facebook, Colorado, California, Tech, Netherlands, Denver, Pittsburgh, Joe, Algemeen Dagblad, McKenzie, San Luis Obispo County, Atascadero, Los Padres National Forest, Beers, Candy Shop, Atascadero California


All Three Monoliths Gone -- Two Removed By Activist Vandals (slashdot)

A Reddit user found Google Earth photos showing the Utah monolith may have appeared in its canyon up to five years ago, according to The Daily Beast. But it's gone now: Last week, a team of four people removed the Utah obelisk. One of them, a Utah adventure guide, explained their actions in an Instagram post. "We removed the Utah Monolith because there are clear precedents for how we share and standardize the use of our public lands, natural wildlife, native plants, fresh water sources, and hum...
Tags: Google, Utah, News, Mexico, San Francisco, Cnn, Reddit, Romania, Christ, Southern California, Central Coast, Christensen, Bay Area News Group, Atascadero, EditorDavid, Sylvan Christensen


UK's first all-electric car charging forecourt opens in Essex

Clean energy firm Gridserve has plans for more than 100 such sites over next five yearsBritain’s first all-electric car charging forecourt is set to open for business in Braintree, Essex, to charge electric vehicles with 100% renewable energy.From Monday, the super-fast electric forecourt will deliver 350KW of charging power, or enough to add 200 miles of driving range, within 20 minutes, to up to 36 cars at a time. Continue reading...
Tags: Energy, Business, UK, Technology, Environment, UK News, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Ethical and green living, Transport, Travel and transport, Automotive Industry, Motoring, Essex, Electric, Hybrid And Low-emission Cars, Braintree Essex


For Dave Brubeck’s 100th Birthday, Watch Pakistani Musicians Play an Enchanting Version of “Take Five”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLF46JKkCNg How’s this for fusion? Here we have The Sachal Studios Orchestra, based in Lahore, Pakistan, playing an innovative cover of “Take Five,” the jazz standard written by Paul Desmond and originally performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1959. Brubeck–who would have celebrated his 100th birthday today–called it the “most interesting” version he had ever heard. Once you watch the performance above, you’ll know why. According to The Guardian, The Sa...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Music, London, College, George Harrison, Jerusalem, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd, Pakistan, Chile, Moscow, Ipanema, Facebook Twitter, Dave Brubeck


Is Microsoft's 'Find Your Joy' Holiday Ad Sad?

There's a zany twist at the end, because "This year more than ever, we felt that it was important to give people a little lift, to remind them that while we are facing a lot of challenges, there are many ways we can connect, be productive and enjoy the time we have at home," Microsoft's VP of brand, advertising, and research told Adweek. But long-time Slashdot reader theodp shares a different opinion: While Adweek finds it "heartwarming", Windows Central's Sean Endicott writes that Microsoft's...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Adweek, Slashdot, Endicott, Sean Endicott, Minecraft s Marketplace Microsoft


At last night's rally in Georgia, Trump said that the "big tech" companies are "vicious and violent and untruthful." Violent?!

Maybe he just slipped and got his "v" words mixed up. He said "vicious" and maybe he was reaching for another alliterative adjective, but he said "violent." From the transcript, here's the jumbled context:And by the way, tell our senators end Section 230. End Section 230. Put it in. We put it in. I want it in the defense bill. Put it in because it’s a national security problem. It’s a big national security. So hopefully, Mitch and the senators will put it in. But it’s the one chance we have to b...
Tags: Technology, Law, Mitch, Trump, Ny Post, Ann Althouse, Georgia Trump, Trump rhetoric


Google removes some IAC browser extensions for 'policy violations'

Alphabet Inc's Google said on Sunday it has removed a number of browser extensions of online conglomerate IAC/InterActive Corp for...
Tags: Google, IAC, Alphabet Inc, IAC Interactive Corp


Notebook Lenovo 14 “Flex 5 Hanya $ 549,99 Dikirim di Staples.com (Biasanya $ 730)

Harga laptop di Staples akan mengejutkan Anda! Membutuhkan laptop baru? Kunjungi Staples.com di mana mereka menawarkan diskon luar biasa untuk laptop dari merek populer termasuk Lenovo, HP, dan banyak lagi!Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Lenovo, Frugality, Hanya, Notebook Lenovo, Kunjungi Staples


Some Ransomware Gangs are Now Phoning Victims Who Restore from Backups

"We recommend that you discuss this situation with us in the chat," one caller warned, "or the problems with your network will never end." ZDNet reports: In attempts to put pressure on victims, some ransomware gangs are now cold-calling victims on their phones if they suspect that a hacked company might try to restore from backups and avoid paying ransom demands. "We've seen this trend since at least August-September," Evgueni Erchov, Director of IR & Cyber Threat Intelligence at Arete Inciden...
Tags: Tech, Zdnet, Emsisoft, Bill Siegel, Coveware, Arete IR, Evgueni Erchov, IR Cyber Threat Intelligence, Arete Incident Response


Coronavirus vaccines in Hawai`i: where are we, when are they coming, who can get them?

The COVID-19 vaccine is right around the corner, and it won’t be one vaccine, but several…maybe lots.What do we know about them?The old school way to get immunity to a disease is to get the disease. When I was a kid and had the mumps, all the neighbors sent their kids to visit, so they could get the mumps, too. Safer to get mumps as a child than as an adult.Another way to get immunity is to be exposed to a weakened form or inactive actual virus—which promotes the immune system to respond, but do...
Tags: Travel, England, Technology, Washington Post, Government, China, United States, United Kingdom, Food And Drug Administration, Fda, Pfizer, AARP, Johnson Johnson, Centers for Disease Control, United States Russia, Novavax


Apple is forced to include iPhone charger for not demonstrating 'environmental benefits'

Brazilian users could purchase an iPhone with charger included.
Tags: Apple


"For over a century, film was at its core a theatrical art form: While it’s true that movies could be watched on TV, the primary cinematic experience was immersive viewing in a theater surrounded by strangers."

"Now there is a push to make the movie theater merely one platform among others, offering an experience deemed no more meaningful than watching the same feature-length visual narratives on a home entertainment system, a laptop, or even a cell phone."  Writes Jeet Heer in "Movie Theaters Aren’t Dying—They’re Being Murdered/The Covid-19 pandemic is providing a perfect cover for media giants bent on replacing theatrical moviegoing with streaming at home" (The Nation). As media giants like Netflix...
Tags: Technology, Movies, Law, Capitalism, Jim Carrey, Mickey Mouse, Plato, The Nation, Jeet Heer, Netflix Disney, Warner Media, Ann Althouse, Johanna Schneller


Google Considers 'Severe' Penalties For Allegedly Deceptive Chrome Extension Maker

Engadget reports: The Wall Street Journal has learned that Google is considering "severe penalties" against internet giant IAC (InterActive Corp) over allegedly deceptive practices in its Chrome extensions. The browser extras reportedly promise features that never materialize, point users toward additional ads, or even trick users into installing them. A Google audit reportedly found that some of IAC's voting ads not only didn't take users to voter info, but installed the Ask.com toolbar and c...
Tags: Google, Tech, IAC, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Engadget, IAC Interactive Corp


How phones can alert you to COVID-19 exposure

Apple and Google co-created “exposure notification" technology to alert phone users if they spent time near someone who tests positive...
Tags: Google


iOS 14.2 Reportedly Causing Severe Battery Drain

Users on the Apple Developer forums and Reddit are widely reporting that iOS 14.2 causes severe battery drain issues. Symptoms of the problem include rapid battery drain and longer charge times than usual. Some users are reporting that their devices are losing over 50 percent charge in less than 30 minutes, and seeing large drops of around five percent within minutes of normal use. The issue seems to be software-related because multiple users are experiencing battery life sticking at a high ...
Tags: Apple, Mms, Reddit, Battery Life, Apple Developer Program, iPadOS, Ios 14


consumer privacy comeback

In 2010, Mark Zuckerberg famously said that privacy was no longer a “social norm.” New research this month showed that 94% of consumers are uncomfortable with how their personal data is shared online. Drew MacRae at the Financial Rights Legal Centre, said consumers’ expectations had fundamentally shifted.  As he put it: “Privacy is making a comeback.  People are slowly realizing what is happening out there in the market and discovering that, when they click on the button to agree to some ...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Netflix, Branding, Ann Handley, Data-driven, Cart Corporate Blog Sponsored Post, Drew MacRae, Financial Rights Legal Centre


Richard Stallman Answers Questions at EmacsConf 2020

All the videos have now appeared online for the talks at this year's virtual EmacsConf 2020, "the conference about the joy of Emacs, Emacs Lisp, and memorizing key sequences." And among them are an appearance by 67-year-old Richard Stallman, reminding the audience he'd created the first Emacs editor in 1976 "with some help from Guy Steele," then created GNU Emacs in 1984. Stallman was there to tell the history of the GNU Emacs Lisp Package Archive (and the licensing issues involved) — and how ...
Tags: Tech, Stallman, Richard Stallman, Guy Steele


Google may ban IAC's Chrome extensions over 'deceptive' practices

Google is considering a ban or other penalties for IAC's Chrome extensions over claims they're deceptive.
Tags: Google, IAC


Inside the tragic last months of ex-Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh's life

Hello everyone! Welcome to this weekly roundup of Business Insider stories from co-Editor in Chief Matt Turner. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every Sunday.Read on for the reporting on former Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh's final months, tips on how to get a job in the Biden administration, and the rising stars of real estate. Tony Hsieh spent most of his last nine months in Park City, Utah, where he flew in new contacts and created a community amidst the pandemic. Chris Farina/...
Tags: Google, Utah, New York, Obama, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Ben Thompson, Gop, Michigan, Zappos, Biden, Park City, Bain Capital, Justice Department


Celebrating the Path-Breaking Research That Lead to Coronavirus Vaccines

The Washington Post tells the remarkable story of how both Moderna's vaccine and the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine relied on a specially designed spike protein partially created by America's Vaccine Research Center — along with messenger RNA, "a technology never before harnessed in an approved vaccine." And also decades of path-breaking research: If, as expected in the next few weeks, regulators give those vaccines the green light, the technology and the precision approach to vaccine design could tu...
Tags: Post, Washington Post, America, Tech, United States, Anthony Fauci, Sahin, Wuhan China, Melissa Moore, Moderna, Vaccine Research Center, BioNtech, Ugur Sahin, Barney -RSB- Graham, Moderna RNA


Component Failure Found in Crew Capsule NASA Hoped to Launch in 2021

The Verge reports that a power component failed on the Orion deep-space crew capsule that NASA hopes to launch (unmanned) from its Space Launch System (or SLS) in late 2021, in a mission called Artemis 1. The problem? It's buried deep within one of the spacecraft's power/data units (or PDUs) within the adapter that connects the capsule to its power/propulsion trunk "service module," so there's no easy way to fix it: As many as nine months would be needed to take the vehicle apart and put it b...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, Orion, Lockheed Martin, Lockheed, Artemis, SLS


The best Samsung Galaxy S8 cases and covers

Why not protect that curvy display and stamp your own style on Samsung's 2017 flagship phone? Here's our pick of the best Galaxy S8 cases currently available.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Samsung, Trends, Cases, Covers, Best Of, Buying Guides, Galaxy S8, Samsung Galaxy S8, Tier 4



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