Bombshell letter from former Uber employee outlines company tactics of wiretapping, bribery, more
As part of its ongoing litigation with Alphabet's Waymo self-driving unit, a new letter from Uber's former manager of global intelligence makes startling accusations towards the ride-hailing company. The letter alleges that Uber engaged in a series of ...
Ex-Employee: Uber 'Secretly Wiretapped' Executives at Rival Companies
Bombshell Letter Outlines Uber's Tactics of Wiretapping, Bribery, and More
Uber allegedly hacked trade secrets, bribed foreign officials: Report
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Sneak peek: All-new Chevy Silverado pickup
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Chevrolet released a sneak peek of its all-new 2019 Silverado pickup on Saturday, ahead of its public debut at the Detroit auto show in January. The Silverado is Chevy's first all-new product since Ford rocked the truck world at the 2014 show with its ...
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Mozilla backpedals after Mr. Robot-Firefox misstep
It sounded like a good idea at Mozilla -- promote computer security and privacy awareness using a tie-in with an online game from the popular Mr. Robot hacker TV series. But almost immediately, the plan started backfiring. On Wednesday, Firefox users ...
Firefox users lose trust in Mozilla after a 'Mr. Robot' promo went horribly wrong
Firefox faces backlash for auto-installing 'Mr. Robot' add-on
Firefox users cry foul after stealth 'Mr. Robot' promo app secretly installs
Why is Facebook admitting that social networks can be bad for our health?
Facebook did something surprising: It admitted, in a corporate blog post yesterday, that using social media can leave people feeling crummy. Facebook, of course, has built a multi-billion dollar business on the back of the world's largest social ...
Facebook says 'passively consuming' the News Feed will make you feel worse about yourself
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