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Wall Street Journal: Internal docs: Facebook's low-data service for developing countries, advertised as being free, has regularly led to unexpected charges for users for months  —  Its program for low-income countries, designed to boost growth outside the U.S., leads to unexpected charges; the company blames software glitches
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James Vincent / The Verge: Meta unveils AI Research SuperCluster, a supercomputer for AI research, claiming it will have 16K GPUs and be the world's fastest upon completion in mid-2022  —  Designed to train the next-generation of machine learning systems  —  Social media conglomerate Meta is the latest tech company to build an …
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Michael Pooler / Financial Times: Report: VC investment into Latin America reached $15.3B in 2021 across 650+ deals, up from a record $4.9B in 2019; fintech was 39% of all investments  —  Fintech continues to be biggest draw as 16 new ‘unicorns’ minted in the region  —  Venture capital investment into Latin America has tripled …
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Laura Cooper / Wall Street Journal: Globalization Partners, which offers tools to simplify hiring international job candidates, raises $200M at a $4.2B valuation from Vista Equity Partners  —  Company helps businesses outsource tasks associated with hiring people abroad, and has seen massive growth due to the Covid-19 pandemic
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Arjun Kharpal / CNBC: The cryptocurrency market has lost ~$130B over the last 24 hours; bitcoin and ether reached their lowest level since July and are down 50%+ from all-time highs  —  - The cryptocurrency market saw around $130 billion wiped off its value over the last day as major digital coins continued their multi-day sell-off.
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WIRED’s spiritual advice columnist explores the forgotten comfort of accidental surveillance.
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The obvious upgrades would be more storage and AV1 support.
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Jessamine Chan's new novel makes a world full of surveillance android children seem very real.
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Homeowners with garages can easily charge their electric cars, but not apartment dwellers. Here's what it'll take to get plugs everywhere in cities.
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Committed bread aficionados will love the expert mixing and kneading skills of this Swedish countertop marvel.
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While imprisoned for being a “reactionary,” physicist and engineer Zhi Bingyi began devising a system to help computing machines read Chinese characters.
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In this slogging thread, our community shares their best suggestions on tech, financial, work, travel, gaming, and pop-culture-themed blogs to follow.
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The metaverse will soon bring about a transformative era of industry influenced by tools like DeFi, cryptocurrencies, NFTs, and Web3.
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Patriot Front says it's aligned with American heroes. Leaks paint a darker picture.
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Sam Zeloof's creations show what’s possible for small-scale silicon tinkerers.
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Ceremorphic, a startup, is coming out of stealth mode with $50 million of series A funding along with the announcement of the QS 1 chip.
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If your site is using add-ons downloaded from AccessPress Themes, it may be infected.
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But buying a GPU is so hard that even a bad graphics card is better than none.
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9 phrases to know when buying a high-end PC mouse.
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Google Labs tackles "high-potential, long-term projects," and that includes blockchain.
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