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Owlet baby socks discontinued after FDA warning. Parents argue device offers ‘peace of mind.’

Owlet’s Smart Socks, which are baby monitoring socks programmed to track a baby’s sleep patterns, have halted sales after a warning letter from FDA.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Balance, Pokémon Unite: These were the best Android apps of 2021

Balance was named the Best App of 2021 on Google Play, the company announced in a blog post published Monday.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Lotfi Zadeh: Google doodle honors Azerbaijani-American computer scientist

Google honored Azerbaijani-American electrical engineer and professor Lotfi Zadeh, who submitted a paper laying out the concept of “fuzzy logic.”

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Get More From Your Multicooker With These 5 Cookbooks

If you’ve got an Instant Pot (or something like it), let these books guide you toward some exciting new flavors.

Via:: Wired News

 

Jack Dorsey leaves mixed legacy as CEO of Twitter

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has stepped down as CEO of the social media platform. He leaves a mixed legacy of reshaping social and political discourse, while also providing a vehicle for bad actors to spread misinformation. (November 30)

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO: Talking Tech podcast

Jack Dorsey steps down as Twitter CEO: Talking Tech podcast

Via:: USA Today Tech News

 

Think Climate Change Is Messy? Wait Until Geoengineering

Someone’s bound to hack the atmosphere to cool the planet. So we urgently need more research on the consequences, says climate scientist Kate Ricke.

Via:: Wired News

 

The Watch That Made Everything Now

When the Pulsar debuted in 1972, the first digital watch offered a new concept of time—and foreshadowed our fraught relationship with instantaneity.

Via:: Wired News

 

Europe Went Bananas for Gorillas. Then Its Workers Rose Up

The delivery app raced to a $1 billion valuation, promising to transform a problem-prone industry. Striking riders say it’s no different from its peers.

Via:: Wired News

 

An AI Finds Superbug-Killing Potential in Human Proteins

A team scoured the human proteome for antimicrobial molecules and found thousands, plus a surprise about how animals evolved to fight infections.

Via:: Wired News

 
 
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