Thursday, July 19, 2018

Elon Musk apologizes for calling Thai cave rescue diver 'pedo guy'

Musk lashed out after Vern Unsworth called a submarine he sent to assist in the rescue “a PR stunt.”

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Don't miss these amazing deals before Amazon Prime Day ends tonight

It’s the final countdown, but several great deals remain

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Scientists are practicing for upcoming BepiColombo mission to Mercury

To ensure everything goes smoothly, a team is simulating a bunch of conditions to make sure they’re prepared for the seven year journey to Mercury.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


All the best Amazon Prime Day deals you can still get [Tuesday PM Update]

There’s only a few hours left, but still plenty of great offers on great products.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Amazon estimated to sell $2.4 billion since the start of Prime Day, even after outage

Why did Amazon’s site and app go down in the first hour of Prime Day? No one know and Amazon’s not saying, but the outage shows that online shopping is not yet an infallible replacement for brick and mortar.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Lawmakers Don’t Grasp the Sacred Tech Law They Want to Gut

Decades ago, Section 230 gave tech companies sweeping power to police content on their platforms. Now some lawmakers want that power back.

Via:: Wired News


These are the deals Reviewed editors would buy this Amazon Prime Day

Here are the deals we’ve been talking about all day at Reviewed.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


A Giant Iceberg Grounded Itself Near a Greenland Town

It’s retreated, but the risk of what happens with a grounded iceberg is almost luck of the draw.

Via:: Wired News


The best Amazon Prime Day deals of 2018

Don’t waste time sorting through bad deals.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Republicans press social media giants on anti-conservative 'bias' that Dems call 'nonsense'

While House Republicans pressed Facebook, Twitter and YouTube officials about charges of anti-conservative bias, Democrats complained that the giant social media companies are bending over backwards to appease conservatives.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

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