Take a break! Uber drivers must rest 6 hours after driving 12

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments 56 Share this story announced Monday, Uber drivers will now be forced to take a six-hour break after a total of 12 hours of driving…


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Verizon will start locking phones to its network to prevent armed robberies

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Spread the loveTweet Getty Images | Peter Dazeley reader comments 69 Share this story Verizon Wireless will soon begin locking the phones it sells to customers, a move that will…


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Trump’s budget proposal is out, and he really wants to kill ARPA-E

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Spread the loveTweet Department of Energy in Washington, DC. reader comments 194 Share this story On Monday afternoon, the Trump administration released a budget proposal (PDF), including new figures for…


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West sent lizards as nuclear spies, claims Iran defense official

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / A senior military advisor to Iran’s supreme leader claims reptiles can be used for nuclear espionage because they “attract atomic waves.” Dorit Hockman reader comments…


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“Troll” loses Cloudflare lawsuit, has weaponized patent invalidated

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince at a 2014 TechCrunch Disrupt conference in London. reader comments 29 Share this story ruled against a non-practicing entity that had…


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Trump’s infrastructure plan has no dedicated money for broadband

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Spread the loveTweet Enlarge / President Donald Trump unveils his infrastructure plan in the State Dining Room at the White House February 12, 2018 in Washington, DC. Getty Images |…


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FTC slaps Lenovo on the wrist for selling computers with secret adware

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Spread the loveTweet Guang Niu/Getty Images reader comments 51 Share this story The FTC said Tuesday that it cannot stop computer makers from selling computers that inject ads into webpages to…


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FCC makes net neutrality complaints public, but too late to stop repeal

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments 61 Share this story The Federal Communications Commission last week released more than 13,000 pages of net neutrality complaints filed by consumers against their Internet…


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Court battle over one driver’s pay could have big impact on “gig economy”

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments 77 Share this story SAN FRANCISCO—The first big trial over worker rights in the “gig economy” begins today, and it could answer fundamental questions about how workers in the…


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EPA runs all grants past a political appointee in its PR office

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Spread the loveTweet reader comments 107 Share this story While the EPA is often portrayed as a massive bureaucracy, about half of its budget goes directly to other organizations through…


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