Controversial startup to continue supplying police with facial-recognition tech

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Twitter shuts down huge Chinese network with a coronavirus bent

[ad_1] Hey, maybe you were arguing with a bot after all.  On Thursday, Twitter reveled an effort to dismantle three separate “state-linked information operations” that, according to the San Francisco-based social media company, worked to spread misinformation and attack political dissidents. One such effort, allegedly run by the People’s Republic of China, reportedly focused on…

Sony announces PS5 accessories, including HD Camera with dual 1080p lenses, Pulse 3D headset, media remote, and DualSense charging station for controllers (Jon Fingas/Engadget)

[ad_1] Jon Fingas / Engadget: Sony announces PS5 accessories, including HD Camera with dual 1080p lenses, Pulse 3D headset, media remote, and DualSense charging station for controllers  —  Sony’s PlayStation 5 won’t launch by its lonesome — there will also be a host of official (not to mention matching) accessories to go with it. [ad_2]…

Sources: Palantir is preparing to register an S-1 filing confidentially, with plans to go public in the coming weeks and start trading as early as fall (Bloomberg)

[ad_1] Bloomberg: Sources: Palantir is preparing to register an S-1 filing confidentially, with plans to go public in the coming weeks and start trading as early as fall  —  Palantir Technologies Inc., the secretive big-data firm, plans to file to go public in the coming weeks and could start trading as early as the fall…

Why the social network of systemic racism is ripe for change

[ad_1] It took two weeks of explosive, transformative national upheaval on race and policing before the head of America’s hyperlocal social network finally took a stand. “Let me say it unequivocally,” Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar said in a statement sent to millions of members in 200,000 U.S. neighborhoods Thursday. “Racism has no place on Nextdoor.” …

Jim Keller, SVP of Intel's Silicon Engineering Group, has resigned from the company due to personal reasons, will remain as a consultant for next six months (Dr. Ian Cutress/AnandTech)

[ad_1] Dr. Ian Cutress / AnandTech: Jim Keller, SVP of Intel’s Silicon Engineering Group, has resigned from the company due to personal reasons, will remain as a consultant for next six months  —  Intel has just published a news release on its website stating that Jim Keller has resigned from the company, effective immediately, due…