Twitter is reportedly done with job cuts and has started hiring again

Twitter is reportedly done with job cuts and has started hiring again

Twitter won’t be firing and laying off more people, Elon Musk reportedly told the staff members who remained after asking employees to commit to an “extremely hardcore” Twitter during an all-hands meeting. According to The Verge, which heard a partial recording of the event, the company is even actively looking for people to fill roles…

Black Friday: The Best TV Deals on LG OLED, Roku TV, QLED and More

Black Friday: The Best TV Deals on LG OLED, Roku TV, QLED and More

This story is part of Gift Guide, our year-round collection of the best gift ideas. Black Friday week is here and we believe you should shop smarter, not harder. From now until the close of Cyber Monday in seven days, the best TV prices of the year are hitting Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart and Target. A lot of TVs are sale,…

Autonomous Vehicles Join the List of US National Security Threats

Autonomous Vehicles Join the List of US National Security Threats

Amid rising concerns about China’s growing international data collection apparatus, a newly divided US Congress is applying fresh scrutiny to the possibility that imported Chinese technology could be a Trojan horse. In a letter to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, shared exclusively with WIRED, Representative August Pfluger asks some tough questions as to whether…

Crypto firm Genesis says it has “no plans to file bankruptcy imminently” • TechCrunch

Crypto firm Genesis says it has “no plans to file bankruptcy imminently” • TechCrunch

Genesis, a digital assets financial services firm, may be in hot water as it looks to raise fresh capital for its lending unit or potentially face bankruptcy if it can’t, according to a report by Bloomberg. Genesis was facing a liquidity crisis after FTX collapsed, which “created unprecedented market turmoil, resulting in abnormal withdrawal requests…

Feed your developers’ curiosity before it’s too late  

Feed your developers’ curiosity before it’s too late  

Check out the on-demand sessions from the Low-Code/No-Code Summit to learn how to successfully innovate and achieve efficiency by upskilling and scaling citizen developers. Watch now. Developers are the most curious employees out there. It’s ingrained in the very nature of a role that works in a dynamic landscape of languages, tools, security threats and…

Best Target Black Friday deals 2022: Save today on TVs, tablets, headphones, and more

Best Target Black Friday deals 2022: Save today on TVs, tablets, headphones, and more

For Target’s Black Friday deals, we considered that people look for deals that are at least 20% off, especially on Black Friday. So, we scanned Target’s website for the most in-demand, top-quality devices and included the ones with the steepest discounts. Scouring through deals means comparing prices across many retailers and finding the ones that…

Researchers say iPhone usage data isn’t as anonymous as Apple claims

Researchers say iPhone usage data isn’t as anonymous as Apple claims

Code sleuths at Mysk are challenging Apple’s vaunted focus on privacy. The developers claim Apple’s anonymous usage data for some in-house apps includes a Directory Services Identifier (DSID) uniquely linked to your Apple ID and iCloud data. Apple could potentially use this DSID to pinpoint your App Store browsing habits, according to Mysk. This seemingly…