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Samsung says it won’t launch the Galaxy S8 at Mobile World Congress

23 January, by Jon Russell[ —]
samsung galaxy s7 Hot on the heels of providing closure around the Galaxy Note 7 saga, Samsung won’t be launching or previewing its come-back smartphone at Mobile World Congress, the industry’s largest trade show, in February. Read More

The SEC is reportedly investigating why Yahoo took so long to disclose that it was hacked

23 January, by Jon Russell[ —]
shutterstock yahoo As if two massive data breaches affecting more than one billion users isn’t enough, Yahoo is now under investigation from the SEC for not disclosing the hacks sooner, according to a Wall Street Journal report. Read More

Samsung details Note 7 battery findings and highlights future safety measures

23 January, by Brian Heater[ —]
SAMSUNG CSC After explosions, recalls, and months of bad press, Samsung is attempting to put the drawn out Galaxy Note 7 saga behind it once and for all, with the long-promised official release of the findings of its internal investigation. Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh kick off a packed press conference in Seoul by “deeply” apologizing to customers and business partners, before adding on a… Read More

Energy is the new new internet

23 January, by Brian Lakamp[ —]
Photo: Chris Sattlberger/Blend Images/Getty Images If you’re not paying attention to what’s going on in energy, you should. We’ve seen this movie before. Spoiler alert: There’s massive economic opportunity ahead. How massive? Imagine standing in 1992, knowing that Google, Akamai, Netflix, Facebook, Amazon, eBay, BuzzFeed and Uber lay ahead. This time it’s the “Enernet,” not the internet, that will… Read More

Let’s make Series A terms more logical by moving to object-oriented capital

22 January, by Gil Penchina[ —]
Close-Up Of Pencil Crossing On Checklist Seed terms have gotten much better, but I still find Series A (and beyond) term sheets frustrating. I think we can change the “norm” by offering entrepreneurs a better alternative. So if you have terms you don’t like, it’s time to try object-oriented capital (OOC). Read More

Ethics — the next frontier for artificial intelligence

22 January, by Don Basile[ —]
Image: gremlin/iStock/Getty Images With one foot in its science fiction past and the other in the new frontier of science and tech innovations, AI occupies a unique place in our cultural imagination. Will we live into a future where machines are as intelligent — or frighteningly, more so — than humans? AI’s next frontier requires ethics built through policy. Will Donald Trump deliver? Read More

Gillmor Gang: Because Why

22 January, by Steve Gillmor[ —]
Gillmor Gang Artcard The Gillmor Gang — Keith Teare, Kevin Marks, Frank Radice, and Steve Gillmor. Recorded live Friday, January 13, 2017. Finally, the reality is upon us, and the Gang had it pretty right from the start. What a difference a week doesn’t make. Plus the latest G3 surviving Inauguration Day with Halley Suitt Tucker, Elisa Camahort Page, Kristie Wells, Rebecca Woodcock, and Tina Chase… Read More

Elon Musk says to expect “major” Tesla hardware revisions almost annually

22 January, by Darrell Etherington[ —]
Tesla Fleet Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk has advice for prospective buyers hoping their vehicles will be future-proof: Shop elsewhere. Musk made the comment when responding to a Twitter question about the possibility of a paid upgrade path for existing vehicle owners who want the new sensors, computer and other components now shipping in so-called ‘HW2’-equipped Teslas. He also gave us… Read More

Sorry Elon, driverless passenger drones will be the vehicular disruption of the future

22 January, by Adam Singolda[ —]
circa 1962:  Cartoon family the Jetsons, comprised of George, Jane, Judy, Elroy, and Astro, flying in a space car in a space age city, in a still from the Hanna-Barbera animated television show, The Jetsons.  (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Henry Ford famously said that if you asked people what they wanted, they wouldn’t have said “ a car.”  They would have said – “a faster horse.” I believe driverless cars are today’s equivalent of faster horses. A continuation of what exists – not a true category break. Predictable but not revolutionary enough. That takes me to Elon Musk, who… Read More

WhatsApp, Signal, and dangerously ignorant journalism

22 January, by Jon Evans[ —]
setec-astronomy There is something about encryption that brings out the worst in journalists. Because to most of them it is magic, they are always searching desperately for the proverbial man behind the curtain, without knowing what to look for. Which may explain The Guardian’s recent bizarre attack on WhatsApp, which they accused, wrongly, of having a “backdoor.” And the security… Read More

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