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Next The Future of Cryptocurrency Next. Related Articles. Reddit surveyed users last year and found that one of the top demands for its search function was the capability to search comments. Reddit also updated its search function to make its results more relevant. Reddit also will now monitor use patterns to turn up better results as a way of "understanding of user intentions" when they search for something, meaning that if someone is searching a popular topic that many other users are looking at, it will automatically sort results to prioritize the fresh content.
It's also looking at popularity of posts within search results to determine how it prioritizes posts in topics when searched. The platform also updated its user interface for search to prioritize posts over other content types, as well as simplify the results page to help users "more easily skim" to find what they're looking for. It's not going well. The listing expires Thursday. The NFT market has had a rocky year after zooming to prominence in Dorsey's sale was ahead of the curve and for a good cause, benefiting the GiveDirectly charity.
Trading volumes crashed in , with concerns about scams and hype turning off some buyers. Activity has more recently recovered, but it's not clear that some NFTs will recover the value. NFTs confound some people, since they amount to a pointer to a digital asset, not the asset itself. They're best thought of as a receipt or certificate of ownership, a mechanism for restoring scarcity to a world of digital abundance. But the concept of an NFT of a tweet is particularly puzzling to some , since the underlying tweet is controlled by the user who wrote it and Twitter the company, not the owner of an NFT.
Dorsey, one observer pointed out, could delete the tweet at any moment, rendering the NFT valueless. Then again, there is this thing called capitalism, where a thing is generally considered worth what people will pay for it. The trick is persuading other people to buy it from them for more money, and Estavi hasn't managed that.
Estavi was reportedly arrested in Iran last year, after which his crypto ventures Bridge Oracle and CryptoLand shut down. He told CoinDesk that he was still trying to exchange customers' BRG tokens for a new token and that the process might take months. Starting April 28, U. Amazon confirmed the fee hike to Protocol and relayed a copy of the email sent to sellers. The fee affects Amazon sellers who use Fulfillment by Amazon. Amazon told sellers that it has been hit by inflation, claiming: "Like many, we have experienced significant cost increases and absorbed them, wherever possible.
The fee, which takes effect in two weeks, will cost sellers 24 cents per unit and will apply to all product types shipped from fulfillment centers. Amazon said its fee is roughly half of what Fedex and UPS are charging for fuel fees, which cost sellers 49 cents and 42 cents per unit, respectively.
The vast majority of Amazon merchants are third-party sellers who use Fulfillment by Amazon, which charges sellers a fulfillment fee per unit depending on the size and weight of the item, as well as storage fees depending on the month of the year and the cubic feet that the items take up in its warehouses. Several delivery and logistics-centered tech companies have made similar moves in recent weeks as gas prices soar: Uber and Lyft added surcharges for car rides, and Instacart tacked on an additional 40 cents per order.
Members of the Wikipedia community have formally requested that the Wikimedia Foundation, which oversees the volunteer-edited compendium of knowledge, stop accepting crypto donations. A debate over the proposal, written by a Wikipedia user who goes by GorillaWarfare, ran from Jan.
Those who argued for the acceptance of crypto donations said that other payment methods also have issues around environmental sustainability, and that bitcoin was only energy-intensive through the mining process, not transactions. The most common type of crypto donated was bitcoin.
The foundation converts crypto to fiat daily, opting not to hold on to it. While participants voted to stop accepting crypto donations and 94 voted to continue accepting crypto, the Wikimedia Foundation is not legally obligated to act upon the community request. The foundation uses BitPay to process cryptocurrency donations, and the link on its website is still active. Doing business in New York will be a tad more expensive for crypto companies.
The state will start making crypto companies licensed to operate in New York pay for the cost of making sure they are complying with regulations. New York's move has its critics. The licensing requirements apply to most virtual currency businesses seeking to do business with New Yorkers. The annual assessment fees the DFS will charge virtual currency firms aren't set yet, but similar fees for other financial institutions can run in the tens of thousands of dollars a year, designed to recoup the department's operating costs.
Crypto firms that only create software aren't subject to the existing or future licensing fees, but any businesses that custody customers' crypto for them must obtain a license , according to a DFS FAQ. Consumers who buy, sell or mine crypto don't need a license, though larger mining operations might need one. New York has become a critical lobbying battleground for the crypto industry.
About a dozen crypto companies and organizations, including Digital Currency Group and Blockchain. But employers on the Top Companies list did a larger share of hiring in several cities in the South and the Midwest, with Houston, Detroit, Miami, Orlando, Chicago and Austin making the top six.
Austin has been a particular hiring hub for both Apple and Dell Technologies headquartered outside of Austin , according to LinkedIn. Meta has expanded its real estate footprint in Austin, Boston, Chicago and Bellevue, Washington, while also adding space in Silicon Valley. Late Tuesday the company finally released more details about the cause and scope of the outage, proving once again that delaying the release of bad news to enterprise customers is worse than the bad news itself.
Expect that to change later this year. Gergely Orosz, a former Uber and Microsoft engineer, might have summed it up best :. The root cause is less important in this case. What is important is how companies respond when things go wrong, and how quickly they do this. And speed is where the company failed first and foremost. Earth Day is coming up on April 22, and companies are already unleashing a blizzard of virtue signals.
Amazon is helping users plant trees , while Pinterest moved to limit climate disinformation. On Wednesday, Yelp joined them. The company is rolling out a series of eco-friendly business attribute labels to help users find restaurants and shops that meet their environmental standards. The labels cover a variety of topics tied to sustainability.
Other labels indicate whether customers are permitted to bring in reused take-out containers and if they can expect reusable utensils or plastic-free packaging. Yelp partnered with the coalition, which includes more than 1, organizations and businesses across 75 countries, to create the new labels. Yelp said at the time it would have decided what to do with the data by the following year, but things appear to have taken a bit longer than expected.
Yelp's labels are a nice feature, but whether they make a dent in how its users make choices or how businesses operate is another issue entirely. Some restaurants change how they deliver takeout depending on what containers, utensils and straws are cheap and available. In San Francisco, for example, plastic straws are banned — but any San Franciscan can tell you that some restaurants still use plastic when there are supply chain issues or plastic straws are easier to find.
After all, any step toward sustainability is better than nothing. But what's clear is that the world needs actual regulations that reduce the production of plastic in the first place. There are a number of possibilities on that front, ranging from bans on single-use plastic that are actually enforced to forcing companies manufacturing plastic to deal with clean up.
Maine passed a bill last year requiring plastic producers to pay for recycling rather than putting the onus on people, while California also passed one that will ban misleading recycling labels. Stringent enforcement could make Yelp's labels a little less necessary on the plastic front, though it still sure is nice to know where exactly you can charge an EV these days outside your local Starbucks , of course.
Switching from iPhone to Android is easier said than done. First there's the whole iMessage thing, which keeps iPhone users locked in just to avoid the hassle of losing texts. Apple also encourages users to store their data in iCloud, which makes it easy to access across Apple devices. There are workarounds — for instance, uploading data to Google Drive and downloading it to a new Android device — but Apple makes the switch from Android a whole lot easier than Google has done for iPhone users.
Until now. On Monday, Google quietly launched a Switch to Android app for iOS, which, as you might guess, helps users transfer chunks of data from their iPhones to Android. If you search for the app in the iOS App Store, you won't find it — instead, iPhone users have to follow a direct link to install it. Google hasn't yet responded to questions as to when the app will be searchable in the App Store.
Another update last month signaled that the app would be able to automate the transfer of photos and videos from iCloud to Google Photos. Apple launched its version, Move to iOS, back in Android users can download the app from the Google Play store, then place their Android phone and new iPhone close to each other. The app then establishes a private wifi network, searches for the Android phone running Move to iOS nearby and transfers content wirelessly when users punch in a security code.
For most people the process is relatively fast — about minutes. But often, users find their networks interrupted, which can create lengthy delays. For this reason, the app only has a 2. If Google's version for iOS is less glitchy, that would be good news for users — but bad for Apple. Meta's pile of augmented and virtual reality projects is expanding, and now that list includes another pair of AR smart glasses, according to a new report from The Verge.
We've known for quite some time that Facebook is working on a variety of AR devices. Last fall, the company launched its Ray-Ban Stories smart glasses though "smart" is doing a lot of work there , and Meta already makes VR headsets under its Quest line. The company is reportedly working on a high-end pair of AR glasses codenamed Nazare. Interestingly, Meta wants to avoid tethering the glasses to a phone. Instead, Nazare will connect to a separate device that will aid with computing, similar to Magic Leap's line of mixed-reality headsets that use a tethered puck to help bring down the weight and bulk of the wearable.
Meta is also working on a cheaper version codenamed Hypernova, The Verge reported, which will pair with a smartphone instead and rely on a smaller heads-up display, similar to that of defunct smart glasses-maker North, which was acquired by Google in It will mainly be used to display phone notifications and messages similar in ways to the original Google Glass, though that means it may not have the capability to display 3D graphics as Nazare is designed to do.
Nazare will reportedly also feature eye-tracking and a front-facing camera as well as a custom optics system and chip set. Both devices will pair with a wrist-worn wearable based on brain-computer interface technology from CTRL-Labs , a startup Meta acquired in , that will let you operate the glasses effectively with your mind. This is done through the process of electromyography EMG , though such tech has yet to be deployed in a consumer device at this scale or sophistication.
According to The Verge, Meta has been working for years now to figure out if EMG is a viable input method that it can include in its first set of AR products. If so, it's poised to be a major selling point and differentiator compared with rumored AR glasses from Apple and other tech giants. To set up a runway for delivering all these products, Meta is planning to launch a smartwatch this year or in that will, eventually, be updated with CTRL-Labs tech in time for the launch of both Nazare and Hypernova in An attorney for California's labor agency resigned in protest over what she called "interference" from California Governor Gavin Newsom in the state's lawsuit against Activision Blizzard for its alleged frat house culture, according to a Bloomberg report.
The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing is embroiled in a suit against the company that accuses it of fostering a frat house culture that allowed for sexual assault and discrimination in violation of state labor laws. In addition to the DFEH suit, the company is still facing lawsuits from former employees and shareholders and an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, as well as a union movement inside some of its subsidiaries, including the studio that makes Call of Duty.
The Newsom administration supports the effective work DFEH has done under Director Kevin Kish to enforce civil rights laws and protect workers, and will continue to support DFEH in their efforts to fight all forms of discrimination and protect Californians," wrote Erin Mellon, communications director for Governor Newsom. Update: This story has been updated to include a statement from Governor Newsom's office. This story was updated April 13, IMDb TV has a new name: Amazon is rebranding its free, ad-supported streaming service as Freevee, and is getting ready for further international expansion.
Freevee is set to launch in Germany later this year, Deadline reported Wednesday. Like the rest of the ad-supported video industry, IMDb TV has seen some significant growth during the pandemic. Meta plans to charge a total The news broke as Meta revealed details about its metaverse monetization plans and people started reading the fine print.
Mark Zuckerberg said in a Monday video that the company was testing out ways to monetize the metaverse, but omitted the crucial details. Compared with the relatively small fees NFT creators pay on other virtual-goods marketplaces, like the 2. The reasons they are upset, on the surface, are clear. Horizon Worlds is centralized, owned and designed by a single, for-profit company.
The in-game items are not much different than purchasing skins in Fortnite, and Meta could take them away whenever they choose. With the large fee, Meta is instead signaling to the world that it expects market dominance: Company leadership is betting that most people will want to — or be pressured to to — buy and sell their digital goods through their platform, alone. Blockchain evangelists are believers in a decentralized future metaverse, where items will exist as portable non-fungible tokens and every token holder will often have an ownership stake in the underlying systems on which games or virtual worlds operate.
In Decentraland and Sandbox, for example, two in-development decentralized virtual worlds, users own their items and are able to sell them for little more than gas fees. This creates a kind of de facto cooperative ownership model, which crypto optimists say is a fairer structure for gamers.
How, or whether, he would implement this in Horizon Worlds is unclear. Like many of the things crypto fanatics care about, the future of digital goods in virtual reality is mostly just speculation at this point. Even though Meta is only testing out this monetization structure, it may have lost goodwill among potential future users already. The harshest skeptics on Twitter think the company is digging its own virtual grave by seeking such a big cut.
Chinese telecom giant Huawei has severely curtailed its operations in Russia in an effort to avoid getting hit by further U. It operates an office in Moscow and, for the month of April, reportedly told Russian employees to go on mandatory leave. Chinese employees living in Russia were allowed to continue working out of the Moscow office.
Huawei also laid off marketing employees that helped field orders from Russian telecom companies, per the Forbes report. With Huawei limiting orders, Russia will have virtually no options for importing telecommunications equipment. The Swedish Ericsson and Finnish Nokia provided most of the remaining parts.
With announcements earlier this week, Ericsson said it would indefinitely suspend operations in Russia and Nokia said it would exit the Russian market altogether. Huawei has already experienced some of the heaviest U. Commerce Department is able to issue exceptions in the form of export licenses that allow American companies to supply equipment to Huawei. Normally, U. Reports that Huawei placed Russian employees on leave — rather than laying them off outright — suggest that the company may eventually attempt to resume operations in Russia.
And the sanctions landscape is still evolving, as last week the U. Treasury Department issued special authorization for domestic firms to supply telecommunications equipment to Russia. WeWork, despite its best attempts, is not a tech company — at best, it's a commercial real estate firm and a struggling one, at that. But WeWork is trying once again with new software designed to help managers oversee their workers, Bloomberg reported Wednesday.
The company is rolling out WeWork Workplace, a tool that lets employers manage their workers by booking conference rooms, coordinating desk usage and tracking which work spaces are used most often. WeWork is partnering with Yardi Systems, which provides property management software for landlords and homeowners, on the tool.
It's expected to be available this summer. The company gave its IPO a second go last fall with Sandeep Mathrani at the helm and has laid out a new strategic plan with aims to be cash flow positive by this year. When the company went public a second time, Mathrani told investors that it plans to rent out office space, allow people to rent out space on demand and sell its WeWork Workplace technology.
At its most recent earnings report, the company reported that its revenue increased , but it's still losing cash. With this new software, WeWork hopes that managers who don't rent office space from WeWork might still use its tools for their own hybrid or remote work models. Organon, a women's health care company, signed on as WeWork's first customer for this software earlier this year.
Chip giant Intel is the latest tech company to throw its hat in the net zero ring. On Wednesday, the company committed to bringing its greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by But there's a catch: The plan only focuses on Intel's operations, leaving out Scope 3 emissions, which are generally the biggest source of carbon pollution.
This commitment includes cutting down its emissions from Scope 1 largely raw materials and Scope 2 largely manufacturing to net zero. Intel has committed to interim targets, another must for credibility. Reducing energy demand and building out renewables are two of the main strategies the recent United Nations climate report identified as being particularly effective in the near term. Meanwhile, Intel has extended some emissions reduction goals to its supply chain writ large.
However, those goals are vague at best, and could be difficult to measure. As both a chip designer and manufacturer, Intel is in the fairly unique position of controlling most of the emissions related to its final product, as opposed to competitors that do only one or the other. But the company makes no promises regarding its Scope 3 emissions, which means that it is — at least, for now — skipping any commitment to limit the climate impact of distributing and using its products.
Without a hard and fast goal, though, that amounts to little more than a pinky swear at this point — and we're going to need a little more than that. Google is betting big on the future of offices. New spaces include offices in Atlanta, Austin and Portland, Oregon. Meanwhile, company offices and campuses already in operation in Pittsburgh, New York and Cambridge, Massachusetts, will all get upgrades. Data centers across the country will also see an influx of cash.
The building and data center investment also includes a commitment to ensuring Google reaches its climate goals. The company is pursuing having its new Sunnyvale, California, office certified by the International Living Future Institute. Given the realities of the pandemic and the shift to working at home, investing billions in building out physical space might seem like an odd choice right now.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai acknowledged that even with the investment, the company will still allow employees to pursue more flexible work schedules. Google began bringing workers back to the office three days a week this month, despite resistance from some employees. In an effort to woo them, the company offered free e-scooters , though it did take away workers' beloved bidets in California to comply with state laws. Google is not the only company continuing to spend on offices despite the rise of remote and hybrid work.
Twitter grew its office presence in San Francisco, too. As expected, a Twitter shareholder has sued Elon Musk for failing to disclose his ownership stake in the company during the SEC-mandated window, alleging that hiding this fact kept the company's share price low.
In the lawsuit filed Tuesday in the U. District Court of the Southern District of New York, Twitter shareholder Marc Bain Rasella accused Musk of securities fraud, claiming that because Musk didn't disclose his sizable stake in the company by March 24, he was able to snap up more shares at a lower price. Rasella wants to represent investors who sold shares of Twitter between March 24 and April 1, the time period between when Musk should have revealed his stake and when he actually did.
The drama over Musk's investment in Twitter has been unending in the last week. Now Elon watchers — and Twitter employees — are watching to see whether he continues to criticize the company via tweet or decides to put his money where his mouth is and take over Twitter entirely.
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