Samsung employees are caught selling foldable-screen secrets to China; young people are streaming video to traditional TV sets; and the remnants of Mic get sold off after it failed to find a business model.
Amazon Web Services embraces the blockchain, takes on Microsoft, and revs up an unexpected approach to encouraging machine-learning development.
iCloud works again on Windows 10, AWS built an ARM chip for use in servers, and Spotify looks to enter the market in India.
The Supreme Court seems inclined to let an antitrust lawsuit against Apple move forward; Facebook disbands its election tampering "war room"; Facebook repositions its streaming-video service to focus on older viewers as teens abandon the platform.
The UK government has seized documents that claim to show Facebook’s true knowledge of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, Logitech is trying to purchase Plantronics, and if you want your sneakers to look like a Playstation — you’re in luck!
Samsung plans four different Galaxy S10 models; Tumblr's app still isn't on the iOS App Store due to a lack of content filtering; a departing Facebook exec takes some blame while casting shade on his internal critics.
The FCC is considering redefining rural broadband, while NASA is kicking off in-depth reviews at SpaceX and Boeing and Amazon bids on Disney's 22 sports channels it shed when buying Fox.
Mars 2020 has a landing site; Tim Cook was interviewed by Axios; Google remembers that it makes both the Chromecast and smart speakers.
Tumblr's iOS app vanishes; Civil War photography meets facial recognition; Microsoft starts selling Amazon Echo devices.
Another bad day in a bad week in a bad couple of years for Facebook.