According to the Intercept, 50 civil liberties and human rights groups have sent a letter to the Department of Justice demanding an investigation into the widespread use of facial recognition technology by federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. Yahoo and Intel reported earnings today. What exactly happens when someone shows up to the airport with a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in hand? And good news! If you ordered a Tesla Model 3 back in the spring, you only have a little over a year to wait for yours.
- Miguel Helft, San Francisco Bureau Chief at Forbes, talks about Prelude Fertility, a $200 million startup from serial entrepreneur Martin Varsavsky, who wants to stop the biological clock.
- Steve Kovach, Senior Correspondent from Business Insider, says he might buy Google's new Pixel instead of an iPhone 7.
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- STUDY: FACE RECOGNITION SYSTEMS THREATEN THE PRIVACY OF MILLIONS
- FBI Facial Recognition Expert Helps Denver PD Arrest Wrong Man Twice For The Same Crime
- Yahoo met its earnings goals by cost-cutting, not by building its business
- Intel’s Earnings Rise, but Sales Outlook Disappoints
- Samsung is setting up Note 7 exchange booths at airports around the world
- Ordering a Tesla Model 3 now? Hope you like waiting until 2018 or later
- Meet Prelude Fertility, The $200 Million Startup That Wants To Stop The Biological Clock
- REVIEW: Google's first phone makes Siri look trivial
- Watch the maiden flight of a real-life jetpack