Tech News Today

Sep 26th 2017

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No S-Pen Left Behind

Equifax CEO retired, Dyson's electric car.
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The CEO of Equifax is retiring, effective immediately. Richard Smith is the latest executive of the hacked credit-reporting giant step down nearly a month after the company announced that a hack exposed the personal information of 143 million people.

Dyson working on an Electric Vehicle to launch publicly by 2020. James Dyson, founder of the company, wrote an email to his employees, revealing the plan that is already underway, employing a team of 400 people to get the motor running.

According to a study by Visier Inc., women and men both struggle equally to get jobs in tech when they're over 40. According to the report, the average tech worker is 38 years old, compared to the average non-tech worker who is 43 years old and this is a result of systemic ageism in the tech hiring practices.

Plus, Atari’s next console is really expensive for what it is, Twitter doubles its character limit, and we go hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

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