"Instacart Workers Are Calling for a National Boycott of the Grocery Delivery App: 'I don't believe there's another gig economy company with workers who are more pissed.'" ["Many of the app's 130,000 workers claim to have seen their pay drop by more than 50 percent in 2019 alone, as the company has sought to lower costs and appease its investors."] Vice 1:07 PM
"Amazon's Bezos to Face Unprecedented Protests During India Trip" Bloomberg 10:47 AM
"Google's pitch to retailers: We'll help you, from search to supply chain" ZDNet 4:43 PM
"Google parent company Alphabet on verge of trillion-dollar valuation" Telegraph 2:11 PM
"Google Cloud launches new solutions for retailers" TechCrunch 10:33 AM
"Cookie consent: Most websites break law by making it hard to 'reject all' tracking/A new study shows hardly any website cookie consent forms comply with Europe's GDPR rules." ZDNet 9:22 AM
"Facebook and eBay Combat Fake Reviews on Platforms in UK" Market Realist 8:08 AM
"TSMC Hires Ex-Intel Lobbyist to Deal With U.S.-China Tensions" Bloomberg 8:00 AM
"Leaked images suggest Samsung's next flagship phone will be the Galaxy S20 with 4 cameras and no Bixby button" Business Insider 7:51 AM
"2019's Top 'Free' Games Each Made $1.5 Billion-Plus" PC Magazine 7:11 AM
"Call to introduce common charger for all mobile phones: To reduce electronic waste and make consumers' life easier, MEPs want binding measures for chargers to fit all mobile phones and other portable devices." European Parliament 10:11 AM
"Congress comes together to save local news: In a symbolic move, Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) last week signed on to be a co-sponsor to a bill that would allow newspapers to collectively negotiate with tech giants like Google and Facebook." Axios 7:59 AM
"India orders investigation into alleged anti-competitive practices by Amazon and Walmart's Flipkart" TechCrunch 7:54 AM
"Dell Precision 7740 review: A weighty 17-inch mobile workstation that packs a punch" ZDNet 8:25 AM
"HP Omen Outpost review: A pricey yet smart mousepad for gaming/When you don't mind spending too much for a mouse surface." Windows Central 8:22 AM
"LG TONE Free HBS-FL7 hands-on: Fully wireless earbuds with UV LED bacteria deterrent and Google Assistant" ZDNet 8:11 AM
"Linus Torvalds says 'Don't use ZFS'—but doesn't seem to understand it: Linus should avoid authoritative statements about projects he's unfamiliar with." Ars Technica 8:08 AM
"HP Spectre x360 13 review: A high-end two-in-one that's hard to beat/There wasn't a lot to fix, so HP added a few features to make this convertible even better." Ars Technica 8:08 AM
"I canceled Spotify and used YouTube Music for a month — here's why I'm not going back: It's not perfect, but YouTube Music is good enough that I can't justify spending money for both services." Android Central 8:03 AM
"Please, Android phone makers, just give us better cameras, not more dumb gimmicks: OnePlus's 'invisible camera' is the height of Why, but it's not the only culprit." PCWorld 7:50 AM
"Four technologies that have got the biggest potential to change your healthcare for the better" ZDNet 7:10 AM
"Dow lags as S&P 500, Nasdaq clinch record finish: Investors await U.S.-China trade-deal signing, earnings season kickoff" MarketWatch 4:34 PM
"S&P 500 and Nasdaq Close at Record Highs as Wall Street Awaits Signing of U.S.-China Trade Pact: The phase one trade agreement between the U.S. and China is expected to be signed Wednesday." TheStreet 4:34 PM
"Privacy worries cited as possible reason for DNA test firm 23andMe's sales downturn"
"In 2020, we will buy more devices, but PCs won't be on our wish list"
"Police are about to deploy 'privacy destroying' facial recognition cameras across London"
"This simple malware still plagues one in 10 Mac users"
"The Doomsday Clock just moved closer to midnight again. Tech is getting some of the blame."
"How IoT betrays us: Today, Sonos speakers. Tomorrow, Alexa and electric cars?"
"Cloud arms race buys Intel time, massive profits, but indigestion likely"
"Apple: 'Here's why ditching iPhone Lightning port for a standard charger is a bad idea'"
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