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Today β€” July 17th 2019NYT Technology

Amazon Faces E.U. Inquiry Over Data From Independent Sellers

By Kevin Granville

European regulators have opened a formal inquiry into the data that Amazon collects from third-party sellers on its website.

Despite High Hopes, Self-Driving Cars Are β€˜Way in the Future’

By Neal E. Boudette

Ford and other companies say the industry overestimated the arrival of autonomous vehicles, which still struggle to anticipate what other drivers and pedestrians will do.

Google Glass May Have an Afterlife as a Device to Teach Autistic Children

By Cade Metz

Privacy concerns caused the computerized eyewear to fail with the general public. But researchers believe it could help autistic children learn to recognize emotion and make eye contact.

One Small Step for Experimental Space Gear. Many Giant Leaps of Imagination.

By Dennis Overbye

A gallery of scenes from when the space age was young and extraterrestrial travel looked fun.

Elon Musk’s Neuralink Takes Baby Steps to Wiring Brains to the Internet

By John Markoff

A San Francisco company financed by Mr. Musk, Neuralink says it has created a device that could one day wire data links directly to the brain.

Yesterday β€” July 16th 2019NYT Technology

Broadcom’s Bid for Symantec Is Said to Have Stalled

By Michael J. de la Merced

The discussions were halted after Broadcom dropped its takeover price for the security software company during due diligence, said people briefed on the matter.

Before yesterdayNYT Technology

A Feisty Google Adversary Tests How Much People Care About Privacy

By Nathaniel Popper

DuckDuckGo is trying to attract users with a privacy-focused search engine. But taking on an internet giant isn’t easy.

Storm Area 51? It’s a Joke, but the Air Force Is Concerned

By Jacey Fortin

A Facebook event invited U.F.O. enthusiasts to swarm the secretive Nevada base on Sept. 20. The Air Force warned that would be dangerous.

Britain’s Β£50 Note Will Honor Computing Pioneer Alan Turing

By Amie Tsang

During his lifetime, the mathematician and computer pioneer’s reputation was overshadowed by a conviction under Britain’s Victorian laws against homosexuality, and his war work remained a secret until decades later.

Amazon Prime Day Brings Sales, and Risks, for Retailers

By David Yaffe-Bellany

The emergence of a major discount shopping season in the middle of the summer may cost retailers scrambling to keep up with Amazon.

β€˜The Town Hall of Hollywood.’ Welcome to the Netflix Lobby.

By Brooks Barnes

Every day an entertainment’s who’s who passes through the 4,780-square-foot “creative gateway” — complete with 80-foot video screen — hoping for a piece of the billions Netflix is spending on content.

Fighting Big Tech Makes for Some Uncomfortable Bedfellows

By Nellie Bowles

Conservatives are showing up at largely liberal conferences to call for breaking up Facebook and Google. Liberals are going on conservative TV shows to do the same. It’s awkward.

India’s Chandrayaan-2 Moon Launch Is Delayed

By Kenneth Chang

The country’s hopes to become the fourth to land on the moon were put on hold Monday.

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