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* Looking Glass starts shipping its 8K holographic display >>
* Why SpaceX, NASA Demo-2 mission is the most significant space launch in decades >>
* Acquired: SpaceX >>

* Podcast: Colt CEO Keri Gilder on new opportunities and global expansion >>
* a16z Podcast: New Fan Engagement Models for Athletes and Influencers >>
* Google is working on voice confirmation for purchases with Assistant >>

* Virgin Orbit’s LauncherOne Rocket Fails Minutes After Test Launch >>
* SpaceX signs testing agreement with US Army for use of Starlink network >>
* SpaceX, NASA and other space agencies could be charged a yearly-fee of up to $235,000 for every satellite they launch to try and clamp down on debris in orbit >>

* Why Big Tech is Still Growing >>
* NYSE’s Trading Floor Reopening, With Restrictions >>
* Slack Ceo Stewart Butterfield On Competing With Microsoft, The Future Of Work, And Managing All Those Notifications >>
* Equity Morning: Remote work startup fundings galore, plus a major court decision >>

* Stocks Jump on Signs of Economic Reopening >>
* Nokia plays catch-up in 400G Ethernet gear >>
* Operators hope for a VR catalyst to 5G >>
* Future of Customer Service: Omnichannel at the Edge >>

* TED2020: Let’s make the world wild again >>
* TED2020: A COVID-19 “exit” strategy to end lockdown and reopen the economy >>
* TED@UPS: Why the best hire might not have the perfect resume >>

* What does Apple want from a VR events company? >>
* 8th Wall brings augmented reality ‘face filters’ to the web with Face Effects >>
* Samsung boosts mobile device protection with new security chip >>

* Code in the browser with GitHub Classroom >>
* Back to school? 1 in 5 teachers are unlikely to return to reopened classrooms this fall >>
* Foresight is 2020. Let’s talk about the future of learning. >>
* Hyper-innovation: COVID-19 will forever change the way we teach kids >>

* Stages of a Human-in-the-Loop Machine Learning Application >>
* Database-as-a-Service: a Win for App Developers, but Not DBAs >>
* Amazon Web Services; 163 Service One liner explantions >>

* StrandHogg 2.0 vulnerability in Android lets hackers hijack apps to steal victims’ data >>
* New Android Flaw Affecting Over 1 Billion Phones Let Attackers Hijack Apps >>

* How Dynamite Shaped The World >>
* Spotify removes cap from users’ libraries, letting you save unlimited songs, albums and podcasts >>

* Huge spike in real estate enrolments as Covid-19 job seekers retrain >>
* The Incredible Story of the US Army’s Earth-Shaking, Off-Road Land Trains >>
* Why Trump Is Taking On the World Health Organization >>

* SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Code Defect AI >>
* Microsoft reveals Project Tye to make it easier to work with microservices >>
* Space Force review: Netflix sees the funny(ish) side of the moon >>

* Here’s what we have to do to show a coronavirus vaccine works >>
* Merck chief casts doubt on coronavirus vaccine timeframe >>
* When the C.E.O., Already Facing a Crisis, Gets the Coronavirus >>

* Funerals are expensive, broken and exploitative. They have to change >>
* From Amazon to Zuckerberg: 25 years of technology >>
* Virtual Conferences: Innovating the Conference Industry for the Future >>

* Why is Artificial Intelligence So Useless for Business? >>
* JSON Web Tokens; JWT.IO allows you to decode, verify and generate >>
* You can now play Microsoft’s new surf game inside the Edge browser >>

* SICK DAYS: Instacart promises a safer way to shop, but workers tell a different story >>
* Automated Acceptance Testing With Robot Framework >>
* Surfboard: Audio Feature Extraction for Modern Machine Learning >>

* The New Tenet Trailer Dropped in Fortnite >>
* Facebook Messenger Adds Safety Alerts—Even in Encrypted Chats >>
* Habits of High-Functioning Teams >>

* The deep ocean is warming slowly — but dramatic changes are ahead >>
* Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation invested in Apple, Amazon, and Google last quarter >>
* Trump’s New Intelligence Chief Spells Trouble >>

* Don’t Be Fooled by Covid-19 Contact-Tracing Scams >>
* 4 Non-Obvious Trends That Matter During This Pandemic >>
* This Is Not the Hunger Games’: National Testing Strategy Draws Concerns >>
* Covid-19 Makes the Case for More Meatpacking Robots >>
* Covid-19 surge takes Argentina past 10,000-infection barrier >>

* The Coast of Antarctica is Starting to Turn Green >>
* Extra Crunch Live: Join Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg for a live Q&A right now >>
* Dilbert: Tuesday May 26, 2020Begging The Universe For Trouble >>

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