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David Ingram

David Ingram covers tech for NBC News.

David Ingram covers tech for NBC News.

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3d ago

Crypto's hiring spree goes in reverse as prices continue to decline

Layoffs announced last week at cryptocurrency startups may be just the beginning of a reckoning at crypto startups, some analysts said, as the still-young
6d ago

State by state, some patients are losing telehealth access to doctors

Many states are making it difficult for people to have virtual visits with doctors in other states, partly reversing the explosion in telehealth that occurred

Yubo app changes safety features after users say Uvalde shooter posted disturbing content

The social media app Yubo announced that it has made a number of safety changes to its platform after reports emerged that the Uvalde, Texas, school shooter

The maker of Taser stun guns wants to put them on drones to stop school shootings

The company behind the Taser brand of stun guns said Thursday that it plans to put its weapons on drones and sell the devices as a way to stop shootings in Amer

Yubo, said to be used by Texas gunman, hosts a freewheeling culture for teens

Last week’s mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, has thrown a spotlight on a little-known social media app called Yubo that has a small but

Sheryl Sandberg to leave Facebook parent company this fall

Sheryl Sandberg, the COO of Facebook parent company Meta, is stepping down.

Sheryl Sandberg to leave Facebook parent company this fall

Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook parent company Meta who helped transform it from an upstart social network into a tech behemoth and
25d ago

Canadian prime minister proposes ‘national freeze’ on handgun sales

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Monday that he was introducing legislation to impose a “national freeze” on handgun sales, responding to an

NRA board re-elects CEO Wayne LaPierre, signaling no change in direction

The National Rifle Association’s board of directors voted Monday to re-elect longtime CEO Wayne LaPierre, signaling that the gun rights group isn’t changing.
35d ago

Musk misconduct allegation won’t stop Twitter deal, experts say

A report that tech billionaire Elon Musk paid a private settlement following claims of sexual misconduct from a flight attendant who worked on a private jet in
37d ago

Facebook checks for $397 hit Illinois bank accounts

Payments from the social network are part of a settlement over the company's facial recognition technology, the most visible digital privacy enforcement yet.