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Igor Bonifacic

Meta reportedly bans employees from discussing abortion on internal channels

Meta told employees not to discuss the Supreme Court’s recent decision to according . Pointing to a May 12 memo he shared after a Friday draft decision was , the company deleted messages on its internal communication tools mentioning the subject. In the document, the social media giant reportedly said it would “not allow open …

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Igor Bonifacic

FromSoftware’s next game is “in the final stages” of development

FromSoftware fans might not have to wait years for their chance to play the company’s next game. In a recent Japanese language translated by , From Hidetaka director and president Miyazaki says his studio’s next game is in the “final stages” of development. Miyazaki shared the treat in response to a question about a previous …

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Igor Bonifacic

Google tells workers they can move ‘without cause’ following Supreme Court ruling

Google will allow employees to move between states in response to the Supreme Court’s decision to . In an email obtained by , the company’s human resources director, Fiona Cicconi, said workers could “request relocation without justification” and that those handling requests would be “aware of the situation”. We reached out to Google to find …

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Mariella Moon

Juul can temporarily continue to sell its vaping products in the United States

Juul was successful in convincing the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to delay the Food and Drug Administration’s banning of its products. The agency recently banned Juul from selling and distributing its e-cigarette pens and pods in the United States after an extensive two-year review. He ordered the company to …

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Amrita Khalid

Court approves lawsuit of woman who says she helped create Pinterest

Pinterest is now facing a lawsuit from a former friend of one of its founders who claims she helped create the platform. Bloomberg reported that Alameda County Superior Court Judge Richard Seabolt on Thursday denied the company’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit. Christine Martinez, the plaintiff, claims co-founder Ben Silbermann asked her to help relaunch …

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Jon Fingas

Paralyzed racing driver completes Goodwood climb using head movement to steer

Former Indy Racing League contender Sam Schmidt continues to innovate accessible riding technology. The Arrow McLaren SP team co-owner completed the iconic climb at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed ​​using head movements and his breath to steer – the first time anyone has demonstrated the functionality during the British event. Schmidt drove a McLaren …

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Karissa Bell

Period-tracking app Flo is developing an ‘anonymous mode’ following Supreme Court ruling

Flo, one of the most widely used period tracking apps, announces plans to launch a new in an effort to resolve privacy concerns following the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade. “We will soon be launching an ‘anonymous mode’ that removes your personal identity from your Flo account, so no one can identify …

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Kris Holt

Victims of the ‘Axie Infinity’ hack will only get back about a third of what they lost

Sky Mavis, the blockchain game developer Axie Infinity, says it will start reimbursing victims of a $617 million hack that took place earlier this year. The attackers took $25.5 million in USDC (a stablecoin pegged to the value of the US dollar) and 173,600 ether, which was worth around $591.2 million at the time. The …

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