Last Thurday, Tesla’s plant in Fremont, California—where all the company’s cars are manufactured—was thrown a curveball. Jose Moran, a worker trying to rally the plant’s 6,000+ employees to join the United Auto Workers union (UAW), alleged long hours, low pay, and potentially unsafe equipment in a post. Now Tesla CEO Elon Musk has told Gizmodo he intends to look into the situation.
A report this week put Sprint's network firmly in last place among national carriers. Coverage and speed -- the only two things that really matter for a network's performance -- are awful compared to T-Mobile, Verizon and AT&T.
Carriers are starting to look more like cloud companies, turning to standard hardware, virtualization and machine learning for rapid development of new services. AT&T helped drive that trend on Wednesday by releasing ECOMP, the operating system of its software-defined network, as open source.
Sailfish, those speedy giant fish you usually see pinned to the wall at your favorite seafood shack, are the most badass fish in the ocean. Not only are they the fastest fish, but they’ve also evolved to be such unpredictable killers that schools of their prey don’t stand a chance.
Last night, 96 companies filed legal documents that object to President Trump’s Muslim ban. But they’re not just doing it because it’s the right thing to do. The filing makes it clear that Trump is disrupting business.
This week’s Apple Loop includes wireless charging on the iPhone 8, a familiar OLED screen, Apple putting Intel on notice, Surface Pro 4 vs iPad Pro, iOS 10.2.1 problems, Apple's quarterly results, a ban on the Touch Bar, and some help for Superbowl 51.
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