Apple reportedly hasn’t complied with a Dutch order to open app payment options

Back in January, the Netherlands Apple to allow locally available dating apps to use third-party systems to collect payments. The company had until January 15th to comply with the ruling…

Diana the Musical scoops nine Razzie Awards as worst Hollywood films of the year are named | Ents & Arts News

A musical film based on the life of Princess Diana has was won the most amount of prizes at the 42nd Golden Raspberry Awards. The annual ceremony, known as the…

FDA could authorize a second Covid booster shot next week

The Food and Drug Administration could authorize a second Covid-19 vaccine booster early next week, according to two people with knowledge of the plan. The move comes amid early signs that the U.S. could soon…

Uber secures 30-month London taxi license

Following a years-long dispute with the city’s transit regulator, Uber has earned a 30-month license to continue operating in London, Transport for London (TfL) said on Saturday. “Uber has been…

Apple’s latest AirPods are on sale for $150 right now

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Recommended Reading: Telegram is playing with fire

Casey Newton, Platformer Telegram was almost banned in Brazil because it missed some emails from the local authorities. In his newsletter, Newton explains why this is the latest in a…

Gene losses allow vampire bats to live solely on a diet of blood

While bats have been closely associated with vampires for centuries, there are actually only three species of bats that drink blood. Most of them eat fruits, insects, nectar and small…

FAA extends environmental review of SpaceX Boca Chica launch site (again)

SpaceX has to wait even longer to find out if it can launch Starship flights out of its Boca Chica facility in Texas. The US Federal Aviation Administration has delayed…

Go read former Tesla employees’ experiences with racism in their own words

The Los Angeles Times has a great piece that interviews three former Tesla employees about their experiences with racism, discrimination, and retaliation at the company, which is well worth a…

California State University Drops SAT Test as ‘Too Stressful’

Commentary Chalk another one up for progressives never letting a good crisis go to waste. They have been using the COVID-19 crisis to implement a host of progressive dream programs,…