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Verge 02/20/2020 18:04
Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images. As platforms prepare for the upcoming 2020 election season, Twitter and Facebook are divided on whether a video posted by the Mike Bloomberg presidential campaign would violate their policies on manipulated media. On Thursday, Bloomberg’s 2020 presidential campaign posted a video to Twitter that was edited to make it appear as though there was a long, embarrassing silence from Bloomberg’s Democratic opponents after he mentioned that he was the only candidate to have ever started a business during Wednesday night’s debate.
Verge 02/20/2020 17:49
Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images. Russia is already interfering in the 2020 campaign to help President Donald Trump toward reelection, according to a briefing given to the bipartisan House Intelligence Committee last week. The briefing, as reported in paired articles from and , suggests many of the same tactics used in 2016 could be employed in the months to come, including troll campaigns and targeted hacking attempts. The day after the briefing was given, President Trump abruptly replaced his acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, in what the Post describes as a direct response to the briefing. The Post is less clear on the contents of the briefing, but the Times reports from five different sources that the...
Verge 02/20/2020 16:29
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. A leaked Twitter demo showed that the platform is considering labeling tweets from politicians and other public figures if the tweets have lies or misinformation in them, . “Harmfully misleading” tweets would have red or orange labels applied, and include corrected information from fact-checkers, journalists, and other users in “one possible iteration” of a Wikipedia-like anti-misinformation effort Twitter plans to unveil March 5th, according to NBC News. The project is in the very early stages at Twitter, but a Twitter spokesperson says in an email to The Verge that the labeling system is a “design mockup for one option that would involve community feedback. Misinformation is a critical issue and we
Verge 02/20/2020 16:18
The new Windows 10 icons. Microsoft has started rolling out new colorful app icons in Windows 10 today that overhaul the look and feel of the operating system. Changes to many of the built-in , but more are coming in the months ahead. It’s part of what the company describes as a “multi-year effort across Microsoft’s design teams to redesign our icons.”Windows has always suffered from a variety of different icons that are sometimes decades old, and Microsoft originally embarked on an effort to try to simplify some of these in Windows 10 when it first debuted nearly five years ago. Microsoft picked monochrome icons that were simplified but were designed for colorful Live Tiles that never really caught on with app...
Verge 02/20/2020 15:53
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. Nearly five years ago, reporter Alison Parker was murdered live on television. That video was clipped, published, and seen all across the internet over the years, including thousands of times on YouTube alone. On Thursday, with the Federal Trade Commission against Google, YouTube’s owner, alleging that the company’s handling of the content deceives consumers. Since Alison’s death, conspiracy theorists have reposted the video across the platform, presenting outlandish theories that have garnered hundreds of views online. “These videos have been edited in numerous ways—in almost every case to increase their shock value,” Parker’s complaint says. “Moreover, the users who perpetuate this type of...
Verge 02/20/2020 15:29
Eli Roth. Director Eli Roth has signed onto a film adaptation of Gearbox’s Borderlands games, joining Chernobyl writer Craig Mazin and producers Avi and Ari Arad. Roth offered little detail about the project, which has been in the works since 2015. He celebrated the news by cropped onto one of Borderlands ’ shirtless and heavily muscled “psycho” bandits. In a press release , Roth said he looks forward to “bringing [his] own energy, ideas, and vision to the wild, fun, and endlessly creative world of the game.” Lionsgate Motion Picture Group president Nathan Kahane elaborated that “with Eli’s vision and Craig’s screenplay, we believe we have cracked the code on bringing the anarchic world of B...
Verge 02/20/2020 14:39
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge. Google has removed almost 600 “disruptive” Android apps from the Play Store and banned their developers in its latest effort to rein in mobile ad fraud, . Google’s does not allow ads that display when an app is not in use or that trick users to click on ads by mistake. The company says it defines disruptive ads as “ads that are displayed to users in unexpected ways, including impairing or interfering with the usability of device functions,” like a full-screen ad that pops up during a phone call or when using navigation apps, according to Per Bjorke, Google’s senior product manager for ad traffic quality who wrote the company blog post.
Verge 02/20/2020 13:34
Scientists at the Pasteur Institute in Dakar, Senegal, research the new coronavirus. | Photo by SEYLLOU/AFP via Getty Images. A handful of countries in Africa are at a high risk of importing the new coronavirus because of the volume of air traffic between those countries and China, . But some aren’t well-prepared to deal with infections if they arrive. Right now, Africa only has one confirmed case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, after a person in Egypt tested positive for the virus last week. But global public health experts have been concerned about the potential for a wider spread in African countries. “Our greatest concern is about the potential for spread in countries with weaker health systems,” Tedros Adhanom, d.
Verge 02/20/2020 13:25
The first season of focused on the idea of artificial intelligence and humans co-mingling in one epic theme park. The second season saw those same artificially intelligent beings lead a . Now, a new trailer for Westworld ’s third season, premiering on March 15th, pits AI against AI. In Westworld ’s third season, Dolores has escaped from the Delos-owned park she called home — or perhaps prison is the more correct word choice. She teams up with Aaron Paul’s character, who she tasks with taking down a mysterious person who took his future away. Maeve, who also escaped, is given a pretty hefty task of her own: kill Dolores. The trailer, which shows off much of the “New World” that the third...
Verge 02/20/2020 13:11
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge. The Peloton for iOS app now supports Chromecast so you can stream your workouts from a larger screen. Previously, this feature was only available to Android users while the Peloton bike was only able to cast classes to a supported device via Miracast, which meant that iOS users were left out of the functionality entirely. With the update, iOS users can now cast their classes to a screen that supports Chromecast or a TV with the Chromecast dongle plugged in. The move comes as Peloton, having gone public last year, said it would be working to make its classes more accessible from more devices and price points. A digital-only subscription to Peloton , allowing users to workout with their own home or
Verge 02/20/2020 13:09
Ryder Ripps. Grimes’ new album, Miss Anthropocene , comes out this week. I’m excited! As such, she’s put out a bunch of photos, a new music video, announced a baby with Elon Musk, and, generally, has gone on a media hype blitz. Of particular note to me, though, as a fan of glasses, is a photoshoot Grimes did with Ryder Ripps, an artist and Kanye West collaborator. In it, Grimes poses as her digital self, known as WarNymph, but also as her regular, human self. She’s wearing gold-plated glasses that have a distinct ‘90s feel. It’s very of the moment. I want a pair. Should I get a pair?
Verge 02/20/2020 13:00
Since its major update last year, Vizio’s SmartCast TV platform has included most of the major streaming services you might need, including Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and Vudu. But if you wanted to watch Disney+, you had to stream it from another device using Chromecast or AirPlay 2. Good news: Disney fans need cast no longer. Vizio has announced that it’s adding Disney+ to its smart TV platform. The update will come to all Vizio SmartCast TVs from 2016 and later. Note that you need to be in one of the countries where Disney+ is available — at the moment that’s the US, the Netherlands, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. “We are excited to bring Disney+ onto the SmartCast platform to give viewers access to even more content to enjoy,” said...
Verge 02/20/2020 12:56
Photo by Ethan Miller / Getty Images. The controversial sourcing of lithium-ion batteries briefly took center stage at the Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Wednesday night in a question directed at Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA). "The tension here in this state is between people who want renewable energy and people who want conservation on public lands," said moderator Jon Ralston.
Verge 02/20/2020 12:54
Hector Balderas, attorney general of New Mexico, is suing Google for violating children’s privacy through its free Chromebook for schools program. | Photo By Brent Lewis/The Denver Post via Getty Images. Google is facing a new lawsuit on Thursday, alleging the company violates the privacy of students who use free Chromebooks provided to schools through the company’s G Suite for Education platform. “Student safety should be the number one priority of any company providing services to our children, particularly in schools,” said Balderas. “Tracking student data without parental consent is not only illegal, it is dangerous; and my office will hold any company accountable who compromises the safety of New Mexican children.”It’s not Balderas’s f.
Verge 02/20/2020 12:51
HBO is one of YouTube TV’s most notable absences, but a new agreement between Google and WarnerMedia will bring the prestige network to Google’s streaming TV subscription service. Customers who use YouTube TV can get linear and on-demand access to HBO and Cinemax this spring as add-ons, WarnerMedia announced today.
Verge 02/20/2020 12:32
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge. Buzzy EV startup Rivian has lost its first chief technology officer just nine months after he . Mike Bell, a longtime Apple executive who helped start the iPhone project, left Rivian this month, the company confirmed to The Verge . Rivian hired Bell in June 2019, as The Verge . He previously spent five years as an executive at Intel, where he , and three years at Palm, where he helped bring the Pre into the world. He also worked at Motorola before . It’s unclear why Bell left Rivian after just nine months; he did not respond to a request for comment. He was of a documentary-style “behind the scenes”...
Verge 02/20/2020 12:16
Disney is going all-in on Baby Yoda merch. The line, inspired by the character (who is actually named “The Child,” but that’s not really meme-friendly) from , includes everything from plush toys and animatronic dolls to a Bluetooth speaker of Baby Yoda’s head. Do I love that the actual speaker looks like a trypophobia disaster? Not at all. Will I play some Mr. Worldwide out of this curious portable head? Absolutely. It’s called the “Bitty Boomer” (and unfortunately, my copy editor will not allow me to throw three sets of extra quotations on there to fully communicate my disdain). Turns out, . Few details are available, but it will be out this spring. There’s more merch for you to gaze upon on.
Verge 02/20/2020 12:15
Photo by Martin Garcia/ESPAT Media/Getty Images. Twitch isn’t the Wild West, but it is populated by a host of larger-than-life characters — none, of course, larger than the site’s original heel, Dr Disrespect. His backstory is shrouded in mystery: what, really, was the Blockbuster Video Game Championships, and how did he win two of them in the early ’90s? If you’ve ever wondered that, or anything else about him — I mean, what’s with the mustache, and why does he continually refer to it as a poisonous Ethiopian caterpillar? — you’re in luck. The Doc sold a memoir to Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, titled Violence. Speed. Momentum . It’s slated for the spring of 2021 and promises at least a few answers. And yes, it will be writt.

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