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These apps allow workers to get paid between paychecks. Experts say there are steep costs

More people are using so-called Earned Wage Access apps to get money to pay bills and buy groceries in between paydays Read More

 

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Google fires more workers who protested its deal with Israel

An activist group says Google fired at least 20 more workers in the aftermath of protests over technology the company is supplying the Israeli government amid the Gaza war More »

 

The world's largest 3D printer is at a university in Maine. It just unveiled an even bigger one

The university that boasts the world’s largest 3D printer developed one even bigger More »

 

Cyberattacks are on the rise, and that includes small businesses. Here's what to know

Cyberattacks on businesses are rising, including small businesses More »

 

Phish fans are famously dedicated. What happens when they enter the Sphere?

The 20,000 fans walking toward the glowing Sphere in Las Vegas last week were there for a band that many visiting the Strip have no idea exists More »

 

Report urges fixes to online child exploitation CyberTipline before AI makes it worse

A tipline set up 26 years ago to combat online child exploitation is “enormously valuable” but hasn't lived up to its potential More »

 

Trump called this visa 'very bad' for Americans. Truth Social applied for one

The social media company founded by former President Donald Trump applied for a business visa program that he sought to restrict More »

 

US advances review of Nevada lithium mine amid concerns over endangered wildflower

The Biden administration has taken a significant step in its expedited environmental review of what could become the third lithium mine in the U.S. That's assuming it can withstand anticipated legal challenges from conservationists who fear it will lead to the extinction of an endangered Nevada wildflower near the California line More »

 

Spain reopens a probe into a Pegasus spyware case after a French request to work together

A Spanish judge has reopened a probe into the suspected spying on the cellphone of Spain’s prime minister after receiving a request to collaborate with a similar investigation in France More »

 

Insider Q&A: Trust and safety exec talks about AI and content moderation

Alex Popken was a trust and safety executive at Twitter, leaving in 2023 after a decade at the social media company focusing on content moderation More »

 

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