TNL - July 10

Microsoft lays off employees in new round of cuts – GeekWire

John Deere announces mass layoffs in Midwest amid production shift to Mexico | Fox Business

Unionized workers at Samsung Electronics say to stage full-scale strike | Yonhap News Agency

Artificial intelligence: Nearly half of firms using AI say goal is to cut staffing costs”

Patagonia gave 90 staff a choice — relocate across the US or leave the company. They’ve got 3 days to decide.

ImpACT International | Amazon Warehouses: Corporate Giant accused of labour law violations

New technology enables GPUs to use PCIe-attached memory for expanded capacity | TechSpot

Japan achieves staggering 402 Tb/s data rate with commercial optical fiber — record-breaking performance tapped into unused wavelength bands | Tom’s Hardware

The Vision Pro will get Apple Intelligence and ‘Go Deeper’ in-store demos - The Verge

Smart highway pilot construction completed in Michigan

Microsoft has gone too far: including a Game Pass ad in the Settings app ushers in a whole new age of ridiculous over-advertising | TechRadar

Microsoft’s Weather app now shows more ads - gHacks Tech News

New Windows 11 Start menu annoyingly hides oft-used actions | PCWorld

Epic Games says Apple stalling launch of its game store in Europe | Reuters

Cloudflare rolls out feature for blocking AI companies’ web scrapers - SiliconANGLE

Netflix is starting to phase out its cheapest ad-free plan - The Verge

‘Roaring Kitty’ lawsuit over GameStop is withdrawn for now | Reuters

Bleeding subscribers, cable companies force their way into streaming | Ars Technica

Proton Docs is a privacy-focused answer to Google Docs and Microsoft Word - The Verge

Etsy sex toy ban sparks seller outrage

Over 14M servers may be vulnerable to OpenSSH’s regreSSHion RCE flaw. Here’s what you need to do | ZDNET

CocoaPods Vulnerabilities Could Affect Apple, Facebook, TikTok

Lawsuit Claims Microsoft Tracked Sex Toy Shoppers With ‘Recording in Real Time’ Software

People in San Francisco Are Mad That a New App Lets You Spy on Bars to See How Busy They Are

Prudential Financial now says 2.5 million impacted by data breach

A Hacker Stole OpenAI Secrets, Raising Fears That China Could, Too - The New York Times

“Everything’s frozen”: Ransomware locks credit union users out of bank accounts | Ars Technica

Twilio says hackers identified cell phone numbers of two-factor app Authy users | TechCrunch

Synapse: Americans caught in fintech’s false FDIC promise

Microsoft tells more customers their emails have been stolen • The Register

Ticketmaster Breach: ShinyHunters Leak 440,000 Taylor Swift Eras Tour Tickets

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