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This Week in Tech: Internet Trends Edition

This week was a scorcher in San Francisco … waiting for Karl to bring back normal temperatures for the weekend. In the meantime, these are some of the hot stories that our B2B tech teams have been talking about: The Meeker Report At the Code conference this week, venture capitalist Mary Meeker issued the 2019…

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This Week In Tech: Skeptic Edition

Compiled while watching our Golden State Warriors take on the Toronto Raptors (no competition with our National Toronto office). These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been talking about: Secret Life of Phones The WSJ’s Geoffrey Fowler discovered that his iPhone has an active nightlife. With help from privacy firm…

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This Week in Tech: Law & Order Edition

While the SHIFT San Francisco office wasn’t obsessing over the penultimate Game of Thrones episode or bemoaning this week’s atmospheric river-fueled rainstorms, we got swept up in the news of the week. These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been talking about: California Privacy Law With GDPR still fresh in…

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This Week in Tech: Facebook’s cofounder calls for a break up

This Week in Tech: Facebook’s cofounder calls for a break up

It was an interesting week for tech news – Facebook’s CEO was blasted by an old friend in The New York Times while the folks at Google put on their biggest conference of the year. In case you missed anything, here’s a breakdown of the stories that our B2B tech teams were paying attention to:…

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This Week In Tech: Security & Privacy Edition

It’s a busy season for the tech industry’s big names … privacy and security were front and center at Facebook’s F8 developer conference and Google is giving users more control over the data it retains. These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week: Developers Get Preview…

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This Week In Tech Facebook Prepares to Pay for Privacy Missteps

This Week in Tech: Facebook prepares to pay for privacy missteps

Welcome back to SHIFT’s weekly roundup of the most notable news in the world of technology. Not the busiest week for tech news, although there were still some interesting stories to keep an eye on. Here’s the run down:   Facebook ready to pay major fine The social media giant has set aside $3 billion…

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This Week in Tech the Chips Fall

This Week in Tech: The Chips Fall, and Rebuilding Notre-Dame

It looks like Spring has finally sprung here at SHIFT SF – just in time for the weekend! These are some of the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week: Apple, Qualcomm Settle   In tech legal news, Apple and chipmaker Qualcomm reached a settlement in their two-year legal battle…

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This Week in Tech: Cloud, Privacy & Uber Make Waves

Hello from SHIFT Boston, bringing you this week’s roundup of the most notable news from the technology world. These are the stories that have caught our B2B tech PR team’s eye: UBER MAKES ITS IPO The much talked about Uber IPO filing finally landed Thursday after markets closed. Uber Technologies filed its IPO prospectus, reporting…

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This Week in Tech: Apple Wants to Be Your Privacy Champion

Hello and welcome back to SHIFT’s weekly roundup of the most notable news in the world of technology. These are the stories that our B2B tech teams have been monitoring throughout the week:   Show Time for Apple Apple held a big event on Monday where Tim Cook unveiled (kind of?) a whole lot of…

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This Week in Tech-From Facebook to facial recognition -min

This Week in Tech: From Facebook to facial recognition

Happy Friday … We’ve successfully made to the end of week 12 of 2019. Here’s what grabbed our attention over the past seven days in B2B tech: In Plain Sight In security news, Facebook acknowledged it had stored millions of user passwords in a plain text file, affecting logins for Facebook, Facebook Lite and Instagram.…

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