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Month January 2024

Why Everyone Is Suddenly Talking About the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

It’s tax season, which means posts like this one are making the rounds across social media, attempting to help upset taxpayers make sense of why they’ve suddenly found they owe the government money this year. Perhaps you are one of… Continue Reading →

Ford Is Giving Away Free Tesla Charger Converters That Will Unlock a New World of EV Power

Mustang Mach-E and F-150 Lightning pickup owners can now reserve complimentary adapters—but the real win is access to one of the largest and most developed charging networks in the world. Link to original post from Teknoids NewsRead the original… Continue Reading →

Andretti’s GM-backed entry wanted to enter F1 in 2025, but F1 says no

Enlarge / Michael Andretti wants to take his racing empire to Formula 1, but he’s facing resistance. (credit: Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images) The Formula 1 grid will stay at just 20 cars for the next few years. Earlier today, F1 revealed… Continue Reading →

Peppermint: Open Source Helpdesk Solution

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23andMe’s Fall From $6 Billion To Nearly $0

The once-hot DNA-testing company is struggling to profit. From a report: Five years ago, 23andMe was one of the hottest startups in the world. Millions of people were spitting into its test tubes to learn about their ancestry. Oprah had… Continue Reading →

Ars Technica used in malware campaign with never-before-seen obfuscation

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) Ars Technica was recently used to serve second-stage malware in a campaign that used a never-before-seen attack chain to cleverly cover its tracks, researchers from security firm Mandiant reported Tuesday. A benign image of a pizza… Continue Reading →

What if Christensen was wrong about disruption?

If you build a truly great product, people will happily pay for it. Just check out how well Apple and Tesla have done. © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Link to original post from Teknoids… Continue Reading →

Studio’s new online school for musicians uses AI to create custom curriculums

Masterclass rival Studio launched today its first AI-powered online school for musicians, songwriters and producers to learn from top artists in the industry, create new songs, get feedback from like-minded peers and access Studio’s AI coach that keeps them on… Continue Reading →

Andretti still working towards 2025 F1 debut as tunnel model revealed

Andretti’s bid was given the green light by the FIA on 2 October, but it has still not gone through the second stage of being approved by the F1 organisation and its CEO Stefano Domenicali.The team has been active in… Continue Reading →

Hobbes OS/2 Archive is shutting down

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