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United States
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English
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Ivan Castilho de Almeida
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Weekly

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part of wright brothers’ 1st airplane on nasa’s mars chopper

A piece of the Wright brothers’ first airplane is on Mars. NASA’s experimental Martian helicopter holds a small swatch of fabric from the 1903 Wright Flyer, the space agency revealed this week. The helicopter, named Ingenuity, hitched a ride to the red planet with the Perseverance rover, arriving last month. Ingenuity will attempt the first powered, controlled flight on another planet no sooner than April 8. It will mark a “Wright brothers’ moment,” noted Bobby Braun, director for planetary science at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The Carillon Historical Park in Dayton, Ohio, the Wrights’ hometown, donated the postage-size piece of muslin from the plane’s bottom left wing, at NASA’s request. The swatch made the 300 million-mile journey to Mars with the blessing of the Wright brothers’ great-grandniece and great-grandnephew, said park curator Steve Lucht. “Wilbur…

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facebook working on instagram for kids under 13

Facebook says it is working on a version of its Instagram app for kids under 13, who are technically not allowed to use the app in its current form due to federal privacy regulations. The company confirmed an earlier report by Buzzfeed News, saying it is “exploring a parent-controlled experience” on Instagram. The move came after Facebook announced a slew of new measures intended to keep teenagers safe on Instagram — but that announcement made no mention of the plan to build an Instagram for kids. Critics raised concerns immediately, saying a kid-friendly Instagram is just a way for Facebook to expand its user base and condition children into using its products so it can later make money off of them. “Facebook poses one of the biggest threats when it comes to children’s…

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bill to aid us publishers vs. google, facebook rises again

A congressional effort to bolster U.S. news organizations in negotiations with Big Tech has supporters hoping that third time’s the charm. The bill, the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act, was introduced in March for the third time since 2018. Its odds of passage may have improved in a Democrat-run Congress that’s working on overhauling antitrust laws. Australia and other countries have started pushing mechanisms to support news publishers against Facebook and Google, which dominate online advertising. Publishers argue that Big Tech squeezes news organizations out of digital ad revenue and exerts undue control over who can see their journalism. The bill would offer a four-year antitrust exemption to publishers so they can negotiate as a group with “dominant online platforms.” Facebook and Google get the majority of online ad dollars in the U.S.…

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stock trading app company robinhood files plan to go public

Stock trading app company Robinhood said this week that it has submitted a confidential plan to go public later this year. The company based in Menlo Park, California, filed the paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission while at the center of a battle between online activist retail investors and institutional investors over companies such as GameStop and AMC Entertainment. Robinhood had to restrict trading of those companies earlier in the year, and has been subject to congressional investigations. Robinhood did not disclose the size of its initial public offering, or where it plans to trade its stock. CNBC reported earlier this year that the company was planning on listing on Nasdaq and that Goldman Sachs is the lead investment bank advising it on its plan to go public. Robinhood found success —…

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intel announces arizona expansion as chipmaker seeks footing

Intel announced this week it will build two new factories in Arizona and outsource more of its production as a new CEO looks to turnaround the struggling chipmaker. The California-based company says the Arizona expansion will cost about $20 billion and create 3,000 permanent jobs as Intel builds a foundry business to provide chips for other firms. More construction in the United States, Europe and elsewhere could be announced over the next year, CEO Pat Gelsinger said in a video outlining his vision for the company’s transformation. “The unprecedented demand for technology has created even more need for the innovative products Intel creates,”Keyvan Esfarjani, Intel’s senior vice president of manufacturing and operations, told reporters outside the company’s plant in Chandler, Arizona. Intel dominated chipmaking for decades but has stumbled lately with delays…

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chips away: semiconductor shortage wreaking havoc in tech

As Samsung Electronics warns that it’s grappling with the fallout of a “serious imbalance” in semiconductors, the technology world could be about to enter its own ‘lockdown’. From the PlayStation 5 to the new Tesla Model S, virtually every device maker could be forced to temporarily halt production, caught off guard and causing delays to 2021 product pipelines. THE GREAT 2021 CHIP SHORTAGE Though Samsung might be one of the world’s largest makers of chips and consumer electronics, the company was the latest to voice concerns in its latest business quarter update, where co-Chief Executive Officer Koh Dong-jin revealed that the company was even contemplating skipping the release of its Samsung Galaxy Note to streamline its lineup. Some of the biggest players in semiconductors, including Continental AG and Renesas Electronics Corp, have…