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Silicon Valley job perks are mythic. Self-replenishing snacks. Unlimited vacation. A pile of stock options. But as much as these professional entrapments might seem like dotcom-era phenomena, the practice of sweetening the deal for tech employees dates back to the ’70s as a way to ward off labor unions. Happy workers, explains Stanford historian Leslie …

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A brand reaches its apotheosis when it slips into the vernacular as a generic noun—Band-Aid, Kleenex, even Dumpster. Anyone else’s dad still say “Dempster Dumpster,” for the brothers who patented it in 1939, and alas, aren’t around now to copyright Dempster Dumpster Fire? To become a verb is even less common. “To Hoover” for “to …

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The world’s most valuable company crammed a lot into the tablespoon-sized volume of an Apple Watch. There’s GPS, a heart-rate sensor, cellular connectivity, and computing resources that not long ago would have filled a desk-dwelling beige box. The wonder gadget doesn’t have a sphygmomanometer for measuring blood pressure or polysomnographic equipment found in a sleep …

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MakeSpace, a well-funded startup that emerged from the recent explosion of on-demand services companies, has replaced its CEO, the company confirmed to WIRED. Co-founder Sam Rosen has stepped down and co-founder and COO Rahul Gandhi will become CEO. The company says the departure, which has been in the works for the last month, was “completely …

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Deutsche Telekom executive Axel Clauberg says his employer and other telecom companies are eager to tap artificial-intelligence techniques that are revolutionizing other industries. There’s only one problem: The telcos can’t hire AI experts. “It’s not as easy as it sounds for telcos to attract top talent,” Clauberg says. “That was different in the ’80s and …

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Next month in San Francisco, Uber will stand trial in federal court for allegedly cheating in the race to commercialize self-driving cars. Google parent Alphabet accuses Uber of stealing designs for sensors called lidars that give a vehicle a 3-D view of its surroundings, an “unjust enrichment” it says will take $1.8 billion to heal. …

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You may have just launched a business in Seattle and realized obtaining the word out about your company is harder than you imagined. Your Seattle-based business may be years old, but nonetheless ranks badly in Google, Bing or Yahoo. In any case, your time and efforts with SEO Seattle may need to become revamped and …

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You’ve probably never heard of the late Jim Weirich or his software. But you’ve almost certainly used apps built on his work. Weirich helped create several key tools for Ruby, the popular programming language used to write the code for sites like Hulu, Kickstarter, Twitter, and countless others. His code was open source, meaning that …

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The bipartisan backlash against Silicon Valley is affecting legislation. Under pressure from lawmakers, a trade group representing major tech companies has reversed its position and agreed to support a bill aimed at curbing online sex trafficking. Google and others initially fought the bill because it proposed changes to a landmark law that shields internet companies …

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Sooner or later, the US will face mounting job losses due to advances in automation, artificial intelligence, and robotics. Automation has emerged as a bigger threat to American jobs than globalization or immigration combined. A 2015 report from Ball State University attributed 87 percent of recent manufacturing job losses to automation. Soon enough, the number …

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