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Under the hood, the Moto G8 Power Lite has a MediaTek Helio P35 SoC, paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard memory. Storage can be further expanded up to 256GB using a microSD card. The G8 Power Lite packs a beefy 5,000 mAh battery but only supports 10W charging. … [Read more...] about Motorola G8 Power Lite with 5,000 mAh battery goes out-of-stock within 20 seconds during first sale
The challenge for the athletes, aside from bragging rights, is to collectively hit an ambitious combined energy output of 3,000 (a Peloton metric calculated by speed and resistance). If they do, Peloton will donate one million meals to the Food Bank of New York City. … [Read more...] about Peloton goes from marketing punchline to ESPN programming with new ‘All-Stars Ride’
Other platforms may be less proactive. After the 2016 election and a bruising Congressional inquiry into Facebook’s ability to control its social network, the site amassed a team of fact-checkers to flag false information (though not to take it down). Political ads, however, have an exemption when it comes to fact-checking. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sees policing political information as fundamentally different from health content. In a conversation with journalists in March, he explained his perspective on this issue: “There are broadly trusted authorities . . . [that] can arbitrate which claims are conspiracy theories or hoaxes and what’s trustworthy and what’s not, which makes this a very different dynamic than trying to be referee of political speech.” He reiterated that sentiment this week when he told Fox News that he didn’t think tech platforms should be “arbiters of truth,” an apparent dig at Twitter’s decision to flag … [Read more...] about As health misinformation and politics collide, social networks face a choice
Jot’s timing is impeccable. The startup burst onto the scene with its Ultra Coffee concentrate at the exact moment that coffee-shop denizens found themselves shut out of their favorite spots. Gone are the daily treats of oat milk lattes, cold brews, and café Americanos. In its place are mornings spent in our own kitchens, spilling AeroPress grinds everywhere or standing watch over our Bialetti Moka pots, wondering if we should just bite the bullet and spend some savings on an extra-sexy espresso machine. Just me? Okay. … [Read more...] about Can Jot’s coffee concentrate make you forget about that $5 latte? Here’s what our editors say