By ZDNet Editors
for Between the Lines
| September 2, 2004 -- 15:05 GMT (08:05 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
Fake news hamstrings stock-trading algorithms, destabilizes markets
Legal battle surrounding Huawei heiress continues in Canada
The cybercrime groups that are out to get you
Google's innovation problem: It's all about marketing (or the lack thereof)
Sick and disgusted: The worst tech failures of 2018
Google CEO Sundar Pichai: 'Our mission is to protect your privacy'
Google CEO Sundar Pichai today faces questions from Congress about privacy and political bias on its platforms.
Half of the Tor Project's funding now comes from the private sector
Tor Project reports $4.2 million income in 2017, of which only 51 percent came from government funds.
Google's massive expansion plan: Its own village with up to 8,000 homes
Google reveals plans for a huge development in Mountain View, California, to bring its employees closer to work.
Why working with Intel is helping Delair's drones fly into new markets
French company Delair is shifting deeper into managing drones and the data they produce.
Why iCloud makes the Apple retail store experience a total mess
Apple's consumer cloud storage doesn't just make backing up your device inconvenient. It also makes for a very negative in-store experience.
Apple killing off web passwords? Safari trials WebAuthn logins on macOS
Safari could join Firefox, Chrome, and Edge support for Web Authentication.
Google kills off Allo to focus on Messages
Google has said it will bring all of Allo's best features to Messages, with the former to be killed off in March 2019.
Samsung busted faking Galaxy 'blur effect' with a DSLR photo
But now it's added in fine print that the photo is only for "illustrative purposes".