News Highlights: 10 technical things you should know today, January 14
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Facebook an increase in violent rhetoric followed. Signals Facebook prior to President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration included digital flyers promoting future protests, some calling for weapons or the insignia of militias or hate groups. Intel CEO resigns. VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger will assume his role and the number of signal downloads is skyrocketing. After WhatsApp said it was going to share more data with Facebook, the alternative messaging app shot to the top of app stores. GPS data showed the US Capitol crowd reached the building. The data, obtained by a hacker, showed rioters near President of the House Nancy Pelosi’s office, conference rooms and in the hallways. Dropbox fires staff….
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