Techmeme
August 3, 2017, 2:20 PM

Top News

Deepa Seetharaman / Wall Street Journal:
Facebook to display “related articles” for popular stories, including ones flagged as false by fact checkers, to combat misinformation, after months of testing  —  Social-media giant will display related articles to limit the damage of false news without censoring posts
Joseph Cox / Motherboard:
Marcus Hutchins, who helped stop WannaCry's spread, detained by FBI after attending Def Con; friend says his location, condition, and charges are unknown  —  Marcus Hutchins, AKA MalwareTech, previously registered a specific domain included in the ransomware's code, which stopped the malware from spreading.
Steven Levy / Wired:
How Apple developed new Bluetooth Low Energy Audio tech to stream audio directly from iOS devices to hearing aids and cochlear implants  —  My conversation with Mathias Bahnmueller started as pretty much all my phone interviews do.  “Can you hear me?” he asked, and I replied affirmatively.

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