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September 16, 2022, 9:25 PM

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Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
EVGA stops making video cards, citing conflicts with Nvidia and ending a partnership started in 1999; Nvidia's GeForce reportedly makes up 80% of EVGA's revenue  —  EVGA will continue selling current-gen GeForce cards until it runs out of stock.  —  Graphics card manufacturer eVGA …
Washington Post:
Uber's hacker, who claims to be 18 years old, says he hacked Uber for fun, using social engineering, might leak source code, and has access to its AWS account  —  The company said in a tweet it was “responding to a cybersecurity incident”  —  SAN FRANCISCO — Uber's computer systems …
Andrew J. Hawkins / The Verge:
Uber says there is “no evidence” the hacker accessed sensitive user info, like trip histories, during the breach and that all its products are now “operational”  —  Uber says there is “no evidence” that any of its users' private information was compromised in a breach of its internal computer systems.
New York Times:
Tim Hakki / Decrypt:
The White House releases a “comprehensive framework” for US crypto regulation, outlining various federal agencies' recommendations after six months of study  —  The White House's recommendations are built on six months of wide-ranging research across the digital asset sector.
Joe Schneider / Bloomberg:
A US federal appeals court upholds the Texas social media content moderation law, lifting an injunction that blocked it and remanding it back to the lower court  —  A federal appeals court upheld the validity of a Texas social-media law that companies like Twitter Inc. and Meta Platforms Inc …
Abner Li / 9to5Google:
Intel says the company plans to replace its Pentium and Celeron brands, debuted in 1993 and 1998, with Intel Processor, starting with notebooks in 2023  —  While there are more and more premium Chrome OS devices, the category very much excels at the cheaper end of the market.
Nico Grant / New York Times:
Leaked audio: YouTube will lower the barriers to entry for its partner program and bring ads to Shorts, paying creators 45% of ad money vs. 55% for YouTube ads  —  The video platform will let more creators earn payments and place ads in Shorts, its TikTok competitor, according to audio from an internal meeting.
Makena Kelly / The Verge:
Parler restructures as Parlement Technologies after raising a $16M Series B and acquires Dynascale to offer “uncancelable” cloud services for online businesses  —  On Friday, Parler announced that it was entering the internet infrastructure industry in order to provide new …

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