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October 10, 2022, 2:35 AM

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Joanna Stern / Wall Street Journal:
Some iPhone 14 users say the crash detection feature has triggered false alarms and called 911 during rollercoaster rides or after a phone drop while driving  —  Apple's crash detection for the iPhone 14 and new Apple Watch models can alert 911 and emergency contacts in the event of a collision.
Paul Alcorn / Tom's Hardware:
Intel confirms their proprietary UEFI code appears to have been leaked by a third party; the Alder Lake BIOS source code was leaked to 4chan and GitHub  —  Hack's perpetrator and origins remain unknown.  —  We recently broke the news that Intel's Alder Lake BIOS source code had been leaked …
Financial Times:
Experts paint a dire picture for China's semiconductor industry and AI development after the US announced new export controls on chips and chipmaking tech  —  Experts predict ‘tsunami of change’ for semiconductor industry as Washington wields tools tested on Huawei
Ernesto Van der Sar / TorrentFreak:
Simon Usborne / The Guardian:
How technology is helping the BBC's archive team digitize, catalog, and publish 23PB+ of content, which includes random clips that go viral on social media  —  For years the corporation has been digitising its vast reserve of content, turning up lost footage of everyone from General Eisenhower to Victoria Wood.
Kaitlyn Tiffany / The Atlantic:
GIF, once called “the file format of the internet generation”, is declining in use as young users say GIFs are “cringe” and MP4 videos make the format outdated  —  The internet's file format has been diagnosed as “cringe,” but there are other threats to its existence.
Anna Gross / Financial Times:
A look at the efforts to make technology and streaming companies pay telecom operators for the investment that the operators are making in their networks  —  Decade-long debate over infrastructure investment heats up in streaming era  —  On the morning of September 28 …
Melanie Walsh / Public Books:
A look at BookScan, a subscription service for book sales data, exclusive to publishing executives, and its open-access alternative Post45 Data Collective  —  Culture industries increasingly use our data to sell us their products.  It's time to use their data to study them.

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