February 27, 2023, 6:10 PM

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Alex Heath / The Verge:
Joe Rossignol / MacRumors:
Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple has restarted work on an iPhone SE 4 with a 6.1" OLED screen and an Apple-designed 5G modem; Ross Young: China's BOE will supply the display  —  Apple has restarted development of a fourth-generation iPhone SE with a 6.1-inch OLED display and an Apple-designed 5G chip …
Derek Andersen / Cointelegraph:
Coinbase plans to suspend trading of the Binance USD stablecoin on March 13 for not meeting its listing standards; users will still be able to access their BUSD  —  The San Francisco-based cryptocurrency exchange referred to its “listing standards” in a tweet.  —  131 Total views  —  1 Total shares
Aisha Malik / TechCrunch:
Google announces new features for Android, ChromeOS, and Wear OS, including Fast Pair for Chromebooks, Google Keep shortcuts, and Wear OS accessibility modes  —  Google has announced a slew of new features for Android, Chromebook and Wear OS that are designed to improve connectivity, productivity and accessibility.
Ina Fried / Axios:
Meta is forming a team to get generative AI into its products, led by Ahmad Al-Dahle, who joined Meta in 2020 after 16 years at Apple and reports to Chris Cox  —  Meta is unifying its generative AI work across the company into a new product team tasked with more quickly integrating the latest technologies into its products.
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David Shepardson / Reuters:
White House gives federal agencies 30 days to ensure they do not have TikTok installed on government devices and adjust IT contracts with vendors accordingly  —  The White House on Monday gave government agencies 30 days to ensure they do not have Chinese-owned app TikTok on federal devices and systems.
Christopher Nardi / National Post:
Samantha Murphy Kelly / CNN:
Meta backs the NCMEC's Take It Down tool, letting minors anonymously attach a hash of intimate images or videos, to stop sextortion on Facebook and Instagram  —  Meta is taking steps to crack down on the spread of “revenge porn” images of teenagers on Facebook and Instagram.
Gavin Bonshor / AnandTech:
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D review: AMD's fastest gaming processor and an overall excellent chip, but it's ~$110 more than the impressive previous generation 7950X  —  Last year, AMD released its Ryzen 7 5800X3D to the market with 96 MB of L3 V-Cache.  The consumer implementation of AMD's …
Ben Sin / XDA Developers:
Hands-on with the Xiaomi Wireless AR Smart Glass Explorer Edition prototype, featuring two micro-OLED screens, three front-facing cameras, and weighing 126g  —  Xiaomi's AR Smart Glasses are a prototype not meant for commercial release right now, but the hardware feels more than ready
Hudson Lockett / Financial Times:
Umar Shakir / The Verge:
Tesla stops FSD beta installations in the US and Canada until a future OTA update addresses an NHTSA recall; current FSD users can keep using the software as is  —  Tesla is putting a hold on new installations of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta software in the US and Canada until a firmware update …

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