Peloton finally adds a pause button for its on-demand classes on its bikes

Peloton has announced that it’s finally added a pause button for its on-demand classes for its Bike and Bike Plus devices, allowing users to temporarily pause workouts in the middle of a class and then resume them. It’s a feature that bewilderingly hasn’t been available until today — and, technically, still isn’t even available on […]


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Controversial Bitcoin tax provision passes Congress with infrastructure bill

On Friday, Congress passed the $1.2 trillion infrastructure package, sending the legislation to President Joe Biden for his signature. But while the measure makes historic investments in roads and bridges, it also maintains a controversial new cryptocurrency tax reporting requirement that the Treasury Department could apply to miners. Biden’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act requires […]


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Apple will accept app updates during the holidays in a break from tradition

Apple will continue to accept App Store app submissions through the holidays, marking a shift from the company’s approach in the past. Typically, Apple doesn’t let developers make submissions through the App Store Connect portal for a few days around Christmas, meaning that they would have to rush to release apps or updates ahead of […]


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Google’s parent company briefly hits $2 trillion valuation

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, briefly hit a market cap of $2 trillion. The tech behemoth’s market cap is currently at a comfortable $1.98 trillion, but crept over the $2 trillion mark midday Monday, later closing out at $2,987.03 per share. Alphabet’s market cap has just about doubled from $1 trillion since January 2020. In the […]


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Robinhood says a hacker who tried to extort the company got access to data for 7 million customers

Trading platform Robinhood said Monday that personal information for more than 7 million customers was accessed during a data breach on November 3rd. The company said in a news release that it does not appear that Social Security numbers, bank account numbers, or debit card numbers were exposed, and no customers have had “financial loss” […]


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You’ll be able to pay for Amazon purchases with Venmo starting in 2022

If you want to buy anything on Amazon.com, you’ll generally need a credit or debit card — but in 2022, the online retailer will begin accepting Venmo as well. Venmo parent company PayPal announced the news (via GeekWire) during its Q3 earnings call on Monday. We’re pretty sure that’s the first third-party payments platform Amazon […]


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A pair of PS5 hacks could be the first steps towards jailbreaking Sony’s latest console

Hackers may have just made some big strides towards possibly jailbreaking the PlayStation 5 over the weekend, with the hacking group Fail0verflow claiming to have managed to obtain PS5 root keys allowing them to decrypt the console’s firmware. Additionally, Andy Nguyen (a security engineer at Google who’s better known under his handle, theflow0) managed to […]


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