DawentsIT: All Things Technology This Friday-

DawentsIT: All Things in Technology news you need to know this Friday-

DawentsIT: All Things Technology Today-DawentsIT: All Things Technology Today-

1.McDonald’s is testing automated drive-thrus that can recognize your voice.The new tech mostly gets orders right — but employees have to step in 20% of the time.
2.Bill Gates and Warren Buffett are building a $1 billion “next-generation” nuclear reactor in Wyoming.Plants such as this one are said to be safer, more eco-friendly, and less costly than traditional plants.
3.Tim Cook asked Apple employees to come back to the office three days a week.Starting in September, the CEO wants all employees primarily in-office — but will offer them two full weeks to work from home.
4.Jeff Bezos seems to be creating a massive Beverly Hills estate worth as much as $175 million.Bezos has been scooping up properties since 2020, creating a sprawling compound.
5.Tesla recalled nearly 8,000 vehicles over faulty seat belts.The recall covers certain Model 3 and Model Y Teslas.
6.Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield and Away’s Jen Rubio just had their first child together.They’re among over a dozen other leaders in the tech industry — including Miranda Kerr and Evan Spiegel — in relationships with powerful people.
7.What’s it really like to work with Jason Calacanis, Silicon Valley’s polarizing, Howard Stern-inspired angel investor? We spoke with 50 founders and VCs, who gave us an inside look into his world.
8.Facebook may finally moderate politicians’ speech on its platforms.The company has previously been hands-off on fact-checking political figures’ statements or moderating them for hate speech.
9.Photo-sharing app Poparazzi automatically follows all of its users’ phone contacts.Experts say it’s a privacy nightmare. The controversial growth strategy could have major consequences for user privacy and trust.
10.Ghost kitchens operators like Travis Kalanick’s CloudKitchens are expanding their business models.As competition heats up, the businesses are pivoting beyond the rent-a-space model — and some pioneers are opening as food hall-style spaces.

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