DawentsIT: All Things in Technology news you need to know this Thursday-
1.The Boring Company wants a tunnel that will help SpaceX staff get to work easier.Elon Musk’s company reportedly wants to build a tunnel that would link South Padre Island to Boca Chica, where SpaceX’s Texas launch base is located.
2.Some OnlyFans creators are still exploring other platforms, despite the reversal of its porn ban.The past week has been a whirlwind for the platform’s sex workers, who feel “jerked around” by its ban (and then its subsequent reversal).
3.A leaked document shows how much money an Amazon recruiter is allowed to offer for some roles.We got rare insight into how much the corporation can offer job candidates — for higher-level roles, compensation packages can reach as high as $715,400. See how much other Amazon roles can pay.
4.California accused Activision of shredding documents related to its ongoing sexual harassment lawsuit.In a new filing Wednesday, the state expanded its complaint to include more charges against the “Call of Duty” maker — including an allegation that its HR department destroyed documents related to the investigation.
5.Warby Parker said smartphones are ruining our eyes — but that’s good for its business.The direct-to-consumer eyeglasses startup said in its IPO paperwork the market for glasses is growing because vision health is getting worse.
6.An “all female” NFT project was exposed as being founded by three men.Now they’re trying to give back to women. Advertised as the “first female avatar project of all time,” the project was revealed to have been founded by Russian men.Some buyers felt cheated, and now the group is trying to make it right.
7.Lucid said its first electric car easily beats Tesla’s range.In a range test, the Lucid Air drove 445 miles between Los Angeles and San Francisco — beating the Tesla Model S’s EPA range of 405 miles.
8.Waymo is now offering a Jaguar robotaxi to San Francisco ride-hailers.Google’s self-driving spin-off is letting users ride in an all-electric, self-driving Jaguar.
9.Snowflake is building a team to take on rivals like Databricks and Datadog.The $83 billion data company is hiring senior software engineers to build the “next generation” of data observability, alerting, and processing product.
10.AWS insiders worry its executive brain drain leaves a leadership vacuum that few can fill.Veteran exec Charlie Bell abruptly left this month — sources say he’s headed to arch rival Microsoft. Now, employees are worried Amazon Web Services is entering a new era — one where execs are leaving and no one is there to take their place.
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