ALL THINGS TECHNOLOGY YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY-
1.Apple will soon let shoppers make purchases by holding their iPhones together. The company announced it’s launching a new payment feature, called Tap to Pay, later this year. The feature will let customers pay businesses by tapping their phones together.
2.Joe Rogan reportedly turned down a $100 million offer to move his podcast. The podcaster said he’s not leaving Spotify for Rumble, a right-leaning video site, saying “Spotify has hung in with me, inexplicably.”
3.Internal data suggests Amazon is a ways off from fixing its epidemic of workplace injuries. While Amazon’s most dangerous warehouse got a little safer last year, regulators and experts say it is failing to address the root cause of injuries: its relentless pace of work.
4.Samsung just unveiled its new phones. During its Galaxy Unpacked event yesterday, Samsung took the wraps off its latest line of phones, which includes the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and Galaxy S22 Ultra.
*The Galaxy S22 Ultra has the most significant upgrades of the bunch, with new camera features and an S Pen stylus, which was once exclusive to Samsung’s Galaxy Note series.
*We compared the $800 Samsung Galaxy S22 to the Apple iPhone 13 of the same price — and found that the Galaxy offers more premium features than the iPhone. See our full comparison here.
*The company also debuted its new Galaxy Tab S8 tablets, which are set to compete directly with Apple’s iPad Pros. Starting at $700, what sets the tablet apart is its S Pen stylus — iPad owners who want to use the Apple Pencil have to buy it separately.
5.Flashy crypto owners are becoming prime targets for violent crimes. As the cryptocurrency boom creates a new class of wealthy quasi-celebrities, criminals are seeing rich investors and techies as easy targets for robberies — and are turning to home invasions, kidnappings, torture, and even murder to steal their digital fortunes.
6.A husband and wife accused of conspiracy to launder $4.5 billion in bitcoin has left those closest to them questioning what they knew about the pair. Heather Morgan and Ilya Lichtenstein were arrested by the US Department of Justice, thrusting them into becoming an object of public fascination.
7.A new startup lets remote employees work from idyllic locations. Catering to travelers who can work from anywhere, short-term rental company Wander provides furnished homes with fancy desks, fast internet, and Teslas.
8.Grindr is ramping up privacy to protect LGTBQ athletes competing in the Beijing Olympics. The dating app has nixed the “explore” function for users in the Olympic Village to help shield athletes from discrimination.
9.Porsche proved that stopping to charge an EV won’t kill the great American road trip. Last month, the company drove one of its electric Taycans from LA to NYC — and only spent 2.5 hours charging up.
10.Laid-off Peloton employees crashed CEO Barry McCarthy’s first all-hands meeting. According to CNBC, a meeting that was meant to introduce the company’s new CEO was cut short when former employees started firing off angry comments about this week’s mass layoffs.
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