DawentsIT: All Things in Technology news you need to know this Wednesday-
1.Some white-collar workers are secretly balancing two full-time jobs and earning up to $600,000.The WSJ found that some people are taking advantage of remote work by holding down two full-time jobs — and not telling either employer.
2.The Taliban is banned on Facebook, but not on Twitter or YouTube.Facebook told us it has a team dedicated to removing content supporting or praising the Taliban, while other platforms have taken a less hardline approach.
3.A new generation of leaders is transforming healthtech and digital healthcare.From an exec at Amazon Pharmacy to a director at Google Health and Fitbit Research.
4.A lead engineer at Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin has left to join Elon Musk’s SpaceX.The engineer was working on Blue Origin’s moon lander, and will be leaving after three years at the company — in a move that adds to the CEOs’ 15-year-feud.
5.It looks like Salesforce went after the same mega-acquisition as Zoom.A new SEC filing shows Zoom was competing against Salesforce when it acquired Five9, a cloud-based call-center software company.
6.Apple workers are taking to Twitter to address workplace misconduct.One engineer, who is on leave after publicly alleging sexism, said co-workers kept a scoreboard on how they could make her “life a living hell.”
7.Amazon is losing another high-profile exec.Amazon’s VP of grocery tech, product, and supply chain — and Jeff Bezos’ last “shadow” advisor — is leaving the company in a continuation of its biggest leadership shakeup to date.
8.Google’s Pixel 5a 5G delivers speedy performance and flagship cameras on a budget.The new phone is similar to last year’s but with a few key differences — including a bigger screen and less storage.
9.Fanatical Bitcoin investors are looking to take a larger role in politics.Following the government’s push for more stringent crypto tax rules, investors like Ashton Kutcher, Elon Musk, and Jack Dorsey are positioning themselves to get more involved in politics.
10.Rivian has positioned itself as the top contender to become the next Tesla.The electric-vehicle startup is preparing to roll out its first two cars, a truck and an SUV.
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