DawentsIT: All Things in Technology news you need to know this Wednesday:
1.A former AWS exec says the damage to her career was worth suing the company.Cindy Warner is one of six former employees who have filed lawsuits over claims of retaliation and bias. Why she says speaking up was the right choice.
2.This writer got to drive America’s first modern electric pickup, the Rivian R1T.While off-roading through the mountains of Colorado, he found that the outdoorsy pickup redefines what a truck can be.
3.Elon Musk thinks Peter Thiel is a “sociopath” — and Thiel sees him as a “fraud.”In a new biography about Thiel, author Max Chafkin reveals the ins and outs of the men’s complicated history, including a McLaren car wreck that shook Thiel.
4.Dropbox’s billionaire founder says the 40-hour office week is a thing of the past.Drew Houston said the pandemic has changed work forever, including because some workers will be able to escape their commute and gain more control over their schedule.
5.Amazon just unveiled its home robot.Named Astro, the robot has a periscope camera, microphone, and touchscreen, and can navigate your house to investigate security issues.
6.Satya Nadella said Microsoft’s attempt to buy TikTok was the “strangest thing” he’d ever worked on.Microsoft announced it was pursuing an acquisition after former President Trump ordered TikTok’s parent company to sell its US operations — but the government lost interest and the deal ultimately fell through.
7.Elon Musk has mocked the shape of Blue Origin’s rocket.Speaking at the Code Conference on Tuesday, the SpaceX founder said the New Shepard rocket “can be shorter” for suborbital flights, prompting laughs from the audience.
8.Nasdaq fell 2% as surging Treasury yields and inflation concerns drag Big Tech stocks lower.Shares of mega-cap tech stocks Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, and Microsoft fell more than 2% in Tuesday trades, while Apple was down just over 1%.
9.Scammers stole an alleged $1.5 million using Apple employees’ own devices.Over a period of two years, two tech-savvy swindlers found a way to use Apple’s employee-only handheld sales devices to steal thousands of dollars worth of gift cards.
10.A power shortage in China is threatening to roil an already strained supply chain.Power outages have forced several suppliers for companies like Apple and Tesla to suspend production, potentially further exacerbating the global supply-chain crisis.
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