Each Friday, we share a curated list of articles we found during the past week. Here’s the list of the new and interesting ones we found this week. If there’s an article you think we should read, let us know in the comments below.
How to launch a new business in a pandemic – Venture funding may be scarce right now, but it does exist—especially for ideas that meet the moment.
Meet the Big Tech critic behind Hey, Basecamp’s radical new email platform – DHH’s new email service launched this week. And he’s hoping we all join his cause against Big Tech’s privacy violations and speak with our wallets.
Google is messing with the address bar again—new experiment hides URL path – A new address-bar tweak in Chrome would show only the domain name instead of the page URL.
Intel will soon bake anti-malware defenses directly into its CPUs – Control-Flow Enforcement Technology represents a fundamental change in the way processors execute instructions. By adding it to their Tiger Lake architecture, Intel hopes this approach can thwart a technique called return-oriented programming and slow down hackers.
How to Build a Stronger Memory – Studies have shown that our ability to remember things goes down when we rely on devices like smartphones. Here are three challenging practices we can do to improve our memory.
This AI can guess your age from the sound of your voice – By detecting the age of customer service callers, one company aims to prioritize senior citizens and prevent fraud.
Amid pressure, Zoom will end-to-end encrypt all calls, free or paid – Bowing to critics, the popular video chat service will now offer E2EE if non-paying customers register an account.