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Apple is under scrutiny for squashing competitors on the App Store — again

Apple built its own screen-time management app. Then things got weird on the App Store. Apple reportedly isn’t all that enthused about apps that help users cut down on screen time — at least when they’re made by its competitors. The Cupertino, California-based company is under scrutiny yet again over allegations of anticompetitive practices. This time,

Recode Decode at TED: Good Food Institute founder Bruce Friedrich explains why finding alternatives to meat is so important

And the big meat companies are on board: “They wanna produce protein, and if they can do it more efficiently and make more money doing it, they’re happy to go in that direction.” On the latest episode of Recode Decode with Kara Swisher, Kara passed the mic to her executive producer Erica Anderson, who recently

Recode Decode at TED: Space environmentalist Moriba Jah wants to know how much “junk” is in Earth’s orbit

Plus: Why space will be a “trillion-dollar business.” On the latest episode of Recode Decode with Kara Swisher, Kara passed the mic to her executive producer Erica Anderson, who recently attended the 2019 TED Conference in Vancouver, Canada. On the new podcast, you’ll hear four interviews with TED Fellows, up-and-coming innovators in science and technology

Recode Decode at TED: Biologist Danielle N. Lee wants more “nerdy black and brown kids” in STEM

Also: What Lauren Hill can teach us about sexual conflict. On the latest episode of Recode Decode with Kara Swisher, Kara passed the mic to her executive producer Erica Anderson, who recently attended the 2019 TED Conference in Vancouver, Canada. On the new podcast, you’ll hear four interviews with TED Fellows, up-and-coming innovators in science

What the hell happened at The Markup? Part 1: Former editor-in-chief Julia Angwin on Recode Decode

Angwin was fired Monday evening, and most of her staff resigned in solidarity. “I have to brush up on my coup literature,” she joked. Last year, award-winning journalists Julia Angwin and Jeff Larson left ProPublica to start a data-driven media startup called The Markup. This week, the future of not-yet-launched The Markup appeared to be
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