10 things about tech you need to know today, January 14

10 things about tech you need to know today, January 14

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Facebook followed a rise in violent rhetoric. Signals Facebook reported ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration included digital flyers promoting future protests, some of them featuring calls to arms or the badges of militias or hate groups. Intel CEO resigns. VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger will take office and signal downloads are skyrocketing. After WhatsApp announced that it would start sharing more data with Facebook, the alternative the messaging app was projected onto the top of app stores, with GPS data showing the crowd at the U.S. Capitol had entered the building deep. The data, acquired by a hacker, showed rioters near the office of Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, chambers of Congress and in the hallways. Dropbox is laying off staff….
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