The current conflict began the day of the riots in Washington, DC when a Jewish employee told co-workers: “stay safe homies, nazis are about.” Some colleagues took offense to the language, although neo-Nazi organizations were, in fact, present at the riots. One engineer responded: “This is untasteful conduct for workplace [in my opinion], people have the right to protest period.” … [Read more...] about GitHub still won’t explain if it fired someone for saying ‘Nazi,’ and employees are pissed
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This story is part of CES, where our editors will bring you the latest news and the hottest gadgets of the entirely virtual CES 2021. NextGenTV, aka ATSC 3.0, is continuing to roll out across the country. Free over-the-air 4K broadcasts are a thing of the present, at least in the 23 markets where it's currently available. And more stations are coming online soon. The goal is to have stations in 98 cities all over the country, including large metropolitan areas, to be live and broadcasting by the end of the year. … [Read more...] about Watch free 4K TV broadcasts with an antenna: NextGen TV comes to more cities in 2021
Disney isn't the only Hollywood giant leaning into streaming as a pandemic strategy for movies originally planned for the big screen. Last week, in a move that shocked many and outraged some, AT&T's WarnerMedia said all new movies from its Warner Bros. studio -- including Wonder Woman 1984, Dune and The Matrix 4 -- would be available to stream on its own streaming service HBO Max the same day flicks hit theaters, at no added cost to subscribers. … [Read more...] about Disney Plus to stream Pinocchio, Cruella, sequels to Enchanted, Sister Act — skipping theaters
A federal judge denied Apple Inc's bid to set aside or reduce a $502.8 million patent infringement verdict favoring VirnetX Holding Corp, and awarded interest and royalties that could boost Apple's total payout in two lawsuits above $1.1 billion. In a decision issued, U.S. District Judge Robert Schroeder in Tyler, Texas rejected Apple's request for a new trial and several other claims. These included that VirnetX's award should not exceed $113.7 million, and that jurors should have been told the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office had deemed VirnetX's claims "unpatentable." Jurors in October found that Apple infringed two VirnetX patents related to secure networks, known as virtual private networks, to which owners of various iPhones and iPads may connect. Schroeder also awarded royalties of 84 cents per unit for future infringements, mirroring the rate set by the jury. Apple had said future royalties should be zero, or else no more than 19 cents per unit. Apple and VirnetX did … [Read more...] about Apple fails to overturn VirnetX patent verdict, could owe over $1.1 billion