Adobe gives up on Figma, Apple Watch sales halted and hackers access millions of accounts TechCrunch | Makemetechie.com Summary
- The dispute is over the blood sensor monitor on the latest flagship Apple Watches; Apple is appealing the ITC’s ruling.Nikola founder sentenced: Trevor Milton, the disgraced founder and former CEO of electric truck startup Nikola, was sentenced on Monday to four years in prison for securities fraud..
- We also spotlight Nikola founder Trevor Milton’s securities fraud sentencing, Microsoft’s Copilot chatbot getting a music generation feature and Consumer Reports’ impression of Tesla’s Autopilot recall fix (spoiler: it’s not good).It’s a lot to get through, so we’ll hop to it..
- But first, a reminder to sign up here to receive WiR in your inbox every Saturday if you haven’t already done so.Hackers target Comcast: Comcast has confirmed that hackers exploiting a critical-rated security vulnerability accessed the sensitive information of almost 36 million Xfinity customers..
- Cooper under fire: In related news, hackers stole the sensitive personal information of over 14.6 million Mr. Cooper customers, Zack writes..
- Here are a few highlights from this week:Etsy layoffs: Etsy recently announced that it would lay off 11% of its workforce — which comes as no surprise to those closely following the e-commerce segment, Anna writes..
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