The Switch: How to protect yourself from the global ransomware attack

What you need to know about bitcoin after the WannaCry ransomware attack; Lyft and Waymo just teamed up on self-driving cars, taking aim at a common enemy; Update your Windows systems now. Right now.; One of the most important lessons of the crippling ransomware crisis; Judge asks federal prosecutors to investigate Uber in trade secret case; A Twitter exec suggested Trump replace his press briefings with tweets. It didn’t go well.;
 
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How to protect yourself from the global ransomware attack
The WannaCry ransomware catastrophe, explained
What you need to know about bitcoin after the WannaCry ransomware attack
The price of bitcoin hit an all-time high in the hours before the attack.
 
Lyft and Waymo just teamed up on self-driving cars, taking aim at a common enemy
Lyft and Waymo to Collaborate on Self-Driving Cars
 
Update your Windows systems now. Right now.
Friday’s massive international cyberattack may give you the best reason to hit “update.”
 
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One of the most important lessons of the crippling ransomware crisis
It’s a teachable moment.
 
Judge asks federal prosecutors to investigate Uber in trade secret case
The possibility of an investigation adds to mounting issues facing the ride-hailing giant.
 
A Twitter exec suggested Trump replace his press briefings with tweets. It didn’t go well.
After a backlash, chief operating officer Anthony Noto reconsidered the idea hours later.
 
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