Now, Lady of the Lake is a TV show based on Laura Lippman’s bestseller of the same name, which was a New York Times bestseller once it came out in 2019. The official synopsis for the novel is described as follows: “In 1966, Baltimore is a city of secrets that everyone seems to know—everyone, that is, except Madeline “Maddie” Schwartz.
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COURT UPHOLDS MINNESOTA 'CLEAN CAR RULE' TIED TO CALIFORNIA
The Minnesota Court of Appeals this week upheld the state’s “Clean Car Rule,” which ties the state’s vehicle emission standards to California regulations, as judges accepted assurances that California’s planned phaseout of gasoline-powered cars won’t automatically apply in Minnesota.
US BLOCKS EXPORT LICENSE RENEWALS FOR CHINA'S HUAWEI
China’s government accused Washington of pursuing “technology hegemony,” as the United States has begun stepping up pressure on tech giant Huawei by blocking access to American suppliers.
EU OFFICIAL PUSHES MUSK FOR TWITTER'S PROGRESS ON NEW RULES
A top European Union official told Elon Musk that Twitter needs to make progress in preparing for a new law aimed at curbing hate speech, misinformation and other harmful content, adding pressure on the company to ensure it complies.
CANNES BREAKOUT 'CLOSE' TELLS OF INNOCENCE AND GRIEF
“Close” is a crushing story of grief told with grace by Belgian director Lukas Dhont. At its heart is a friendship, loving and deep, between two 13-year-old boys, Leo (Eden Dambrine) and Remi (Gustav De Waele), in the countryside.
DUTCH, JAPANESE JOIN US LIMITS ON CHIP TECH TO CHINA
Japan and the Netherlands have agreed to a deal with the U.S. to restrict China’s access to materials used to make advanced computer chips, a person familiar with the agreement told.
TECH INDUSTRY JOB CUTS COME RAPIDLY AND IN BIG NUMBERS
In just the past month there have been nearly 50,000 job cuts across the technology sector. Large and small tech companies went on a hiring spree in over the past several years due to a demand for their products, software and services surged with millions of people working remotely. However, even with all of the layoffs announced in recent weeks, most tech companies are still vastly larger than they were three years ago. Here’s a look at some of the companies that have announced layoffs so far.
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT SEEKS TESLA AUTOMATED DRIVING DOCUMENTS
The U.S. Justice Department has requested documents from Tesla related to its Autopilot and “Full Self-Driving” features, according to a regulatory filing.
BOEING BIDS FAREWELL TO AN ICON.DELIVERS LAST 747 JUMBO JET
Boeing bid farewell to an icon this week, delivering its final 747 jumbo jet as thousands of workers who helped build the planes over the past 55 years looked on.
GUNN'S NEW DC SLATE FEATURES SUPERMAN, SUPERGIRL AND BATMAN
New DC Studios bosses James Gunn and Peter Safran debuted their plans for a revamped and newly unified DC Universe of films and television series, including a new Superman film in 2025, a Wonder Woman prequel and a Batman movie that won’t star Robert Pattinson.
CHEATERS BEWARE: CHATGPT MAKER RELEASES AI DETECTION TOOL
The maker of ChatGPT is trying to curb its reputation as a freewheeling cheating machine with a new tool that can help teachers detect if a student or artificial intelligence wrote that homework.
Apple Search The efforts to replace and surpass the Google service
As Apple increasingly looks to find ways to boost its services revenue and encourage customers to move away from exploitative ad-backed platforms like Facebook, the firm is reportedly on the verge of announcing its own supercharged search engine to rival Google.
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\"I want other kids to have the same chance I did!\"
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Bombshell report claims Apple will allow third-party app stores in iOS 17
Apple might have to drastically open up the iPhone to comply with strict EU regulations.
How to customize the always-on display on your iPhone 14 Pro
If you don't like your iPhone's always-on display, you don't have to use it.
Forget the Touch Bar-Apple wants a MacBook with Touch Keys
Someday, Apple's MacBooks may have a keyboard made of tiny programmable displays.
MacBook butterfly keyboard settlement: File your claim by March 6
Apple is paying out $33 million to MacBook users over its faulty keyboards. Here's everything you need to know.
Why I'm thankful for Universal Control on my Mac and iPad
Universal Control is great and has opened up new ways to use the iPad and Mac.
How to color-code events in Apple Calendar
For historic reasons, calendar events can't be coded by category or any other element that would allow unique color display.
After a year in limbo, Apple quietly kills its controversial CSAM photo-scanning feature
Apple had plans to scan your iCloud photos for child sexual abuse material, but after several delays, the program is canceled.