‘Very Strange’ Corporate Structure Rules Out OpenAI IPO

Investors looking to cash in on an OpenAI IPO are in for a disappointment, with CEO Sam Altman saying the company’s structure rules it out for now.

US Has No National Cyber Director and the White House Is Silent About It

The US has yet to fill the role of National Cyber Director in the four months since Chris Inglis resigned, and it’s worrying some lawmakers.

Apple Buys AR Headset Startup Mira

Apple is all-in on its new AR headset, snapping up AR startup Mira and bringing on a number of its employees.

FDA Revokes J&J COVID Vaccine Authorization

The Food and Drug Administration has revoked Janssen Biotech’s (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine in the US market.

Reddit Is Laying Off Employees

Reddit is reportedly laying off employees as the company moves toward an IPO and faces a user revolt over its recent policies.

Google Workspace Now Supports Passkey Login

Google is taking one more step toward a passwordless future, rolling out passkey support in Google Workspace.

SEC Chair Gary Gensler: ‘We Don’t Need More Digital Currency’

In an interview with CNBC, chairman Gary Gensler didn’t mince any words about his take on the crypto market, saying, “we don’t need more digital currency.”

SEC Sues Coinbase, Accusing It of Operating As An ‘Unregistered Securities Exchange’

The SEC has filed suit against another crypto exchange, targeting Coinbase and accusing it of running an “unregistered securities exchange.”

CNET Clarifies AI Use, Says No Articles Will Be Written Entirely by AI

After an embarrassing foray into using AI to help produce articles and then going back and correcting many of them, CNET has clarified its AI policy.

Microsoft Agrees to $20 Million Settlement With FTC Over Kids’ Data on the Xbox

The Federal Trade Commission announced it has reached a settlement agreement with Microsoft for $20 million over how it handled kids’ data on the Xbox.