On topic: Tech news to know now

Here’s what’s on the TGIF menu.

San Francisco startup Stitch Fix sees its shares retreat after spiking during their first day of trading. (CNBC)

That was quick: Amazon Key flaw could let rogue delivery people disable your camera. Amazon says it will issue a fix. (Wired)

Tech experts blast Trump administration’s extreme vetting plan, which involves using AI to screen those seeking entry into the United States. (Hill)

Silicon Valley’s Chinese backers under threat in Congress, with a new bill that would let U.S. scrutinize foreign minority stakes in companies. (Bloomberg)

Broadcom completes $5.5 billion acquisition of Brocade Communications Systems. (Reuters)

FCC votes to scale back Lifeline program that provides low-income people with a $9.25 monthly subsidy for phone and internet service. (Ars Technica)

Twitter confirms it’s testing a tweetstorm feature. (TechCrunch)

Robot by Boston Dynamics, the former Google robotics company, can now do backflips. (YouTube video)


Photo: Stitch Fix, the San Francisco clothes-subscription startup, went public Friday, Nov. 17, 2017. (Courtesy Stitch Fix)


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