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Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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3D TV is officially dead as Sony and LG stop making sets

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www.fiercecable.com - Perhaps putting to rest a cautionary tale for the pay-TV industry about diving headlong into new display technologies, Sony and LG have announced that they will stop integrating 3D capabilities int...

How artificial intelligence can be corrupted to repress free speech

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www.engadget.com - In fact, in many countries, the internet, the very thing that was supposed to smash down the walls of authoritarianism like a sledgehammer of liberty, has been instead been co-opted by those very r...

Creative Content Marketing In A Boring Niche

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blog.thesocialms.com - The following is a guest post by Luisa Brenton.Luisa Brenton is a blogger. She was born in Italy, graduated from The St. Louis School of Milan and went to Chicago to pursue higher education at the ...

Google to bring Android apps to all Chromebooks starting this year - Android Community

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androidcommunity.com - When Google announced that they were testing out having Android apps on selected Chromebooks last year, this piqued a lot of interest among those considering getting that as their next computer. If...

Keep hackers out for life with VPN.asia, more than 90% off [DEALS] - Android Community

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androidcommunity.com - Need to beef up your network security? Enjoy military grade protection from hackers with a lifetime subscription to the top rated VPN.asia, offered at more than 90% off the retail price to readers ...

Comcast, AT&T, and ISP lobbyists are excited about Trump’s FCC chair

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arstechnica.com - Comcast, AT&T, and industry lobbyist groups representing ISPs are heapingpraise on Ajit Pai, who was appointed Federal Communications Commission chairman by President Donald Trump yesterday. Pai, a...

Court ruling stands: US has no right to seize data from world’s servers

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arstechnica.com - An evenly split federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that it won't revisit its July decision that allowed Microsoft to squash a US court warrant for e-mail stored on its servers in Dublin, Ireland. ...

Pokémon Go is finally available in South Korea

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techcrunch.com - Many may have stopped playing Pokémon Go, last year’s smash hit mobile game, but fans in Korea are just getting a taste of the action after it launched in their country today. That’s right, this su...

Driving the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV

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techcrunch.com - Driving the Chevrolet Bolt is a bit anticlimactic at first; it feels a lot like driving an ordinary car initially, albeit one with more pick-up than the average compact four-door can offer. It’s st...

Cisco snaps up AppDynamics for $3.7B right before its IPO

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techcrunch.com - Cisco said today that it would acquire AppDynamics, which helps larger corporations with application and performance management data, for a whopping $3.7 billion. And now, it would seem that AppDyn...

Target will launch its own mobile payments system this year

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techcrunch.com - Target’s Cartwheel application has grown to some27 million shoppers who have used it over the past three years following its debut to save over $600 million at checkout. Now, the retailer hints it ...

1939 Mercedes-Benz, hidden from the Nazis and smuggled out of Soviet Russia, sells for £5.4m

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www.telegraph.co.uk - A classic Mercedes-Benz built as Europe teetered on the edge of war has been auctioned in Arizona for $6.6m, roughly £5.4m. The one-off 540 K Special Roadster has been accurately restored and was t...

Senior Executive Went from 7 Hours/Day on Email to 50 Mins

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www.asianefficiency.com - There is no one way to handle your email – just as there is no one way to get fit, manage your finances or cook your Thanksgiving turkey. But there are terrible ways to do all three. And unless you...

Corporations are assembling far-reaching dossiers on you — and the FCC needs to stop them

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www.rawstory.com - When Yahoo! confirmed that it had experienced a massive online attack from hackers who stole personal information from more than 500 million people — including names, emails and phone numbers — it ...

Vertu launches Constellation, new luxury handmade smartphone - Android Community

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androidcommunity.com - There is still a market for luxury phones. We may never afford such but the likes of Vertu will continue to tease us and the rest of the rich and famous. We don’t know anyone who owns a Vertu phone...

OnePlus 3T Gunmetal to start shipping again by January 24 - Android Community

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androidcommunity.com - The past few years, OnePlus has managed to make a reputation for creating high-quality products with limited stocks and so the urgency to get one is pretty high. However it has also resulted in the...

3 Loyalty Trends That Will Make A Difference In 2017

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loyalty360.org - Building loyalty is paramount for brands looking to distinguish themselves and build a deeper relationship with their customer-base. Customers that feel like a particular brand understands them and...

SpareFoot.com: The World's Largest Marketplace for Self-Storage - Start-Ups.Co

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www.start-ups.co - Sparefoot is a simple and efficient solution for locating storage facilities, comparing prices, and booking storage units online. According to Mr. ‘Betts';Sparefoot is a simple and efficient soluti...

Conversion In A Box : Web Based Niche Marketing Tool - Start-Ups.Co

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www.start-ups.co - Start-Ups.Co really enjoyed interviewing the brilliant entrepreneur; Mr. ‘Mark La Fay'; Founder of the – USA start-up “Conversion In A Box”. Below, is the full interview that we have conducted : 1....

DealTrunk : Browser Extension To Display Best Deals From Online Retailers - Start-Ups.Co

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www.start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Amanda Wrzeszczynski”,Founder of the Pittsburgh, USA based start-up “DealTrunk” Below is the interview we conducted with her: 1. What is it exactly that you do ...

MediaNest : Manage Video Marketing Campaigns on Social Media - Start-Ups.Co

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www.start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Natasha Robinson”,Co-Founder & CMO at the California- USA based start-up “MediaNest” Below is the interview we conducted with her: 1. What is it exactly that y...

My Home Needs That : Search Engine Dedicated to Furniture and Homeware - Start-Ups.Co

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www.start-ups.co - We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Adam Pilling”, Foundert at the London – UK based start-up “MyHomeNeedsThat” Below is the interview we conducted with him: 1. What is it exactly that you do and ...

AbbeyPost : Brand-New Marketplace and Community - Start-Ups.Co

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www.start-ups.co - AbbeyPost is a brand-new marketplace and community designed exclusively for plus size women’s fashion! Shopping is an inherently social activity, but for over 100 million plus size women in the US,...

Mark Zuckerberg Says He Has No Plans to Run for President

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www.adweek.com - Mark Zuckerberg is unfriending the idea of running for president of the United States, at least for now. Today, Facebook's CEOwrote to BuzzFeed News explaining that he has no plans to run for polit...

Arnold Schwarzenegger drools over his dream car — and it's electric

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mashable.com - When you think of Arnold Schwarzenegger, the first thing that comes to mind isn't likely to be conservation. The former Terminator turned Governator turned Apprentice host is better known for his h...

8 innovations helping homeless populations around the world

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mashable.com - Homelessness is widespread and hard to solve, affecting more than 560,000 people in the U.S. and hundreds of millions around the world. It's a complex and intractable problem, with countless agenci...

Google's 'Pearl' is first VR film to be nominated for an Oscar

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mashable.com - If you still haven't dipped your toes into the world of virtual reality, the Academy Awards just gave everyone another reason to pay attention to the emerging format. Google's VR film Pearl has be...

Paid online influencer marketing is fully mainstream - Biznology

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www.biznology.com - Over New Year’s I attended Renaissance Weekend down in Charleston, South Carolina, to be among the world’s most innovative, accomplished, successful, and disruptive experts from across apanoply of ...

As attacks rise, we ask: how secure is your Hadoop installation?

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nakedsecurity.sophos.com - Last week, Fidelis Cybersecurity Threat Research reported multiple attacks on internet-facing Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) cluster installations worldwide. These attacks followed spikes in...

Propel Fuels Wins 2016 Clean Energy Awards for Innovation

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finance.yahoo.com - SACRAMENTO, CA--(Marketwired - January 24, 2017) - Propel Fuels, the leading retailer of low carbon fuels in California, has won the 2016 Clean Energy Awards for Best Clean Energy Technology Innova...

Want to see if the same search query is appearing in different ad groups?

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searchengineland.com - Having the same search query leading to different ad groups can be bad news. The data about that query isn’t all in one place, making it harder to see how it is performing. It also gets in the way ...

Hacker to Trump: Fix your security settings on Twitter

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money.cnn.com - According to a man who identifies himself online as WauchulaGhost, the president, vice president, and first lady are more vulnerable to hackers because of a basic Twitter security setting they're n...