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Wednesday, May 30, 2018

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TECHNOLOGY

5G is coming — here’s what to expect, and when to expect it on your carrier

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www.digitaltrends.com - Mobile 5G, which is short for “fifth generation,” is about as nascent and nebulous a term as they come. The organization that governs cellular standards, 3GPP, released its first formal standard, Rel…

Government investigation finds federal agencies failing at cybersecurity basics

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techcrunch.com - The Office of Management and Budget reports that the federal government is a shambles — cybersecurity-wise, anyway. Finding little situational awareness, few standard processes for reporting or manag…

Tesla sedan in Autopilot mode collides with parked police vehicle in Laguna Beach

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techcrunch.com - A Tesla sedan running on Autopilot mode collided with a parked vehicle belonging to the Laguna Beach Police Department today. No one was in the police car and the Tesla driver had only minor injuries…

How a Pentagon Contract Became an Identity Crisis for Google

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www.nytimes.com - Last Thursday, Mr. Brin, the company’s co-founder, responded to a question at a companywide meeting about Google’s work on Maven. According to two Google employees, Mr. Brin said he understood the co…

6 Tools for Social Media Content Inspiration : Social Media Examiner

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www.socialmediaexaminer.com - Need more ideas to fill the gaps in your social media posting calendar? In this article, you’ll discover six tools and websites that will help keep your social media content interesting, timely, and …

Rediscovering Apple's 1987 Identity Guidelines

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arun.is - Identity guidelines and graphics standards manuals are documents used to define a brand. They describe details like which colors and typefaces to use on signage or how much space to leave between ele…

Nvidia launches colossal HGX-2 cloud server to power HPC and AI

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techcrunch.com - Nvida launched a monster box yesterday called the HGX-2, and it’s the stuff that geek dreams are made of. It’s a cloud server that is purported to be so powerful it combines high performance computin…

Oath hires NFL vet Natalie Ravitz as comms chief as it preps OTT video

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techcrunch.com - On the back of a big merger and rebranding under owner Verizon, and preparing to launch an OTT video strategy, the companies formerly known as Aol and Yahoo (which also owns TC), and now known as Oat…

Consumer Reports just reversed its stance on the Tesla Model 3, giving the car its endorsement

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techcrunch.com - It sometimes reads like a punishing love story, the relationship between Consumer Reports and electric car company Tesla . Consumer Reports withholds its affection, Tesla addresses its errant ways an…

DJI Mavic Air review

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techcrunch.com - The Mavic Air is a minor engineering marvel. The first time you set up DJI’s new drone it’s like trying to solve a puzzle box. You flip, you twist, you unfold. The metal joysticks are safely nestled …

Plex adds support for podcasts, debuts personalized mobile apps

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techcrunch.com - At CES in January, TechCrunch reported media software maker Plex was planning to expand its service with the addition of new media content, starting with podcasts. Today, it’s making good on that pro…

Durable speakers you can buy without overspending

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techcrunch.com - Editor’s note: This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter’s independently chosen editorial picks, Wirecutter and TechCrunch earn affiliate commissions. T…

Amazon will now directly pay top Alexa ‘kid’ skill developers in the U.K. and Germany

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techcrunch.com - Amazon is expanding its program that pays developers directly for their top-performing Alexa skills, by now offering these “developer rewards,” as they’re called, to those based in the U.K. and Germa…

Is Apple ready to take on Netflix?

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techcrunch.com - This super creepy Tom Waits number pops into my head every time I read about another Apple content acquisition. For a billion-dollar project from one of the world’s biggest companies, the company’s u…

Messenger Kids no longer requires the kids’ parents to be friends, too

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techcrunch.com - Facebook’s Messenger Kids application, which allows children under 13 to chat with parents’ approval, is today rolling out a small, but notable change – it no longer requires that the children’s pare…

Google brings its FilesGo Android device management app to China

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techcrunch.com - Google has continued its slow and steady China strategy after it launched Files Go, a files management service for Android devices. The app launched to global markets last year but today it landed in…

Alibaba Group leads $26.4M Series B in GPU database provider SQream

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techcrunch.com - SQream, the GPU database developer, will deepen its focus on China after raising a $26.4 million Series B led by Alibaba Group. The round also included investors Hanaco Venture Capital, Sistema.vc, W…

Get your Disrupt Berlin Innovator passes now before they’re gone

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techcrunch.com - Hey startup aficionados, do you want to experience all the excitement, innovation and opportunity that TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin 2018 has to offer? Of course, you do. The only question is, will you a…

Google is quietly formulating a new strategy for China

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techcrunch.com - Google is slowing piecing together a strategy for China to ensure that it doesn’t miss out on the growth of technology in the world’s largest country. It’s been months in the making through a series …

Skydio’s self-flying drone can now track down cars

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techcrunch.com - Skydio‘s first major update to their crazy cool self-flying drone fixes its 13 eyes on a new object to follow at high speeds: cars. The Bay Area startup has expanded following capabilities of its R1 …

Here Is What Jeff Bezos and Hospice Patients Say You Will Regret Most in Life

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www.inc.com - We all have regrets--opportunities we've missed and things we wish we'd done differently. What if we knew now what our biggest regrets would be and had the chance to avoid them? In a recent intervie…

We Happy Few hands-on: A solid, LSD-spiked Bioshock homage finally emerges

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arstechnica.com - SANTA MONICA, California—It took a few years, but We Happy Few is finally shaping up to play as well as it originally looked. The 3D adventure game has thus far taken a strange publicity route, as it…

Qualcomm launches a new chip specifically for standalone AR and VR devices

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arstechnica.com - Qualcomm on Tuesday announced the launch of a new chip explicitly designed for standalone augmented reality and virtual reality devices: the Snapdragon XR1. The chipmaking giant debuted the tech ahea…

MegaBots’ Eagle Prime was born to smash anything in its path

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arstechnica.com - On Sunday, MegaBots, a Hayward, California-based company (approximately 19 miles south of Oakland) that builds these robo-gladiators, held its second live event. It was an experiment of sorts. Instea…

How to “reverse-emulate” Super NES games on unmodified NES hardware

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arstechnica.com - Tom Murphy explains how he got a Super NES game running on an unmodified NES. Murphy breaks down this wizardry in a pair of detailed videos laying out his tinkering process. Though the NES hardware i…

Blockchain Mobile Operator that Wants to Set New Standard and Tokenize Telecom Industry

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themerkle.com - Founders of Miracle Tele—a Prague based mobile virtual network operator powered by Ethereum blockchain—believe that the conventional telecom service providers have long outlived themselves. Disclosur…

AI-Based Youtube Bitcoin Explainer Trained By Real BTC Guides Gets It All Wrong

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cointelegraph.com - An AI compilation published on Youtube Tuesday that used pre-existing Bitcoin (BTC) explainers to come up with its own “basic stage training” on Bitcoin has resulted in almost complete nonsense, Mash…

Overflow – Turn Your Designs into Playable User Flow Diagrams That Tell a Story | Webdesigner Depot

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www.webdesignerdepot.com - Designing the best user flow for your product is definitely not an easy task. It requires several iterations before getting it right. Creating and updating user flow diagrams has largely been conside…

7 essential tools for today's web designer

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www.creativebloq.com - Every web designer needs the right collection of tools in their creative arsenal to help create the site they want. Everyone has their favourites, but there are always new tools appearing that have s…

Your fingerprints are all over the screens you design

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uxdesign.cc - Who we are reflect on what we build. When you navigate a physical space, you are following the plan of the architects and urbanists who designed it in the first place. Of course how you navigate the …

How Apple, Facebook and Google are changing to comply with GDPR

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www.wired.co.uk - Europe's new data regime has arrived. From May 25, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is being enforced by regulators across the 28 countries. GDPR bolsters the protections of personal dat…

Weird Google bug? Android users baffled by search that lists personal text messages | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - Video: Google puts AI team's work to good use in Android P. A weird bug in the Google app on Android has left a lot of Google users scratching their heads. A user on Reddit found that typing in "the1…

Google Translate Trolls Flat-Earthers With Hilarious Joke

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www.inverse.com - Despite the abundance of scientific evidence suggesting otherwise, flat Earth theories tend to crop up just about everywhere: on social media, in sports, and from the mouths of celebrities — the latt…

SS7 routing-protocol breach of US cellular carrier exposed customer data

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arstechnica.com - The US Department of Homeland Security recently warned that malicious hackers may have targeted US phone users by exploiting a four-decades-old networking protocol used by cell phone providers around…

Pixel Experience: See what Treble can do for you

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androidcommunity.com - There are two ways to experience pure Android. First, there’s stock Android – or AOSP (Android Open Source Project) – which is basically Android without anything else, as pure an Android experience a…

Motorola One Power leaks: Lenovo going back to Motorola branding?

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androidcommunity.com - So it looks like the people over at Android Headlines got a juicy leak, as this is the first time you will be hearing of this new smartphone called the Motorola One Power. This leak is significant be…

Carrot now in beta for Android to sass up your weather

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androidcommunity.com - Finding out what the weather will be like today or any day you need to know is probably one of the most rudimentary things you can do on your smartphone. There is no excitement or no need for advance…

Pokemon Quest is the Pokemon game we don’t need

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androidcommunity.com - So we think it will not be an overstatement to say that Pokemon GO is the one Pokemon mobile game to rule them all. You can either look at just the epic scope of this augmented reality (AR) game by N…

OnePlus 6 water resistance revealed

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androidcommunity.com - The OnePlus 6 is still a favorite topic these days. Not all reports are favorable but we’re looking forward to every new information as such helps us in deciding whether to really recommend upgrading…

The Paradox of Innovating in Retention: The Unsexy Can Make You Sexy

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www.loyalty360.org - The key innovations in customer retention today are not necessarily bleeding-edge new strategies or technologies, but enhancements and well-imagined reinterpretations of classic marketing techniques:…

Google Releases Chrome 67 for Desktop - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - If this was an installed PWA, the title bar could be colorized to match the app. Google has released Chrome 67 on Windows, Mac, and Linux, adding better support for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). “The …

Google, Do No Evil, and How It Affects You. | Bruce Turkel

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bruceturkel.com - Two weeks ago, I wrote a blog post about Google manipulating their Artificial Voice (AI) voice recognition software. Specifically, the company added “ums” and “ahs” to their robot voices to make them…

April 2018 Update Rolling Out Even Faster than Expected - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - An astonishing new report from AdDuplex shows that the Windows 10 April 2018 Update has rolled out at a historically fast rate. What game is Microsoft playing here? “The April 2018 Update managed to …

Is Your Messaging App Spying on Your Personal Chats?

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www.adweek.com - The handling of consumer data has become a controversial topic in recent weeks. For many internet giants, consumer data is their core asset, except that rather than having to pay for it outright, it …

5 eCommerce Tips to Help You Compete With the Big Kids

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www.shoemoney.com - In a world where two internet giants own the entire eCommerce world, one lone entrepreneur seeks to steal the coveted “Piece of the Pie.” Many have failed, a handful have succeeded. It is up to you, …

HP Demonstrates How Diversity Is Good for Business With Cannes Initiative

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www.adweek.com - Over the past year and half, HP has been open about its commitment to diversifying its own workforce, as well as the workforces of agency and production house partners. Now, HP is sharing firsthand e…

Amazon Is Driving Around a Jurassic-Sized Box, and You Can Ask Alexa What's Inside

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www.adweek.com - The last time we noticed Amazon driving around a giant box, the mysterious delivery turned out to be a Nissan Versa. But this time, perhaps it’s something a bit more … carnivorous? In what appears to…

Apple, Google, and Amazon Already Play Huge Roles in Our Lives. According to Amy Webb, They're About to Get Even Bigger

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www.inc.com - You have lots of choices when it comes to the products in your life. Coffee or tea? Nike or Adidas? Apple or Samsung? Futurist (and Inc. magazine columnist) Amy Webb says the stakes of those decision…

Bing Ads rolls out In-Market Audiences to all US advertisers - Search Engine Land

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searchengineland.com - Bing Ads announced the availability of in-market audiences in the US on Tuesday, after piloting the audience targeting feature since last summer. In-market audiences are groups of users determined to…

Netflix Eyes Locke and Key Series Order After Hulu Passes - IGN

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www.ign.com - The move comes just months after Hulu passed on the series. After Hulu passed on a series based on Locke and Key, new reporting suggests Netflix may pick up the series. According to THR, Netflix is c…

Microsoft Passes Google in Market Value | National Review

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www.nationalreview.com - Skip to content Sections The Corner Bench Memos The Morning Jolt The G-File All Articles Authors Podcasts Photos Videos Podcasts Mad Dogs & Englishmen The Remnant The Editors Jaywalking Political Bea…

How To Make Money In Mobile Marketing

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internetmarketinginfos.com - Mobile marketing may be a great source of major or could prove to be very lucrative. These tips will tell you an inside look at the world of mobile marketing. Don’t ever text message customers for no…

Readalong: Reality is Broken, Ch 8 - Leveling Up in Life - Yu-kai Chou: Gamification & Behavioral Design

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yukaichou.com - This continues the Readalong by Erik van Mechelen of Jane McGonigal’s ‘Reality is Broken’ with insights from Yu-kai Chou’s Octalysis framework. For in-depth discussions of this book and others, join …

Amazing Iphone Tips And Tricks To Get The Most From Your Device

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laptopsandnotebook.com - Many people want to have an iphone and get the best deal out of it. There are quite a lot of questions. Which carrier is best for the most appropriate? What are the best and most used apps? Which mod…

Will privacy rights stymie AI?

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www.hpe.com - Business use of cognitive and artificial intelligence is expected to skyrocket in the coming years, with global spending on the technology reaching $19.1 billion in 2018, a 54.2 percent increase over…

GDPR vs. ePrivacy: The 3 differences you need to know

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www.techrepublic.com - After months of waiting, the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018, and user inboxes were flooded with emails alerting them of changes to company privacy pol…

Dealmaster: Get a 65-inch LG OLED TV and a $300 Dell gift card for $1,900

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Future Lighting





arstechnica.com - Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. Today's list is led by a leftover Memorial Day deal on LG's B7A OLED TVs, as Dell has dropped the…

For a no-notch iPhone X, Apple would need the help of its biggest competitor

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bgr.com - The iPhone X notch is a display design compromise we might have to live with for a few more years, as Apple figures out a way to create a true all-screen iPhone, a device whose display extends from c…

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