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Not 'Too Big To Fail': Why Facebook's Long Reign May Be Coming To An End

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www.zerohedge.com - Authored by Brittany Hunter via The Foundation for Economic Education, Sears and Blockbuster fell because neither was able to adapt and grow with its consumer base. Is Facebook making the same mistak…

Tim Berners-Lee Pushes For 'Contract' to Protect the Web

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www.pcmag.com - This story originally appeared on PCMag Can a contract save the internet from abuse? On Monday, the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, promoted the idea with his unveiling of the "Contr…

To Beat the Competition, Become the Most Convenient Option for Customers

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www.entrepreneur.com - Every customer will ask the question, how easy is it to do business with you? When you think about how every customer wants more convenience from a purchase, that they will pay more for a product or …

Two more associates of Roger Stone testify before Mueller grand jury

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Manuel Roig-Franzia and Manuel Roig-Franzia Feature reporter Email Bio Follow Rosalind S. Helderman Rosalind S. Helderman Reporter focusing on political enterprise stories and investigations Email…

FCC tells carriers they must adopt a system to detect scam robocalls by next year

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techcrunch.com - The U.S. Federal Communication Commission is calling on the telecom industry to help put an end to scam robocalls. On Monday, FCC chairman Ajit Pai sent letters to the heads of voice providers, inclu…

MacBook Air review

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techcrunch.com - For three years, the MacBook Air was conspicuously absent. The ultraportable never left Apple’s site, of course, but we finished keynote after keynote wondering why Apple continued to neglect one of …

Engineer.ai raises $29.5M Series A for its AI+Humans software building platform

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techcrunch.com - London and LA-based Engineer.ai launched in an invite-only manner two and a half years ago, bootstrapped by its founders. Its platform combines AI with crowdsourced teams of designers and developers …

China’s obsession with short videos has its internet giants worried

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techcrunch.com - Take a subway ride in China and expect to see a lot of commuters’ eyes glued to TikTok videos on their phones. Video clips like TikTok’s are now consuming nearly nine percent of Chinese people’s time…

The ultimate guide to gifting STEM toys: tons of ideas for little builders

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techcrunch.com - The holiday season is here again, touting all sorts of kids’ toys that pledge to pack ‘STEM smarts’ in the box, not just the usual battery-based fun. Educational playthings are nothing new, of course…

How to stream U.S. elections coverage if you don’t have TV

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techcrunch.com - You don’t need a TV to tune in to live coverage of the U.S. elections results today – and you don’t have to have Hulu or another live TV streaming service, either. Today, YouTube announced a list of …

Mac Mini review

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techcrunch.com - At last month’s Apple event, the Mac Mini was greeted like a returning hero. Maybe it was the over the top space advert or the fact that the company had packed the seats of the Brooklyn opera house f…

Tech Podcast: The Duchess of Silicon Valley - Marylene Delbourg-Delphis

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techblogwriter.co.uk - acne.org buy accutane online Marylene Delbourg-Delphis was one of the first European women to settle in Silicon Valley. She has affectionately been called the Duchess of Silicon Valley and is known a…

The Future of Content Marketing: It’s Not What You Think

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neilpatel.com - Have you heard the saying, “content is king?” Well, of course, you have. But creating more content won’t necessarily get you more search traffic. You’ve heard people like me mention stats like the av…

Was Amazon’s Headquarters Contest a Bait-and-Switch? Critics Say Yes

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www.nytimes.com - In a way, the two-headquarters story was too good to be true even when Amazon proclaimed it bluntly and at length. “Amazon HQ2 will be Amazon’s second headquarters in North America,” the company said…

Lenovo Yoga Book 2018 review: The keyless keyboard returns, now in E Ink

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arstechnica.com - Lenovo's quirky Yoga Book is back with some significant updates for 2018. The original Yoga Book was a unique hybrid of a tablet sporting a "halo" keyboard panel with no actual keys and a real paper …

AMD outlines its future: 7nm GPUs with PCIe 4, Zen 2, Zen 3, Zen 4

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arstechnica.com - AMD today charted out its plans for the next few years of product development, with an array of new CPUs and GPUs in the development pipeline. On the GPU front are two new datacenter-oriented GPUs: t…

AT&T steps up copyright enforcement, kicks customers off network

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arstechnica.com - AT&T is terminating the broadband service of more than a dozen customers who were accused multiple times of copyright infringement, according to a report by Axios today. "It's the first time AT&T has…

Choose a Project That Motivates You – The Ascent

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theascent.pub - Are you ready to start turning ideas into more results? I didn’t spend a single minute choosing a design, colors, or even a title to start writing on this blog. So I could focus immediately on the cr…

The revamping of AMP: Renew your commitment to mobile - Search Engine Land

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searchengineland.com - Google’s commitment to the mobile consumer user experience has proven unrelenting; today, brands that fail to prioritize mobile are missing out on multiple opportunities. Back in the summer of 2016, …

Amazon Starts Hiring Its Own Drivers for the Holiday Season

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gizmodo.com - As the latest part of Amazon’s campaign against UPS, FedEx, and USPS, the company has been staffing up its own internal shipping service, a spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider today. The job l…

Change Starts At The Top: How Leaders Can Foster A Culture Of Inclusion

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www.forbes.com - Organizational leaders play a critical and often underestimated role when it comes to fostering an inclusive and equitable workplace. No matter how many diversity training and inclusion programs are …

Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab S4 now available at T-Mobile

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androidcommunity.com - T-Mobile subscribers who are looking for a new mid-tier smartphone or premium tablet may be getting their Christmas wish early. The Galaxy A6 and the Galaxy Tab S4 are the two newest additions or opt…

olloclip brings Pro series and Intro series lenses to give users options

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androidcommunity.com - Mobile photography used to be just you pointing your phone at something then taking the shot. Now you have several apps and features on your smartphone that seem to turn it into a sort-of DSLR camera…

Nokia 9 image renders, 360-degree video present seven rings at the rear

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androidcommunity.com - HMD Global has already released several Nokia Android phones but one of those more interesting models is the Nokia 9. We’ve heard about it since April 2017 when it was said to feature an iris scanner…

MyWay—A New Way for Customers to Shop Online

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www.loyalty360.org - Wayfair, an online retailer of home goods, has announced the launch of MyWay, a membership program that makes shopping for home easier and more affordable. With an annual fee of $29.99, MyWay members…

Penn State study finding rural broadband speeds are even slower than suspected

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www2.philly.com - Pennsylvania State University researchers rounding the bend on a year-long study of broadband access in rural Pennsylvania are finding that speeds are even s. . . l. . . o. . . w. . .e. . .r. . . tha…

Here's how security engineers at Google have been protecting politicians during election season

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www.businessinsider.com - Two years ago, hackers aligned with the interests of the Russian government created chaos within Hillary Clinton's election campaign when they hacked and stole the emails of Clinton campaign chairman…

Facebook Mobile Messenger Marketing for Traffic, Leads & Sales

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www.attractionmarketingprofits.com - Facebook Messenger (otherwise called Messenger) is an instant messaging solution. The software program application was released in August 2011 by Facebook. Unlike a lot of SMS message applications, M…

8 expert predictions on what will define tech in 2019

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thenextweb.com - If you’re a tech junkie, you’ve inevitably thought about what it would be like to run into your future self, even just a year from now. What apps would be on your phone? How would your user experienc…

We tried the world’s first folding phone, and it actually works

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www.theverge.com - Samsung may be just days away from taking the wraps off its very own foldable smartphone-tablet hybrid, but consumer electronics company Royole has stolen a bit of its thunder with its very own flexi…

Egnyte is named a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Content Collaboration Platforms

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www.egnyte.com - The Egnyte team is excited to announce that we have been recognized as a 2018 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Content Collaboration Platforms. Everyone at Egnyte takes great pride in this…

43 Of The Best Damn Photos On The Internet This Afternoon

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brobible.com - Welcome! It’s my job to bring you the best funny memes of 2018 each day. Here at BroBible, I put out the ‘Best Damn Photos’ daily pic dump in the morning and afternoon, 52 weeks a year. This is your …

LG will deploy robots in South Korea store chain

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venturebeat.com - Need assistance with your groceries? In the future, a robot might extend you a helping hand — if LG has its way, that is. Today, the electronics giant announced a partnership with E-mart, a South Kor…

FCC pushes carriers to implement caller ID authentication by 2019

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www.engadget.com - Chairman Pai sent letters to 14 CEOs of voice providers this afternoon, asking those who have not established plans to implement call authentication to do so without delay or the FCC will take action…

NBN broadband speeds get tick of approval: ACCC

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www.cio.com.au - ISPs are performing well and delivering good results for fixed-line NBN customers, according to the latest speed test results outlined in the ACCC Measuring Broadband Australia (MBA) report. The repo…

Building a Network as an Introvert

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www.entrepreneur.com - I was so excited to film today’s episode of #MondayMotivation, because it meant I got to hang out with one of my favorite influencers (and friends), one of the most connected people on the planet, an…

Focusing on People and Culture Helped Turn the Company I Started at Age 14 Into a Global Business

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www.entrepreneur.com - When you start your own business, it is more often than not a case of learning on the job. Nobody gives you a training manual for how to best manage your teams, how to hire the right people or instil…

Building a virtuous circle of data-driven innovation

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www.cio.com - The days of launching products into the marketplace and incrementally improving them every few years with modifications and improvements to keep up with changing tastes and fashions is coming to an e…

Waymo robot car injures motorcyclist - but human driver at fault

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www.sfchronicle.com - A motorcyclist was injured in a collision with a Waymo self-driving car last month — but Waymo says the accident underscores the robot cars’ safety, as it was caused by the backup driver. The Oct. 19…

This Co-Founder Used Her Corporate Maternity Leave to Assess Her Career Goals -- Which Led Her to the Startup World

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www.entrepreneur.com - In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner MaRS Discovery Distrct talks with Eva Wong, co-founder and COO of fintech company Borrowell. Wong admits, from the outside, it doesn't seem she has the typ…

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