Even Apple (AAPL) is acknowledging that the “iPads in education” fad is coming to an end — Quartz
These were the findings from a survey of high school students and teachers in a district in the US state of Maine on how effective iPads were for learning and teaching. Almost 90% of teachers and 74% of students preferred laptops over tablets, according to the Lewiston-Auburn Sun Journal.
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12 days ago
The Feds Will Soon Be Able to Legally Hack Almost Anyone | WIRED
Under a new set of rules, the FBI would have the authority to secretly use malware to hack into thousands or hundreds of thousands of computers that belong to innocent third parties and even crime victims. The unintended consequences could be staggering.
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13 days ago
Twitter Introduces Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Xbox One Apps for Live Streaming Video
Twitter today announced the launch of a new Twitter app for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Microsoft's Xbox One, which will allow anyone with these devices to consume the best of Twitter.

The free apps will feature all live streaming video available on Twitter (including live streams of 10 NFL Thursday Night Football games, as well as content from MLB Advanced Media, NBA, Pac 12 Networks, Campus Insiders, Cheddar and Bloomberg News), and other Twitter content such as top Tweets and top global Vines and Periscopes. Anyone with these devices, regardless of whether they have a Twitter account or a pay TV subscription, can enjoy this experience.
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13 days ago
Israeli Online Attack Service ‘vDOS’ Earned $600,000 in Two Years — Krebs on Security
From there, the source was able to exploit a more serious security hole in vDOS that allowed him to dump all of the service’s databases and configuration files, and to discover the true Internet address of four rented servers in Bulgaria (at Verdina.net) that are apparently being used to launch the attacks sold by vDOS. The DDoS-for-hire service is hidden behind DDoS protection firm Cloudflare, but its actual Internet address is 82.118.233.144.
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16 days ago
European court says linking to illegal content is copyright infringement
The EU requires that “every act of communication of a [copyrighted] work to the public has to be authorised by the copyright holder” (with a few exceptions). The case apparently turned on the issue of “communication to the public,” which is something of a legal conclusion rather than a factual inquiry. The bottom line appears to be, however, when a for-profit publisher links to infringing content with knowledge of its illegality that publisher will be held liable.
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17 days ago
Two critical bugs and more malicious apps make for a bad week for Android | Ars Technica
The vulnerabilities, which are similar in severity to the Stagefright family of bugs disclosed last year, have been fixed in updates Google began distributing Tuesday. A large percentage of Android phones, however, aren't eligible to receive the fixes. Even those that do qualify don't receive them immediately (the September updates are currently not available as over-the-air downloads for either of the Nexus 5X devices in my household). That gives attackers crude blueprints for exploiting vulnerabilities that remain unpatched on millions of devices.
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17 days ago
Apple Is Said to Be Rethinking Strategy on Self-Driving Cars - The New York Times
In a retrenchment of one of its most ambitious initiatives, Apple has shuttered parts of its self-driving car project and laid off dozens of employees, according to three people briefed on the move who were not allowed to speak about it publicly.
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17 days ago
A Busy Fall Kick-Off | Federal Communications Commission
I’ve circulated a proposal that would require pay-TV providers to offer to consumers a free app to access all the programming and features. Consumers will be able to use this app on the device of their choosing, whether that’s a streaming device, gaming console, or even your current smartTV.  This proposal would also enable integrated search across platforms and services, while protecting content and privacy.
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Three days after removing human editors, Facebook is already trending fake news - The Washington Post
Facebook chooses Trending topics with an algorithm that considers a combination of volume and momentum: Trending topics have a lot of original mentions, and those mentions are spiking. It’s using a similar process to sort search results for those individual topics. The featured article for each topic — the spot occupied by the bad Ending The Fed aggregation for Kelly — is supposed to be an “automatically selected original news story with an excerpt pulled directly from the top article itself,” according to Facebook’s own announcement about the new Trending process.
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17 days ago
Daring Fireball: AirPods Hands-On: 'They Stayed in My Ears and Sounded Awesome'
It’s true that the special pairing magic only works on Apple devices running the new OSes. But the AirPods can most certainly be used as regular old Bluetooth ear buds with an Android device or a Mac running a pre-Sierra OS or whatever. The pairing button is on the case, not the AirPods.
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17 days ago
What’s Really Missing From the New iPhone: Cutting-Edge Design - The New York Times
To the first: It’s not acute, but it is urgent. Despite a slowdown in growth, Apple is still by far the most profitable consumer electronics company in the world. Consumer satisfaction surveys show that customers love its products. And even if the tech cognoscenti no longer rave about Apple’s designs, there’s little sign that their griping has affected sales.
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17 days ago
BuzzFeed Regroups as Media Turns Video-Centric - The New York Times
Ms. Bell added, “What this underlines in a way is what everybody else is experiencing, which is that high-quality news can make money, but it’s a real struggle.”
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21 days ago
Warner Brothers reports own site as illegal - BBC News
Companies such as Vobile typically work on behalf of major film studios, reporting illegally uploaded copies of movies and television programmes.
Google's transparency report says Vobile has submitted more than 13 million links for removal.
It also reveals other potential mistakes - such as film studio Lionsgate reporting a copy of London Has Fallen found on the Microsoft download store.
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21 days ago
How Spy Tech Firms Let Governments See Everything on a Smartphone - The New York Times
“There’s no check on this,” said Bill Marczak, a senior fellow at the Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs. “Once NSO’s systems are sold, governments can essentially use them however they want. NSO can say they’re trying to make the world a safer place, but they are also making the world a more surveilled place.”
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24 days ago
Google will announce Pixel phones, 4K Chromecast, Google Home, Daydream VR viewer on October 4th
According to a reliable source, Google plans to hold a major event focusing on hardware October 4th. It will use the event to announce its new Pixel-branded smartphones Pixel and Pixel XL, a 4K Chromecast, fully detail Google Home, and reveal the company's in-house design for a Daydream VR viewer device (Google previously confirmed this was happening). Here is what we know.
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24 days ago
Ozzy Osbourne genome sequenced | Music | The Guardian
In the continuing quest to understand Ozzy Osbourne, scientists have finally unravelled the singer's most microscopic mystery: his genes. Following in the footsteps of mice and mammoths, Osbourne had his full genome sequenced and analysed by American researchers, who uncovered mutations related to addiction, metabolism, and Osbourne's Neanderthal ancestors.
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26 days ago
The story of how WoSign gave me an SSL certificate for GitHub.com | Schrauger.com
It was rather surreal when I realized I had actual valid SSL/TLS certificates for the primary GitHub domains. Https is supposed to prevent eavesdropping, yet with these keys, I could become a man-in-the-middle with ease.
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26 days ago
Broadband Investment:Not for the Faint of Heart | AT&T Public Policy Blog
Welcome to the broadband network business, Google Fiber. We’ll be watching your next move from our rear view mirror. Oh, and pardon our dust.
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26 days ago
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 units are exploding so much that the company might have halted sales because of it
It's been one week since a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 exploded and already we have a copycat performance. Not much is known about this particular incident at the time, though the belief, once again, is that the device was charged using third-party equipment.
26 days ago
Everyone Involved in This $1.8 Million Grumpy Cat Lawsuit Sucks Except for the Cat
However, Grenade allegedly went beyond that agreement and started selling Grumpy Cat Roasted Coffee. In addition, Grumpy Cat claims that Grenade failed to provide an accounting of sales and profits and failed to pay a percentage of Grumppuccino profits, as well as selling unauthorized Grumppuccino T-shirts.
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26 days ago
You can now actually rent Erlich’s Aviato car from HBO’s Silicon Valley | TechCrunch
For goofs, Turo is now renting out the car of Erlich Bachman, the pseudo-successful entrepreneur character whose one claim to fame prior to the events of the show is a decent exit for his startup Aviato. His Aviato-branded Ford Escape is now a real thing you can rent on Turo’s peer-to-peer car rental network, starting at $49 per day for this fine vintage 2006 automobile.
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26 days ago
Google Coder Analyzes a Billion Files to Find a Winner in Tabs vs Spaces Debate
But why? Space People will tell you that this is a no-brainer because spaces display the same across all hardware, text viewing software, and they’re flat out more visible than stupid tabs. Of course, Tab People might have a much different opinion about that.
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26 days ago
Samsung stops shipping Galaxy Note 7 after phones explode | Cult of Mac
In a statement to news outlets today, Samsung said it delayed shipments to do product-quality tests, however, local reports from South Korea reveal the company may be investigating whether the device is prone to spontaneously burst into flames.
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26 days ago
Troy Hunt: The Dropbox hack is real
And there you have it - the highlighted text is the password used to create the bcrypt hash to the left of it. Now this isn't "cracking" in the traditional sense because I'm not trying to guess what her password was, rather it's a confirmation that her record in Dropbox is the hash of her very strong, very unique never-used-anywhere-else password. There is no doubt whatsoever that the data breach contains legitimate Dropbox passwords, you simply can't fabricate this sort of thing. It confirms the statement from Dropbox themselves, but this is the kind of thing I always like to be sure of.
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26 days ago
After Steve Jobs stepped down as Apple CEO, he was still working on an Apple TV set - Recode
“He was really weak. Hearing nuances in speech was difficult. But he was really excited,” Mossberg said. “If you would have asked me five minutes after we hung up, I would have said he was going to reinvent the whole TV set. It would be Apple-esque, meaning it was high quality, and very easy to use. But he was thinking about more than hardware — that was clear, too.”
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26 days ago
GoPro Looks Beyond Cameras to Regain Footing After Troubled Year | Variety
GoPro plans to launch 32 short-form shows late this year and early in 2017. Some of the titles in production include the travel show “Beyond Places,” the music format “Off the Record,” and the family-themed “This Is Gonna Be Fun” and “Kids Save the World.” GoPro also teamed up with Real Madrid for a series on the legendary soccer club, and there’s one about New York motorcycle cops in training.
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26 days ago
Instagram FINALLY lets you zoom in on photos
Instagram notes that the feature is coming to iOS today. It uses a simple pinch gesture, as you would expect (although you have to hold the gesture or it snaps back). It works with video as well, and covers content on your feed, profiles and in Explore.
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26 days ago
Samsung unveils Gear S3 Classic and Gear S3 Frontier smartwatches | VentureBeat | Mobile | by Ken Yeung
Samsung has pulled out all the stops to make its newest smartwatch shine. It has a 1.3-inch super AMOLED full circular display with a 360×360 resolution (278 dpi) that supports a variety of watch faces, something the company said was the most downloaded category. The device also supports 16 million colors through its Always On display, compared to just 8 colors on its predecessor, the Gear S2. The Gear S3 comes equipped with a circular bezel that can be used to accept or reject phone calls or calendar notifications. Sensitivity on the display has been enhanced to work even if you’re using gloves.
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26 days ago
Ultra-slim Windows 10 notebooks, 13-inch convertible Chromebook, and first curved screen laptop launched by Acer | ZDNet
For gamers, Acer also launched what it says is the world's first laptop with a curved screen. The monster Predator 21 X is a notebook with a 21-inch curved display utilising eye-tracking technology. The Windows 10 machine features Intel's seventh generation processor, two of Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 GPUs, and five cooling fans.
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26 days ago
Hackers Stole Account Details for Over 60 Million Dropbox Users | Motherboard
Hackers have stolen over 60 million account details for online cloud storage platform Dropbox. Although the accounts were stolen during a previously disclosed breach, and Dropbox says it has already forced password resets, it was not known how many users had been affected, and only now is the true extent of the hack coming to light.
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26 days ago
Amazon Echo Now Lets You Control Your Sonos Speakers | WIRED
And then there’s Echo. Although there won’t be any Alexa ears built right into Sonos’s speaker—which would be an integration worth some genuine excitement—you can now control them via the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Amazon Tap. You can use voice commands to have Alexa tell you what’s playing, navigate tracks, and pause and play. That trick is not quite available yet, but it’s coming as a free Echo device update in 2017.
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28 days ago
Apple Faces Class Action Lawsuit Over Unresponsive iPhone 6 Touchscreens - Mac Rumors
Apple has long been aware of the defective iPhones. Yet, notwithstanding its longstanding knowledge of this design defect, Apple routinely has refused to repair the iPhones without charge when the defect manifests. Many other iPhone owners have communicated with Apple's employees and agents to request that Apple remedy and/or address the Touchscreen Defect and/or resultant damage at no expense. Apple has failed and/or refused to do so.
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28 days ago
Apple faces multibillion tax bill in EU ruling - FT.com
Apple will on Tuesday be hit with Europe’s largest tax penalty after Brussels ruled that the company received illegal state aid from Ireland.
The company will have to pay billions of euro in back taxes to Dublin as the European Commission moves to redraw the boundaries on aggressive tax avoidance by the world’s biggest corporations.
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28 days ago
Apple announces date for iPhone 7 unveiling - Business Insider
The event will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco at 10 a.m. Pacific.
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28 days ago
Apple Is Working on iPad Upgrades and Refreshed Mac Lineup - Bloomberg
Apple is holding an event on Sept. 7 in San Francisco. The keynote will focus on upgraded versions of the iPhone, a new Apple Watch with GPS tracking and new health features, and an iOS 10 software update for iPhones and iPads, according to people familiar with the matter. The new Macs are currently expected to be announced at a later date, the people said.
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28 days ago
Twitch Could Be a $20 Billion Dollar Company Inside Amazon – Backchannel
Outsiders, including many members of the press, struggled to understand how watching gamers game could be entertaining. So when Amazon snapped up the live-streaming site Twitch two years ago, the reaction was not all positive. Yet it turned out to be a key move for the ecommerce giant, placing it on strong footing as live streaming becomes commonplace both in and beyond the gaming world. Since then, gaming as a spectator sport has only continued to grow. This year, the number of people who regularly watch online gaming videos will likely exceed half a billion, according to the market research firm Newzoo.
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4 weeks ago
Spotify says it isn’t punishing artists who cut exclusive deals with Apple and Tidal - Recode
That accusation, sourced to anonymous sources in a Bloomberg report out today, is “unequivocally false,” says a Spotify rep.

That makes sense, since it would be bad for Spotify’s business if its users had a hard time finding music they wanted from the likes of Drake and Kanye West, who have brought new releases to Apple and Tidal before releasing it on Spotify.

Spotify wouldn’t comment on other charges, levied by sources in reports from Bloomberg and the New York Times, that Spotify wasn’t going to go out of its way to promote releases from acts that went to rivals first.
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4 weeks ago
Spotify Is Burying Musicians for Their Apple Deals - Bloomberg
Spotify has been retaliating against musicians who introduce new material exclusively on rival Apple Music by making their songs harder to find, according to people familiar with the strategy. Artists who have given Apple exclusive access to new music have been told they won’t be able to get their tracks on featured playlists once the songs become available on Spotify, said the people, who declined to be identified discussing the steps. Those artists have also found their songs buried in the search rankings of Spotify, the world’s largest music-streaming service, the people said. Spotify said it doesn’t alter search rankings.
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4 weeks ago
Search FYI: An Update to Trending | Facebook Newsroom
Our goal is to enable Trending for as many people as possible, which would be hard to do if we relied solely on summarizing topics by hand. A more algorithmically driven process allows us to scale Trending to cover more topics and make it available to more people globally over time. This is something we always hoped to do but we are making these changes sooner given the feedback we got from the Facebook community earlier this year.
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4 weeks ago
John Ellenby, Visionary Who Helped Create Early Laptop, Dies at 75 - The New York Times
NASA also used one as a backup navigational device in its space shuttle program. One was aboard the Challenger on the morning of Jan. 28, 1986, when a rocket-booster failure destroyed the craft shortly after liftoff from Cape Canaveral in Florida. The Compass, which had been attached to a dashboard with Velcro, was recovered from the debris and found to be still working.
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4 weeks ago
Relaxing Privacy Vow, WhatsApp Will Share Some Data With Facebook - The New York Times
WhatsApp said on Thursday that it would start disclosing the phone numbers and analytics data of its users to Facebook. It will be the first time the messaging service has connected users’ accounts to the social network to share data, as Facebook tries to coordinate information across its collection of businesses.
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4 weeks ago
This malware sold to governments could help them spy on iPhones, researchers say - The Washington Post
Spyware relying on three previously unknown, or “zero-day,” flaws in Apple’s iOS mobile operating system for years made it possible for governments to take over victims' phones by tricking them into clicking on a link in a text message, according to new reports from Lookout, a cybersecurity firm that looks for security holes in mobile products, and Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs.
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4 weeks ago
Legalist will fund your lawsuit if it thinks you have a winning shot - Business Insider
In a presentation at Y Combinator's Demo Day on Tuesday, Shang argued that litigation funding is poised to become an "explosive asset class." The startup has funded one lawsuit for $75,000 and expects a return of over $1 million once the case is over. That money will then be reinvested in other lawsuits, and the process will repeat itself.

"It's a niche field that you don't really think about," Shang said.
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4 weeks ago
Uber Loses at Least $1.2 Billion in First Half of 2016 - Bloomberg
In the first quarter of this year, Uber lost about $520 million before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, according to people familiar with the matter. In the second quarter the losses significantly exceeded $750 million, including a roughly $100 million shortfall in the U.S., those people said. That means Uber's losses in the first half of 2016 totaled at least $1.27 billion.
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4 weeks ago
A Design Defect Is Breaking a Ton of iPhone 6 Pluses | iFixit
“But the fact remains—compared to earlier iPhone models, the iPhone 6/6+ is kind of a ‘bendy’ phone. Its slim form factor and larger surface area subject the logic board within the phone to mechanical flexion pressure that no other iPhone has had to deal with,” Jessa explains in a detailed blog post. The iPhone 6 Plus—the wider of the two phones—appears to be especially susceptible to this kind of damage.

In both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, the Touch IC chips connect to the logic board via an array of itty-bitty solder balls—“like a plate resting on marbles,” Jessa explains. Over time, as the phone flexes or twists slightly during normal use, those solder balls crack and start to lose contact with the board.
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4 weeks ago
Google Allo's incognito chats have Snapchat-like expiring messages, private notifications, and encryption keys
Each incognito chat has a small timer on top next to the recipient's name and photo, with a blue indicator for the expiration time. That can be set to 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 30 seconds, 1 minute, 1 hour, 1 day, 1 week, or off.
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5 weeks ago
iPhone 6s Bests Samsung's New Galaxy Note 7 in App Speed Test - Mac Rumors
In the performance comparison in which the two phones simultaneously launched the same apps, Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 was thoroughly defeated by the iPhone 6s, despite the Note 7's cutting edge hardware and the fact that it's a year newer than Apple's latest iPhone.
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5 weeks ago
iPhone 6s Bests Samsung's New Galaxy Note 7 in App Speed Test - Mac Rumors
In the performance comparison in which the two phones simultaneously launched the same apps, Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 was thoroughly defeated by the iPhone 6s, despite the Note 7's cutting edge hardware and the fact that it's a year newer than Apple's latest iPhone.
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5 weeks ago
Massachusetts to tax ride-hailing apps, give the money to taxis | Reuters
The law levies a 20-cent fee in all, with 5 cents for taxis, 10 cents going to cities and towns and the final 5 cents designated for a state transportation fund.
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5 weeks ago
The Note 7 Still Delivers Embarrassing Real-World Performance
This is important to us because we are also enthusiasts, and we’ve seen reviews ignore, year after year, clear, delimited, replicable and often universal performance issues with Samsung phones, such as the infamous home button delay of the Galaxy Note 3, the always-delayed multi-tasking menu of the Galaxy Note 4, or the terrible memory management of the Galaxy Note 5 (which is still an issue on the Note 7, by the way). It’s important that we recognize that these issues exist so that consumers can make educated choices. We are putting this out there not to shame Samsung, or any particular media outlet, but so that people know that despite 6 years worth of releases, Samsung still has horrendous issues with software.
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5 weeks ago
Oracle is Funding a New Anti-Google Group
“Oracle is absolutely a contributor (one of many) to the Transparency Project. This is important information for the public to know. It is 100 percent public records and accurate,” said Ken Glueck, Senior Vice President of Oracle ORCL 0.44% .
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How the NSA snooped on encrypted Internet traffic for a decade | Ars Technica
BenignCertain's capabilities were tentatively revealed in this blog post from Thursday, and they were later confirmed to work on real-world PIX installations by three separate researchers. Before the confirmation came, Ars asked Cisco to investigate the exploit. The company declined, citing this policy for so-called end-of-life products. The exploit helps explain documents leaked by NSA contractor Edward Snowden and cited in a 2014 article that appeared in Der Spiegel. The article reported that the NSA had the ability to decrypt more than 1,000 VPN connections per hour.
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5 weeks ago
AT&T, Apple, Google to work on 'robocall' crackdown | Reuters
The strike force hopes to implement Caller ID verification standards to help block calls from spoofed phone numbers and consider a "Do Not Originate" list that would block spoofers from impersonating legitimate phone numbers from governments, banks or others.
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5 weeks ago
Chromium Blog: From Chrome Apps to the Web
As we continue our efforts to simplify Chrome, we believe it’s time to begin the evolution away from the Chrome apps platform. There are two types of Chrome apps: packaged apps and hosted apps. Today, approximately 1% of users on Windows, Mac and Linux actively use Chrome packaged apps, and most hosted apps are already implemented as regular web apps. We will be removing support for packaged and hosted apps from Chrome on Windows, Mac, and Linux over the next two years.
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5 weeks ago
How Trolls Are Ruining the Internet | TIME
And this little bit–these several thousand words–is like leaving bears a pan of baklava.
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5 weeks ago
HP Targets the DIY Crowd with New High-End Gaming Gear - Thurrott.com
The OMEN X Desktop will be available at select US retailers starting on October 16 and will start at $2,099.99. But real DIYers can purchase an empty OMEN X chassis for $599.99 starting tomorrow, August 17 from HP.com. HP will also directly sell a fully configurable version for $1,799 and up.
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5 weeks ago
Korea’s LG plans to make its own mobile chips — in Intel’s factories - Recode
The news, delivered in a single slide at a technical session at Intel’s developer forum in San Francisco, ended months of speculation that such a move was in the works.

LG, which often takes its cue from Samsung, is following its larger rival further into the chip business.
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5 weeks ago
Ford plans to have a fleet of fully autonomous cars operating in a ride-hail service by 2021 - Recode
Ford CEO Mark Fields announced that the company is working toward launching a fleet of commercial, level 4 (one level below a completely autonomous system, in which drivers don’t have to be engaged) vehicles in a ride-hail service by 2021.
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5 weeks ago
Linux bug leaves 1.4 billion Android users vulnerable to hijacking attacks | Ars Technica
As Ars reported last Wednesday, the flaw first appeared in version 3.6 of the Linux operating system kernel, which was introduced in 2012. In a blog post published Monday, Lookout researchers said that the Linux flaw appears to have been introduced into Android version 4.4 (aka KitKat) and remains present in all future versions, including the latest developer preview of Android Nougat. That tally is based on the Android install base as reported by statistics provider Statista, and it would mean that about 1.4 billion Android devices, or about 80 percent of users, are vulnerable.
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6 weeks ago
Official Google Blog: Meet Google Duo, a simple 1-to-1 video calling app for everyone
Today, we’re releasing Google Duo — a simple 1-to-1 video calling app available for Android and iOS. Duo takes the complexity out of video calling, so that you can be together in the moment wherever you are.
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